Okada, Shannon
April 2013
HVS Global Hospitality Report;4/29/2013, p1
The article focuses on the market outlook for casinos and hotels in Las Vegas, Nevada in 2013. It also discusses the conditions of various sectors which include tourism, airport traffic and convention activities. It tackles demands for transient lodging and gaming industry. It mentions major developments in the city which include Resorts World Las Vegas, Nobu Hotel and MGM Resorts International.


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