3535 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV | 800-634-6441 | The Linq Casino
Linq has had multiple names since first opening as Flamingo Capri in 1959. It was also known as Imperial Palace and Quad before rebranding to Linq in 2014.
The adjacent Linq Promenade offers guests dining and entertainment options, including the High Roller observation wheel. O’Sheas has an entrance to the promenade. This boutique casino within the Linq offers a few table games, video poker, and bar games.
The main Linq Casino has a larger selection of table games, electronic table games, slots, and video poker machines. There is also a Caesars Sportsbook. The property also has multiple restaurants and over 2,200 hotel rooms.
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Linq Casino offers table games, slots, and video poker machines. There is also a Caesars Sportsbook. It features 50 TVs, lounge seating, bartop video poker, and fan caves. Players may create a Caesars sports betting app account at the Linq sportsbook. Cash transactions for it are also handled here. Note that the Nevada app is different than the one used in other states.
Players may receive slot play and member offers by using their Caesars Rewards card. Slot points are earned while playing most machines. Players who achieve the Platinum tier and higher receive free parking and line passes. Diamond and Seven Stars players receive more perks.
The table games in Linq are located near the entrance to O’Sheas. Previously, there were table game pits with views of the Promenade and another pit was closer to the Las Vegas Strip. These are all gone. All Linq table games are now in the back of the casino.
Game options include blackjack, craps, Let It Ride, pai gow poker, roulette, Three Card Poker, and Ultimate Texas Hold’em. Roulette tables have two or three zeroes. Craps has 3-4-5 times odds. The field pays double on 12. There are no 3/2 blackjack tables at Linq.
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O’Sheas Casino at the Linq
O’Sheas is a boutique casino within the Linq. It has a small selection of table games, bartop video poker, and a few electronic table games. O’Sheas is the only Las Vegas casino with roulette that only has it as triple zero. Craps offers 3-4-5 times maximum odds. The field pays double on 12. All blackjack pays 6/5.
Entertainment at Linq
The Linq Promenade also offers multiple entertainment experiences. Guests can view the Strip from up to 550 feet on the High Roller Observation Wheel. It takes 30 minutes for one revolution. For those looking for more thrills, the Fly Linq Zipline is 1,080 feet above the promenade. Up to ten guests can zipline at the same time.
Dining and drinks at Linq
Between the Linq Casino and Linq Promenade, guests will not go hungry. With almost two dozen choices, options range from quick bites to upscale dining. Seating is limited at many promenade quick-serve venues.
- The Boss Cafe – Italian-American cuisine.
- Breeze Daiquiri – Frozen drinks.
- Buddy’s Jersey Eats – Carnival-inspired quick bites. Served from a food truck.
- Chayo Mexican Kitchen + Tequila Bar – Mexican cuisine.
- Dunkin’ – Coffe and doughnuts (two locations)
- Favorite Bistro – French cuisine.
- Flour & Barley – Brick Oven Pizza – Italian and pizza.
- Ghirardelli Ice Cream & Chocolate Shop – Desserts.
- Gordon Ramsay Fish & Chips – British fish and chips.
- Guy Fieri’s Vegas Kitchen & Bar – Comfort food. Burgers.
- Hash House a Go Go – “Twisted farm food.”
- Haute Doggery – Hot dogs with unique toppings.
- In-N-Out Burger – Burgers.
- Jaburritos – Sushi burritos and sushi bowls.
- Maxie’s – Sweet breakfast fare. American cuisine.
- Nook Express – Coffee and pastries.
- Off the Strip – Comfort food.
- Starbucks – Coffee. (temporarily closed)
- Sweet Sin – Desserts,
- Tilted Kilt Pub & Eatery – Pub fare.
- Virgil’s Real Barbecue – Memphis, Carolina, and Texas-style BBQ.
- Yardhouse – American dishes. Craft beer.
Check-in: 4pm | Check-out: 11am | Resort Fee: $39.95 per night
Linq has more than 2,200 rooms and suites available for overnight guests. Pet-friendly rooms are available. All rooms have an in-room safe, an iron/ironing board, and a hairdryer. Additional property amenities include a fitness center, a seasonal adults-only pool, and a spa.
Rooms start around 300 square feet for a single king, two doubles, or two queen beds. Suites provide guests with 600 square feet of space.
Linq Casino FAQ
Does Linq deal 3/2 blackjack?
There are no 3/2 blackjack tables at Linq. All blackjack pays 6/5 there.
Does O’Sheas deal 3/2 blackjack?
All blackjack at O’Sheas pays 6/5.
What are the craps odds at Linq?
The maximum craps odds are 3-4-5 times the pass line bet.
Is there a poker room at Linq?
Linq does not have a poker room. The closest one is at Caesars Palace.
Is there a sportsbook at Linq?
There is a Caesars Sportsbook at Linq.
What happened to O’Sheas casino?
O’Sheas casino is now part of Linq. Part of the Linq footprint is on the old O’Sheas casino one.
Last updated: May 27, 2023