Las Vegas: Quad hotel changing to the Linq after $223M redo

The Linq, Las Vegas' newish shopping, dining and night life center, will now get a namesake hotel and casino, owner Caesars Entertainment announced, and as reported by the Los Angeles Times.

The company is transforming the current Quad Resort & Casino into what will be the 2,256-room Linq Hotel & Casino starting October 30.

Architects Elkus Manfredi and Berman, Walls & Associates are the designers for the hotel-casino between the Flamingo and Harrah's.

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It will be built around a "signature lobby bar," the announcement said, and feature rooms with modern design elements and wall murals that draw on the city's old-time glamour.

Reservations for the Linq are open for stays October 30 and later. The Quad will remain open until the switchover.

The hotel connects to the promenade's 12 restaurants, eight bars, 14 shops and two concert venues, and some rooms will overlook the 550-foot-tall High Roller, according to a statement.

 

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