At more than 3.2 million square feet, the Las Vegas Convention Center is one of the most modern, functional and largest trade show facilities in the United States.
Hosting more than 50 events annually and welcoming over 1.5 million attendees, The Las Vegas Convention Center features 2 million square feet of exhibition space and 250,000 square feet of meeting room space, all located within a short distance from the Las Vegas Strip. Operated by the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority (LVCVA), the Las Vegas Convention center is one of the busiest centers in the world and well known among industry professionals for its versatility.
Approximately two million square feet of exhibit space
144 meeting rooms with seating capacities ranging from 20 to 2,500.
Sixteen exhibit halls with separable movable walls.
A grand lobby and registration area (more than 225,000 square feet)
Parking for over 5,000 cars
Free wireless Internet access available in all common lobby areas in the convention center and in Banners restaurant in the Grand Lobby and the International Food Market Restaurant in the South Hall.
FedEx Office: Business center on site.
Distance from McCarran International Airport: Las Vegas Convention Center is located 3.5 miles from McCarran International Airport
|Concierge Desk||(702) 892-7574|
|Safety Office||(702) 892-7413|
|Security Department||(702) 892-7400|
|Traffic Office||(702) 892-7415|
|FedEx Office/ Business Center||(702) 943-6780|
|Aramark / Food & Beverage Services||(702) 943-6910|
|LVCVA Corporate Website||lvcva.com|
Las Vegas Convention Center Parking Fees:
When paid parking is in effect, the fee is $10.00 per space with in and out privilages.
Anyone leaving the Las Vegas Convention Center and planning to return the same day can get their ticket stamped for reentry.
Please display ticket stubs in view on your dashboard.
|Westgate Las Vegas station||2.15 minutes|
|Harrah's station||4.17 minutes|
|Flamingo station||5.42 minutes|
|Bally's/Paris Las Vegas station||7.06 minutes|
|MGM Grand station||9.12 minutes|
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Your Las Vegas conference attendance may be tax deductible. You may be able to deduct the conference fee if you undertake to (1) maintain or improve skills required in your present job; (2) fulfill an employment condition mandated by your employer to keep your salary, status, or job.
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