The LINQ Hotel & Casino is the social hub of the Las Vegas Strip. This Vegas hotel offers the same energy and excitement of the bustling LINQ outdoor entertainment district. Each of The LINQ Hotel & Casino's rooms has sleek, modern furnishings including views of the 550-foot-tall High Roller, the world's tallest observation wheel. The LINQ Hotel & Casino offers newly renovated rooms including 244 suites with two unique penthouses and 25 cabana rooms with direct access to the pool.
per room/per night (plus tax)
Paid directly to the hotel.
Resort fees include
In-room Internet access daily for 2 devices per day
In-room local calls
Fitness Center admission for 2 guests per day
Inclusions subject to change without notice at the discretion of the property. Some restrictions may apply.
My husband and I stayed at this hotel while in town for a journalism conference. The hotel itself is decent, however the prices of things in the restaurants are insane! The Dunkin Donuts charges 3.50 for one doughnut and $6 or more for basic coffee. The Hash House is more hype and popularity than substance. The chicken is just ok but not great. Mine was super greasy with no flavor.
The promenade outside the hotel is nice and it’s a great spot to watch people zip line above your head or ride the slow moving Ferris wheel ?? for spectacular city views. Many restaurants are also in the corridor including In N Out burger-delicious cheap eats. Gordon Ramsay fish and chips restaurant. Way overpriced and the fish was terrible! 2 fish and chicken with fry meals came to over $50 dollars. I was so disappointed by how terrible the food was. I really wanted to love it but couldn’t. The food was cooked too fast leaving a soggy instead of crispy crust. The crust was mushy and super bready so I peeled it off and ate the protein.
This hotel has an adults only pool area which was great. You must be 21+ There’s a bar and a DJ along with two pools. It was a fun time. However you have to buy a cabana or other seating which is expensive.
The rooms are decent. Clean lines, desk space sucked. Being a journalist it would’ve been nice to have more space for writing. Housekeeping was decent but the housekeepers all cleaned differently. Some better than others.
The hotel is across from Caesar’s Palace, in between the Flamingo and Harrah’s. Great location. Not a winning casino. Hardly any bonuses on any machine. The games are very tight.
Aug 07, 2022
This trip was awful! Customer service was absolutely terrible. The staff lacks empathy or the willingness to accommodate customers. My canceled connection while traveling resulted in my family being forced to spend 15 hours over night roomless even though I had checked in online and tried to call automated service and the front desk to explain the situation. The hotel looked like it hadn’t been maintained at all in the past year. When I was able to arrive and got the room keys the rooms were not up to standard. The body wash and shampoo containers were ripped off the wall. The remotes didn’t work. The supplies were lacking. I will most likely never recommend this property, which I used to love!