Know the On-Site Services Before You Hit the Show Floor
So, you’ve registered for the show, selected a hotel and booked your plane ticket. Before you hit the show floor, you’ll want to plan the logistics of your experience on-site, such as getting food, stowing your bags and emergency contact phone numbers. Here are some of the basics.
Blind and Deaf Services
A Blind and Deaf Services desk is located in the LVCC, Grand Lobby, Upper Level staircase near Room N250. Call 702-943-3974.
ADA parking is available on a first-come, first-served basis in the LVCC, Gold Lot on Convention Center Drive and at all official CES venues. ADA accessible buses are available.
To arrange for your transportation on-site, please contact RPMs, the official CES transportation vendor at 877 745-3398. Please request service at least 20 minutes in advance of the desired pick-up time. Note this phone number is operational 30 minutes before and after the daily shuttle schedule.
Scooters, Wheelchairs and Segways
Scooters and wheelchairs are available for rent at the LVCC and Sands/Venetian. Segways are permitted at these venues for ADA use only. Segways are not permitted at ARIA, Mandalay Bay or Westgate.
We provide ADA accessible buses for those with special needs. Please contact RPMs, the official transportation provider for CES at 877-725-3398 or CESinfo@rp-ms.com.
Business Centers are located at the following locations:
ARIA: Business Center, Conference Center, Level 2, 702-590-9750
LVCC: FedEx Office, Grand Lobby Concourse and front of South Hall 1, 702-733-2898
Sands: Business Center, Level 1 Lobby, 702-733-5031
Venetian: FedEx Office, Level 2, across from Bellini 2006
Westgate: FedEx Office, 702-862-4104
Attendees are permitted to bring camera equipment onto the show floor. Exhibitors retain the right to restrict photography of their products or displays and such decisions are within the discretion of the exhibitor and are not controlled by CES.
Coat and Bag Check
Coat and bag check is available at the following FedEx Office LVCC locations, for a fee:
South Hall 1 Lobby, next to Starbucks
Central Concourse across from C3 entrance
South Hall 2 Lobby (Cash only at this location)
Emergency Numbers at CES Show Venues – Please Do Not Dial 911
ARIA: 702-590-7175 or dial 77175 in hotel
LVCC: 702-892-7400 or dial 7400 in LVCC
Mandalay Bay: 702-632-7911 or dial "0" in hotel
Renaissance: 702-784-5700 or dial "0" in hotel
Sands: 702-733-5195 or dial 75195 in Sands
Venetian: 702-414-9311 or dial 49311 in hotel
Westgate: 702-732-5414 or dial 5911 in hotel
Look for a variety Grab-N-Go kiosks located throughout the show floor. These food stations feature pre-made lunches, snacks and beverages.
At the LVCC, you can also grab lunch at Luckys Restaurant, located in the Grand Lobby or Aces, located in the South Hall 1 lobby. You can also find great options and restaurants at Westgate and Renaissance.
At The Venetian and Palazzo, you can grab a quick lunch at the food court located on the Casino Level or at the food court located on the Grand Canal Shoppes Level (next to the entrance to the parking garage). There are also many restaurants throughout The Venetian where you can have lunch or dinner, including the Grand Lux Café, located at the base of the Venetian Tower and at a second location in the Palazzo, Casino Level.
Hotel Quick Guide
Check out the CES Hotel Quick Guide for maps and detailed information on remote badge pickup locations and hours, shuttle bus stops and business center hours in all official CES hotels.
Check back in the fall for the CES 2017 quick guide. You can see the CES 2016 Hotel Quick Guide (PDF) for reference.
Mother’s Suites (lactation pods) are now available for the privacy and convenience of working mothers at CES. These suites are located in the LVCC, South 1 Lobby and Venetian, Level 1 in the alcove outside of the Casanova ballroom. Each contains a deadbolt lock for privacy, a power outlet, fold down table and two benches. CES purchased these Mamava pods, the first of their kind in Nevada, and will donate them to the LVCC and Sands/Venetian to remain on premise after the show.
Your safety at the show is important to us. CES show management employs strict security measures, while still balancing safety concerns with traffic flow challenges.
Attendees should allow themselves extra time to arrive at meetings and events as it may take a little while to pass through the show floor.
Here are a few security measures to expect:
A government-issued photo ID (driver's license or passport) is required to obtain your badge.
All bags will be subject to search upon entry into CES venues This includes personal items such as purses, laptop cases and luggage.
There will be an increased presence of Las Vegas Metro Police and special officers during show days.
Surveillance cameras will be installed at key entrances and freight door areas.
Private vehicles will only be allowed on LVCC or The Venetian premises to drop off passengers. No standing or unloading will be permitted at any time.
Personal Mobility Devices
Personal mobility devices (with or without motors) are not permitted at any CES venue. This includes hoverboards, skateboards, uniwheels and all similar products.
Segways are permitted at the LVCC and Sands/Venetian for ADA use only. They are not permitted at any other show venue for any purpose.