High Roller Nearly Ready To Roll
Las Vegas CBS KXNT – Caesars Entertainment hit a milestone Tuesday in the construction of its Linq project on the Strip.
The final rim piece of the 500-foot observation wheel called the High Roller was put in place. The next step will be adding the cabins — 28 observation suites that each hold 40 people.
When it’s completed the High Roller will turn slowly, rotating every half-hour and providing riders with a sweeping view of the valley.
If you think that sounds like a great place to hold a party, Linq General Manager Jon Gray says you won’t be disappointed.
“We can roll bars into those cabins, we can cater those cabins,” Gray told KXNT. “You and 39 of your friends can have a great party inside the cabin.”
There are already inquiries from companies about corporate functions and from brides-to-be about weddings on the High Roller, Gray said.
The High Roller will have electric power by the end of the year. It’s scheduled to open some time in the first half of 2014.