SEMA eNews Vol. 14, No. 32, August 11, 2011

High-End Hotels Reduce Rates for SEMA Show Guests

 

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  The ARIA (pictured here) and Vdara Las Vegas resorts have reduced their nightly rates for 2011 SEMA Show attendees.

Always striving to provide its attendees and exhibitors the best options in terms of both pricing and variety, SEMA is proud to announce that two of the newest and most prestigious properties in Las Vegas have just reduced their rates to accommodate and welcome SEMA Show attendees back this year.

ARIA and Vdara—the two largest properties within the City Center complex—provide an experience like none ever seen before in Las Vegas. The complex is designed as its own metropolitan city in the heart of the Las Vegas Strip. ARIA has been awarded a five-diamond ranking by AAA, and offers more than 4,000 hotel guest rooms, 16 restaurants and numerous entertainment venues. Meanwhile, next door is the all-suite four-diamond Vdara. This completely non-smoking and casino-free property provides its guests a luxurious and quiet atmosphere right in the middle of the Las Vegas Strip, while also delivering all the traditional amenities at the neighboring ARIA.

Rates at the ARIA are now only $169 per night and the Vdara is only $159 per night during Show days, and they go as low as $129 at ARIA and $119 at Vdara if you are arriving early. Included in these low rates, available only by booking through SEMA’s official block, are all the amenities offered to all other guests who must pay an additional resort fee. These include the following:

ARIA

  • Internet access (in-suite and campus-wide at City Center)
  • Local and 800 number phone calls
  • Access to The Spa at ARIA Fitness Center
  • Daily newspaper
  • Airline boarding pass printing

Vdara

  • Internet access (in-suite and campus-wide at City Center)
  • Two bottles of water per room per day
  • Local and 800 number phone calls
  • Access to Vdara Fitness Center
  • Daily newspaper at front desk
  • Nightly turn-down service upon request
  • Guest robes upon request

As always, SEMA will continue to keep you apprised of changes to hotel rates in the SEMA Housing Block and any reductions made to rates are retroactive to anyone already booked in that hotel.

There is no better time than now to take advantage of the early-bird rates. If you have any questions about booking your hotels for the SEMA Show, please don’t hesitate to contact Travel Planners, SEMA’s Official Housing Bureau at 800/221-3531, or e-mail res@tphousing.com.

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