Legendary rocker, Rod Stewart is proving that some guys really do have all the luck as he triumphantly returns to the Colosseum at Caesars Palace for the second year of his wildly-successful Las Vegas residency,
InterContinental Hotels Group has outlined a global reposition strategy for its Crowne Plaza Hotels & Resorts brand during the annual Americas Investors & Leadership Conference in Las Vegas. Close to 5,000 conference attendees heard plans for a multi-year process with a clear three-phased approach.
New campaign urges visitors to protect “What happens here, stays here” experiences.
Las Vegas’ growing popularity among international travellers is no secret, but new data garnered primarily from US Department of Commerce research suggest the international visitor market now contributes more to Las Vegas’ bottom line than ever before. Also in the United States today, City.Mobi is celebrating the success of its new guide to Las Vegas.
CCRA Travel Solutions - the leader in global travel integration for travel professionals and industry suppliers - today announced The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority as the newest addition to its Preferred Travel Partner Program. As part of the program, The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority will provide travel agent services, commissionable booking opportunities and incentive programs to registered users of the CCRAtravel.com hotel reservation portal.
Aria Resort & Casino is playing host to the 9th WTTC Global Travel & Tourism Summit in Las Vegas. Opened in December 2009, the ground-breaking hotel boasts unrivalled eco credential, as well as state-of-the-art conferencing facilities. BTN takes a look inside
Las Vegas’ first luxury non-gambling, non-smoking hotel opened yesterday (December 1) in the US’ biggest private development, CityCenter. The 57-storey Vdara Hotel & Spa (pictured) will have 1,500 rooms and forms one of the key parts of the $8.5bn project.
The Old Guard is in trouble when it comes to making a living on the New York City restaurant scene. Tavern on the Green declared bankruptcy in September, not even two weeks after Café des Artistes closed its doors. The owners said after 92 years in the restaurant business, the company could no longer pay employees’ health and pension benefits. Indeed, reports say they were $250,000 behind in health insurance and $116,000 in pension payments
Rossi Ralenkotter, President/CEO, Las Vegas at WTM 2008 speaks to Breaking Travel News at World Travel Market 2008
Breaking Travel News interviews Terry Jicinsky, Las Vegas Convention & Visitors Authority at WTTC 2008, Dubai.