Leading Meeting Professionals

Professional Convention Management Association

December 26 2012

WEST: Las Vegas Hotel & Casino

Ali Gramaglia

New name, same superb service


Earlier this year, the iconic Las Vegas hotel formerly known as the Las Vegas Hilton became LVH – Las Vegas Hotel & Casino. Despite the name change, the resort’s renowned service, amenities, and staff are still setting the bar for the rest of Las Vegas. With decades of experience serving meetings and conventions of all types and sizes, the attention to detail that groups receive at LVH truly sets it apart from the rest of the Vegas pack.

On 59 acres just blocks from the Las Vegas Strip, LVH has outfitted its nearly 3,000 rooms and suites with an arsenal of amenities in a sleek, contemporary design. And the hotel’s recently debuted Classic Suites Collection and extravagant Sky Villas make impressive settings for VIPs as well as for entertaining.

LVH’s meeting facilities have few, if any, rivals in Las Vegas. Directly adjacent to the 3.2-million-square-foot Las Vegas Convention Center, the property’s 200,000 square feet of flexible meeting space can handle conventions of 10,000 or the most intimate of board meetings. Options include the 70,000-square-foot Paradise Event Center and the 43,130-square-foot Pavilion, divisible into eight column-free rooms. The 35,000-square-foot ballroom also breaks down into seven pillar-free rooms; and 14 conference rooms, two boardrooms, and two new private rooms in the North Tower offer plenty of breakout space. State-of-the- art audiovisual services provided by an experienced, on-site production staff and a full-service business center equip planners and attendees with everything they need for a successful meeting.

Groups at LVH can embark on an around-the- world culinary adventure with 14 globally inspired restaurants, including the world-famous Benihana. For post-meeting relaxation and pampering, nothing beats the hotel’s cabana-dotted pool deck or a massage at its expansive spa. And a trip to Vegas wouldn’t be complete without placing a bet or two at the resort’s 37,000-square-foot casino or the world’s largest sports book.

At a Glance


Meeting facilities
• 200,000 square feet of meeting space

Number of guest rooms
• 2,956

Amenities
• A 74,000-square-foot casino including the 30,000-square-foot SuperBook, 14 restaurants, two shopping promenades, pool, spa, fitness center, and six tennis courts

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

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