The LINQ Hotel & Casino reviews

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating

3.5 Very Good

  • Cleanliness 4.0
  • Location 4.5
  • Rooms 4.0
  • Service 4.0
  • Value 4.0

19103 TripAdvisor reviews

TripAdvisor users rated this property 4 out of 5

A decent place to stay on the Strip without breaking the bank

ssjj123 (Brazil, Indiana) on Feb 17, 2024

The rooms were quiet and secure. You had to have a room key card to go up in the elevator, and there was a security guard nearby most of the time. The beds were quite comfortable. We lucked out and had a room fridge which is usually a $30/day up charge. There was no microwave or in room coffee machine. We brought our own 4 cup coffee pot and supplies so that we didn't have to pay through the nose for coffee in the casino. That worked out well! We did not want room service, but they did ask us if we needed anything like extra towels. There is an in room safe. The room was clean, and of decent size with 2 chairs and a nice bathroom. The total fee for the room was fair, and the location is good. Everything you could need or want is within walking the Mat Franco show is inside the hotel (definitely worth seeing). We would stay here again.

TripAdvisor users rated this property 4 out of 5

Great Location & Decent Hotel

Lewis P on Feb 16, 2024

Location is great, we had a room that had a glimpse of the High Roller Wheel (despite paying around $200 for an upgraded view of the city, this definitely was not that, so that's a bit disappointing, but after an awful day of flying we weren't in the mood to debate with the very helpful and friendly staff). The room was fine, decent bathroom and shower; it had a safe, a fridge, a good air con system, a big TV, the beds were comfortable too. My only problem with the room was the door seemed to be a bit damaged, the bar at the top of the door would catch on the frame and sometimes stopped it automatically shutting, which we noticed by chance because one of us forgot something and had to go back down the corridor to the room, to find it open. Staff at check-in were professional, polite and helpful. Housekeeping were also great. Security in the hotel were good, my mate and I are two lads in their 20s from a rough town so nothing really made us feel unsafe at any point, but for anyone who may be worried, you could feel their presence. The Linq hotel has various areas and exits, on our first night we thought we were in a maze but once you get your bearings its fine, but the hotels there are HUGE so just get yourself familiar with where you room is before you go off getting blackout drunk. The casino on the ground floor of the hotel is decent, we went in January and there was still quite a good buzz everywhere. Within the hotel is a tattoo studio, restaurants, coffee shops, clothing and souvenir shops. Guy Fieri's restaurant at the Linq was great. Going out from the hotel down Linq Promenade was great: Tilted Kilt was a great sports bar filled with waitresses and staff who are very easy on the eye and very friendly, loads of beers to choose from and loads of TVs for the sports, great music too, and good food, the potato skins were a great snack and not a badly priced venue considering its location. AmeriCan, just across from Tilted Kilt, was also a great bar. One week day we got some good sun and in the outdoor terrace, drinking can after can, as they specialise in canned beers; they also have beers on tap/draught and bottled, and I think it was $5 for a spirt and mixer during the day, can't complain at all at that. Favourite Bistro just past AmeriCan was our place of choice for breakfast. Coffee, apple juice, beer and a Hangover Burger. If you're expecting luxury then its probably not the place for you, but it was clean, safe, lively, and a good location for exploring the strip. Overall the hotel and location were brilliant, definitely somewhere I'd return to.

TripAdvisor users rated this property 4 out of 5

Decent stay

Melissa T (Kannapolis, North Carolina) on Feb 15, 2024

I come to Vegas often, I kind of know what to expect form certain hotels. The room was decent, I stayed in District 3. However, they do come in your room even with the do not disturb sign on. I was dissapointed in that, because Our stuff was all over the room. I'm one of those people that move my stuff so they can do their job. They gave us a room on the 2nd floor. Looking into the pool area. I didn't like that because there is no privacy and the curtains had to stay closed. Overall I had a good stay. It's not a five star hotel. So don't expect 5 star treatment. It's budget friendly, really good location, plenty of bars, food and entertainment.

TripAdvisor users rated this property 2 out of 5

Stay somewhere else

Brandon S on Feb 12, 2024

Definitely not what I expected. The room was like a Redroof Inn. Didn’t even have a clock. The building is dirty and beat up. There’s a river running through the area to pick up a ride share. So, don’t wear any decent shoes. If you can swim. Don’t forget your floaties.

TripAdvisor users rated this property 1 out of 5

Very dissatisfied customers

Geane E on Feb 11, 2024

We go to Vegas once a year (2 or 3 reservations) and try to stay at different hotels, and this is the worst hotel we have ever stayed at, there was no refrigerator, the phone did not work, and the safe did not work, also room service had to be called twice from my cell phone to come and clean the room. I finally got them to bring a refrigerator up for medical reasons to be able to take my medicine, the 1st time the lady dropped the refrigerator off and my husband tipped her generously, but the refrigerator did not work the 1st time and was plugged in all day, so the second day before we left the sent another refrigerator up at 2:00am and then that one did work. They finally cleaned the room and left 2 face towels and we had 2 more days. So, we did not bother calling again to get more towels, because by this time the trip was almost over and very exhausting.

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