The former SLS Las Vegas will now operate under the resort’s original brand name – Sahara Las Vegas. Since Alex Meruelo purchased the property in April of last year, significant strides have been made in transforming the resort experience.
Moving toward a second quarter 2022 opening of Drew Las Vegas, global real estate developer Witkoff has announced Diller Scofidio + Renfro as the design architect for the project.
A lot of what puts Las Vegas on the tourism map is centred around the famous Strip, and the numerous world-class casinos and attraction that are dotted along it. But there is a great deal more on offer to the visitor if you are willing to get out and explore. Here Breaking Travel News takes to the skies around the city to take a look
Over the past few years Las Vegas has sought to diversify its offering away from gambling, seeking to grow its presence then rapidly developing wellness market. Here Maria Korelina takes a look at the results for Breaking Travel News
Steve Hill, newly appointed chief executive of the Las Vegas Convention & Visitors Authority, speaks to Breaking Travel News during World Travel Market in London. He tells us about his ambitions for the role and how the destination is faring in late 2018.
From November 8th-10th, Las Vegas and The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas will transform an east London cocktail bar into an iconic Las Vegas lounge, giving guests a secret and seductive taste of the incredible destination.
The new club will showcase comedians ranging from up-and-coming talent to household names curated by Kimmel and his team in a venue designed by Jimmy and his comedian friends.
Caesars Entertainment has broken ground on Caesars Forum, a brand new 550,000-square-foot conference centre in Las Vegas. The $375 million investment will feature the two largest pillarless ballrooms in the world, located at the centre of the Las Vegas Strip.