A couple of years ago, finding free WiFi in Las Vegas was a challenge. Over the course of a few days at the end of August 2012, it seemed that matters have improved to some extent. While the casinos still want to keep people focused on
- The Aria casino has the best gaming floor coverage I found with a decent connection guaranteed wherever your find yourself losing money
- Bellagio's gaming floor appears to have some access, but it was a little patchy.
- The Cosmopolitan casino has free access which was certainly available around the bar close the gaming floor entrance on the Strip.
- Excalibur has no free WiFi in the casino itself, but on the first floor, krispykreme offers free access.
- There is access to Luxor's service towards the hotel check in desks on the gaming floor.
- Macy's in the Fashion Mall offers the 'Macysfreewifi'.
- The Apple Store in the Fashion Mall has a multitude of devices connected to the Internet to use, and users can connect to the free WiFi too.
- The Monte Carlo casino's gaming floor has access at various points, but the signal was never particularly strong.
- The Wynn seemed to have coverage across the gaming floor, but in the areas near the entrance from the Strip the signal was not very strong.
In the past, I have found some Starbucks and MacDonald's offer free WiFi, but this is not guaranteed and not something I had chance to check on this visit.
If you are down town, WiFi seems pretty much non-existent. However, people braving the streets outside the Fremont Street Experience will find a cafe with WiFi for its customers at Emergency Arts.
This list is, of course, liable to change and living some 5,000 miles east of Vegas, I cannot guarantee the current validity of the information. Nevertheless, if it is useful to at least one person it was worth posting.
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