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A series of renovations and new group offerings at the Harrah's and Harveys help pave the way for Lake Tahoe’s South Shore to amp up its meetings game.
“Our coworking pop-up taps into a growing trend of creating collaborative workspaces that can be used on a temporary basis in addition to traditional offices."
“We wanted to engage the curious class, the savvy guests who are sophisticated experience seekers and are looking for the next best thing—a truly original experience.”
Amid all that glitters, Las Vegas has a soft side that abounds in cultural and historic experiences for groups who know where to look.
“While there are nightlife options that can be rented for groups that overlook the Strip, the Vortex is the only space dedicated solely for meetings and events that offers this fantastic view and experience.”
“Teambuilding success is when your team can accomplish something bigger and work more effectively than if they were working individually, and the function of a pit crew is exactly that.”
Even with competition from other gaming towns, Vegas is still the No. 1 destination for business meetings.
The most recent hotel upgrade includes the addition of PRESS, an indoor/outdoor bar within the hotel lobby and a $30 million upgrade to the hotel guestrooms.
Reno Sparks Convention Center expanded its facilties with the addition of Reno Tahoe Studios, a 3-piece sound stage and movie set.
A completely new food experience is coming to Las Vegas, and it involves patios, a park-side hamburger shack and chocolate, among—in true Vegas fashion—about a million other things.
Michael Dominguez, senior VP of sales at MGM Resorts, discusses the brand's huge stake in the Las Vegas meetings industry.
The group coordinator can help customize a treatment menu to fit your group’s goals or tailor “mini-treatments."
The Vegas location is the first to have a restaurant, lounge and hotel, featuring whimsical accents, sophisticated design and of course, amazing cuisine. We spoke with Amy Allen of Caesars Entertainment to learn more about the sparkling hotel within a hotel.
Following a $200 million renovation, “The Trop” brings South Beach style and pool-side guest rooms with balconies to the Las Vegas Strip.