Find all the information you need to ensure smooth travel, an enjoyable visit to Las Vegas, and successful attendance at the CRF® 29th Annual Interventional Cardiology Fellows Course.
The headquarters for Fellows 2024 is Resorts World Las Vegas, a new property on the Las Vegas strip that comprises Hilton hotels, meeting centers, casinos, dining, retail shopping, and resort facilities.
Resorts World Las Vegas
3000 South Las Vegas Boulevard
Las Vegas, Nevada 89109
Two hotel-booking processes apply: one for fellows accepted through the application process, and one for nonqualifying fellows and paid registrants.
Please read below.
Fellows Accepted Through the Application Process
CRF will reserve and pay for your hotel room on your behalf. Do not make your own hotel reservations or contact the hotel directly for reservations. Hotel reservations you make independently will not be honored for reimbursement. You will receive detailed information about hotel and travel in your Fellows 2024 acceptance letter.
Nonqualifying Fellows and Paid Registrants
To book your hotel for Fellows 2024, you must be registered for the program. If you have not already done so, register now. After you register, you will receive booking information in your registration confirmation email. Already registered? Check your email!
CRF has set aside a limited block of rooms at Resorts World Las Vegas, the site of the meeting, at a discounted rate for nonqualifying fellows and paid registrants. You must book your hotel through the link provided in your confirmation email to receive the Fellows 2024 rate (subject to availability).
Hotel booking for nonqualifying fellows and paid registrants opens on December 7, 2023.
Book early for the best chance to secure the Fellows 2024 rate. Rooms at this rate are limited, available on a first-come, first-served basis through 5:00 PM PDT on March 17, 2024 or until inventory in the block is fully booked — whichever occurs first. Hotel accommodations and the Fellows 2024 rate are subject to availability.
When you book your room: An initial deposit of the first night’s room rate plus applicable taxes will be charged to confirm your reservation. A daily resort fee of US$42 per room plus applicable taxes will apply for each night of your stay.
When you check in: You must be at least 21 years of age, provide a government-issued ID, and provide a credit or debit card for all room charges and a nightly incidental hold.
If you need to cancel: Room cancellation must be made in accordance with the hotel cancellation policy. Reservations must be canceled at least 48 hours prior to the check-in time of your arrival date in order to receive a refund of your initial deposit. You will forfeit your initial deposit if you cancel your reservation less than 48 hours before check-in time.
CAUTION! Watch out for booking scams! Fraudulent websites can pose as official websites of CRF and Fellows 2024. To avoid scams, be sure to book ONLY through the CRF housing link. Please see more about how to avoid booking scams.
Food and Beverage
Resorts World Las Vegas offers a variety of dining options.
Satellite breakfast and lunch programs include breakfast and lunch for attendees during designated check-in times in each program room.
Coat and Bag Check
We recommend leaving your luggage with the hotel bell desk. For security, do not leave your items unattended.
Harry Reid International Airport (LAS) is just six miles from Resorts World Las Vegas. Due to traffic conditions, the six-mile drive can take up to 30-40 minutes, so plan accordingly. You’ll find taxis, ride-share servies, and car-rental services, on the ground transportation level of the terminals.
If you drive to Las Vegas or rent a car at the airport, you can self-park at the Resorts World Las Vegas for US$18 per entry (plus tax). Convenient valet parking is also available, ranging from US$25 – US$75. Patrons are encouraged to park in the guest parking garage off Goh Tong Way and Sammy Davis Jr. Valet and Rideshare options are available off Goh Tong Way at South Valet.
If you are attending via the fellows application process, please refer to your acceptance letter for information on what is reimbursable and what is not.
Get To Know Las Vegas
Located at the southwest tip of Nevada, in the Mojave desert, Las Vegas is internationally known as a center for world-class entertainment, fine dining, and large gambling casinos. It ranks as one of the world’s most visited tourist destinations.
But Las Vegas is more than gambling and entertainment. If you are arriving early or staying after Fellows 2024, you can enjoy many nearby attractions. The city is home to several museums, such as the Neon Museum (with the city’s historical signs from the mid-20th century), The Mob Museum, the Las Vegas Natural History Museum, and the Discovery Children's Museum. Check out the extensive Downtown Arts District (dubbed the least Vegas neighborhood in Vegas), with numerous galleries and events, and Brewery Row, a cluster of craft breweries. Don’t forget the Fremont Street Experience, a five-block entertainment district that has a free light show every night, and the STRAT Observation Deck 1,149 feet above the Las Vegas Strip tocatch the best views of the city. And in the midst of it all, the Las Vegas Paiute Tribe, a sovereign nation, has a reservation adjacent to the northwest corner of the city.
Beyond the city limits is a world to explore. Just 17 miles from the strip is Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, a breathtaking 195,000 acres that offers a scenic drive, miles of hiking trails, rock climbing, horseback riding, mountain biking, and more. Or take an hour drive to the Valley of Fire State Park,world-renowed for its 40,000 acres of bright red Aztec sandstone. And, of course, about 30 miles outside of Las Vegas is the Hoover Dam, sitting 900 feet above the Black Canyon of the Colorado River. Built in the 1930s, the dam created Lake Mead, the largest reservoir in the United States, and made life in the Las Vegas Valley possible.
Las Vegas Time and Weather
Las Vegas, Nevada, is in the U.S. Pacific time zone. The United States will be observing Daylight Saving Time at the time of the meeting; local time will be seven hours behind Coordinated Universal Time (UTC −7).
The average high and low temperatures in Las Vegas in mid-April are 76°F and 55°F, respectively.
Your Guide to a Healthy On-Site Experience
Protecting the health and safety of all attendees remains our top priority. To promote the safety of everyone at the meeting, CRF will follow all CDC guidelines, state and local requirements for in-person gatherings, and any additional guidelines in place at the venue at the time of the event. To learn more, please visit the following websites:
You can also check for data updates on local area transmission and risk level.
You must not attend the meeting (or must immediately leave) if you have recently been exposed to COVID-19 or experience symptoms of COVID-19 during or within 10 days of the start of the conference. Symptoms include fever or chills, cough, shortness of breath, fatigue, body aches, headache, new loss of taste or smell, sore throat, runny nose, nausea, vomiting, or diarrhea.
If you need a COVID-19 test to travel back to your home state or country, please find relevant information here:
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