Las Vegas' LINQ Hotel & Casino opens following completed renovation

The LINQ Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas' newest resort, completed its full resort renovation. The resort has 2,253 newly renovated guestrooms, the result of a partnership between Caesars Entertainment Corporation and Elkus Manfredi Architects, including 244 suites, two urban loft-style penthouses and 25 poolside cabana guestrooms. The hotel also has a new welcome experience built around a lobby bar, new retail and 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 marks the last component of an approximately $1-billion investment by Caesars Entertainment Corporation to redevelop the Eastside of Las Vegas Boulevard. The all-new LINQ complex has more than 30 restaurants, bars and retail outlets, and is located near the world's tallest observation wheel, the High Roller.

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. The LINQ Hotel offers self-check in and touchscreen interaction for guests to make bookings for dining and entertainment, and also provides free Wi-Fi is throughout the resort including all guestrooms and through the resort corridor.

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