Expovision, The Hotel Reservation Office for NAB Show, has reached out to its hotel partners for the latest information on their cleaning and safety protocols during the COVID-19. Each of the 35 hotels in the official event hotel block have launched stringent practices that follow guidelines from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the Nevada Governor and the city of Las Vegas.
Face coverings that cover the nose, mouth and chin are required in all indoor public areas. Amenities such as valet parking, complimentary breakfast and concierge may be reduced or currently not available. The major hotel brands and boutique properties share these similarities on ensuring employees’ and guests’ safety during COVID-19:
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The only constant in Vegas hospitality is that properties are always changing and reinventing themselves. Many Caesars’ Entertainment hotels have updated their guest rooms in time for April! If you’re a Total Rewards member, then you can earn credits when booking with Expovision. If you need to book more than 20 rooms, contact Expovision toll free at (888) 622-8830.
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The Nobu Hotel at Caesars Palace and the Waldorf Astoria Las Vegas have been added to the 2019 NAB Show room block for the first time ever! Exhibitors and attendees can book here with no deposit and at an exclusive event rate.
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Hotel scammers, housing pirates, room block poachers…however you refer to them, they have been a major problem in the convention industry for years. These are companies that masquerade as being the official housing partner for an event and sell room blocks that don’t actually exist. Their victims may pay thousands of dollars, only to arrive at the hotel and be told they don’t have a reservation.
Back in 2008, the American Society of Association Executives won a federal lawsuit against the hotel scammer Complete Event Planning, Inc. Despite this monumental win, third-party hotel scams are continuing to sprout up and to bring financial pains. According to the American Hotel & Lodging Association,there are 55 million bad hotel bookings annually: that’s nearly $4 billion dollars in poachers’ pockets!
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