LAS VEGAS HILTON Free Play, New Players Club, New Slot Machines Equal More Gaming Excitement
T SOME PROPERTIES, THE RULES OF THE “gaming game” never change — and then there’s the Las Vegas Hilton.
The Las Vegas Hilton now has “free play” as an option for qualified casino players, and is also offering great new players’ club incentives. New slot machines add to the excitement. The 30,000-square-foot SuperBook, voted “Best of Las Vegas” and Nevada’s largest, most technologically advanced sports-wagering venue, has more than 300 seats, 28 giant screens, and one massive 15' x 20' screen. Just opened in March of this year is the new Ultimate Fan Cave in the SuperBook, offering a more intimate viewing experience. But what’s new at the Las Vegas Hilton goes beyond just gaming excitement. In another notable development, the hotel is now home to the Knight Gallery, which showcases the work of Robert Knight, one of rock music’s most acclaimed photographers. A partnership with legendary rocker Vince Neil, best known as the lead singer of Mötley Crüe, has led to the opening of Vince Neil’s Tres Rios Cantina. The Las Vegas Hilton has also completed the expansion of the popular Fortuna: A Coffee and Wine Experience, which now has seating areas that include plasma TVs and com- fortable couches; and the opening of Bling, a new sterling-silver and cubic-zirconia jewelry store. What’s more, the property has expanded its
meeting facilities with the addition of two North Tower meeting rooms, whose plasma monitors con- tribute to presentations that make an impact. Meet- ing space also includes the 70,000-square-foot Hilton Center, which is comprised of the 31,800-square- foot Conrad Room and 38,200-square-foot Barron Room. Eight separate, column-free rooms with
AT A GLANCE
Convention facilities: The Las Vegas Hilton features more than 200,000 square feet of meeting and convention space. Guest rooms and suites: 2,956 On-site amenities: Renovated Spa, 100,000-gallon swimming pool, tennis, 37,000-square- foot Main Casino, 30,000-square-foot SuperBook, casino lounge, 13 restaurants For more information: Las Vegas Hilton; 3000 Paradise Road, Las Vegas, NV 89109; (800) 367-7917; firstname.lastname@example.org; www.lvhilton.com
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moveable partitions make up the 43,130-square-foot Pavilion. The 35,000-square-foot ballroom encom- passes seven separate, pillar-free rooms. A total of 14 conference rooms span 9,385 square feet of space, and two boardrooms are perfect for smaller gatherings. The convention area is adjacent to the Las Vegas Convention Center, providing guests with convenient access to conventions and trade shows. Once meetings are over, guests can hit the pool deck and swimming pool — or the Spa, featuring the latest weight machines and cardio equipment, steam rooms, saunas, spa rooms, mas- sage rooms, a cold plunge in the men’s spa, and six tennis courts. Fine-dining facilities include TJ’s Steakhouse, Casa Nicola, Garden of the Dragon, and the world-famous Benihana. Casual dining is available in the Paradise Café, The Buffet, and Fortuna: A Coffee and Wine Experience, as well as in several fast-food outlets. Finally, want more bang for the buck when booking a summer meeting this year? The Las Vegas Hilton is offer- ing double Hilton HHonors Meeting Planner Points for new meetings that are booked between July 15 and Aug. 31, 2011. Some restrictions apply. ■
THIS IS NO LIBRARY: The 30,000-square-foot SuperBook is Nevada’s most technologically advanced sports- wagering venue.
PICTURE THIS: Photo- graphs by legendary rock-music photogra- pher Robert Knight fill the Knight Gallery.