|The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas in the SEMA block offers a nightly rate of only $159 for this all-suite hotel.|
Always striving to provide those coming to the SEMA Show with the lowest hotel rates and smoothest travel possible, SEMA is pleased to have Travel Planners as its official housing partner for the upcoming 2011 SEMA Show. You can book your housing now by reaching the housing/lodging page on www.SEMAShow.com.
While many companies say they offer the best rates possible, booking directly through SEMA’s housing bureau ensures that you not only receive a rate guarantee—which will always be better than what the hotel can offer you directly—but Travel Planners also will provide you with customer service throughout the year and even upon your arrival in Las Vegas. If you have any issues upon your arrival in Las Vegas, booking through Travel Planners guarantees you on-site personal assistance. And, If you book through Travel Planners and the rates go down, you'll get the new, cheaper rate.
For exhibitors and large groups, Travel Planners provides an easy-to-use site where rooming lists and itinerary changes can be handled with just the click of a button. Everything can be done online by you. If the online process frightens you, customer service specialists are waiting to assist you with group reservations.
SEMA has locked in incredible rates yet again and has been able to waive the resort fees, which more and more Las Vegas properties are adopting, some as much as $20 per night. Book through the official housing block and you won’t have to pay them, with the exception of the Signature at MGM Grand, which has always had a resort fee with its additional services that are not provided to other MGM Grand guests.
If you have any questions regarding housing for the upcoming SEMA Show, please don’t hesitate to contact the Travel Planners at 800/221-3531 or 212/532-1660.
Please note: Travel Planners is the only official housing bureau associated with the 2011 SEMA Show. Only the official housing bureau has the seal you see on this page. No other travel company is endorsed or affiliated by SEMA and, in fact, many have created unscrupulous tactics that will cost you money in the long run. Entering into financial agreements with such companies can have costly consequences and they will not be around when you arrive in Las Vegas for the Show.