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The Linq

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The LINQ Hotel & Casino caters to visitors of all ages and attitudes. It’s not a stuffy, elite-style resort, but a modern and socially connected place. Wireless internet access is available in its rooms and throughout the property. Plus, guests will enjoy things like booking shows and making restaurant reservations with a concierge touchscreen option.

Adjacent to The LINQ Promenade, the open-air shopping, dining and entertainment district anchored by the High Roller observation wheel, The LINQ Hotel & Casino boasts many amenities and a fun atmosphere that make it an important part of the center Strip.

For instance, the entertainment offerings here are standouts. In the evening “Divas Las Vegas” starring Frank Marino is never a drag — even though all the performers are in drag. Mat Franco, winner of season nine of NBC’s “America’s Got Talent,” brings his astounding tricks to The LINQ Theater. In addition, guests can stroll out to The LINQ Promenade, where they’ll be able to see concerts or go bowling at Brooklyn Bowl.

Once you’ve taken in all the entertainment that abounds, you can treat yourself to The LINQ Hotel & Casino’s ample dining choices. Chef Guy Fieri’s first Las Vegas restaurant, called Guy Fieri’s Vegas Kitchen & Bar, is located at the resort’s north entrance. For excellent south-of-the-border cuisine, check out Chayo Mexican Kitchen + Tequila Bar at the south entrance. Or for one of the best breakfasts you’ve ever had — as well as amazing burgers and salads for lunch and dinner — try the Hash House A Go Go. Several restaurants in The LINQ promenade are also sure to satisfy your appetite — like the Yard House, Flour & Barley, Off the Strip Bistro, Sprinkles Cupcakes, Haute Doggery, Tilted Kilt and more.

Inside the resort’s welcoming casino are plenty of table games and more than 800 slot and video poker machines. You’ll also discover an action-packed race and sports book.

Nightlife is great at The LINQ Hotel & Casino as well. This lobby bar 3535, named for the numerical part of the resort’s address, features unique martinis and cocktails made from premium infused spirits. TAG Sports Bar will quench your thirst with one of more than 300 different beers. In O’Sheas Casino, you’ll be pleased to find a cheap bar and a rollicking good time on the stage — or you may be challenged to a game of beer pong. Order a variety of frozen daiquiris at Fat Tuesday, get a handcrafted cocktail from a flair bartender at the Catalyst Bar or quench your thirst at the Purple Zebra Daiquiri Bar on The LINQ Promenade.

When you finally retire for a good night’s sleep, you’ll appreciate The LINQ Hotel & Casino’s comfortable accommodations. There are 2,256 rooms and suites with pillow-top mattresses, charging stations with USB ports, 47-inch LED flat-screen TVs and rain shower heads. Guests also delight in floor-to-ceiling windows that showcase views of the High Roller, the Strip or the surrounding city.

There is valet and self-parking. Guests will be charged $8 per day for self-parking and $13 per day for valet parking. Hourly self-parking and valet rates vary.

There is also a pool deck for adults only with two pools and a center bar that serves up a diverse selection of frozen drinks, draught beer and signature cocktails. Rounding out the amenities at The LINQ Hotel & Casino are the full service Spa at The LINQ, which offers facials, body treatments and massages, as well as a fitness center, a salon and a wedding chapel.

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