Exploring Our Las Vegas Convention
The excitement is building as we continue to bring you another fantastic convention. The convention team is working hard to assure that your 2022 convention experience is among your top trips this year.
On the 29th you can start checking in and then take a minute to say hello at our welcome reception. That is tentatively scheduled for 6pm – 8pm. That gives everyone a bit of time to get in, register, grab a snack and then check out the slots or explore Fremont Street. It was decided to go with this later date due to the high temperatures that Las Vegas is known for. We should be in the 80’s for our visit. It can get a little cooler in the evening so pack a sweater.
You will find a few changes in how we do things this year. We have shortened the convention to 4 days to make it more affordable. The Installation will now be held at the Closing Banquet tentatively. We will not be having a First Timers event but will make sure that they are recognized. Everything else will pretty much be the same. Check out our tentative schedule.
You will get a taste of Old Vegas during your stay. The oldest casino, Golden Gate, which is right around the corner from us opened in 1906. There is a Neon Museum where you can see all of the vintage signs from old casinos of days gone by. Right next to the Golden Nugget you can see “Vegas Vic”, the iconic neon cowboy that was designed in 1947. His wife, Vegas Vicki is currently getting a much-needed spa break and will be on display at the new Circa Las Vegas Resort. Into those haunted places? Well, Vegas has that as we… Hotel Apache first opened in 1932 and is said to be the most haunted spot in Las Vegas. Many workers and guests claim they have seen and heard the spirits of the past. Check out the Mob Museum as well and check out the Vegas gangster past. Afterwards, stop at the speakeasy and belly up to the bar.
Transportation needs? We have you covered.
Budget Rent-A-Car booth is conveniently located in our Carson Tower Lobby, and will have you driving off in one of their reliable and affordable rental cars in no time. For more information call 702.568.2212 or visit https://www.budget.com/en/locations/us/nv/las-vegas.
Get non-stop shuttle service between Golden Nugget Las Vegas and the airport with Lasxpress. One-way tickets are $15 and can be purchased by calling 702.472.8688 or visit www.goldennuggetairport.com.
We do have free parking! For valet parking it is $15 per night.
Need a little ME time. It awaits you. An on-premise spa and salon will cater to your every whim. From skincare to massage you will see your stress vanish. You can’t miss, The Tank, a $30 million dollar pool complex. It features a 200,000 gallon shark tank and 17 private cabanas over 3 separate floors. Some serious fun. Plenty of places to eat from Chick-fil-A to the Chart House to Starbucks to get your coffee on.
Keep your eyes open for more details on making your hotel reservation and registering for the 2022 Convention. We hope to be ready no later than mid-March Check us out on Facebook or our WMA Convention page
Golden Nugget Covid Policy
The policies of the hotel for guests are as follows. https://www.goldennugget.com/las-vegas/Notice/
Team Member and Guest Health:
The health and safety of our team members and guests is our number one priority. All vaccinated and unvaccinated guests and employees are required to wear a face mask while in this establishment.
All vaccinated and unvaccinated guests and employees are required to wear a face mask while in this establishment. Masks must be worn over the nose and mouth unless actively eating, drinking, or smoking. Masks are available at the security podium on the casino floor, table games, hotel front desk, and the parking garage booth. Limousines will be cleaned before and after each use. Please note that the CDC advises that older adults and people of any age who have serious underlying medical conditions might be at higher risk for severe illness from COVID-19. Guests should evaluate their risk in determining whether to attend. People who show no symptoms can spread COVID-19 if they are infected. Any interaction with the general public poses an elevated risk of being exposed to COVID-19. We cannot guarantee that you will not be exposed during your visit. We appreciate your cooperation during this unprecedented time. For more information, please visit CDC.gov/coronavirus.