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The LINQ Las Vegas Hotel + Experience REVIEWS – The LINQ Las Vegas Hotel + Experience at 3535 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV 89109 – Bipper Media


The LINQ Las Vegas Hotel + Experience REVIEWS – The LINQ Las Vegas Hotel + Experience at 3535 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV 89109 The LINQ Las Vegas Hotel + Experience in Las Vegas, Nevada The LINQ Las Vegas Hotel + Experience in Las Vegas, Nevada
Ratings and reviews for The LINQ Las Vegas Hotel + Experience Ratings and reviews for The LINQ Las Vegas Hotel + Experience
Teresa Ortiz Stayed Sat 1/19/24 to Mon 1/22/24 in King Bed Cabana room. Great stay! Obviously this property is older and remodeled. Amazing first impression. Every staff member within hotel or businesses were polite. We actually never left property! Ate in casino as well as ally with bars and restaurants. Even decided on last minute tattoo at Club Tattoo. Even though pool was closed for winter, nice to finally get a cabana room to enjoy the extra large patio. Rooms were very clean. Im pleasantly surprised, not expecting much from such a older property. Perfect size property for a chill stay.Rooms: Very clean and comfortable bedWalkability: Easy access to Cesar’s and Flaminogs and monorailFood & drinks: Best breakfast at Hash Hash A GoGo and dinner at casinoNoteworthy details: Linq walk way just perfect when you needed air but didn’t want to walk the actual strip sidewalks Ann Vaughn We knew booking this room that it wasn’t a luxurious hotel. We wanted something relatively cheap as we were flying cross country to see Adele. Our room was dark with few lamps working. It had a musty odor and we ended up with 2 double beds instead of one king size. The water in the shower smelled horrible. The shampoo and conditioner containers were both empty. The hand soap dispenser was filled with body wash. If you know what you’re getting into, this hotel is just fine. The casino smells like essential oils and breakfast at Hash House a Go Go was great! So overall it was a good stay. Just not 5 star luxury, but that’s not what we signed up for anyway. $40 resort fee is ridiculous when he accepted no housekeeping during our stay and our phone didn’t even work. This is frustrating because you feel taken advantage of as a consumer but can’t do anything about it. We would not stay at The LINQ again. There are too many other nicer hotels in the area to choose from. ISU alum2010 This was a great hotel/casino not the fanciest but very nice and for the location it was a much cheaper price than many of the surrounding casinos. I highly recommend this place and for those who have never got to experience the greatness of In-N-Out burger there is one right next to one of the exits of the casino. The value for your stay and location is why I loved it.Walkability: Right in the middle of the strip great location. Una Foley Hotel is quite shabby – towels , sheets and pillowcases are well worn and really past their sell by date. Bedroom phone didn’t work and the safe was also broken. Carpet really grubby. The view of the pool that we were offered was hilarious – like an abandoned area with a sense of decay. Shower wasn’t always hot. Location on the strip is excellent but I would not stay there again. Ben Nelson I recently stayed at The LINQ Las Vegas Hotel from January 21 to 27, booking two rooms for my team who were in town for a conference. Unfortunately, our experience was deeply disappointing and fell far below our expectations for a reputed hotel.The most concerning issue was the presence of black mold in the shower and on the curtain in our hotel room. This is not only unsightly but also poses a serious health risk. For a hotel of this caliber, such a lack of basic cleanliness and hygiene is unacceptable.Our busy schedule during the conference meant that we were constantly pressed for time and energy. Although we realized the need to request a new room, the thought of repacking and moving our belongings in the midst of a hectic schedule was overwhelming. This added an unnecessary layer of stress to our stay.Given these circumstances, our experience at The LINQ was far from satisfactory. It’s disappointing that we had to compromise our comfort and health during what was supposed to be a professional and hassle-free trip. I regret to say that due to this experience, I will not be choosing this property again for any future stays. Paul Walton That Guy In a word, awful. From the hotel room window, you get to see the other side of the hotel and rooftop. The rooftop is easier on the eyes to look at. It reminded me of a cross between a worn out circus tent and government project housing in the ghetto. The room has a chemical odor. It made my eyes itch and my companion’s nose run.The room was made up only three of the four nights. The lights are dim and except for bedside and they are poorly placed. One lamp has an on and off floor switch located behind a chair which is stuffed into a corner making it difficult to move around to operate the switch. The way the desk/shelf is designed, it is impossible to walk to the further bed when a person is seated at the desk.There is cracked and broken marble in the bathroom. At 5’8″, the toilet is so high that my legs dangle. There is missing caulk in the shower and a slow drain causing water to pool over your feet and into the missing caulk areas. I’m pretty sure mold is growing in the corner of the shower.There are QR codes posted for checking out late and additional services, but nothing to report problems with the room. And finally, the single most gross thing about the room is they use paper cups and don’t replace them every day (see health risks associated with reusing paper cups).Food & drinks: Most of the food available from vendors or restaurants in the hotel was quite good but I can’t wrap my head around $7 bottles of water though. Casey Lunkley I recently stayed at the LINQ Hotel in Las Vegas and had quite an enjoyable experience, though not without a few hiccups. The hotel itself boasts a fantastic location, perfect for those looking to immerse themselves in the vibrant Vegas atmosphere. As a gambling enthusiast, I found the casino to be top-notch, offering a wide variety of games that kept me entertained throughout my stay.The room was comfortable, providing a much-needed respite after a day full of activities. However, I did notice that the room was a bit dusty. This wasn’t a major issue, but a bit more attention to detail in the cleaning department would have made the room perfect.One of the highlights of my stay was the array of dining options available at the hotel. Whether you’re looking for a quick bite or a fancy meal, there’s something for everyone. And, of course, the nightlife here is vibrant and exciting, living up to the Las Vegas reputation.On the downside, my experience with the service on the gambling floor was mixed. While I appreciate the convenience of having waitresses available, I found it a bit off-putting that they seemed overly expectant of tips, especially when I had to remind one of them about my drink order.LINQ is a great choice for those looking to enjoy the quintessential Vegas experience – gambling, entertainment, and a lively atmosphere. Just be prepared for a little room dust and some eager service on the casino floor. Despite these minor issues, my overall experience was positive, and I would consider staying here again on my next Vegas adventure.Walkability: Very centrally located. Features at The LINQ Las Vegas Hotel + Experience Other Luxor Hotel & Casino Las Vegas, Nevada Caesars Palace Paradise, Nevada

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