As hotel chains look for new ways to attract younger travelers, bathrobes have become one more way to add pizazz to an otherwise predictable stay.
The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority spends marketing dollars in its budget based on research gathered through 3,600 in-person interviews, 300 a month over 12 months.
The exhibitor list for this year’s National Association of Broadcasters Show may leave some scratching their heads.
A high-speed rail project long left for dead by critics may have new life, thanks to a key study, the arrival of the Trump administration and an unexpected wild card — the Las Vegas Raiders.
The money has begun rolling in for the Raiders’ planned stadium in Las Vegas with room-tax revenue specifically allocated to pay off stadium construction bonds running about 25 percent ahead of projections.
The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority’s top executive criticized a Review-Journal investigative reporter for seeking an interview at the personal residence of the organization’s chief financial officer.
The collective willingness of visionaries to take a risk and to turn left when everyone else wants to go right has made Las Vegas what it is today, a former Las Vegas mayor believes.
Executives with the Oakland Raiders are expected to be in Las Vegas on Thursday to provide new details to the Las Vegas Stadium Authority on the team’s plans to build its stadium near the Strip.
The Mandalay Bay Convention Center last year completed a $70 million expansion that added about 20 percent more space, bringing total square feet to 2.1 million, the equivalent of 35 football fields.
It’s starting to sink in to state, county and city leaders that the triumph of winning an NFL franchise represents an unprecedented challenge for Southern Nevada.