Paris Las Vegas Casino & Resort
3655 Las Vegas Blvd South
Las Vegas, NV 89109
42.9 million Visitors came to Las Vegas last year…. But the ones you want to see will all be staying at the Paris Las Vegas October 8-11, 2017!
The Paris Las Vegas is a French-themed hotel and resort that is among the best-known and beloved in Las Vegas. NCBJ selected this venue because of its strategic location on the Strip, and its relatively compact venue. The conference educational area is a pleasant stroll from the guest rooms, and the Paris boasts of shops, restaurants, and other amenities you will pass on the way. Why stay at another property with a 30-minute hike separating your guest room and the meetings? Or battle the traffic on the Strip driving to the conference, when you could be lounging in the newly opened Bistro in the Paris, sitting at an intimate table socializing with colleagues?
NCBJ has reserved a block of attendee rooms at the lowest possible price (only $189/night, plus tax). Our block rate is lower than any Internet-based rate that the Paris will offer during our conference dates, and rivals the lowest prices offered by other distant hotels. Coupled with the fact that the $36/day resort fee is waived for our room block, and in-room Internet access is FREE for NCBJ group block rooms, you can agree that you won’t find a better deal with the same level of convenience anywhere in Las Vegas!
Come join us! To reserve your room, visit the special NCBJ registration link. Be sure to make your reservations early! Last year we had to turn people away from our official hotel at the Marriott in San Francisco. Don’t make the same mistake they made! At these rates, the NCBJ rooms are sure to sell out early, well before the August 30th cut-off date. And since space is limited, once these rooms are booked, they are gone forever!
NCBJ does not use any third-party hotel reservation companies. Please only book directly through the secure reservation NCBJ link via this conference website. If any company other than NCBJ does contact you, please tell them to remove you from their call list and let NCBJ know that you were solicited.