South Point Hotel: We Make It Easy!

By Sponsored Content, June 4, 2016

The South Point is a great place to brainstorm, network, close deals, climb the ladder and then call it a day with its many luxurious amenities. The South Point caters to many demographics. We are a “locals’” hotel, taking care of the Las Vegas natives with great food and gaming. We have an equestrian center/arena that hosts events from motocross to rodeos. We have 175,000 square feet of meeting and exhibit space for any size group. And we have entertainment including a movie theater with 16 screens, a bowling center, bingo and so much more. The South Point is a one-stop destination for a meeting, conference, trade show or any other event you are planning.


Guest rooms: 2,163
Nearest airport: McCarran International
Convention center: on-site
Meeting space: 70,000 square feet
Meeting rooms: 22
Largest meeting room: 25,000 square feet
Exhibit hall and arena: 80,000 square feet
Exhibit hall meeting rooms: 4


8 sessions of bingo daily
24-hour, 22-table, nonsmoking poker room
60 table games, 2,390 slot and video poker machines


“The sales and catering team takes the time to know you and your conference to help create the perfect venue for your attendees. The property is second to none, offering so many diverse amenities and a variety of dining establishments that vary in price and cuisine to meet all of our attendees’ dining needs. Guest rooms offer a five-star experience at affordable prices. Their suite options provide unique opportunities to host additional private events, as some rooms are 2,500 square feet. The South Point is a great venue for a business meeting and an excellent place to host a conference.”
—Howard Weiss

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