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Las Vegas, NV Event Planning

Key Highlights

Hotels 191
Total Sleeping Rooms 156,785
Committable Sleeping Rooms* 8,500
Committable Meeting Rooms* 298
Convention Center Space 3,200,000 Sq. Ft.
Largest Exhibit Space 4,200,000 Sq. Ft.
Largest Ballroom 908,496 Sq. Ft.
Average Hotel Room Rate USD $106
Average Daily Meal Cost USD $64
Average Weekly Car Rental USD $183
*Maximum for a single hotel

Las Vegas, NV Meeting Planning Overview

Welcome to Cvent's Las Vegas meeting planning guide – a Vegas city guide for meeting planners. If you are planning a meeting in Vegas, this Las Vegas event planning guide has all the right information for you. Over the years, the city has earned the distinction as one of the world's top meeting and convention centers by offering endless options. One of the world's top destinations for meetings and conventions, Las Vegas is home to three of the 10 largest convention centers in the U.S. Famously diverse Las Vegas event venues comprise more than 10.8 million square feet of meeting, event and trade show space. For these reasons and more, the city welcomes over 5.1 million of convention delegates annually.

Las Vegas makes it easy for all those delegates to arrive. McCarran International Airport, which is located right next to the Strip, is ranked among the 12 busiest airports in the world based on the amount of passenger activity, and is served by more than 30 air carriers. With over 900 flights arriving and departing daily, McCarran International Airport offers direct flights to more than 130 U.S. cities. Upon arrival, attendees are offered the choice of taking the Las Vegas Monorail, which connects most of the hotels Strip hotels and the Las Vegas Convention Center.

With over 140,000 hotel rooms, attendees are always close to their event venue, entertainment, shopping and everything they need for a great experience. Las Vegas event venues are top-notch, transporting your group to Venice, Paris or New York - all without leaving the Strip. Always a master at reinvention, Las Vegas' CityCenter features several ultra-modern, glass-and-steel hotels with more than 300,000 square feet of convention space. Hotel inventory at CityCenter currently comprises the Vdara, ARIA and Mandarin Oriental properties.

Looking to dazzle your attendees at an evening event? From the private Foundation Room to The Marquee Nightclub at The Cosmopolitan Las Vegas, one of the largest clubs in the world, Las Vegas is home to dozens of nightclubs, each with a distinct vibe. Vegas also has more celebrity chef restaurants per square mile than any other city and they are also within steps of top shows. From an intimate poolside mixer to a lavish banquet for 10,000 attendees, the city's meeting and convention center services and facilities will cater to your priorities with unmatched flexibility. The city's penchant for spectacle and surprise can make planning events and meetings in Las Vegas more fun and exciting than anywhere else in the world.

For those craving Old Vegas-style glitz, the downtown area and Fremont Street, with its iconic hotels, have been transformed into a hip destination with high-end facilities (at value prices). Downtown now offers a unique blend of vintage and ultra-modern. It is also home to Symphony Park, a 61-acre urban community including The Smith Center for the Performing Arts; the Mob Museum; and much more.

With all this wealth of development, it is still surprising (for those who encounter it) how natural Las Vegas can be. For example, the Springs Preserve is an oasis of desert fauna and flora right in the heart of the city, offering a perfect nature backdrop to events. Lake Las Vegas, about 20 minutes from the Strip, is a secluded lakeside community, complete with lavish golf courses and state-of-the-art meeting facilities in an Italian village setting.

Las Vegas also has a lot to offer for outdoor events. Lake Mead is perfect for watersports, while Mount Charleston offers skiing and snowboarding, and the Bootlegger Canyon is often used for the outdoor activities and product demonstrations.

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