With The LINQ’s transition from the former Imperial Palace now officially in the books (as of this month), making the hotel-casino the newest on the Las Vegas strip, Caesars Entertainment (CE) will turn its attention to its iconic Caesars Palace property, which will celebrate its 50th anniversary next year.
Minor renovations to the hotel-casino have taken place during the past couple of years, but CE was mainly occupied with the development of Project LINQ, a new entertainment district across the street from Caesars, which includes The LINQ Hotel & Casino, an outdoor entertainment promenade, and the High Roller, one of the world’ largest observation wheels.
Details of the plans for Caesars 50th will be revealed in about a month, a company executive told Press Today correspondent Mike Baginski in Las Vegas this week.
Caesars Entertainment boasts nine hotel-casinos in Las Vegas (second only to MGM’s 13), including The Cromwell, a boutique hotel that opened last summer.
CE’s Chandra Knee touts The LINQ is the best value on the strip, with rates for its approximately 2,250 rooms starting at only US$89, not to mention it’s ideal location dead centre on Las Vegas Boulevard. Targeted at millennials, the hotel uniquely features a collection of 250 vintage automobiles.
(Photo: High Roller observation wheel)