Bus San Diego to Las Vegas: Trip Overview
Trip Reviews for San Diego - Las Vegas
User reviews from travelers who booked a bus ticket from San Diego to Las Vegas
Ratings and Reviews (17)
Very comfortable ride. Bus had power outlets and semi reclining, very nice seats Staff was helpful and courteous. Bus departed and arrived on time. Pricing was excellent.
Bus was three hours late but the staff was very good
The delays were an abomination, don't know how greyhound still in business.
I was a bit sceptical when I read reviews about predominantly informed during the journey in Spanish but this simply isn't the case. The staff and driver was very helpful and spoke excellent English. The bus was clean and modern and best of all it wasnt full so that you can spread out a bit. I would use Tufesa again.
My daughter was stuck in San Bernardino unable to get on her connecting bus to Las Vegas for more than 5 hours because her bus was over booked. This is totally UNACCEPTABLE and we are demanding a refund! We will NEVER use Greyhound again.
If they don't fix the bus why they drive us and stop in the road which is very bad for elderly
It's a little uncomfortable for trips long .. the seats have a few foams
All bus drivers should use microphone for their announcement. We could not hear her announcement.
Very bad customer service
The bus service was good, I managed ti get get where I wanted to in a timely manner. My only real issue is the lack of knowing which bus is which. I nearly missed my bus many times trying to sort out the buses
From San Bernardino To Vegas was terrible beacuse the toilet smells disgusting.
Air conditioning always too strong. It was too cold.
The power outlets and WiFi weren't working.
Driver on board is not polite with passengers. Otherwise all other staff is good enough
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Stations & Stops
For a bus leaving from San Diego, the trip starts at Greyhound Station, San Ysidro McDonald's, Downtown Holiday Inn, Balboa Park, Horton Plaza, Market St. & Park Blvd, Mission Valley Sheraton, Old Town Courtyard Marriot, Old Town San Diego or Pacific Hwy.
In Las Vegas, your bus travel ends at Greyhound Station, Tufesa Station S MLK Bd, Harrahs Casino, California Casino, South Strip Transfer Terminal, 1st St, Ballys Hotel, Caesar's Palace, Excalibur Hotel or Golden Nugget.
Information on this bus route
|Earliest and Latest Bus Departures||5:45 AM - 10:15 PM|
|Average Ticket Price||$40|
|Minimum Trip Duration|
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|Bus Companies on This Route||Tufesa, Greyhound US|
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Bus Travel Tips
Make friends with the driver. They usually know a lot about your destination and may even recommend which side of the bus to sit on to get the best views on the road between San Diego and Las Vegas!
Start sightseeing the minute your bus leaves the station. If you're on the night bus from San Diego to Las Vegas, get comfy and count the stars.
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