The LINQ Hotel & Casino, located in the middle of the Strip in Las Vegas said Thursday that it has plans to add bunk bed rooms with “hip technology and chic décor” in May, to their current offerings.

According to the information release from the Caesars Entertainment Corporation, the bunk bed rooms will provide modern travelers and millennials with a unique experience and a chance to room with four of their fellow Strip-mates in time for summer travel. Linq officials described the innovative rooms as an affordable way for travelers to “live out their Las Vegas experience,” as reported by PR Newswire.

The 12 350-square-feet bunk bed rooms start at a rate of $69 and feature one queen-size pillow-top bed that has an attached twin-size bunk bed loft and one free-standing queen-size pillow-top bed. The electronic features included are a 47-inch LED flat-screen TV and USB charging stations. The new rooms have been designed with light furnishings that are modern and have “pops of color.” Also unique, games like Cards Against Humanity, Jenga, Twister, Yahtzee, and Simon can be rented by guests.

Formerly the Quad, the LINQ Hotel is located at 3535 Las Vegas Boulevard South. Caesars Entertainment is its parent company. The LINQ Hotel & Casino offers 2,253 rooms that have been newly renovated, including 244 suites, two unique penthouses, and 25 cabana rooms that have direct pool access. There is also the new 15,000 square-foot Spa, as well as a fitness center, a pool deck, which has two pools, and for intimate weddings, the Silver Sky Chapel, with 63,000 square feet of meeting space.