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Business Hotels in Las Vegas

Travelers usually think of Las Vegas as sin city, where young people from all over the world go to party and let loose. However, Las Vegas is also one of the most popular cities in the world for conferences and business meetings, and it hosts employees from thousands of companies every year. If you are visiting the city for work or like to mix your business with pleasure in Vegas, below are the best hotels for your stay.
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A Perfect Blend of Luxury and Business at the Aria
If you are in Las Vegas for a conference, chances are high you will have to head down to the modern 300,000 square foot downtown convention center. If so, stay at the Aria Resort to play poker and grab a drink just a few steps away from your next meeting. The Aria Resort is actually connected to the Convention Center, and it provides easy access to all the meeting spaces. Free wi-fi and a fully equipped business center within the hotel help you work, while the Aria's luxurious spa services, enormous pool, and award-winning dining options will help you relax after a long day of meetings.
from $75
The Hilton is Next to the Convention Center
The Hilton is next to the convention center, and it is a perfect choice for those looking for a less extreme Las Vegas experience. The hotel does not attract the young party crowds of the other Las Vegas hotels, partly because there is no casino inside the Hilton. Stay in any of the Wi-fi-equipped 1,239 rooms of the Hilton and gain access to a range of relaxing facilities: a hotel spa, fitness center, pool, and bar. If you want to take your work back to your place, use the hotel's 462 square feet of meeting rooms for your business. For a quick break from your meetings, walk to the nearby Las Vegas Country Club or Fashion Show Mall.
from $89
Embassy Suites Caters to Businessmen on a Budget
Whether your conference is at the Las Vegas Convention Center or the Sands Expo Convention Center, the Embassy Suites Convention Center is in a prime location; it is minute away from both convention sites. You can expect a spacious and quiet room that makes you feel miles away from the chaos of the Strip at an affordable price. The 286 rooms are all equipped with Wi-fi, cable programming, and desks to help you work.  
from $119
Luxury Business and Shopping at Mid-Range Prices at Trump International
If you want a touch of Las Vegas luxury without the associated crowds and noise, head to the Trump International Hotel. The classic high-end Trump decor, amazing views from the 64-story hotel, and a great location near major Vegas shopping destinations make this hotel seem out of reach for budget travelers. Yet since the Trump is removed from the strip and does not include a casino, room prices are surprisingly affordable and make it a perfect lodging option for the business traveler.  
from $199
Win at Wynn With Work, Play, and Fine Dining
For the business traveler, the Wynn is worth the extra splurge. This hotel has it all: 200,000 square feet of business facilities, a business center with mini suites for each visitor, and a golf course where you can entertain clients and co-workers. If you are a work hard, play hard kind of person, after a long day of meetings you can head to one of the three Michelin restaurants (Alex, Brasserie, Wing Lei), try your luck at roulette, or dance all night at the Wynn's famous XS nightclub. Tastefully decorated rooms with sweeping views of Las Vegas will guarantee you a relaxing end to the day.
from $41
TI is a Treasure for Road-Weary Business Travelers
Close to it all, TI – Treasure Island Hotel and Casino is a haven for business travelers who still want to pack a bit of fun and adventure into their trip. Located near the Fashion District, TI is only a quick five-minute walk from the Sands Expo Convention Center, so arriving on time to your trade show or other business function is a breeze. Free Wi-Fi and High Speed Internet Access is available in all rooms, so you won’t have trouble catching up on emails during your trip. When you’re ready to relax, TI has you covered with a full-service salon and spa. If you’re really looking to blow off some steam, you can take in a show or down a drink at one of the many on-site bars and lounges. Rooms are equipped with luxurious touches, like marble soaking tubs and plush, pillow-top mattresses for when you’re ready to turn in for the night.
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