Last weekend I headed to Las Vegas for a fun (and much needed) kid-free weekend. I hadn’t been on vacation there in a few years so I couldn’t wait to visit and take in all that Las Vegas has to offer.
We stayed at The LINQ Hotel & Casino which sits perfectly on the center of the strip, and in my opinion, is exactly where you want to stay.
Checking in was a breeze thanks to the self check-in kiosks and definitely a time saver. However, if you have a reservation somewhere, you’ll want to leave a little extra time aside in case the elevator area gets congested, which seemed to happen around lunch and dinner time.
If you are looking for a great room, I highly recommend the King Suite. It is a completely modern and spacious room with 600 square feet. Featuring a separate living area, wet bar and 1.5 bathrooms, it’s the perfect room to match your needs, whatever they may be.
The king bed is completely comfortable, which is extremely important after a long day or night on the Las Vegas Strip. And you really can’t go wrong with views of either the iconic High Roller or the strip from your room.
When you are ready to venture out you won’t need to go far as The LINQ has an incredible Promenade lined with fantastic restaurants, shops, bars and of course, the High Roller, which is the largest of its kind in the world! Yes, you read that right. At 550 ft, the High Roller is larger than both the London Eye and the Singapore Flyer.
If you are looking for a fantastic lunch destination, I highly recommend you visit Guy Fieri’s Las Vegas Kitchen and Bar. which is located inside The LINQ. The food is not only delicious, but the portions are huge!
When it’s time to hit the strip, no need to worry about those aching feet as the Monorail is literally steps away from The LINQ and is the best and quickest way to get from one end of the strip to the other.
If you’re looking for a fun and affordable hotel, I highly recommend looking into The LINQ Hotel & Casino. For more information, please visit: www.caesars.com/linq.
*Huge thanks to The LINQ for hosting our stay. All opinions are my own.