Welcome to the Official Attendee Housing Site for the "Global Neuropharmacology and Neurochemistry Congress", which will be held in Las Vegas, USA. The Conference will take place in the following location and dates.
Venue: Hampton Inn Tropicana Address - 4975 Dean Martin Dr, Las Vegas, NV 89118, Las Vegas, USA
Conference Dates: October 02-04, 2017
Las Vegas is the largest city in the U.S. state of Nevada. Nicknamed the Entertainment Capital of the World, it is situated in the Mojave Desert of Southern Nevada. The city features many mega-hotel/casino complexes decorated with lavish care and attention to detail creating a fantasy-like environment. The casinos often have names and themes that evoke romance, mystery, and exotic destinations
Las Vegas has an arid climate with sunny, dry, and extremely hot summers. The July average high is 40°C (104°F), but with low humidity. This low humidity does help temperature feel not as hot as it otherwise would at these levels, but never-the-less, it is still hot. Night time lows are usually in the high 20s Celsius (80s Fahrenheit).
Winter is much cooler with daytime highs averaging around 15°C (60°F), and nighttime lows averaging about 4°C (40°F). During winter, a cold spell may set in for several days. Snowfall is quite rare in the metropolitan area itself, but the mountains surrounding the valley are topped with snow during the winter. This allows for skiing and snowboarding. These activities are available in winter with a short drive to the northwest at Mount Charleston.
Spring and fall are very enjoyable months with daytime highs ranging from 15°C-25°C (60°F-80°F). Some of the best months to visit Las Vegas are March, April, May, October, and November. Temperatures are not too hot nor too chilly at those times, although a good time can be had in Las Vegas at any time
Summer monsoons occur from late July to early September. There could be increases in rainfall during this time; however, taken as a whole, Las Vegas receives little rainfall annually. Take caution during heavy rainfalls as flash flooding can occur in certain parts of the valley. The Strip and Downtown are mostly fine. However, The Quad and Harrah's parking garages do have a tendency to flood. Rainfall is rare, but when it shows up, be aware that it may show up with a vengeance.