Meeting and Incentive Venues

March 2008
Financial & Insurance Meetings;Mar/Apr2008 Supplement, Vol. 44, p6
Trade Publication
The article features new hotels opening in Las Vegas, Nevada as destinations for meetings and incentives. These include the Caesars Palace, which is undergoing a $1 billion expansion and scheduled to open in 2009 and the Signature at MGM Grand, a luxury category all-suite hotel which offers three 576-room towers. According to the article, Las Vegas offers more than 9.6 million square feet of meeting and convention space, restaurants, spas, golf courses and entertainment.


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