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Analysts say Japan could be a lucrative market for Las Vegas' gaming companies.
LAS VEGAS (AP) — Las Vegas is drawing more millennial and first-time visitors.
A report from the resort's biggest travel booster released Wednesday shows 34 percent of Las Vegas visitors in 2016 were millennials. That's up from 24 percent in 2015.
The average cost of one night at a Las Vegas hotel has climbed to an all-time high, heralding good news for resort owners but empty wallets for visitors.
Officials say Las Vegas drew a record number of visitors for a third straight year, attracting 42.9 million tourists to town in 2016.
A new report shows tourism spending in Utah climbed to a new high of $7.98 billion, driven in part by record visitation to the state's five national parks.
Nevada is renewing its efforts to attract Chinese tourists after shutting down a Beijing tourism office it operated for a decade.
LAS VEGAS (AP) — The number of airport passengers going through Las Vegas keeps going up, but fewer of them are international travelers.
Last year, Las Vegas hit a new record with more than 42 million tourists visiting the valley.
Nevada is opening a tourism office in India, hoping to capture a larger share of travelers coming to the U.S.
Lt. Governor Mark Hutchison said in a statement Monday that he's headed to New Delhi to launch the new international branch promoting travel and tourism to Nevada.
Las Vegas tourism officials say the destination continues to attract more visitors with 3.4 million people filling Sin City in November, a nearly 4 percent increase compared to a year ago.
Nevada is launching a fresh tourism campaign focused on attracting adventure-loving millennials to the state — especially to the rural areas less trafficked than Las Vegas.