4D SUMMIT 2013

TRAVEL INFORMATION

Fabulous Las Vegas

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Learn more about the destination that is hosting what will be the most spectacular 4D Summit to date.

Sin City. Glitter Gulch. The Entertainment Capital of the World. Las Vegas, Nevada, has many nicknames and is famous for many things – the biggest casinos, the biggest-name restaurants, world-class museums, world-famous nightlife. It's also the biggest destination for conventions and conferences – and 4D Summit is coming!

 

The event takes place October 15-19 at The Cosmpolitan of Las Vegas, selected by Travel + Leisure magazine as one of the best hotels in the world. Located directly on the Las Vegas Strip, The Cosmopolitan provides extensive amenities for business, fitness, dining, and more.

 

Specially negotiated hotel room pricing for this event are $209.00 per night plus tax, and include in-room high speed internet access. We invite you to make your reservations online as early as possible or by directly calling the hotel’s reservation line:

  • 1(855) 435-0005 (USA/Canada toll-free)
  • 1(855) 455-1055 (international toll-free)

 


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Getting There

Las Vegas' McCarran International Airport (LAS) is three miles away from the conference location, and provides connections from major carriers around the United States and the world. Please review the airport's travel options to choose from a wide range of transit to and from the conference site. Taxis from the airport range from approximately $10 to $20 based on traffic and the route taken.

 

The conference is also within road trip distance from Los Angeles (300 miles) and San Diego (325 miles) on Interstate 15; or via US Route 93 from Phoenix (300 miles).

 

The Cosmopolitan provides location and driving directions on its Web site.  

 

About Las Vegas, Nevada

Las Vegas is the largest city in Nevada, flanked by the Mojave Desert to the west and Lake Mead to the east. Established in the 20th century, Las Vegas is a young city, built up around the construction of Hoover Dam, legalized gambling, and a thriving tourist and convention industry that has led to the construction of some of the world's biggest and most lavish resorts. Its draw as a vacation and event destination has attracted a competitive offering of spectacles and attractions, making it a must for world-renowned entertainers, moguls and chefs to establish an outpost. In short, there is no shortage of things to do in Las Vegas.

 

There are also outdoor activities at nearby Lake Mead and Red Rock Canyon, ensuring that you can take advantage of the area's sunny weather and get outdoors for a while. Further afield are the Grand Canyon (Arizona), Death Valley (California) and Zion National Park (Utah) for those who'd like to take a scenic road trip before or after the event.

 

Weather

While Las Vegas is fully in the desert, temperatures are milder in autumn. The month of October enjoys warm temperatures (while much cooler at night) and very low precipitation.

  • Average high is 81ºF/27ºC
  • Average low is 59ºF/15ºC
  • Average rainfall 0.3in/7.6mm