LAS VEGAS—The LINQ Hotel & Casino has now completed its full resort renovation. Designed with the millennial traveler in mind, the resort offers 2,253 newly renovated guest rooms, the result of a close partnership between Caesars Entertainment Corporation and Elkus Manfredi Architects, including 244 suites, two unique urban loft-style penthouses, and 25 poolside cabana guestrooms. It also underwent a completely renovated welcome experience built around a signature lobby bar, all new retail and spa amenities, and a dynamic new pool deck.
The LINQ Hotel & Casino’s $223 million renovation marks the completion of The LINQ complex (the LINQ Promenade, the High Roller, and the LINQ Hotel & Casino) and the last component of an approximately $1 billion investment by Caesars Entertainment Corporation to redevelop the Eastside of Las Vegas Boulevard.
“The reimagined, all-new LINQ Hotel & Casino is truly a Vegas original, offering for the first time an experience at the heart of the Las Vegas Strip designed for Millennials and the young at heart,” said Tariq Shaukat, chief commercial officer of Caesars Entertainment.
The guest arrival experience at The LINQ Hotel & Casino centers on technology and convenience, offering both an automated valet retrieval system and an automated check-in process. Whether you text to check-in or pick up your keys from kiosks, The LINQ Hotel offers the latest in self-check in and touchscreen interaction for guests to make bookings for dining and entertainment. Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the resort, including all guestrooms and through the resort corridor.
All rooms feature a modern design with floor-to-ceiling windows. The centerpiece of all room designs are three distinct accent wall backdrops featuring stylized renderings of vintage Las Vegas signage. The social experience of the LINQ Hotel extends into the rooms with a board game menu and fun mirror decals where guests are encouraged to post their favorite selfies with #linqstyle.
The LINQ Hotel offers a chance to be at the pool all day long with Deluxe Poolside Cabana rooms, which are standard appointed guest rooms with the addition of private patios complete with outdoor sectional seating and LCD TV with direct access to The LINQ Pool.
The LINQ Hotel & Casino offers two distinct Penthouse Suites, designed as a millennial retreat with simplified palates, almost as if the room had an Instagram filter applied to it. Both spanning more than 1,000 square feet, the Penthouse Suite offers sleek, modern furnishings, eclectic artwork, and pops of bright colors. Each urban loft-inspired suite features a large living room, powder bath, kitchenette with microwave drawer and full-size refrigerator, bar with seating for four, dining room table for six, and a king bedroom with dual vanity bathroom complete with rain shower, microfiber robes, and slippers. The penthouse includes Bose speakers, record players with a cool selection of vinyl records, and in-room board games like glow-in-the-dark chess to keep you and your closest friends entertained for hours.
“The LINQ Hotel & Casino is a complete renovation of the guest experience,” said Bob Morse, president of hospitality for Caesars Entertainment. “Every guest room, social space, retail corridor, and casino floor is purposely designed to create something unique to Las Vegas.”