Las Vegas Continues To Be On A Roll
Bellagio once again received accolades at the 2013 World Travel Awards’ (WTA) Caribbean & The Americas Gala Ceremony held on September 14 in Antigua and Barbuda.
The AAA Five Diamond Las Vegas resort was recognized as North America’s Leading Casino Resort, an honor Bellagio has received for five of the past six years. “The World Travel Awards are determined by travel industry professionals, making this a special honor bestowed by experts in the hospitality business,” said Randy Morton, president and COO of Bellagio. “Bellagio is a special destination resort with universal appeal to guests from around the world. Thanks to our outstanding team who provide guests with extraordinary service, we have been able to achieve top awards such as this.”
WTA, hailed as the “Oscars of the travel industry” by the global media, highlights and rewards brands that have made the greatest contribution to the travel industry during the past year. The online voting process is a year-long communications campaign encouraging global participation. The votes come from qualified executives working within travel and tourism and the consumer travel buyer. Votes are internally audited to ensure the validity of each individual vote.
The Tropicana Las Vegas - a DoubleTree Hotel by Hilton announced the addition of two distinctive Las Vegas event venues — the Havana Room and Beach Club.
The Havana Room, a lavishly designed space with a crystal chandelier as the focal design element, is surrounded by more than 40 custom-built banquettes and includes three full-service bars, a wood dance floor and premium audio-visual technology.
The Beach Club is an ideal setting for outdoor events and features pools surrounded by fountains, palm trees, cabanas and daybeds. Other highlights include two Olympic-size sand volleyball courts, a full-service bar, state-of-the art technology, and an exclusive location set apart from the Tropicana pool area.
The Tropicana has more than 100,000 sf of meeting space.