Linq Hotel Self Parking Fee & Valet Fee – Including Promenade & High Roller Observation Wheel

Linq Hotel Valet Parking Area

Linq Hotel Valet Parking Area

By Steve Beauregard (Updated February 2017)

Between valet parking, a 5 story self-parking garage, and spacious ground level parking lot, there is plenty of room for visitors to the Linq Hotel, Linq promenade shopping area, and High Roller Ferris Wheel.

With 2,256 hotel rooms, the newly remodeled Linq Hotel and Casino isn’t one of the largest hotels in Las Vegas, so there is usually enough room for those of you staying there in the resort’s 5 level parking garage located behind the hotel, (on the east side).

Access to the hotel from the parking garage isn’t as easily found as it is at other resorts, but the walk from the hotel to the garage is shorter than others I’ve experienced. You’ll reach the hotel by taking the Linq Parking Garage elevators to the first level.

Linq Parking Fee

Beginning sometime in the spring of 2017, The Linq will charge customers for self-parking and valet parking. Prices for self-parking haven’t been announced yet, but I will update this article as soon as they are.

Fees for valet parking at the Linq have been announced, and are as follows:

Up to 4 Hours: $8

4 to 24 Hours: $13

Over 24 Hours: $13 for each additional day.

Parking will be free for anyone who who has reached Platinum, Diamond, or Seven Stars status on their Total Rewards card.

Other notes about the parking fees:

* For hotel guests, the valet parking fee will be automatically charged to your room.

* A guest staying at the Linq will still have to pay the full valet parking fee at any other Caesars Entertainment hotel they visit. Even on the same day.

* Hotel guests will have in-and-out privileges, however non-hotel guests will have to pay a new valet parking fee each visit, even on the same day.

In other words, let’s say you valet park at the Linq for a couple of hours to ride the High Roller. You’ll be charged $13 once you leave. Then let’s say you come back later in the night to eat at a restaurant on the Linq Promenade. You’ll get charged another $13.

Directions to Linq Self Parking Garage

From the Las Vegas Strip, you’ll want to east on Flamingo Road. Right after you pass the Cromwell Hotel and Casino on your left, you’ll take the first left, on Linq Lane.

From there, it’s just 1,000 feet to Winnick Avenue, where you’ll want to follow the signs and go left.

Once on Winnick Avenue, it’s very easy to find your way to the Linq’s Self-Parking garage, which will be on your left.

The garage itself has five stories, and has low ceilings. This garage is not exclusively for hotel guests; anyone can use it.

(The valet parking entrance at the Linq Hotel and Casino)

Linq Hotel and Casino Valet Parking

Access to the valet parking services at the Linq Hotel (note I say “hotel.” Linq Promenade and High Roller valet parking is addressed further down below in this article), is now on the back side of the resort, accessible from Linq Lane.

You’ll follow the same directions as you would for self-parking, only following the “valet signs” to the hotel’s shiny, fancy new port cochere.

Linq Promenade and High Roller Observation Wheel Parking and Valet

For all their faults, Caesars Entertainment did well by creating a plethora of parking spaces for their Linq shopping area and observation wheel.

You’ll find parking for the promenade and observation wheel behind the wheel, following some of the same directions listed above for the Linq Hotel self-parking garage.

The parking lot for the Linq shops and High Roller is on the bottom left

The parking lot for the Linq shops and High Roller is on the bottom left

Again, from the Strip, you’ll want to head east on Flamingo Avenue, turning left onto Linq Lane. One thousand or so feet ahead of you, you’ll see the parking lots on your left. This is self-parking.

Alternatively, you may want to drive a little further ahead, where the Linq Promenade and High Roller have a valet stand.

Random Linq Hotel Parking Garage Tidbits

** The 5th floor of the Linq Hotel and Casinos’ parking garage features a long running enclosed exhibit of over 250 classic cars. (There is an entrance fee).

** On March 1, 2014, the lower level of the Linq’s parking garage (it was still called “The Quad” back then, flooded, after heavy rains drenched the Las Vegas valley.

(Bottom photo courtesy of Daniel Ramirez via Flickr).