Caesars collaborate with Elkus Manfredi Architects for The LINQ Hotel

The LINQ Hotel & Casino completed its renovation. The resort located in Las Vegas now has 2,253 newly renovated guestrooms, the result of a partnership between Caesars Entertainment Corporation and Elkus Manfredi Architects. The guestrooms include 244 suites, two loft-style penthouses and 25 poolside cabana guestrooms. As part of the renovation, the property now also has a lobby bar, new retail options, spa amenities and a 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 is the last component of approximately $1-billion investment by Caesars Entertainment Corporation to redevelop the Eastside of Las Vegas Boulevard. The LINQ complex is located at the Center Strip.

All rooms have a modern design with floor-to-ceiling windows, offering views of the Las Vegas Strip or the High Roller, the world’s tallest observation wheel. The centerpiece of all room designs are three accent wall backdrops with stylized renderings of vintage Las Vegas signage.

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The Deluxe Poolside Cabana rooms have private patios complete with outdoor sectional seating and LCD TV with direct access to The LINQ Pool.

There are two Penthouse Suites. Both measuring more than 1,000 square feet, the suites have new furnishings, artwork and pops of bright colors. Each loft-inspired suite has a living room, powder bath, kitchenette with microwave drawer and refrigerator, bar with seating for four, dining room table for six, and a king bedroom with dual vanity bathroom complete with rainshower. The penthouse also has Bose speakers, record players with a selection of vinyl records and in-room board games.

Other amenities at the property include: the new Spa at The LINQ, LINQ Pool, bars and both al fresco and traditional dining. Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the resort including all guest rooms and through the resort corridor.

The LINQ Pool has two pools and a 32-seat center bar lined with four flat-screen televisions. The main pool has a wet deck with lily pad daybeds, while the second pool is accessed from a standalone elevated deck. The LINQ Pool’s “Recovery Zone” is an indoor air-conditioned space with five flat screen TVs, two pool tables, a foosball table, shuffleboard as well as an outdoor elevated deck overlooking the LINQ Promenade offering additional outdoor sectional seating.

Spa at The LINQ is an all-new 15,000-square-foot spa and salon with nine treatment rooms including couples rooms, as well as separate men’s and women’s relaxation areas, saunas, whirlpools and locker rooms. There is also a meditation room.

For dining, available is 3535 at The LINQ Hotel & Casino, which has a circular bar with LED lights.

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