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LAS VEGAS HOTEL & CASINO


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ONE SIZE FITS ALL: In addition to nearly 200,000 square feet of flexible meeting space, LVH – Las Vegas Hotel & Casino offers a conference center department dedi- cated solely to groups requiring between 10 and 100 rooms.


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N JAN. 3, THE LAS VEGAS Hilton became LVH – Las Vegas Hotel & Casino. The name has changed, but the exceptional staff, service, meeting space, and entertainment that planners have come to expect from the iconic


property have not. LVH sits on 59 acres just a few blocks from





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& Casino’s off-the-strip location means meet- ings are private and quiet, but the on-site monorail station means the excitement of Vegas is just a five-minute ride away.


the famous Las Vegas Strip, which attendees can reach in less than five minutes via the hotel’s on- site monorail station. The hotel’s nearly 3,000 guest rooms and suites have been updated with a new contemporary look, and in addition to the newly introduced Classic Suites Collection, groups now have access to the hotel’s one-of-a-kind Sky Villas and themed suites. LVH’s meeting facilities have few, if any, rivals in Las Vegas. Adja- cent to the 3.2-million- square-foot Las Vegas Convention Cen- ter, the property offers nearly 200,000 square feet of meeting space on one convenient level. Highlights include the 70,000-square-foot Paradise Event Cen- ter, the 43,130-square-foot LVH Pavilion, and the 35,000-square-foot LVH Ball- room. Smaller spaces include 14 confer- ence rooms, two boardrooms, and two new private rooms in the hotel’s North Tower. An on-site production staff pro- vides state-of-the-art audiovisual ser- vices, and both planners and attendees will appreciate the hotel’s full-service business center. For after-hours drinks or private group


dinners, the hotel’s 13 restaurants and plethora of bars provide plenty of F&B options. For on-site recreation, guests can choose from the cabana-studded pool complex, spa and fitness center, cabaret lounge, or theater with live enter-


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tainment. And a Vegas experience wouldn’t be complete without a stop at the hotel’s 74,000-square-foot casino or SuperBook — the world’s largest sports wagering venue. n


AT A GLANCE


Meeting facilities: Nearly 200,000 square feet of meeting space in addition to the adjacent 3.2-million-square-foot Las Vegas Con- vention Center Number of guest rooms: 2,956 Amenities: A 74,000-square-foot casino, 30,000-square-foot Super- Book (the world’s largest sports-wagering venue), 13 restaurants, two shopping promenades, pool, spa and fitness center, and six ten- nis courts


For more information: LVH – Las Vegas Hotel & Casino, Gavin Mealiffe, Vice President of Sales; (800) 367-7917; dos@THELVH.com; www.THELVH.com


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