What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas. This includes Caesars Entertainment’s brand new state-of-the-art conference centre, which employed the skills of local firm, National Technology Associates to install a first-class BroaMan technical infrastructure.
Anyone that has been to Vegas will likely remember (used in the loosest sense of the word) snapshots of frenzied gambling, entertainment, nightlife, shopping, fine dining, and the sensory overload of neon signs and dancing fountains along the eight-mile Las Vegas Strip.
But it’s not all hotel lounges full of giant lizards and locating missing stag-do members; do you know that some people go to Vegas to actually conduct business? We know that sounds crazy, but stay with us...
Caesars Entertainment, which operates Vegas’ world-renowned Caesars Palace has announced its new expansion phase in the form of Caesars Forum, a brand new state-of-the-art conference centre.
The 550,000 sq. ft. conference centre is the newest addition to the Caesars Entertainment family, boasting 300,000 sq. ft. of flexible meeting space and the two largest pillar-less ballrooms in the world.
Caesars Entertainment wants planning a successful meeting to be an easy and rewarding experience, and helping solve this is Caesars Forum’s close proximity to its many hotels, eliminating the need for transportation.
The forum’s website states that ‘no matter where you are, you’re never far from Caesars Entertainment’, which seems to be literally true in Vegas. In fact, Caesars Forum has direct access to Harrah’s and LINQ hotels through the Forum Sky Bridge, while the Flamingo Las Vegas is accessible through the LINQ Promenade. In addition, the conference centre is within walking distance to eight of Caesars Entertainment’s Las Vegas properties.
Everything Caesars Entertainment offers must be fit for an emperor, and its latest conference centre is no exception: a first-class technical infrastructure for site wide multi-signal transmission was needed for this large facility.