Travel Tips

Getting There

McCarran International Airport is a commercial airport serving the exciting city of Las Vegas and the entire Clark County. The airport is only five miles south of the Las Vegas central business district, less than a mile from the famous Las Vegas Strip, and only ten minutes from our host hotel - the M Resort. It is also conveniently situated between inter-state highways.

Most travelers will arrive into terminal 1, which services the following airlines: Allegiant, American, Delta, Southwest and Spirit. Terminal 2 services international passengers. Terminal 3 services,  Alaska, Frontier, Jet Blue and United among other. Check the airline discount below for your preferred airlines.

Airline Discounts

If you can think of an airline, chances are it services Las Vegas. Stay tune as we secure discounts on several of the most popular airlines.

Rights Holders: We respectfully ask that you use one of the airlines we have secured a discount on for your travel. If one of those airlines does not serve your destination or another air carrier offers a significant discount you are welcome to use them. 

Shuttle

McCarran International Airport (LAS) is just 10 miles from the M Resort. Scheduled shuttle service is available from both the airport and to the strip(see the schedule below).

Several taxi companies provide pick up outside of the baggage claim area. Cab fare from the airport to the M Resort will cost approximately $32.

Uber & Lyft
Terminal 1 Pick-up point:

Customers using Uber or Lyft arriving at Terminal 1 must go to the Parking Garage and wait on Level 2M of McCarran International Airport Las Vegas to get a pick-up from their driver (see photo). Please follow the Rideshare service signs.

Terminal 3 Pick-up point:

Customers using Uber or Lyft arriving at Terminal 3 must go to the Parking Garage and wait on the valet level of McCarran International Airport Las Vegas to get a pick-up from their driver (see photo).  Please follow the Rideshare service signs.

Host Hotel

The host hotel for this years US Sports Congress will be the M Resort. 

 

The specially negotiated rate for the US Sports Congress is: $125.00/night plus tax (based on double occupancy). If you are arriving before Sunday (12/6) you will need to call the hotel as rooms are only available on a limited basis. To ake reservations simple click on the blub button above or call the resort at 1-877-673-7678 and mention code SUSC20. 

Please note, if you are a Rights Holder, your reservations will be made for you.

Enjoy panoramic views of the Las Vegas Strip and the mountains through the M Resort hotel’s unique floor-to-ceiling windows that invite the outside in. Stretch out poolside and escape the heat with a cold drink. Dine on everything from prime steaks and seafood to Asian fusion and homemade pasta to our award-winning buffet. Enjoy a day of pampering or stay fit in our world-class Spa Mio, which features a full-service salon and gym with private lockers.

Experience the quality and originality of this Forbes Travel Guide Four Star and AAA Four Diamond hotel resort in Henderson, Nevada, and make some memories.

Nearby Attractions

 If you think you know Las Vegas, take another look around. Today’s Vegas has professional hockey, destination-worthy art, e-sports temples and magic mountains in addition to the Las Vegas casinosbuffets and shows that you're used to. So if you're looking to spend a weekend in Sin City, let us suggest some eye-popping production shows, soul-soothing spas, pools that are parties and amazing restaurants where your dinner just flew into town. Use this as your personal list of things to do in Las Vegas, then go forth, explore and fall under Vegas’s spell all over again.

RESTAURANTS

It’s hardly news that Las Vegas is a culinary destination. On the four-mile Strip there are so many Michelin-starred chefs and bold-face names that you can hardly waddle out of one astounding meal before wandering past the potential site of the next one and the one after that. But today, the best restaurants in Las Vegas aren’t limited to the casinos. Increasingly, chefs who’ve trained and worked on the Strip are taking their talents to the neighborhoods, striking out with fresh, exciting (and slightly less expensive) restaurants that now rank among the city’s favorites. Whether you want Tokyo-style sushi, homemade pasta, truly exceptional steak or category-obliterating Spanish-Japanese cuisine, Las Vegas is ready provide. Dig in or click here for some suggestions! 

 

SECRET LAS VEGAS...

To the untrained eye, Vegas is an over-the-top, in-your-face destination that earns its reputation as Sin City, but there's also a secret Las Vegas just beneath the surface of the glittering Strip. Hidden among the Las Vegas casinos and tucked away in the back rooms of the bars in Vegas and the restaurants in Vegas, you’ll find these hidden gems ... if you look hard enough. Or you can escape to some of the lesser known, underrated attractions in the area, where you’ll find unexpected art and nature. So after you check off your bucket list of things to do on the Strip, discover the hidden gems that make up secret Las Vegas.

 

NIGHTLIFE

We've had our share of late-night vegas stops. But if you're looking for unique suggestions this list is a good place to start.

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