The latest news and developments for incentive travel programs, meetings and conventions in Las Vegas
New, Unique Venue – The High Roller Observation Wheel
At 550 feet high, Vegas’s High Roller is the tallest observation wheel on the planet – 107 feet higher than the London Eye. Just opened at newly-renovated Linq, it treats passengers to a 30-minute, single-rotation ride in a glassed capsule. The wheel slowly climbs above the Strip, offering views up and down Las Vegas Boulevard to passengers in the capsules, which each hold up to 40 people. For a special event, capsules may be rented out with privately staffed bars. Capsules contain video monitors, making it a unique choice for a meeting or presentation. Or, for a larger event, the entire Wheel, as well as the Wheelhouse venue, can be exclusively reserved for up to 500 people.
Event Space at Four Seasons Las Vegas Gets a Refresh
“Distraction-free” meeting space at this nongaming hotel provides a refreshing break from the constant clatter of the city’s casino floors. Known for its understated luxury, the Four Seasons’ recent restyling of their meeting rooms and event spaces makes this an even more appealing location to host an event. Warm color palettes and upgraded electronics complement inspiring vistas from the boardrooms and elegant touches in the ballrooms. And with its location adjacent to Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino, guests can enjoy the thrill of Vegas life just steps away from this elegant hideaway in the center of it all.
Harley Davidson Opens on the Las Vegas Strip
A spacious new Harley Davidson venue is now open just a few paces away from the famous “Welcome to Las Vegas” sign. Scenic self-drives on the iconic American motorcycles are popular with incentive travelers, and rental services are conveniently available here. The location also offers a retail shop, riding academy, a “Recharge Zone” for rest and refreshment, and of course a retail space for those visitors who simply can’t leave the States without a bike of their own.Association of Destination Management Executives International”