Business Travel Guide
The best hotels, restaurants and activities for Las Vegas business travelers.
Las Vegas draws in more than 40 million people annually and interestingly, not all come to gamble. According to the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority, there were nearly 22,000 conventions held in 2016, which cumulatively pulled in more than six million attendees.
In addition to the monstrous Las Vegas Convention Center, almost all of the major hotels have their own vast meeting centers, so it's no wonder Las Vegas hosts some of the largest and most widely attended conferences in North America. Although hit hard by the recession, Las Vegas continues to bounce back with steadily increasing visitor numbers.
In Las Vegas, virtually all business is "show" business. The city's economy — which is driven by the hotel, gaming and recreation industries — accounts for approximately 70 percent of Nevada's taxable revenue, and seven of the city's top 10 employers are casinos. Now that's entertainment.
For your upcoming trip to Las Vegas, take a look a GAYOT's Business Travel Guide for suggestions on where to stay, get pampered, dine, and what to do when you're not on the clock.