The LINQ Hotel is temporarily closed due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. The casino floor, High Roller, and shops remain open.
The LINQ Hotel and Casino
The LINQ Hotel and Casino is designed to cater to visitors of every attitude and age. It is certainly not one of the elite style stuffy resorts that you are used to. The LINQ prides itself on its modern sensibilities and opportunities for social connection. Each room offers high speed Internet access and similar access is available throughout the property. You can also book shows and make restaurant reservations with a touchscreen pad that is connected to the concierge.
The LINQ Promenade is located close by and the open air dining, shopping and entertainment district. It’s anchored by the High Roller observation wheel. This hotel and casino boasts several amenities and a raucous atmosphere that makes it a pivotal part of the Strip’s center.
There are several standout entertainment offerings here for visitors to take in. “Divas Las Vegas” takes place in the evenings. While all of the performers are clad in drag (including star Frank Marino), this show itself is never a drag.
Mat Franco, best known as the season nine winner on NBC’s “America’s Got Talent,” showcases all of his astounding tricks at The LINQ Theater. Guests can also take a stroll out to The LINQ Promenade. There are a number of concerts at Brooklyn Bowl or you can hit the lanes to knock down a few pins. Feeling daring? Try the Fly LINQ zipline.
The resort’s highly welcoming casino contains plentiful table games and over 800 video poker and slot machines. The race and sports book is also full of action at all times of day.
The LINQ Hotel and Casino also provides outstanding nightlife. 3535, located in the lobby and named after the resort’s numerical address, offers unique cocktails and martinis made from top of the line spirits.
Restaurants and Bars
After you have taken in all of the entertainment selections, you are able to treat yourself to the LINQ’s wide range of dining choices. Guy Fieri’s Vegas Kitchen & Bar, is the famous chef’s first Las Vegas restaurant. It’s located at the north entrance of the resort.
Chayo Mexican Kitchen + Tequila Bar offers stupendous south of the border cuisine at the resort’s south entrance. For one of the best breakfasts that you will ever have (as well as incredible salads and burgers at lunch and dinnertime), you simply must try the Hash House A Go Go. The LINQ promenade is jam packed with options that are sure to satisfy any appetite — like the Flour & Barley, Yard House, Sprinkles Cupcakes, Titled Kilt, Off The Strip Bistro, Haute Doggery and more.
There are over 300 different beers to enjoy at TAG Sports Bar. O’Sheas Casino gives guests a cheap bar and a festively good time on stage. Fat Tuesday has an extensive menu of frozen daiquiris. The Catalyst Bar provides handcrafted cocktails. You can also quench your thirst at the delightful Purple Zebra Daiquiri Bar at The LINQ Promenade.
Once it is finally time to turn in for the night, you will definitely appreciate the comfortable accommodations that the LINQ has to offer. There are a whopping 2,256 suites and rooms with charging stations with USB ports, rain shower heads, pillow top mattresses, 47 inch LED flat screen televisions.
Floor to ceiling windows serve to delight guests by showcasing views of the surrounding areas, including the Las Vegas Strip and the High Roller.
An adults only pool deck is also available, with a center bar and two pools. They also serve up a diverse frozen drink selection, signature cocktails and draught beer. The LINQ also offers a full service spa, with body treatments, massages, and facials. A fitness center, wedding chapel and salon are also available.Book Now