IPEC Las Vegas Forms Agreement With The Kagency

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IPEC Las Vegas, the city’s newest and only freestanding conference and events center, has announced an agreement with The Kagency. The Kagency is a venue booking agency that works with top event producers. This is The Kagency’s first Las Vegas venue.

IPEC Las Vegas, near the Las Vegas Strip, offers 10,000 square feet of space and includes guestrooms onsite. The guestrooms are open exclusively to clients that book the facility. In total, 46 rooms include two queen-sized beds, a bathroom, desk and sitting area. Two one-bedroom guestrooms have a master bath, living room and wet bar. There is also one four-bedroom accommodation that offers three baths, a living room, a dining room and kitchen.

Guests will immediately notice the 5,000-square-foot entryway with dual curving staircases and a 29-foot-tall ceiling. The venue’s 10,000-square-foot ballroom can accommodate 720 for a reception or 450 for a seated dinner.  

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