The 2011 SEMA Show is only a few months away, and both exhibitors and attendees are making plans for the big event. While some hotels have already sold out, there are still great options and rates for anyone planning their trip to Vegas.
Early-bird rates are still in effect for many of the official hotels if you book through the SEMA block, but they all expire in the coming weeks, some as early as next week. You will need to act fast to obtain these great rates. For your reference, below is a list of hotels still offering early-bird rates and when they expire.
|Hotel||Early Bird Expiration||Rates as Low As|
|Bally's Hotel & Casino||August 3||$85|
|Caesars Palace||August 3||$189|
|Flamingo Las Vegas||August 3||$85|
|Harrah’s Las Vegas||August 3||$85|
|Imperial Palace||August 3||$39|
|Paris Las Vegas||August 3||$135|
|PH Towers||August 3||$139|
|Planet Hollywood||August 3||$129|
|Circus Circus||August 4||$35|
|Luxor Hotel||August 4||$58|
|Monte Carlo Resort||August 4||$75|
|Las Vegas Marriott Suites||August 16||$149|
|Mirage Hotel||August 16||$149|
|Residence Inn||August 16||$139|
|Signature at MGM Grand||August 28||$144|
|SpringHill Suites||August 16||$144|
|Tropicana Hotel Las Vegas||August 16||$69|
|Trump Hotel Las Vegas||August 16||$115|
|Westin Casuarina||August 16||$119|
If you have any questions regarding housing, please don’t hesitate to contact 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.