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The LINQ Las Vegas Walk Through

I visited Vegas this week and walked through The LINQ Las Vegas. The Linq casino reopened in June but the hotel was still closed. The LINQ Hotel recently reopened for reservations for Thursday through Sunday night.

The LINQ, once the Flamingo Capri Motel, the Asian themed Imperial Palace, and the Quad, offers 2,640 rooms, 830 slots, 55 table games, and a sportsbook.

When the Linq was the Imperial Palace, it was my go to hotel. Probably because parking was free and rooms were only $10 a night. But it was the 90’s.

Pro-tip: You can use your Caesar’s Rewards benefits such as discounted hotel rates and offers at The Linq Hotel & Casino.

In this video, you’ll see which Linq restaurants and bars are currently open and which are closed for your trip to Las Vegas.

For this visit to Vegas, I skipped the $44 roundtrip flights offered on Spirit and Frontier to Las Vegas and road tripped.

I love flying because it’s fast and easy but with the low cost carriers I was limited to one backpack. My PacSafe backpack was loaded with clothes, my Macbook Pro, and my Sony ZV-1.

You can watch my Sony ZV-1 unboxing video.

Driving made more sense because I brought more camera gear for this trip: a Sony a7iii with a Sony 16-35mm lens, the DJI Ronin-S (gimbal for large cameras), a Sony ZV-1, a GoPro Hero8, a DJI Mobile 2 smartphone gimbal, and the new DJI OM 4 smartphone gimbal.

Curious about the new gimbal for smartphones? Read my blog post about the DJI OM 4.

Yes, I can’t lie. Electronics are my weakness.

And I was able to book an $8 a night hotel!

Curious what The Mirage looks like now? Check out my post on The Mirage Las Vegas walk through.

I haven’t stayed at The LINQ Las Vegas yet but loved it when it was the Imperial Palace. What’s your favorite Las Vegas hotel?

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