Las Vegas' LINQ Hotel & Casino opens to guests

The LINQ Hotel & Casino – the latest addition to Caesars Entertainment’s portfolio of Las Vegas resorts – opened its doors to hotel guests and celebrated the milestone with a celebratory ribbon-cutting. 

Caesars Entertainment EVP and chief commercial officer, Tariq Shaukat; president of hospitality Bob Morse; regional president Eileen Moore; and director of hotel operations Stephanie Richter joined employees in cutting the ribbon in front of the newly renovated Las Vegas resort. 

All hotel rooms and suites offer interactive options on the guestroom TV, giving guests access to hotel amenities such as room service, housekeeping items, alarm clock setup and deliverable board games. Room service from multiple dining outlets at The LINQ Hotel & Casino and Promenade such as Brooklyn Bowl and Guy Fieri’s Vegas Kitchen & Bar will also be available. Guests can also access the interactive system from their personal smart phones. 

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Located at the heart of Center Strip at 3535 Las Vegas Boulevard, the LINQ Hotel & Casino is a complete re-imagination of the current Quad Resort & Casino. The LINQ Hotel & Casino is now offering five all-new sweet suites and a completely unique experience with sweet drinks at the lobby bar – 3535.

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