Travel and Lodging
Aria Las Vegas
3730 South Las Vegas Blvd
Las Vegas, NV 89158
(866) 359 7757
Deadline for Discount Rate:
The 2020 Minimally Invasive Surgery Symposium will take place at the Aria Las Vegas, an ultra modern property conveniently located in the heart of Las Vegas, where we have arranged for a discount room rate of just $229* a night for MISS participants. To make your reservation, please call (866) 359 7757 and identify yourself as a MISS attendee to receive the discounted rate.
Dealine for discount room rates is Feb. 13, 2020, but we urge you to make your arrangements before that date as our room block will sell out.
*plus $37 amenity fee
Aria Las Vegas Statement:
- There are no confirmed cases in Las Vegas or the state of Nevada.
- The U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC) continues to report that the threat to the U.S. general population is “low.”
- Regarding prevention and steps taken: We are following recommendations from the Southern Nevada Health District (SNHD), which focus on general CDC guidance around flu prevention (washing hands, avoiding touching face).
- We are also continuing to maintain rigorous cleanliness and safety standards throughout our resorts.
- MGM Resorts is in close contact with the SNHD and we will continue monitoring developments and following the guidance of health officials.
Travel Ban Impact/Cancellations:
- MGM Resorts International understands this is an unfortunate circumstance.
- As a business compromise, attendees from impacted areas in China who are unable to travel Las Vegas will be deducted from any attrition damages that may be applicable to the event – provided the event moves forward as contracted and is not otherwise cancelled.
- As a business compromise, any event that has more than 50 percent of attendees from impacted areas in China and is unable to travel to Las Vegas will be handled on a case-by-case basis.
- We’ve taken comprehensive steps to prepare for all potential health and safety risks and have worked to ensure our resorts are prepared for any potential impacts of the virus.
- Our security and operations teams continually update their health and safety plans and procedures to ensure they remain as effective as possible. This includes:
- Proactive procurement of supplies and materials (masks, etc)
- Detailed protocols and procedures for handling of all types of contagious illnesses and other potential health hazards.
- Our teams have focused on proactive cleaning and sanitation procedures. These include:
- Placing hand sanitizer dispensing stations in high-traffic, visible areas. Examples may include entrances, exits, bathrooms, elevator landings, hotel lobby, showrooms, etc.
- Reinforcing cleaning and disinfectant procedures, with focus on:
- Faucets and toilet flush levers
- Doorknobs and locks
- Desk and table surfaces
- Hangers, safes, light/air switches
- TV remotes, radio controls and telephones
As always, health and safety preparation and planning are top priorities for us.