The LINQ Promenade // Las Vegas

The LINQ Promenade is a brick-paved, pedestrian-only street set between The LINQ Hotel & Casino and the Flamingo Las Vegas Resort. It’s a fun entertainment district lined with shops, restaurants, and bars. At the end of the promenade you’ll find one of the best attractions in Vegas–the High Roller!

The LINQ Promenade is my favorite place to hang out on the Strip, especially when the lights come on just after sunset. Music plays over the speakers as you walk up and down the Promenade with a drink in hand. Stop in at the shops, have dinner, and then go back to one of many bars. It’s a lively place to be with lots of people around. It generally has the same vibe as the rest of the Strip, but because it’s tucked away between two hotels, you start to feel like you’re in another city.

My recommendations: grab a juice (with or without alcohol) at Squeeze and stop for a cupcake at Sprinkles. Then do some shopping at Kitson before you catch some live music at Brooklyn Bowl. Most importantly, don’t forget to take a ride on the High Roller (the world’s tallest observation wheel). I didn’t get a chance to take a spin on the High Roller, but it’s definitely at the top of the list for my next trip to Vegas.

The LINQ Promenade is easily accessed from Las Vegas Boulevard, or directly through The LINQ and Flamingo hotels.

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Head to the LINQ Promenade on the Las Vegas strip for restaurants, shops, nightlife, and the High Roller observation wheel.






By Courtney Minor

Wandering around and writing about it.

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