The LINQ Las Vegas is an exciting destination for both entertainment and leisure.

You can find a variety of activities at The LINQ Promenade, from shopping to dining to gambling, as well as the High Roller and Fly LINQ.

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The LINQ Las Vegas is an exciting destination, offering a great mix of entertainment, dining, and gaming in the heart of The Strip.

The LINQ features 2,200+ hotel rooms and suites to accommodate your needs and preferences. Stylistically, the LINQ loves mixing it up: they have deluxe cabana rooms, rooms with bunk beds, penthouse suites, and many more options. Double rooms are about 300 square feet while Premium Rooms are typically 450 square feet, offering more space to entertain. The King Suite sits at 690 square feet, offering the most space of any room at the LINQ and upgraded amenities like comfortable couches, multiple flat-screen TVs, and much more.

The LINQ has its Influence pool open and ready for guests who want to soak up the sun and lounge with a cold drink in hand. Anyone at the LINQ has access to complimentary lounge chairs, but you can upgrade your experience by reserving poolside daybeds or cabanas. Pool Party Cabanas receive personal servers from the friendly pool and bar staff, and so much more. On select days, some of the hottest DJs from around the world put on incredible sets right at Influence’s DJ booth.

The spa at the LINQ is spacious and inspires a moment of peace and relaxation away from the craziness of the Las Vegas Strip. Enjoy unique services like the popular avocado facial or a vanilla latte pedicure!

You can get massive portions of your favorite brunch classics with a twist at Hash House A Go Go! The LINQ location of Hash House A Go Go is a great option for when you’re craving something hot and delicious after a night out in Vegas. Hash House A Go Go’s “twisted farm food” is a concept that has gotten this chain far in Las Vegas. Featured on “Man v. Food,” this joint offers dishes like the Sage Fried Chicken Farm Benedict, Snickers pancakes, fluffy waffles, and much more. Hilariously enough, they also offer the “Hangover Helper” – a 24-ounce Budweiser and a side of crispy bacon. This outrageous restaurant is a must-visit!

Grab all of your favorite comfort foods at Guy Fieri’s Vegas Kitchen and Bar! From burgers and wings to tacos and freshly-tossed salads, enjoy a meal created by celebrity chef Guy Fieri, the king of Flavortown. Big, bold flavors are the mission here, with items like the Tatted-Up Turkey Burger, Jack Daniels marinated steaks, and incredible cheesecake inspired desserts. While indoor seating is available here, take advantage of the 6,500 square-foot outdoor patio; savor the flavors of your meal while looking out on the Las Vegas Strip. This is a comfortable and delicious dining experience only available at the LINQ Las Vegas.

Las Vegas natives and locals rave about Off The Strip, a classic bistro and bar that features elevated comfort food. Off The Strip’s loyal following can’t get enough of the bistro’s steak and eggs, chicken and waffles, and other breakfast and brunch classics. For something heavier for brunch, try one of their burgers or artisanal sandwiches. They also offer meals that are on the healthier side, like fresh fish, salads, and protein bowls packed with your protein of choice and fresh avocado. Off The Strip is a hidden gem here in Las Vegas, and you have to stop by; especially if you’re staying at the LINQ Las Vegas.

Enjoy some quintessential British fare with a Western twist at Gordon Ramsay Fish and Chips! That’s right, you can’t get a better iteration of fish and chips, a British classic, than Gordon Ramsay’s Fish and Chips. This classic English street food is fried and crisped to perfection using only the freshest cuts of fish and potatoes. There are many different sauces to choose from – curry and mango, Sriracha aioli, Dijon mayo, Southwest ranch; they are all delicious and give you more options than just your typical vinegar or ketchup. Not into fish and chips? No worries – this spot also features menu items like shrimp, chicken, and sausage. Ask for the famous G spot for fish, chicken, and shrimp all in one plate.

If you’re looking for even more dining options, head to The LINQ Promenade. The LINQ Promenade is home to casual eateries including Chayo Mexican Kitchen + Tequila Bar, Flour & Barley, Yard House, Tilted Kilt Pub & Eatery, Virgil’s Real Barbecue, and Jaburritos. If you aren’t familiar with the west coast of the United States, In-N-Out is a beloved burger chain but isn’t very accessible in Las Vegas – unless you’re at the LINQ. The LINQ features the Las Vegas Strip’s only In-N-Out. For some, this is definitely a selling point for staying at the LINQ; who wouldn’t want a tasty burger and animal-style fries after a night out in Vegas?

Mat Franco is showing up to reinvent magic every night exclusively at the LINQ Las Vegas. After getting his start on America’s Got Talent, Mat Franco has created a fast-paced show that will keep you on the edge of your seat and surprised with its many twists and turns. His show combines traditional magic and illusions with new, interactive magic for a refreshing and thrilling showcase that will leave you WOWed. Even if you’ve seen a Mat Franco show once, you are guaranteed to see something different every time you see him. He never puts on the same show twice!

