With Fourth of July falling on a Saturday this year, some valley officials are expecting travel to the Las Vegas Valley to compete with the biggest events and holidays of the summer.
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The oldest of the pedestrian bridges that crisscross the Las Vegas Strip will be overhauled in a $26 million upgrade that will be paid for by the people who use them most — Las Vegas tourists.
Las Vegas visitor totals in May increased almost 5 percent with special events making the month a record for tourist volume
Planning is underway for a new road and other improvements aimed at easing congestion at Red Rock, which gets more than 1 million visitors each year.
Gov. Brian Sandoval and NV Energy officials held a news conference Tuesday to announce an initiative to install electric-charging stations in key rural communities along U.S. 95 corridor between Las Vegas and Northern Nevada.
Nevada’s slightly higher gasoline prices aren’t likely to stall Fourth of July holiday travel plans — even as the state ranks fourth highest among U.S. gasoline prices, AAA said on Tuesday.
The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority board of directors has approved a $10 million contract with Las Vegas Events, the organization that coordinates special events that draw hundreds of thousands of visitors to Southern Nevada.
The retired CEO of Caesar’s Pocono Resorts built an empire on reasonably priced lust, kitsch and relentless marketing.
Engineer Bill Flangas proposed an underground train from McCarran International Airport and along the Las Vegas Strip — in 1974.
A strong convention calendar translated into the best April for visitation ever recorded, the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority reported Friday. The convention authority said 3.5 million visitors were in Southern Nevada in April, a 2.4 percent increase over the same month a year ago, the largest monthly percentage increase of the year.
Most of the nation’s airlines are showing a renewed confidence in Las Vegas as a revenue-generating destination, adding seats to the market and boosting passenger visitation to McCarran International Airport in April.
With a three-day Memorial Day weekend on the horizon and a growing national economy, Las Vegas officials are expecting travel to the Las Vegas Valley to compete with the Mayweather-Pacquiao fight and New Year’s for the biggest event of 2015 so far.
The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority board of directors zipped through approval of a $228.1 million budget in a special meeting on Thursday.
PBR (Professional Bull Riders), the bull riding organization based in Pueblo, Colo., is pushing the marketing envelope for this weekend’s Last Cowboy Standing event in Las Vegas by giving it a spring-break theme in hopes of driving new and young fans to the sport.
Tourism is booming, the population is growing and the economy is heating up — a combination of factors that eventually led to Great Recession in 2007 and 2008. But a panel of forecasting experts speaking at an event heralding the publication of the 35th edition of “Las Vegas Perspective” on Tuesday say the conditions are different now than they were seven years ago.
Repeating a popular marketing campaign that drew millions of visitors to the city in 2014, the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority previewed its $16 million summer campaign that will include a series of humorous television advertisements juxtaposing the Christmas season with visiting Southern Nevada.
The Society of American Travel Writers will return to Las Vegas later this year for the organization’s 60th anniversary convention, it was announced Thursday. The Downtown Grand will be the host hotel for the event.
For a boxing match hyped as the “fight of the century,” there sure are a lot of available tickets out there. Here’s where you can find over 1,000 tickets as of Thursday night for Saturday’s showdown between Mayweather and Pacquiao.
Rates for the cheapest rooms at MGM Grand, the host hotel for Saturday’s so-called fight of the century boxing match between Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Manny Pacquaio , plummeted Thursday when the room cost fell to $499 a night from more than $1,500 for Friday and Saturday nights, according to Vegas.com .
By all accounts, March was a terrific month for tourism in Las Vegas. In fact, it was the second-best March ever. Yet visitation was down 1.7 percent to 3.6 million people last month.
The Riviera hotel casino closes it’s doors on May 4, 2015. If you can’t be there, then take a virtual walk through this classic Las Vegas property.
Key employees at swanky nightclubs in casino resorts in Nevada would be required to register with state gambling regulators under a bill designed to prevent unsavory workers from club-hopping and taking trouble with them.
Passenger volume at McCarran International Airport continued its moderate climb, domestically and internationally, in March with 3.9 million customers passing through the gates of the Las Vegas airport.
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