If you visit Las Vegas and have money to burn, you can't beat staying at the Bellagio, Wynn or the Venetian. But all that elegance is not half as fun as staying at The LINQ Hotel and Casino.
The redesigned and renamed Imperial Palace is a place hipsters from 20 to 80 can enjoy. Its design is clean and stainless steely, It's high tech (you can check in at a kiosk and skip the line). It's fun. And it spills out onto the LINQ Promenade, an allee of fun between the hotel and its neighbor, the Flamingo Las Vegas. The Promenade is the home of the High Roller, Brooklyn Bowl, one of Guy Fieri's restaurants (Vegas Kitchen) and my favorite cupcake shop in Clark County (Sprinkles). Soon In-N-Out Burger will be there too!
This week-end The LINQ added one more fun amenities not found on the Las Vegas Strip: Bunk beds! Yep, Caesars Entertainment outfitted 12 rooms that had two queen-sized beds with two additional bunk beds. These rooms also have USB charging stations, a flat-screen TV, refrigerator and a rain-shower shower head. What else could any hipster want?
P.S. You can rent Zahtzee and Twister. But why? You are on theLas Vegas Strip! Just sayin'.
And here's the best part: These rooms start at $69 a night during the week! And that, kids, is my best Vegas secret. The LINQ has THE BEST room rates on the Strip. The coolest and the most affordable. How do you beat that?
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