Conventions / Meeting Centers


            Las Vegas is the world’s premier convention destination.  Las Vegas offers state of the art convention facilities within walking distance of some of the world’s greatest hotels, world class restaurants and award winning entertainment.
            Las Vegas offers 11.5 million sq ft of meeting and exhibit space, more than any other city in the world.  Las Vegas provides the most complete, flexible and extensive facilities and services in the world including banquet facilities from small to as large as over 10,000 guests.
Las Vegas  is home to three of the country's 10 largest convention venues: the Mandalay Bay Convention Center, a 2.0 million-square-foot center on the south Strip; 1.7 million-square-foot Sands Expo and Convention Center (includes 500,000 sq. ft. of The Venetian/Palazzo meeting space); and the 2.2 million-square-foot Las Vegas Convention Center.
            Whether you want to host an intimate poolside mixer, a lavish banquet for 10,000 people or a major international convention Las Vegas is the only choice.
Las Vegas Convention CenterTo learn more about Las Vegas Convention facilities contact the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority.

            Debuting in 2020.   Caesars Entertainment Corporation, the world's most diversified gaming and entertainment company, broke ground on their newest development – CAESARS FORUM, a $375 million, 550,000 square-foot conference center in Las Vegas.  Featuring 300,000 square-feet of flexible meeting space, including two 110,000 square-foot pillarless ballrooms, two 40,000 square-foot ballrooms and six state-of-the-art boardrooms. Built on one floor for convenient move-in, along with nine easily accessible loading docks.

The Strip is changing
                There's really only one constant in Las Vegas and that's change. Today, the Strip is changing into an entertainment and business destination that's less focused on gambling and more focused on entertainment events and extravagance, from hotel rooms to restaurants.
                These three projects are evidence of those broad trends, and we'll soon see a whole new Strip -- until Las Vegas' next big reinvention.
                The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority (LVCVA) has been named the best Convention & Visitors Bureau (CVB) by Successful Meetings Magazine after receiving the publication’s 2016 Pinnacle Award. This announcement marks the 24th time the LVCVA has been recognized for this honor.
                Las Vegas holds the honor of being the No. 1 tradeshow destination in North America for 21 years running for hosting 60 of the largest 250 trade shows. Las Vegas hosts nearly 6 million business delegates and nearly 22,000 individual meetings and conventions annually. In an effort to highlight the variety of events that take place in the destination, Las Vegas created the “Unconventional” video series.