What public transportation can I take near Mandarin Oriental, Las Vegas?

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Mandarin Oriental, Las Vegas is conveniently located in the middle of the modern CityCenter complex in the heart of the city. You’ll find that the complex was designed to be accessible by private car or public transportation. Public buses that are part of the CAT system travel the length of the Strip; the best for guests at the Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star Mandarin Oriental, Las Vegas are the 301 and the 302. Riding the bus requires exact fare of $2, or an all-day pass can be purchased for $7. Of course, the easiest way to navigate the Strip, where Mandarin Oriental, Las Vegas is tucked in the CityCenter complex at 3752 Las Vegas Blvd., isn’t public transportation — it’s by its infinite amount of taxis. But if you’re saving your cash for the casinos, you can also use the Deuce, a public bus that runs up and down the Strip 24/7. 

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