With so many Exhibit Houses to choose from, finding the right trade show rentals in Las Vegas can be a roll of the dice. Look for rental specialists with good portfolios of rental work and client testimonials, and be prepared to ask for past client references.
An Exhibit House in Las Vegas that does a fair amount of trade show rental, and personally installs the booths they rent, will have the experience you need and want. Therefore, the one that has many repeat rental clients will demonstrate that they deliver what they promise.
Furthermore, different rental companies use different materials and exhibit systems in the rental solutions they inventory and offer. We are more than happy to discuss details and weigh advantages to help you get the rental that’s right for you. Keep in mind, it’s easy to create a nice looking rendering, however, the fit and finish detail may be different in the actual booth delivered. Opt for vendors that provide a complete rental solution or “turn-key rental” that includes the graphics, AV, flooring, furniture, and onsite setup supervision. This results in a smoother, faster install without unwanted surprises and additional costs.
We are rental specialists, and trade show rental is all we do. We specialize in customized rental solutions tailored to your needs, wants and budget. We pride ourselves in giving a lot of booth for less money.
For us, Smart Rental Solutions flow from exhibit designers with solid show floor experience, it’s that simple. Our exhibit designers are also project managers and install supervisors. They know how materials look, pack, handle and perform on the show floor. As a team, we currently design and install trade show booths at events in the U.S. and Internationally, and we’ve been doing it for years. But Las Vegas is our hometown and we take pride in knowing the ins and outs of this city.
Our solutions include the booth and graphics, of course, but also the AV, furniture and flooring. All of this is seamlessly integrated for a smooth, efficient install and a great show. We dig deeper to truly leverage your industry experience with our show floor experience to help you have the BEST show possible.
To start our collaboration, we give you hundreds of design ideas to help you point us in the right direction. We revise until you’re happy. We make sure we miss nothing and you are worry free as we build, deliver and install your custom-tailored trade show rental booth. The majority of our clients are repeat customers, and we’re proud of what that says about the service we’re providing.
We work to provide better designs, with better service and lower prices in every location we serve. In truth we want your experience renting from us in Las Vegas to be as good as when you rent from us for an Orlando show, but Las Vegas is our hometown. There are advantages we can leverage to minimize costs, avoid obstacles, and better navigate last minute needs and changes.
We can get in and out of Las Vegas trade shows quickly. We know where to park, where to shop, and who to ask to get things done more quickly. Every trade show city has their own bottlenecks and difficulties, and knowing how to avoid these will save our clients time and money. Lastly, sometimes you simply need a favor. In Las Vegas, we know all the right people to help you when you need something done outside the norm.
We know trade shows! And we know what it takes for successful trade show rentals in Las Vegas.
We invite you to browse our priced rental design ideas and our Portfolio of past projects for ideas that show your style and capabilities. Simply add designs that catch your eye and tell us what you like and dislike about each. This helps us quickly dial-in the right custom-tailored design to propose for you.
Exhibiting in Las Vegas is exciting on many levels. Las Vegas is a world class resort and trade show destination. More local and international trade shows are held in Las Vegas than any other city worldwide. There are more hotel rooms, fine dining and entertainment options in Las Vegas than any other trade show city.
Las Vegas is big enough to find everything and small enough to get familiar in a short stay. Las Vegas is also in close proximity to excellent Old West attractions and scenic National Parks of Utah, Arizona and California, just in case you’re able to combine some business with pleasure as many trade show exhibitors and attendees do.
In some cities it makes more sense to rent a car. With the parking prices in Las Vegas being so high, the proximity to the airport, and number of Uber and Lyft drivers available, a rental car isn’t always the best option. Here’s a breakdown of options available. We’re happy to make suggestions based on your specific travel plans.
Rental car companies in Las Vegas are located off terminal at a consolidated rental facility. That means taking a shuttle from and to the airport which can be challenging when arriving late at night or racing to catch a flight. In addition, most hotels on the strip now charge upwards of $7/hour to park a vehicle. But, if you are wanting to play tourist before or after your trade show, this may just be the ticket.
Both Uber and Lyft operate in Las Vegas and most venues and hotels have designated pickup / drop off locations to make it more efficient for everyone.
There are third party shuttles available just outside the main terminal’s arrivals area. These shuttles will stop at multiple properties. Most hotels do offer a limo or town car service for driving you and/or your guests in style during your stay. Check with your hotel Concierge for availability and cost.
Taxis are very common at all hours around the strip in Las Vegas. When you’re out late, catching a taxi may be your best option. Just ask your server or a front desk agent to call you a taxi when your ready to leave. The taxi cost in Las Vegas is fairly comparable to Uber and Lyft.
Tip: Taxi, Uber and Lyft drivers are not allowed to drop-off or pickup passengers at the side of the road.
