Caesars Forum is a 550,000-square-foot conference center opening in March 2020 at the heart of the Las Vegas Strip. The $375 M development, the first facility of this size built on a single level, will host meetings and events in the two largest pillarless ballrooms in the world. Caesars Forum has already secured $300M in business, with 75 percent of those contracts being new business.
Location: Las Vegas, Nevada
Scope: More than 300,000 square feet of flexible meeting space
Participants can enjoy restaurant-quality food prepared by an award-winning culinary staff. Complete buyouts are available for Caesars Entertainment’s restaurants, cafes, and lounges, and dine-around arrangements are also available to allow guests to sample different venues—all with one contact, one contract, and one food and beverage minimum.
- Conference space can accommodate more than 10,000 attendees.
- A 100,000-square-foot, dedicated outdoor plaza will be ideal for receptions, wellness breaks, and meals.
- The center will offer direct access to Harrah’s Las Vegas, Flamingo Las Vegas, The Linq Hotel + Experience, and The Linq Promenade.
- More than 20,000 rooms will be easily accessible at eight Caesars Entertainment properties.
With the main entrance located near the base of the world-famous High Roller, Caesars Forum will offer direct access to the LINQ Promenade, an entertainment, restaurant, and retail complex. The Colosseum at Caesars Palace is suitable for general sessions.
From trade associations to fashion, technology, telecom, sports, entertainment, education, and wellness industries, Caesars Forum will accommodate more than 10,000 participants and features over 100 breakout rooms, while still flexible enough for small meetings. More than 2.1 miles of airwalls provide limitless configurations.
Forum Plaza, the only 100,000-square-foot dedicated outdoor meeting and event space in Las Vegas, can be used for breakfast, lunch, or dinner under the stars, as well as wellness breaks, receptions, and corporate social responsibility activities.
With direct access to 8,500 rooms at Harrah’s Las Vegas, Flamingo Las Vegas, and The Linq Hotel + Experience, the center will also be within walking distance to eight Caesars Entertainment properties, including Caesars Palace, providing accessibility to 20,000 rooms.