It’s time to schedule your business’s annual tune-up, and this is where you’ll find the tools and discounts to get the most out of your experience. Use the links below to start planning for AAPEX 2020 in Las Vegas—one of America’s best travel destinations for its accessibility, affordability and extensive range of accommodations, dining and entertainment (not to mention the great weather).
AAPEX’s Official Hotel Partner, onPeak, has negotiated low rates for AAPEX attendees at a wide variety of conveniently-located hotels. Get all your housing questions answered on the AAPEX Housing FAQs page.
Book your hotel for AAPEX 2020 now and receive the most discounted rate.
onPeak is the only official housing company associated with AAPEX and SEMA. While other hotel resellers, such as Corporate Booking Services Company (CBS International), Global Housing and Convention Housing Planners, may contact you offering housing for your trip, they are not endorsed by or affiliated with AAPEX and SEMA. Entering into financial agreements with such companies can have costly consequences. To guarantee your hotel reservation, and the lowest rates, please make sure to book with onPeak.
Air Travel Guidelines
We’ve compiled a list of resources covering air travel guidelines to keep you informed as we approach November.
- Guidance for Airlines & Passenger Management
- Airlines & Airports Actively Changing Protocols
Getting around during AAPEX is easy! The Sands Expo is conveniently located in the center of Las Vegas, just moments from hotels and the excitement of the Las Vegas strip.
Complimentary shuttle bus service is available between the Sands Expo and most official AAPEX hotels, the Las Vegas Convention Center (to SEMA) and Caesars Forum Conference Center. Shuttle service is also available for a small fee to McCarran International Airport (LAS) on select days.
The estimated cost of taxi service from McCarran International Airport (LAS) to the Sands Expo is $15 to $35.
For information on convenient public transportation options, visit the Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada (RTC) website.
The Las Vegas Monorail travels through various hotels on the Las Vegas Strip. More information, including tickets and schedules, can be found on their website.