By Rachel Tatum
Well-known for its iconic fountains and indoor gardens, the Bellagio offers guests some of the most stimulating free attractions.
As one of the premier travel destinations in the world, Las Vegas offers visitors countless housing options. Whether you’re seeking a room within walking distance of the SEMA Show, prefer a luxurious five-star hotel or are looking for the most economical option with free parking, the SEMA Show’s official housing provider onPeak is available to assist online.
Here are seven great options to consider:
Aria Resort & Casino
Why you should consider the Aria Resort & Casino: Aria offers state-of-the-art rooms with automated curtains, lights, temperature and more. Use the “goodnight” button next to the bed to turn off all the lights and the TV, or to close the curtains. Aria is also a great option for those who like to have hotel and shopping options included. The resort offers 16 restaurants, 15 bars and lounges, 12 shops, three pools and more.
Why you should consider the Bellagio: Located just two miles from the SEMA Show, the Bellagio is a great Five-Star hotel located near the convention center. Like many hotels that are included in the official SEMA Show block, the Bellagio has complimentary hotel shuttle service available to and from the SEMA Show during the event. Well-known for its iconic fountains and indoor gardens, the Bellagio offers guests some of the most stimulating free attractions.
Why you should consider Circus Circus: Circus Circus is a great option for those traveling on a budget. With a peak rate of $130 for a double occupancy, the rate can be as low as $50 per night during the week of the SEMA Show. The fee includes in-room Wi-Fi and perks, such as free food or drinks under certain conditions.
Encore at Wynn Las Vegas
Why you should consider the Encore at Wynn Las Vegas: For a five-star hotel, the Encore offers bang for your buck. Room rates are consistent throughout the week of the SEMA Show and include in-room internet access, as well as two free fitness center passes per day. Hotel guests also receive complimentary valet parking. Some nights for the Encore have already sold out, so you’ll have to hurry if you want to book here.
Why you should consider the Excalibur Hotel: With rates ranging from $75–$115 per night, the Excalibur is a budget-friendly option. The fee includes in-room Wi-Fi, daily newspaper and access to a state-of-the art fitness center overlooking the pool. Facials, massages and other spa treatments can be purchased for a small fee. Complimentary shuttle service is also available between the hotel and the SEMA Show.
Hilton Grand Vacations–Las Vegas Convention Center
Why you should consider the Hilton Grand Vacations – Las Vegas Convention Center: Located just steps away from the Convention Center, the Hilton has several suites from which to choose. Whether you’re looking for a one bedroom with a king bed and a sofa bed, or a studio suite complete with a kitchen, washer/dryer and separate living area, the Hilton Grand Vacations is a great option.
Why you should consider the Stratosphere: Just more than a mile from the SEMA Show, the Stratosphere offers its guests many complimentary benefits, including valet, self-parking, a fitness center and Wi-Fi. Unwind after a day of meetings and getting business done by ordering 24-hour room service or check out Top of the World—the tallest freestanding observation tower in the United States.
Regardless of which hotel you decide to stay, booking through onPeak—the official SEMA Show housing provider—provides guaranteed risk-free low rates. The site includes more than 40 hotels, giving Showgoers options depending on their needs and budgets.