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10 Secrets Of The LINQ Hotel + Experience

Last updated: May 13, 2019 at 10:03 am. Posted by in Las Vegas Hotels, The LINQ. 2 Comments on 10 Secrets Of The LINQ Hotel + Experience.

Poolside parties. A beer wall. A zipline.  A salt cave. The LINQ Hotel + Experience has so many fun things to do you won’t know where to start. And don’t forget they also have great rooms and suites.

We’ve put together some pro tips and insider information to help you have your best experience at his hip center-Strip hotel. Be sure to take lots of photos – your friends will be full of FOMO.

10 Secrets of The LINQ Las Vegas Hotel + Experience

The LINQ Las Vegas Hotel & Casino Bunk Bed Room

The bunk bed room at The LINQ. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Call Top Bunk

The LINQ obviously has lots of hotel rooms, but did you know they have bunk bed rooms? The rooms are a great option for groups who are traveling together and want to share a room and save a few bucks. They’re also perfect for families.

The 300-square-foot room comes with two queen pillow-top beds as well as one twin bunk bed. It’s also decked out with a mini fridge, 47-inch LED flat-screen TV and USB charging stations.

The Beer Wall at The Book at The LINQ Las Vegas Hotel & Casino

The Beer Wall at The Book. Photo courtesy of The LINQ.

Beer Yourself

The LINQ takes the phrase “beer me” to another level. You actually get to beer yourself at the self-serve beer wall inside The Book. Grab a glass and sample a variety of stouts, lagers and IPAs from the tap wall, which features 24 different options.

If you don’t know your stouts from your IPAs, you can also get your brew on with a curated beer tasting experience at The Book. A beer expert will guide you through a tutorial and tasting of eight beers and you’ll learn tips and tricks about pouring the perfect pint.

Poolside Party

The LINQ combines the best of both worlds in their Deluxe Poolside Cabana room. You get a cool hotel room and a poolside cabana in one.

Book this room and you’ll get a private poolside patio just steps from the LINQ’s 21 and older Influence pool. The patio is totally outfitted with couches, an umbrella, towels and a flat-screen TV. Need a cocktail? Just raise your patio flag and your server will bring you a refreshing drink.

Inside your 300-square-foot room you’ll find a 47-inch TV, cool wall art, USB charging stations and a rain shower. Check out our tour of this fun room.

The Book, the new sportsbook at the LINQ Las Vegas Hotel & Casino

The Book is a fresh new take on the sports book. Photo by AVABLU / Courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Fan Up

The Book at The LINQ is a great place to watch a game, but if you want to elevate your experience, book yourself a Fan Cave for you and up to five of your buddies.

These 12 rentable living rooms feature a 98-inch TV (that can be split into four screens), two 49-inch TVs, Xbox game consoles, VR and more. So basically, you can watch all the games and play some of your own.

Chicken Wings at Sticky Chicken at The LINQ

Wings at Sticky Chicken. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Wing It

You know what it’s like. You’re watching a game and you get hungry but you don’t want to miss a minute of the action. No worries if you’re watching that game at The Book at The LINQ. You can order food from the nearby Sticky Chicken via your mobile phone or at the bar and not have to give up your seat.

The restaurant is an indoor food truck that serves up tasty wings with a variety of spices and sauces. Think Sticky Korean, Nashville Hot, Caribbean Jerk, Buffalo and more. If wings aren’t your thing, there are chicken sandwiches, chicken tenders and fries.

Beer pong at O'Sheas - Also check out the happy hour specials

Beer pong at O’Sheas. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Get Lucky

If you’re looking to save some cash on cocktails in Vegas, head to O’Sheas at The LINQ. This Irish-inspired pub is always a good time with gaming, beer pong and live entertainment.

Things get even more fun during Lucky Hour, Monday – Friday from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. and 2 a.m. – 6 a.m. During this magical time you’ll find $2 Jell-O shots, $3 Miller Lite or Coors Light and $5 shots including Fireball, Patron, Jameson and Jagermeister. You can also grab a Guinness draft for $4 and a beer and a Jameson shot for $8.

The salt cave at the Spa at The LINQ Las Vegas

The salt cave at the Spa at The LINQ. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Just Breathe

We’ve got a secret that will help you breathe easier. The Spa at The LINQ has a unique amenity – a Himalayan Salt Cave.

Natural salt caves have been used for centuries to help with congestion, asthma and other sinus conditions. This 45-minute session is open to those who book a treatment ($50 and up) and it must be booked in advance.

The walls of the cave are lined with glowing Himalayan crystal salts to create a calming and peaceful environment.

Yoga In The Sky at the High Roller Observation Wheel.

Yoga In The Sky at the High Roller Observation Wheel. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Roll With It

It’s no secret that the High Roller is an iconic Las Vegas attraction that offers amazing Strip views. It’s cool to take a standard ride, but what you might not know is that there are several other interesting ways to experience the world’s tallest observation wheel.

Upgrade your ride to a party with an open bar cabin. A Happy Half Hour ticket includes one 30-minute rotation with an in-cabin open bar and bartender to serve up the fun. Happy Half Hour tickets are available from noon – 1 a.m.

Want a more chill experience? You can do yoga 550 feet in the sky. For amateurs and pros alike, this unique one-hour experience provides a soothing zen session while taking in the sweeping views.

One of our favorite ways to enjoy the High Roller is with some chocolate. You can taste handcrafted chocolates from Las Vegas-based Ethel M Chocolates paired with a complimentary drink. Led by a chocolatier ambassador, guests sample exclusive chocolates and learn about the origins and creation of each piece as they enjoy the ride.

Fly backwards at the FLY LINQ Zipline.

Fly backwards at the FLY LINQ zipline. Photo by Nina Corpuz/Total Vegas Blog.

Fly This Way

You’ve probably seen the FLY LINQ zipline with people soaring 12 stories above the LINQ Promenade. But did you know you can now fly backwards on it?

Riders can fly either seated or superman style. Sure, you can fly forwards, but why not try a whole new perspective and fly backwards? It definitely adds to the thrill. Check our our tips on how to get the most from your flight.

The Cupcake ATM satisfies any late-night Sprinkles cravings.

The Cupcake ATM satisfies any late-night Sprinkles cravings. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Make a Withdrawal

Sprinkles Cupcakes on the LINQ Promenade is a delicious way to satisfy your sweet tooth with their famous cupcakes, cookies and ice cream. But what happens when that sweet craving hits at 3 a.m.?

Sprinkles has you covered with their cupcake ATM. The cupcake ATM, located outside the store, is restocked throughout the day with a variety of freshly-baked cupcakes and cookies so you can enjoy them 24/7.

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About The Author

Kristine came to Las Vegas more than 20 years ago to escape the frigid weather of Minnesota. Now she soaks up the sun while covering all things Vegas from dining to nightlife to hotels. She has written for the Las Vegas Review-Journal and When she’s not scouring the Strip for stories you can usually find her at a concert, enjoying a nice glass of wine or binge-watching Netflix and HBO.

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2 Responses

  1. Kristine,
    Thanks for the great coverage on the LINQ hotel. I remember when it was the Imperial Palace & we had the Celebrity look-alike convention there. What ever happed to the Car museum in the rear of the hotel?

    Best wishes,

    Dennis Keogh

    The James Bond/ Sean Connery impersonator

  2. Kristine McKenzie

    Hi Dennis – The Auto Collection at the LINQ closed at the end of 2017.