This property opened in late October, 2014. Prior to that it was The Quad (2012-2014) — and before that, Imperial Palace (1979-2012) and — way back in 1959, it was the Flamingo Capri (1959-1979). That makes it a venerable building, which has been rebuilt five or six times, and is now aged over 58 years. It’s almost precisely center-Strip, as you can see on the Map. For reference, right across the street is Caesars.
Budget-minded travelers looking for value should put this place on their list to consider; its rooms are lower-priced and the casino games have low minimums as well. Its pool parties also make it attractive to a younger crowd.
LINQ CASINO LAS VEGAS
Casino features include a race & sports book, where you can also play keno.
There are 830 slots altogether: Progressive games of Megabucks, Wheel of Fortune and others; video poker, video slots of all sort, in penny to quarter denominations.
The casino offers 55 table games. These include the classics of blackjack/roulette/craps, but also Big Six Wheel, 3-Card Poker, Let It Ride, Texas Holdem Bonus Poker, Pai Gow Poker.
The hotel has 2,640 rooms and Joka Casino suites (1088 rooms, 225 suites).
Restaurants here include: Guy Fieri’s Vegas Kitchen & Bar, Chayo Mexican Kitchen & Tequila Bar, Hash House A Go Go, Nook Cafe, Starbucks, Nook Express
Bars: Catalyst Bar (open 24 hrs.), Tag Sports Bar (gaming lounge with 200+ beers to try), and the bar named 3535 — which is also their address.
The huge party pool is in Tower 3. Visit it for swimming and games, daily DJs, food and cocktails. It’s open between 9am-5pm.
The spa offers whirlpools, eucalyptus steam rooms, and its salon …Read More →