A new hotel and casino is now open for business, formerly known as The Quad. It's been newly-transformed into The LINQ Hotel & Casino.
"It's a good look. The bar looks nice, a lots of slots. I'm excited to play and we're excited to have fun," said visitor Toby Depew.
Depew and Arlana Brugato are checking in to celebrate their engagement. The young couple is exactly the age demographic Caesars execs want to target with the fresh, modern hotel.
"The demographic coming to Las Vegas is getting younger and younger. It's gone down five years in the last five years, so we need to make sure we are giving and offering exactly what somebody is looking for," said Bob Morse, President of Hospitality.
The LINQ Hotel & Casino is less about gaming and more about the Vegas experience. Settled within The LINQ Promenade, it's surrounded by bars, restaurants and shops.
"You can stay at a great room at The LINQ Hotel, go down to the casino floor and go right out onto The LINQ Promenade. You can have room service delivered from Brooklyn Bowl up to your room. It's all one integrated experience now," said Jon Gray, VP of Marketing at the hotel.
Inside the hotel, the focal point is the 3535 Bar with gaming and specialty cocktails; upstairs 900 newly renovated rooms at a price point more affordable for a younger crowd.
"We're excited to check it out. We just literally got into the hotel and haven't made it too far past this point yet," said Brugato.
The hotel is rolling out a series of new features over the next few months; new restaurants and new shops.
Then next year it will reopen the remainder of the rooms; more than 2,000 hotel rooms. There will also be a new pool and spa.
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