Las Vegas Convention Center (LVCC) – Las Vegas, Nevada, USA


Las Vegas Convention Center (LVCC) was first opened back in 1959 and over the years, it kept expanding. The latest expansion was done just recently in 2020. This is a massive space that is meant to host big travel conferences such as CES, SEMA and IPW (which is one of the largest North America Travel Conference).

This place is beautiful. It has the latest food court area and also it’s super close to the newest hotels in Vegas called “Resorts World”. If you are attending a convention in Las Vegas Convention Center, you may want to book a room at Resorts World.

One of the highlights about this place is the recently new Underground Loop that was built by Elon Musk’s “The Boring Company” where Tesla are moving underground to transport passengers from one part of the Las Vegas Convention Center to another 2 sections of the center. This is how massive this Convention Center is.

Eventually, this Underground Loop will extend to the Vegas Strip as well as the Resorts World, one of the newest hotels in Vegas that is situated right across the Convention Center.

Click here to read more about the Underground Loop.

Click here to read about the Resorts World.

Las Vegas Convention Center – Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
Address: 3150 S Paradise Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89109, United States
Phone: +1 702-892-0711
Opened: April 1959
Owner: Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority
Expanded: 1971; 1990; 1998; 2002; 2021
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