Well I ended up just leaving the camera in the case in my luggage in the room. No issues. I guess my main concern is that I had no idea what the time share was like or where it was, so I wasn't sure what I wasn't getting in to. I only knew I was going to meet a friend of mine and 6 others and we were staying at a timeshare. The place ended up being really nice, but I didn't know what I was getting in to heading out there.
My problem was that I was driving to town and shooting on the way there and back, but pretty much whooping it up the whole time I was there (with no intentions of shooting in Vegas). I wanted my camera for the trip, but not at the destination. I thought maybe there would be a concierge service for this sort of thing, but I guess maybe that's just at the individual hotels.
I did apply for camera insurance about a week and half ago, but I have yet to recieve a response. So hopefully that will be fully in place for the next trip.
Deadpass - I think you hit it on the head. I didn't want the camera with me in town (I know my limits with whiskey - no cars - no cameras, but I digress), and I knew I didn't want it in my car while I was out. The timeshare was very secure and the people I stayed with were awesome and there were no issues, but those were the unknowns going out there.
Thanks to all who responded!