Hilton will begin rebranding the Mandarin Oriental hotel on the Las Vegas Strip as a Waldorf Astoria Friday, a transition for the 389-room, casino-less property that will lead to renovations and mark the debut of another luxury brand on the world-famous corridor.
State casino gaming win showed its first decline in six months in July on a tough comparison against last year, the Nevada Gaming Control Board reported Thursday.
The mounds of dirt piled at the Las Vegas Convention Center site and the truck traffic in and out provide a hint of whats to come as work begins on a $1.4 billion convention center expansion and renovation project.
The first nonstop flights by a U.S.-based air carrier from McCarran International Airport to Mexico were announced Tuesday by Frontier Airlines.
Triple-digit temperatures couldn’t keep tourists away from Las Vegas as a summertime surge helped propel McCarran International Airport to another single-month record for passenger traffic.
For MGM Resorts International Chairman and CEO Jim Murren, Friday was quite the New England homecoming.
This should be the week we get some answers to one of Southern Nevada’s biggest mysteries: Where will the thousands of people attending events at the new Las Vegas stadium park their cars?
Estimates indicate Southern Nevada annually collects tens of millions of dollars in room tax from state residents.
The aviation industry is growing, but historic dynamics to forecast where and how it will grow no longer apply because there are many new variables affecting it, an aviation expert said Monday.
Blake Scholl, who designed the aircraft and founded Boom in September 2014, said his airliner would be able to fly from Washington D.C. to London in 3½ hours instead of the more than seven hours it currently takes. San Francisco to Hawaii would take 2½ hours instead of five. Sydney, Australia, to Los Angeles could be completed in just under seven hours instead of just under 15.