The LINQ, a company that provides retailing, dining, and entertainment solutions, has set its foot in hotel business. It has converted the Quad Resort, initially the Imperial Palace into the new LINQ Hotel & Casino with a total worth of $223 million. The hotel is open for reservation for October.
Quad Resort has undergone complete overhaul. Post renovation its lobby area now has a swanky spa, signature bars, retail shops and a completely new pool deck, which will be open to customers by 2015 spring. This 2256 room hotel situated bang on Las Vegas Boulevard, offers 204 suites. All the suites have been renovated completely and now offer an urban chic feel. With modern amenities and floor-to-roof windows, these suites provide striking views of the Strip or the High Roller.
TAG Lounge, Hash House a Go Go – the big breakfast spot, and the Guy Fieri Vegas Kitchen and Bar will exist the same way as they were in the Quad. 550 feet High Roller will anchor in the rear of the promenade, while attractive and innovative venues like Brooklyn Bowl for live music, BLVD Cocktail Company, F.A.M.E the Asian market, 12AM Run, and Kitson shop will be available between the new property and the observation wheel.
The LINQ intends to become a technologically advanced hotel, which is rich in facilities like automated check-ins, along with touch screen capabilities in VIP lounge and concierge desk. The touch screen facility available at the concierge will allow guests to research and make reservations for restaurants and shows. The roof top of the hotel will be converted into 21,000 square foot Vortex Roof Deck. This space will act as a multipurpose venue serving for occasions like live concerts, weddings, fashion, and shows.
Bob Morse, President of Hospitality Caesars Entertainment, said that the LINQ Hotel & Casino will plunge its visitors into a social lifestyle feel through its provoking yet accessible modern offerings. This new hotel provides dynamic community spaces designed especially for travelers, engaged socially.