IBIE 2025 - The Baking Expo™️

IBIE 2025 – The Baking Expo™️

Hotel & Travel

The International Baking Industry Exposition looks forward to welcoming you to the largest grain-based trade event located in Las Vegas, Nevada. As the trade show capital of the world, Las Vegas offers a variety of accommodations and amenities to help make your IBIE 2025 experience incredible.

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Review the options below for local transportation around Las Vegas and to the Baking Expo

complimentary SHUTTLE services

Shuttle buses are available during peak hours to and from Official IBIE Hotels for guests who reserved their rooms through the Official IBIE Housing Partner, onPeak Housing. More information on shuttle times, routes and locations served will be available soon.


Attendees can pay $10 with in/out privileges in the Diamond, Rivera, and Silver 1 lots at the Las Vegas Convention. Diamond is closest to the West Hall and Silver 1 is closest to the North Hall. Anyone leaving the Las Vegas Convention Center and planning to return the same day can use their receipt for reentry. Vehicles taking up more than one standard parking space will be charged accordingly upon entry when paid parking is in effect. Parking spaces are available on a first-come, first-served basis.


There will be an Uber/Lyft drop located in the SILVER and DIAMOND lots.


Avis Rent-A-Car is offers participants special discounted rates. Call Avis directly at 1-800- 331-1600 and ask for the IBIE Avis Worldwide Discount (AWD), number D006356.


SuperShuttle is the leading airport shuttle service in the U.S., serving over eight million passengers a year. Need a lift? Their friendly drivers and blue vans will serve as your ground transportation during your stay in Las Vegas. Reservations can be booked on www. supershuttle.com, by downloading the app in the app store or by calling (800) BLUE VAN (258-3826). Use group code 9H5AB for the special IBIE rate.


The Las Vegas Monorail Company provides transportation service that runs along the Las Vegas resort corridor and connects ten major resort properties and the Las Vegas Convention Center. IBIE attendees can purchase discounted passes using this link.

VEGAS LOOP at the lvcc

The Las Vegas Convention Center also offers fast, convenient, free on-campus transportation!

Looking to travel around the Las Vegas Convention Center campus? Vegas Loop at the Las Vegas Convention Center quickly transports passengers throughout the 200-acre Las Vegas Convention Center campus in a fun and convenient way, free of charge. The system consists of two one-way, .8-mile-long tunnels built to accommodate all-electric Tesla vehicles driving at speeds of up to 35 mph. The LVCC Loop reduces a 25-minute walk to a less than two-minute ride.

Attendees can access Vegas Loop at Las Vegas Convention Center via four stations:

  • South Station – Adjacent to South Hall, this station is located aboveground
  • Central Station – Near the Central Hall Main Entrance, this station is located belowground and is accessible via escalator or elevator
  • West Station – Adjacent to West Hall, this station is located aboveground
  • Riviera Station – At the North side of the West Hall closest to Elvis Presley Drive, with direct access to Resorts World. This station is located aboveground.

The Vegas Loop has officially opened the Resorts World Passenger Station, providing direct access to and from the Las Vegas Convention Center.  Riders can now access the Resorts World station from any of the Convention Center stations (South Station, Central station, West Station and Riviera Station).

There is currently no charge to travel between stations at the Convention Center or from The Convention Center to Resorts World Station.

Visit lvloop.com/tickets to purchase tickets for rides departing from Resorts World. Hours of operation will vary based upon event calendar at the Las Vegas Convention Center.


IBIE 2025 will take place at the Las Vegas Convention Center which is located at:
417 Convention Center Dr, Las Vegas, NV 89109

Special hotel rates and travel discounts are available exclusively for IBIE 2025 participants through onPeak, the ONLY official housing provider for the Baking Expo™. The reservation system will open in June 2024.

A visa may be required for international travlers.  We’ve assembled a few suggested steps and important information to help you navigate the visa application process. Please see the U.S. State Department website for more details.

  • Step 1: Plan ahead. 
    Current visa services and operations vary by country.  Check your local U.S. Embassy and Consulate’s website for information regarding operating status and which visa services it is currently offering.

    If you’re a citizen of one of the 38 countries participating in the Visa Waiver Program, you may travel to the United States for tourism or business for 90 days or less without obtaining a visa.
  • Step 2: Request and register your letter of invitation. 
    You must register for IBIE 2025 in order to receive the Letter of Invitation. Registration will be available from September 2024 through September 2025. During the registration process you will be asked if you need a Letter of Invitation, please indicate yes, provide your date of birth and passport number, and your Letter of Invitation will be emailed to you after you complete your registration and payment.

    If you have any questions, contact Customer Service at [email protected] or call +1-864-412-4205 between the hours of 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM ET.

    Print the Letter of Invitation in color and submit it to the U.S. Embassy/Consulate with your visa application.
    Please note that this letter is supplementary information that explains an applicant’s intended travel purpose. U.S. Embassy officers look at the totality of an applicant’s personal and professional situation—the letter itself will not guarantee your application’s approval.

  • Step 3: Determine which type of visa you need. 
    Your travel plans play a part in the type of visa you need (just business, or travel/tourism and business, etc.). You can use this online tool from the U.S. Department of State to determine which visa category is most appropriate.

    International media visa requirements—Please note that members of the international media must have a non-immigrant media (I) visa to attend. Additionally, citizens from a country participating in the Visa Waiver Program (VWP) who want to enter the United States temporarily as representatives of the foreign media, engaging in their profession as media or journalists, must first obtain a media visa to come to the United States. They cannot travel without a visa on the Visa Waiver Program, nor can they travel on a visitor (B) visa. For further information on the media (I) visa please click here.

  • Step 5: Schedule your visa appointment
    Select your country of origin and create an online user account, if necessary. Then enter the confirmation number from your visa application and follow the instructions for application submission and required fees to schedule your interview.

  • Step 6: Prepare for your interview
    Bring all of your materials related to IBIE to your interview, including your letter of invitation, hotel and plane reservation confirmations, your meeting schedule (if applicable) and any other documentation supporting your participation in the event. You should also be prepared to demonstrate strong ties to your country. Consular officers review your application and consider proof of business ownership or employment, social and family relationships and other evidence as proof that you will return to your country. If you have traveled to the U.S. or other foreign countries, you may also want to bring documentation showing that you returned on time.

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