Hotel and Travel

WHERE TO STAY: THE RIO     |     FROM THE AIRPORT

The 14th Annual ADRP International Conference will take place at the Rio in Las Vegas. The hotel is located just off the Las Vegas Strip and is a short walk away from world-class restaurants, entertainment, and upscale shopping. Join us in Las Vegas for business and networking, and then relax afterwards with a dip in the pool or an adventure to Hoover Dam! The Rio is also close to the airport so you won't have any trouble getting there, or going home.


 Top 3 Reasons Why You Should Stay at the Rio

1. Unbeatable Prices
Save money when you stay at the Rio! Take advantage of ADRP's special hotel discount so you can spend your money on where it truly matters.

2. The Rio is located off the Strip
Avoid traffic and be stress-free! Avoid the hustle and bustle of the unpredictable morning traffic and be at ease knowing that the conference is just an elevator ride away when you stay at the Rio.

3. World-class restaurants, premier entertainment, upscale shopping, and more!
Whether you are in for a quick bite, buffet, or perhaps an upscale dining experience, the Rio offers a multitude of dining options that will satisfy your inner foodie.


Where to stay

The instructions below are the ONLY official way to reserve hotel rooms included in the ADRP block. Please beware of companies claiming to be the official housing agency for the 14th Annual ADRP International Conference. ADRP does not use a housing bureau, and any company (Example: Conventioneers.us) making this claim is NOT authorized to act on our behalf.

 

Conference Hotel: The Rio Las Vegas
3700 W. Flamingo Road
Las Vegas, NV 89103
(866) 746-7671

 

Room Rates: 
$119 (single/double)
+
$29 per night resort fee*

 

Book your reservation today online. Rooms will be available at the above rates 3 nights prior to and 3 nights after the event. The cut-off date for making a room reservation at the discounted rate is Friday, September 8, 2017. Please note that reservations will be taken on a space-available basis at the prevailing hotel rates until the cut-off date. After that date, it is at the hotel's discretion whether to accept additional reservations at the group rate.

* A daily resort fee of $29 per room, per night (plus applicable taxes) is charged by the hotel in addition to the room rate. This resort fee includes unlimited local phone calls, two (2) guest admissions per day to the Fitness Center and in-room internet access to include two (2) devices per room, per day.

Please note that similar to other Las Vegas hotels, the Rio requires all reservations to be guaranteed with a deposit for the first night's guestroom and tax charge. This charge will be billed to your credit card immediately and the payment credited to your final hotel bill in September. The hotel allows individuals to cancel their reservations without penalty up to 72 hours prior to your scheduled arrival. Your deposit will be credited back to your credit card should you cancel prior to the 72-hour cutoff.

Hotel check in time: 4:00 pm; Check out time: 11:00 am.

Getting There

Airport: McCarran International Airport
Travel Distance: Approximately 7.2 miles, 10 minutes

Shuttle Services for Hire

Prior to your arrival at McCarran International Airport, prearrange any shuttle services you will require for transportation to/from the airport. You can search shuttle, town car, SUV, and limo service options through the McCarran Airport website.

Travel Time: 25+ minutes, depending on the service selected

Taxi

Estimated Fare: $30 - 46 USD, includes tip
Travel Time: 10 - 15 minutes

Public Bus Transportation

From the airport, you will need to make one transfer between the airport and the Rio. Bus terminals are located outside the Zero Level at McCarran International Airport. Please be sure to check your route with your driver, and plan ahead for warm weather. More details can be found on the McCarran Airport website. Base Fare: $6 USD

Travel Time: 30 to 60 minutes, varies by route

Driving Directions from
McCarran International Airport

● Head east on Wayne Newton Blvd
● Take the ramp to Las Vegas/Henderson/I-15/I-215
● Merge onto NV-171/Paradise Road, continue to follow NV-171
● Keep right at the fork, follow signs for I-215 W/Las Vegas and merge onto I-215 
● Take exit 12A for I-15 N toward Las Vegas
● Keep right at the fork and merge onto I-15 N
● Take exit 38 for Flamingo Road
● Keep left at the fork, follow signs for West Flamingo Road
● Turn left onto Dunes Rd/W Flamingo Road, continue to follow W Flamingo Road
● Turn right onto Hotel Rio Dr

Travel Time: 10 - 15 minutes

 

Questions? Please contact us at conference@adrp.net or 1-800-341-0014      



Updates about the Rio:

ADRP staff learned on June 11th that two out of town guests at the Rio Hotel in Las Vegas, one in March and one in April, contracted Legionnaire’s disease. Their only commonality was staying at the Rio. They both fully recovered and no other cases are known. The Nevada Health Department checked the Rio’s water source and found trace amounts of the bacteria. The hotel promptly disinfected the entire water system and the property has remained open for business as usual with no additional reports of health issues.

ADRP is 100% confident that the hotel is safe and there is no issue now, nor will there be in September. We immediately notified ADRP members for full transparency and because we feel there is nothing to hide. We look forward to another terrific ADRP conference.

Updated June 22, 2017