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CEO Interview: Celeb Chefs and Youthful Brands at Vegas’ Cosmopolitan Hotel

The evolution of Las Vegas as a lifestyle and entertainment destination is almost complete, but all of the hotels on the strip need to constantly evolve their design and culinary programming to remain competitive.

Tourists Stick to Established Destinations in North America Amid Global Demand Shift

Quintessential North American vacation destinations like Orlando, Las Vegas, and the Caribbean remain popular with travelers despite global vacation booking trends shifting to more diverse countries and cities.

Red Rock Resorts Buys Palms Las Vegas for $313 Million

Consolidation in the hospitality industry continues. It'll be interesting to see if Red Rock can revitalize the off-the-Strip property, especially as Vegas continues to evolve and grow, adding even more mega-resorts and attractions to the Strip itself .

Skift CMO Interviews: Las Vegas Invests in Virtual Reality, Lifestyle Content to Attract Conventions

Destinations have traditionally undervalued the ability of meetings-specific website content to drive convention attendance, but Las Vegas is attempting to do just that with an integrated, high-tech content delivery platform.

Skift Podcast: Do Tourism Slogans Matter in Modern Marketing?

It's not necessary to capture a destination on a bumper sticker (just ask France or Italy), but it certainly helps when it comes to modern tourism marketing.

Tourism Bureaus Band Together to Promote the Meeting Industry’s Economic Impact

Global Meetings Industry Day is an advocacy effort by hospitality and tourism companies to promote the value of face-to-face meetings, but there should be more focus on industry insight versus marketing-speak.

Las Vegas Tourists Are Spending More Money and Staying Longer

There are no better words to a tourism bureau than "staying longer, spending more."

Wynn Plans Las Vegas Strip Resort That’s ‘Just Like Disney’

After largely recovering (or resetting) after the disastrous fallout of the 2008 financial crisis, Vegas is once again embracing big developments on the Strip.

New T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas Signals Return of Large Hospitality Investment

Significant capital investments in Las Vegas hospitality have been few since the recession. The opening of T-Mobile Arena and adjacent developments, as well as record visitation to the city during the last two years, suggest the Strip is turning a corner.

MGM Resorts Launches New $100 Million Park on the Las Vegas Strip

Bringing the local desert environment into the Strip is a smart evolution for the MGM Resorts' user experience because it creates a unique new social environment for the city.