Your money will go further at Las Vegas hotels than it will in other trade show cities. In Las Vegas, $150 will get you a very nice room at almost any time of the year. In other trade show cities, a comparable room would be twice that price. This is good news for all exhibitors and attendees on any budget. If you want to splurge, you will be pleased with what $500 per night can provide. If you’re on a smaller budget, $50-$75 per night can also offer plenty of fun. We recommend staying with a hotel casino property. They offer more value for your money, as there is a tradition of low cost rooms at casinos to attract your gambling dollars.
Tip: Be on the lookout for hotels charging resort fees. Most Strip hotels have implemented this charge and it means that your $35 room is really $65 per night when the $30 per day resort fee is tacked on. Google “Resort Fees Las Vegas” to find the most up-to-date information on your property’s fees prior to making a reservation.
Depending on which trade show venue your show is held in, we have suggestions for each. If your trade show is held at the Las Vegas Convention Center, then any hotel / casino on the strip that’s offering the best rates will be a good choice. Staying slightly off of the strip at properties like the Orleans, or slightly older properties like the Tropicana, compete on price to fill up their rooms. For huge shows, all the strip hotels will fill up quickly. So you if you’re on a tight budget, look a little further to one of the outlying Stations Casinos like Red Rock or Green Valley Ranch for lower rates than the strip properties.
Las Vegas developers are always looking to outdo the last big destination resort. The Cosmopolitan, Aria and Wynn would top our list of most impressive accommodations, but there are many more. The Bellagio or the historical Golden Nugget on Fremont Street were top contenders of their time.
Las Vegas is unique in the variety and opulence of restaurants in just a few square miles. Depending on the time of year, Las Vegas can be a a great place to enjoy a patio breakfast or a comfortable coffee shop.
Our local favorite is the patio overlooking the pool at Red Rock Casino. This hotel/resort is 30 minutes off the strip but a beautiful property and in the heart of upscale Summerlin. Consider adding an hour to drive the nearby Red Rock State Park scenic loop ($5 entrance fee) for a short desert nature escape. Two of our other favorite breakfast spots: Mon Ami Gabi at the Paris has a very nice patio that overlooks the Bellagio fountains, and Lakeside at the Wynn has a beautifully manicured, more tranquil garden cafe.
Nearly all hotel/casinos have 24 hour coffee shops with good food and great prices. These can be your best option if you’re looking for an informal breakfast meeting close to your show hall. Starbucks are everywhere, of course, as well as many Italian style espresso shops.
For most visitors, finding a restaurant with a great view is part of the Las Vegas experience. As a result, many properties invest to give you a great view. Some give you a commanding view of the strip and neon lights, others make you feel you are in a desert oasis.
Its hard to beat the view from the Eiffel Tower restaurant that overlooks the Bellagio fountains, or the Stratosphere Top of the World steak house that rotates 400 feet above the Strip. We also like the views from Maggiano’s and Capitol Grille, located at the Fashion Show Mall, they overlook the Strip and the famous Wynn Hotel and Casino and it’s amazing lights and signs. If people watching is your thing, then consider San Marcos Square on the canal level of the Venetian Hotel and Casino.
Tip: The dress code for lunch is casual and business attire for dinner at the Eiffel Tower Restaurant. Something you may want to consider when making your reservations. You can also enjoy the full menu at the Eiffel bar.
The Parasol Down bar and nearby SW steakhouse is our favorite for oasis greenery. Both overlook the man-made lake with waterfall and free show every 30 minutes.
It’s all too common for Exhibitors to arrive to the show with boxes of product and literature destined for their booth space. With huge hotels and remote parking it’s helpful to know how to get boxes to your booth space with the least amount of effort.
The tried and true way is to get dropped off at the entrance with boxes and folding luggage cart and wheel them from the entrance into the show and to your booth space. It helps to have some hand wrap or bungee cords to secure your boxes to the cart for the journey. Any UHaul sells these supplies for about $7.
Most shows offer what they call “Cart Load Service”. For a set price (approx. $75) you can load up the back end of their electric cart and a worker will deliver your items to your booth space. This can be a good deal as often the minimum for inbound freight is $300.
When you need a last minute sign or cut vinyls there are a few good options for you in Las Vegas.
At most shows, you can go to the Exhibitor Service desk and order printed signs. You provide the artwork, material choice, and dimensions and they print and deliver your sign to your booth space and charge your credit card. This is the convenient solution but not the economical solution.
There are also a number of print shops that cater to the trade show industry and print and ship shops that all generally provide next day service. FedEx is always a good go-to and there is one located in the Las Vegas Convention Center. Our local favorite is Color Gamut as they are often open around the clock during peak trade show season.