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Linq Cabana and Daybed info

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by Kupkakez, Apr 27, 2015.

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  1. Kupkakez

    Kupkakez Tourist

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    I am currently laying in a cabana and figured I'd post some info and pics for those interested. These prices are weekday prices.

    Cabana $200 +18% gratuity

    Includes: One bucket of 5 beers or 2 cocktails (Unless you get bottle service), fruit platter, 3 lounge chairs, flat screen TV, fan, surround sound system, refrigerator, bottled waters and your own personal cabana host and cocktail waitress all day.


    daybeds $75 +18% gratuity

    Includes: One bucket of beers, an umbrella, bottled waters, a safe, and your own personal cocktail waitress.

    I think it's worth the $200 if you feel like having a pool day. It seems like chairs are at a premium. Daybeds surround the main pool around the perimeter.

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  2. breanna61

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    Looks good! I am seriously thinking I may have to give The Linq a try. Enjoy your trip and thanks for passing this info along.
     
  3. mganut

    mganut High-Roller

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    Thanks for the post and pics!
     
  4. NJS24

    NJS24 Low-Roller

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    Who do you talk to?
     
  5. Beach Crazy

    Beach Crazy Hostess With the Mostess

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    Huge Improvement over what it use to be. Thanks for posting!
     
  6. kel3420

    kel3420 VIP Whale

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    Great info ty
     
  7. CaliWes

    CaliWes Tourist

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    Well worth it.....Enjoy the Sun!!!!!

    Guessing the Casino isnt going to get as much gambling out of you today :drunk:
     
  8. Suekel

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    Great info, and the pictures are much appreciated. Like Breanna, I'm seriously considering a stay at the Linq in the future, and I never thought I'd say that.
     
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    Very impressive! Is that the actual pool for the link?
     
  10. ksenn

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    How are you liking the Linq so far? Its our 20th anniversary this summer and we have comped rooms for the majority of the CET properties but I just cant get myself to book one here because of some of the recent reviews and I dont want it to ruin our trip. But everything around the Linq seems to be more our speed and it would be nice to have a little extra money to spend.

    My husband mentioned getting a cabana for one day and I told he would be shocked at the prices but these seem fairly reasonable considering some of the alternatives!
     
  11. TrewBrew

    TrewBrew Low-Roller

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    Stayed at The Linq the beginning of April, the only issue that we had was two elevators in the area that we needed to use were out for two of the four days. They did have securuIty at the elevators controlling access so that " more important" people did not push in front of those already waiting.

    The casino is really nice they have it in three sections plus O'Sheas and the high roller area. (I guess that makes five sections)I think it helps with the issues of too much smoke. Drink service was really good also, there when you needed a drink but not interrupting every five minutes.
     
  12. rezmike

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    Thanks for posting! How's the atmosphere at the pool? I've been considering a cabana there with how reasonable they are price-wise, but don't want it to be too dead.
     
  13. TrewBrew

    TrewBrew Low-Roller

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    I liked the pool area, I am more of a morning at the pool relax and get some sun type of person. My wife and the other people that were with us are the late morning early afternoon people. For me it was a good place they played current music not loud and the service was very good (wife called the drink-models) and attractive. I was not there in the afternoon but wife said that the action picked up and so did the music they have a different for pool party time.
    One of the best things for both of us was that it is an over 21 pool so no children running around.
     
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