Experts with the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority and researchers who study the hospitality industry say it’s too early to tell if there will be any long-term implications on visitation from Great Britain as a result of the Brexit vote.
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Stocks plunged in the U.S. and worldwide Friday after Britain voted to leave the European Union.
A new financing plan that reduces public funding for a $1.4 billion domed stadium from $700 million to $550 million received a lackluster response Thursday from the Southern Nevada Tourism Infrastructure Committee and the project’s developers.
When Mermaids shuts its doors, Fremont Street tourists will no longer have the chance to stumble upon a classic locale known for deep-fried Twinkies and Oreos.
Allegiant Air’s Summerlin headquarters was a happier place Wednesday after late Tuesday’s announcement that the airline’s management and the Teamsters union representing the airline’s pilots had reached a tentative contract agreement.
For the first time, Uber is partnering with a car dealership that will serve as a “greenlight hub,” where drivers for the ride-sharing service can get vehicle inspections, training and on-the-job support.
We should all continue to talk about what happened in Orlando. Our economy may depend on it.
Here are the best secrets and travel tips from theme park insiders that will help families save money, have a better experience or both.
Thousands of fliers enrolled in trusted traveler programs such as PreCheck aren’t getting the expedited screening they paid for because of clerical errors with their reservations.
Atlantic City’s once-struggling Tropicana casino seems to have found the key to success in the cutthroat casino market: keep pumping cash back into the property — and not just for things involving gambling.
A Reno restaurant has found itself at odds with a Las Vegas casino over its name, which the casino’s attorneys say constitutes trademark infringement.
It’s an organization with its hands in just about every economic-redevelopment cookie jar across the state — area chambers of commerce, trade associations and local governments — yet in the words of its own president and CEO, the organization has been “flying under the radar.”
The Rattler, a more than 360-foot long green and pink water slide at Wet N’ Wild, was recently ranked by the Travel Channel as being an “insane” water ride, along with six others across the country.
Here are 18 hidden expenses you could encounter on a Hawaii vacation and, more importantly, possible ways to avoid or lower them. Read on to see how to take the nightmare out of paradise.
State gaming regulators gave approval Thursday to a proposal from long-time gaming veteran Vic Salerno that is expected to lead to the return of daily fantasy sports betting in Nevada as early as August.
Online travel booker Travelocity.com this week grouped Las Vegas with Nashville, Tennessee, and Houston as sites American travelers like for July Fourth pyrotechnics, based on a national survey.
Robin Leach, pioneering entertainment journalist and part of the Las Vegas social fabric since 1999, is joining the Las Vegas Review-Journal to expand its Niche division, publisher Craig Moon announced.
Fabletics, an activewear brand co-founded by actress Kate Hudson, is coming to Downtown Summerlin.
Las Vegas’ newest Sephora store opens June 24 at Fashion Show Mall, a 5,300-square foot primping emporium showcasing more than 13,000 powders, potions, perfumes and other style and grooming products.
Walt Disney Co. has had more than 240 “nuisance” alligators captured and killed over the last 10 years at its Florida theme park property, according to state records.
The Southern Nevada economy will get a job boost with the opening of the Faraday Future $1 billion auto plant at the Apex Industrial Park in North LasVegas. The Chinese-backed Faraday will employ 4,500 people and about 3,000 construction jobs will be created and 9,500 indirect jobs.
The Southern Nevada economy will strengthen the rest of the year and into 2017 and even surpass the national economy, which continues to be a concern and poses a risk, according to a report released Thursday by a UNLV economics professor.
The Lucky Dragon near the north end of the Strip announced Thursday it will be hiring for 800 positions opening later this year.
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