Las Vegas Convention Center

Established in 1959, the Las Vegas Convention Center is one of North America's premier venues for exhibits, trade shows and other major events. Situated just off the Las Vegas Strip, this convention hub offers more than 1.94 million sq feet of meeting space. McCarran International Airport, Interstate 15 and the Las Vegas Monorail make this enormous convention complex easily accessible.

Facilities and Features

Las Vegas Convention Center
The South Hall Level One is split into two major facilities and more than a dozen smaller meeting rooms. Hall S1 has just under 230,000 sq feet, and Hall S2 occupies about 219,000 sq feet. Meeting rooms S101 through S118 are also located on the first level of the South Hall. The second level includes Hall S3 and Hall S4, which offer a combined meeting space of more than 475,000 sq feet. More than 20 additional meeting facilities are situated on the upper floor of the South Hall. The Central Hall and North Hall include eight large exhibit halls that provide about 1 million sq feet for diverse events. Centrally located in this part of the complex, the East Concourse connects the C Halls with the N Halls. Administrative offices and the American Express Lounge are conveniently located in the main concourse. Some dining options at the Central Hall and North Hall include Vegas Street Eats, Harbor Place, Raffi's Kosher, Austin Blue BBQ and Roy's Express. The North Hall Level Two at the Las Vegas Convention Center consists of dozens of facilities that are optimized for small groups. Most of the rooms at this hall have just more than 1,000 sq feet of space, and the smallest rooms have a few hundred sq feet for intimate interactions. When walking through the relatively long and narrow North Hall Level Two, you should use the Diamond 1-2 and Diamond 3-4 as convenient reference points. When set up as a theatre, the largest exhibit hall at the Las Vegas Convention Center accommodates up to 2,000 spectators. The banquet capacity for this large hall is 900, and the classroom capacity is approximately 850. FedEX, pre-function areas, mother's rooms, Las Vegas Metro Police and first aid are readily available at the Las Vegas Convention Center.

Visiting Las Vegas Convention Center

The Las Vegas Convention Center is situated just off the Las Vegas Strip. Occupying several blocks along Paradise Road, this massive convention complex has several outdoor parking lots that are designated for specific halls. For example, the Bronze Lot is conveniently located near the South Hall. The Orange, Silver and Gold Lots are reserved for individuals visiting the Central Hall and North Hall. Additional parking is available at the Blue, Platinum and Diamond Lots. A pedestrian bridge connects the Gold Lot with the Visitor Information Center and North Hall Level Two. There's also a skywalk between the North Hall Level Two and the Westgate resort. Buses that are operated by the RTC stop at various points near the Las Vegas Convention Center. This major venue also has its own station along the Las Vegas Monorail system, which provides convenient transport along the Las Vegas Strip. The rapid transit stop is located near the Silver Lot, so you'll need to take a short walk to reach the main entrances of the South Hall. Additionally, the Las Vegas Convention Center is located less than 5 miles away from McCarran International Airport, Nevada's busiest hub for air travel. After taking a rental car at this major airport, just head northbound on Paradise Road to reach the convention complex.

Location: 3150 Paradise Road, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA, 89109

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