Lake Tahoe

Edgewood Tahoe

154 guest rooms, all with gas fireplaces; two conference rooms totaling 3,200 sq. ft.; modern-mountain clubhouse; ballroom and board room space in The Lodge; three restaurants, including Chef Frank Stagnaro’s Edgewood Restaurant, whose New Zealand elk chop was featured on The Food Network.

Harrah’s Lake Tahoe Hotel and Casino

17,500 sq. ft. of meeting space; accommodates 850 people; seven restaurants, including Sushi Kai; South Shore Room/Peek Nightclub.

Harveys Resort & Casino

742 guest rooms; 17,000 sq. ft. of meeting space; accommodates 1,100 people; home of Lake Tahoe Outdoor Summer Concert Series; four restaurants, including Cabo Wabo Cantina.

Montbleu Resort Casino & Spa

437 guest rooms; 16,000 sq. ft. of convention and meeting space; four restaurants, including South Shore’s only Four Diamond restaurant, Ciera Steak & Chophouse.

Las Vegas

Aria Resort & Casino

4,004 guest rooms; 300,000-square-foot convention center; four ballrooms; 15 restaurants, including Jean Philippe Patisserie.

Caesars Palace Las Vegas

3,960 guest rooms; 300,000-square-foot convention center; theater; 16 restaurants, including Restaurant Guy Savoy.

Green Valley Ranch

495 guest rooms, 60,000 sq. ft of meeting space; eight restaurants, including Tuscan indoor-outdoor dining at Bottilgia.

Las Vegas Convention Center

3.2 million sq. ft. of meeting space; 144 meeting rooms; recently announced $1.4 billion renovation will add 600,000 sq. ft. meeting space by 2023.

Linq Hotel & Casino

2,640 guest rooms; 63,000 sq. ft. of meeting space; 12 meeting rooms for groups of up to 300; ballroom; world’s largest classic car showroom; six restaurants, including Guy Fieri’s Vegas Kitchen & Bar.

Luxor Hotel and Casino

4,407 guest rooms; 20,000-square-foot Egyptian Ballroom; 50,000 sq. ft. of meeting room when expansion is complete; home of Blue Man Group; seven restaurants, including Tender Steak & Seafood.

M Resort, Spa, Casino

390 guest rooms; 92,000 sq. ft. of meeting space, including 25,000-square-foot M Pavilion and Lux special event venues and 17,400-square-foot ballroom; six restaurants, including Anthony’s Prime Steak & Seafood.

MGM Grand Las Vegas Hotel & Casino

Largest hotel in the United States; 6,852 rooms; 600,000 sq. ft. of meeting space; Topgolf facility; restaurants by Emeril Lagasse, Wolfgang Puck, Joel Robuchon and Michael Mina.

Palms Casino Resort & Spa

703 guest rooms; 25,000 sq. ft. of meeting space; 2,500-seat concert theater; three fine-dining restaurants, including N9ne Steakhouse.

Red Rock Casino Resort

800 guest rooms; 100,000 sq. ft of meeting space; nine restaurants, including 8 Noodle Bar.

Sands Expo and Convention Center

Embedded in Venetian Las Vegas and Palazzo Las Vegas; 2.3 million sq. ft of meeting space; theater space for 3,000; five ballrooms; 11 bars, including Tao Asian-themed nightclub.

South Point Hotel Casino & Spa

2,080 guest rooms; 750,000-square-foot conference center with ballroom and breakouts; 80,000-square-foot, column-free exhibit hall; 64-lane bowling center; 11 restaurants and 7 bars, including Michael’s Gourmet Room.

T-Mobile Arena

New multi-use indoor arena on The Strip; seats 20,000; numerous food and drink options on site and at the adjoining The Park.

Treasure Island Hotel & Casino

2,884 rooms; near Las Vegas Convention Center, newly renovated 30,500 sq. ft. of meeting space; nine restaurants, including Senor Frog’s.

Tropicana Las Vegas

1,502 guest rooms; 72,000 sq. ft. of convention space; five restaurants, including Robert Irvine’s new Heating Up The Kitchen.

Wynn Las Vegas & Encore Resort

Combined 4,750 guest rooms and suites and 260,000 sq. ft. of event space; Le Reve The Dream show by Cirque du Soleil; more Forbes Travel Guide Four Star Award-winning restaurants than any other resort in North America, including Chef David Walzog’s SW Steakhouse.


Atlantis Casino Resort Spa

824 guest rooms; two ballrooms; 50,000 sq. ft. of meeting space; seven restaurants, including Oyster Bar on the Sky Terrace.

Grand Sierra Resort and Casino

1,900 guest rooms; 200,000 sq. ft. of event space; 45 breakout rooms; bowling center; Top Golf range; 2,700-seat theater; 11 restaurants and seven bars/ lounges, including a cigar loft.

Nugget Casino Resort

1,382 guest rooms; 110,000 sq. ft. of meeting facilities; new Executive Conference Center; 34 meeting rooms; six restaurants, including The Rotisserie Buffet.

major meeting venues nevada

Peppermill Resort Hotel

1,635 guest rooms; 106,000 sq. ft. of space includes 62,000-square-foot Tuscany Ballroom; seven restaurants, including Master Chef Benny Tsang’s Chi; many new restaurant options opening in 2017.

Further Reading:

Nevada Meetings: Served on a Silver Platter