Travel Week to Welcome Thousands to Las Vegas

The sixth annual Vegas Travel Week returns the first week in December at Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino. Attendees of anchor event, Luxury Travel Expo, being held from December 6 to 8, should register early to ensure that they are eligible for the fabulous prizes planned the Experience Extraordinary program. Additional events at Vegas Travel Week include: the second annual Young Leaders Conference, held on December 5th and 6th, a conference for the “under 40” travel professional; Luxury Travel Exchange, held on December 6th, an event that provides advisors with hand-selected suppliers in one-on-one appointments; and Luxury Travel Advisor’s fourth annual Awards of Excellence, held on Tuesday, December 6th.

Don’t forget that advisors can confirm their stay at host hotel, Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino, for $129 per night plus tax. Those who reserve in our room block will save 57 percent off the advertised nightly room rate, plus half off the nightly resort fee giving attendees an additional savings of 60% per night! To book a room, call 866-364-9512 (outside the U.S, please dial 310-590-4733; reference the 'Luxury Travel Expo Travel Advisor Block.').

Visit www.luxurytravelexpo.com.
 

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Pivoting Back to Travel, The Destination Weddings & Honeymoons Edition

2020 put the nuptial plans of thousands upon thousands of couples on hold, but with the promise of widespread vaccine distribution in the near future, it’s time to get back to planning and ensure your clients live out the destination weddings & honeymoons of their dreams. Hear from top suppliers and destinations on wedding venue & ceremony options, romantic destinations & resorts and more when you watch the event on-demand.
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