The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority may get some professional real estate help acquiring land south of the Convention Center in its bid to transform the campus into the Las Vegas Global Business District.
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Nestled in a world within CityCenter, the Mandarin Oriental’s spa gives off ancient Asian vibes designed to relax and transport.
The trade show for putting on trade shows is headed to Las Vegas. EXHIBITOR2014 is being held March 16-20 at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center and will feature a conference and expo for industry only. Show management is expecting about 6,000 attendees and 275 exhibiting companies.
The Las Vegas Convention Center will be transformed into a merchandise marketplace Sunday. Picture it filled with rows and rows of candy, sunglasses and light-up T-shirts, grouped together with costume jewelry, martial arts supplies and Halloween decorations.
MGM Resorts International and Pinnacle Entertainment announced a partnership Thursday between the casino companies’ customer loyalty programs. The marketing relationship allows the casino operators to offer rewards and provide access to gaming and entertainment in areas where they don’t have properties.
This weekend promises to be Big.
Nothing is simple when it comes to Caesars Entertainment Corp. Take last week’s announcement that the company is selling four casinos to its Caesars Growth Partners subsidiary for $2.2 billion.
For five days, CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2014 invaded every square inch of the Las Vegas Convention Center on Paradise Road. Produced by the Association of Equipment Manufacturing, the show estimated it attracted about 125,000 attendees who created an estimated nongaming economic impact of $157.3 million for the city, according to the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority.
Local exhibitors are having a strong week at CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2014, the construction industry trade show that is consuming 2.5 million square feet at the Las Vegas Convention Center.
Everything’s bigger here. Through Saturday, CONEXPO-CON/AGG takes up 2.5 million square feet, or every available inch of the Las Vegas Convention Center. Produced by the Association of Equipment Manufacturing, the show is expecting about 125,000 attendees who will create an estimated nongaming economic impact of $157.3 million to the city, according to the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority.
The ultimate buffet of big-time sports events is being served up this month as Las Vegas welcomes 3.54 million fans for everything from NASCAR races and Major League Baseball games to a high-profile boxing card and no less than four college basketball conference tournaments.
Research shows flights are at their cheapest exactly 54 days in advance. That and 10 other tips can help you save big bucks on your next vacation.
October visitation at Lake Mead National Recreation Area in 2013 came in 43 percent below at 267,253 visitors, according to a new report released by the National Park Service showing the effects of the 16-day government shutdown last year.
Travel leaders everywhere are rejoicing.
Thousands of workers, most wearing T-shirts and jeans or cargo pants, helped put together the largest domestic trade show, CONXEXPO-CON/AGG 2014 in Las Vegas. Together it will take crews 29 days to create an experience for the construction industries.
Las Vegas visitation soared in January, with an 8.2 percent increase over 2013. According to the monthly Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority count, 3.39 million people came to the city, up from the 3.13 million who came in January 2013.
In celebration of the 50th anniversary of The Beatles performing in Las Vegas, the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority is looking for locals who have a great story about when Beatlemania swept through Las Vegas.
More than 100 undeniably bright people tossed around ideas Tuesday when asked “What do we want Las Vegas to be?” One suggestion: Emulate Orlando.
International outbound travel by U.S. citizens was up 1 percent in 2013.
The Great Las Vegas Arena Race featured a scene Monday rarely seen: Rick Arpin and Port Telles sitting side by side on a sports venue policy panel, representing the two front-running arena proposals in Las Vegas.
Occasionally, a restaurant chain such as Papa John’s or Panda Express comes calling for space to sell its food at the Thomas &Mack Center.
Allegiant Air’s Las Vegas-based parent, which has grown from nothing to $1 billion in revenue since 1999 by connecting small and midsized towns with major vacation spots, offered a peek at this intriguing sidelight in its fourth-quarter report.
Apparently, a widely publicized shooting in the heart of a tourist area can’t hold Las Vegas down. A year ago, a shooting and a fiery crash at Flamingo Road and the Strip killed three people, starting talk that tourism would plummet.