• Vdara Hotel & Spa Introduces Luxury Lounge to Las Vegas Guests

     
    POSTED March 11, 2019
     
  • Vdara Hotel & Spa Introduces Luxury Lounge to Las Vegas Guests

     
    POSTED March 11, 2019
     
  • Vdara Hotel & Spa Introduces Luxury Lounge to Las Vegas Guests

     
    POSTED March 11, 2019
     

Vdara Hotel & Spa in Las Vegas has opened the Vdara Club Lounge, a private space that allows guests a retreat from the buzz of Vegas night life.

“Vdara Club Lounge is designed to enhance our guests’ travel experiences,” says General Manager Mary Giuliano. “The intimate setting allows us to deliver our award-winning hospitality with a more personalized approach.”

The lounge includes a pre-arrival concierge for restaurant bookings, show tickets and other requirements, as well as handcrafted food choices with grab-and-go options available during the day. The social hour adds complimentary hors d’oeuvres and drinks, which include a selection of beer and wine.

The lounge also functions as a workspace for guests and professionals. The space features natural light and a quiet atmosphere for guests at work away from the office.

The lounge is an amenity for guests staying at the hotel’s suites, though guests with alternate accommodations can access the lounge for a nightly fee.

An hour drive from Yellowstone National Park, The Wilson Hotel Big Sky Residence Inn has recently become the first major hotel in Big Sky, Montana.  

Named after Wilson Peak—one of the most prominent peaks overlooking Big Sky—this hotel has 129 rooms, a 24-hour fitness center, a shuttle service to nearby ski lifts, on-site bike rentals, and 3,000 square feet of meeting space that can accommodate up to 190 people.  

 

Aventri, a leader in events management software (EMS), recently released ‘The Top 100 Meeting and Event Venues in the United States’ for 2019. The company took the ten top-rated meeting and event cities in the United States and picked the top ten venues in each area, compiling a list of 100 highly-regarded spaces. 

The guide identifies the two most valuable factors in attendee satisfaction as venue location and activities in the host city, followed by capacity, uniqueness and proximity to local attractions.