Almost two years after it opened amid the pandemic, Circa Resort & Casino in downtown Las Vegas will unveil 35,000 square feet of meetings and convention space this fall.
Such large gatherings are continuing to build momentum, and Circa CEO Derek Stevens says the time is right for the property to expand its offerings.
"Since our opening, we have been working tirelessly to meet this next phase of growth and provide a remarkable experience for meeting planners and attendees," Stevens said. "At our core, we love to throw a great event, and we've thought through every detail to help you do that on any scale, with our resort as your backdrop."
Accommodating groups of up to 1,000, the space will complement Circa's midcentury, art deco and modern design motifs. The five main meetings spaces are named after iconic Las Vegas motels: Galaxy, Starlite, Carousel, Ambassador La Concha and the Bonanza Office, a hard-walled office space with 192 square feet of private space.
The area will feature a ballroom, breakout rooms and banquet space, adjacent prefunction space and a 1,600-square-foot outdoor terrace. Audio and visual capabilities will include 16K laser projectors and LED screens.