The LINQ Hotel + Experience features 2,253 rooms, including the first bunk bed rooms on the Las Vegas Strip, 244 suites with two unique penthouses and 25 poolside cabana rooms. A modern Las Vegas hotel created with the connected traveler in mind, The LINQ Hotel + Experience features unique elements such as a fully-integrated self-check-in/check-out program. The convenient center-Strip location of the resort also offers guest access to The LINQ Promenade featuring more than 30 shops, restaurants and entertainment venues, along with the High Roller – the world’s tallest observation wheel at 550 feet.
The LINQ features several amenities, including the expanded 21-and-over Influence, The POOL at The LINQ, offers two pools with life-sized games and beer pong, live entertainment, food and cocktails. The hotel also features the 15,000-square-foot Spa at The LINQ and fitness center, located on the sixth floor of the main guest elevators. The state-of-the-art spa offers the only Himalayan Salt Cave therapy room on the Strip, as well as relaxation lounges, steam rooms and whirlpool areas.
The LINQ Hotel + Experience features an interactive and immersive gaming and entertainment environment featuring a diversified selection of experiences curated for a variety of visitors and offering adults new ways to play. The gaming floor gives guests an opportunity to try the newest experiential gaming technology on the market.
The LINQ Hotel + Experience offers a wide range of superior dining, including Guy Fieri’s Vegas Kitchen & Bar, Sticky Chicken, Hash House A Go Go, Off The Strip, Corner Kitchen & Donuts, Nook Express, and beyond.
The LINQ Promenade is an open-air retail, entertainment and dining district, anchored by the world’s tallest observation wheel, known as the High Roller and the first zipline on the Las Vegas Strip, FLY LINQ. Located at the heart of the world-famous Las Vegas Strip and surrounded by approximately 10,000 hotel rooms, The LINQ Promenade is situated between The LINQ Hotel + Experience and Flamingo Las Vegas, directly facing Caesars Palace. An estimated 20.4 million visitors pass by this coveted space each year.