Get your night absolutely bumping at the Brooklyn Bowl located inside the LINQ Promenade! Brooklyn Bowl is a multipurpose venue where you can catch a show from some of the hottest musical acts in the world, bowl with your friends at the bowling alley, or order some freshly fried chicken to satisfy your late-night cravings. This venue also hosts themed dance parties and tribute shows that keep the party going all night. Send a ball down one of the 32 hardwood Brunswick lanes or sit-back and relax on one of the comfy leather sofas while sipping on a well-made cocktail.

Travel to the Emerald Isle that is Ireland when you visit O’Shea’s Pub! Similar to a traditional Irish pub, O’Shea’s steps the party up a notch by offering beer pong tournaments and other table games where you and your friends can enjoy a lively night out where anything can happen. At this party pub, live music fills the air every night and guests can try some of the eight beers on tap and take advantage of daily drink specials. Jump into a night of Irish-themed fun and see where the night takes you!

Re:Match has reimagined the traditional casino experience in its indoor/outdoor layout. Enjoy your favorite casino games virtually with individual screens placed throughout the indoor portion of the bar. Outdoors, sip on your favorite cocktails or beers in the lounge while overlooking the Las Vegas Strip. This elevated space makes it easy to share the fun of gaming with your friends or party for a relaxed, laid-back experience.

Soar over the Las Vegas strip at Fly LINQ, the only zipline on the Las Vegas Strip! While you can zipline down Fremont Street located off the strip, this is the only zipline you’ll find that goes directly over the excitement of the Strip. Launch from a 12-story tower and fly 1,121 feet across the Las Vegas Boulevard and the LINQ Promenade. Some riders can reach speeds of up to 35 miles per hour, which will surely get your adrenaline pumping. This zipline will drop you off right at the High Roller, another attraction at the LINQ that you’ll love for its fantastic views of Vegas.

Ride North America’s highest observation wheel, the High Roller, right at the LINQ Las Vegas! This 550 foot wheel spins you above the Las Vegas Strip and will wow you with 360 degree, panoramic views of Las Vegas. The wheel is so big that it takes 30 minutes to go in a complete circle, giving you plenty of time to snap the perfect photo to remember your time in Las Vegas. There are 28 spacious, spherical cabins to accommodate riders and the High Roller even features a Happy Half Hour, where up to 25 guests can enter an exclusive cabin that comes with an open bar and bartender!

Here is the LINQ Las Vegas casino by the numbers: the casino floor features, 55 table games, 830 slot machines, 50 sportsbook TVs, and countless opportunities for a fun night out. Table games have all the crowd favorites, from Blackjack and Roulette to Craps and Baccarat, and there are plenty of options that are beginner-friendly. Visit one of the many poker tables for some friendly competition; poker game variations include Pai Gow Poker, Texas Hold ‘Em, Let It Ride, and Three Card Poker. Slot machines range from penny slots to $25, making it super accessible and easy for beginners and seasoned players.

The Caesar’s Sportsbook at the LINQ features 50 TV screens and a self-serve beer tap wall to keep the party flowing and fun. Guests also have access to augmented reality games and a Fan Cave where you can watch and cheer on your teams.

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The LINQ is located on the Las Vegas Strip near Flamingo, Harrah’s, and Caesars Palace at 3535 S Las Vegas Blvd Las Vegas, NV 89109. Read our Best Hotels On The Las Vegas Strip for more great places to stay on Las Vegas Boulevard.

Room rates at The LINQ fluctuate depending on the time of year and what type of special events or holidays are happening. For a normal weeknight, a standard guest room starts at $39/night. On a normal weekend, you should expect to spend at least $239/night. Read our Best Times To Visit Las Vegas Guide to learn when you can save money booking rooms.

Check-in time at The LINQ is 3:00 PM, and check-out time is 11:00 AM. The hotel does offer early check-in and late check-out for an additional fee.

Valet at The LINQ costs $36/night for hotel guests and all other visitors between $30-$36, depending on the length of your visit. Prices may be higher during special events and holidays. Read our Las Vegas Parking Guide for more details about parking in Sin City.

Parking at The LINQ is free for hotel guests, but costs all other visitors between $12-$15, depending on the length of your visit. Prices may be higher during special events and holidays. Read our Las Vegas Parking Guide for more details about parking in Sin City.

The resort fee at The LINQ currently costs $39/night. Read our Las Vegas Resort Fee Guide to compare the fees at all the popular hotels and resorts in Las Vegas.

According to, the $20 Trick works about 75% of the time at The LINQ.