The Circa Resort and Casino in downtown Las Vegas will open its 35,000 square feet of meeting and convention space in September.
Available for immediate booking, the property will offer groups of visitors audio and visual capabilities and customizable space for parties of up to 1,000 people.
Specifically, the meeting and convention area will include a ballroom, breakout rooms and banquet space. In addition, there will be pre-function areas and a 1,600 square foot outdoor terrace. Decorated to complement Circa’s mid-century, art deco and modern styles, the spaces were designed by JCJ Architecture with an original design concept from Steelman Partners.
The openness is significant given the lack of conventions during the Covid-19 pandemic, hence the need for Las Vegas to return to its old self. As Oliver Lovat once wrote in gambling america magazine“The truth is, if you took gambling away from Las Vegas, the city would probably survive. But if you took the conventions away, the city would have a serious problem.”
“As meetings and conventions make a comeback in Las Vegas, we are thrilled to introduce our stunning new event spaces to meet this moment,” said Derek Stevens, CEO of Circa.
“Since opening, we have worked tirelessly to meet this next phase of growth and deliver a remarkable experience for meeting planners and attendees. Deep down inside, we love throwing a big event, and we’ve thought of every detail to help you do it on any scale, with our resort as your backdrop.
This new area will be equipped with the latest technologies and will include LED lighting and adaptive and intelligent HVAC systems.
Sasha Lee, Circa’s Director of Sales, said, “In addition to our new meeting spaces, planners can book events across the resort in creative spaces including the world’s largest sports betting venue; a year-round pool amphitheater; renowned chef restaurants and much more. We’ve worked to create a unique meeting experience, and our team of experts will help you create an event destination that allows businesses to work hard, and later, play hard.