The Linq

The Linq is one of the more recent retail, leisure, and dining complexes to be developed in Las Vegas. It is located right in the middle of the Strip, opposite Caesars Palace and next door to the Linq hotel which also belongs to Caesars Entertainment.


The principal attraction at The Linq is the High Roller, which at 550 feet is the largest Ferris Wheel in the world, beating giants such as the Singapore Flyer.

Way down below, at street level, you will find more than 40 shops, bars, and restaurants. The jewel of the crown is surely the Brooklyn Bowl, an enormous night spot with a bowling alley, sports events, concerts, and a disco.


If strolling along the strip is exciting, visiting The Linq is an obligation. However, the High Roller is not essential as there are better viewpoints, at no cost, around the city.


24 hours a day, every day.

Nearby places

Hotel Flamingo (263 m) Omnia Nightclub (291 m) High Roller (309 m) The Mirage Volcano (324 m) Caesars Palace (343 m)