“If you are coming here with an anything-goes party attitude, change your flight reservation now and go to Vegas,” City Manager Raul Aguila said at a recent City Council meeting.
Only 12 percent of Americans are traveling for spring break, according to U.S. Travel Association.
The sale of Las Vegas Sands Corp.’s Strip assets is a positive sign for its namesake city, industry experts say.
More than 8 million people Lake Mead National Recreation Area in 2020, elevating the park from the sixth to fifth on the list of the National Park Service’s busiest sites.
Affiliates of Apollo Global Management Inc. and Vici Properties Inc. will acquire The Venetian, Palazzo and the Sands Expo & Convention Center.
The testing protocols are meant to strengthen health and safety standards and assist tourists from states with strict travel restrictions, according to the companies.
Social media influencers are expected to be in Las Vegas next weekend to get a look at how the city is readying for anticipated pent-up demand for the entertainment and activities it is famous for.
Metrics like foot traffic, gaming revenue and occupancy rates in the Reno area are closing in on pre-pandemic levels ahead of Clark County.
Nevada’s outdoor recreation economy ended the calendar year 2020 with nearly 3,600 fewer jobs and losing out on an estimated $161.5 million loss in labor income and a potential $282.9 million in economic output.
Las Vegas meetings and conventions have been operating on a small scale, but things are looking up in the second half of the year.
The cost for renaming McCarran International Airport after former Sen. Harry Reid, initially pegged at “at least $2 million, probably will run closer to $5 million-$7 million.
Killing some time while waiting for a flight at McCarran Airport paid off nicely Thursday morning for a Texas woman.
The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority sees occupancy, room rates, traffic take a dive in January with conventions and trade shows nowhere to be found.
Several of Las Vegas’ famous pool-party spaces are back in business beginning in March and running through the summer.
January is usually Southern Nevada’s busiest convention month, but not this year. As a result, gaming win declined 31.7 percent in Clark County and 43.8 percent on the Strip.