The LINQ Hotel & Casino, located in the heart of Las Vegas’ famous strip between The Flamingo and Harrah’s Las Vegas, has completed its full resort renovation. The $223 million redesign is focused towards tech-savvy, adventure seeking millennials, and is intended to support authentic social interactivity while providing a level of direct access to restaurants, entertainment and shopping that can’t be found anywhere else in Las Vegas.

The welcome experience is built around a signature lobby bar, new retail and spa amenities and a dynamic pool deck. Guest arrival is technology centric offering automated valet retrieval and check-in options including texting or touchscreen interface and multiple kiosk sites in which to pick up keys. Free Wi-Fi is available throughout offering the ability to stay seamlessly connected within the complex.

The resort now offers 2,253 newly renovated guest rooms and includes 244 suites, two unique urban loft-style penthouses, and 25 first-of-its-kind poolside cabanas. The rooms start at $89 per night and all offer floor to ceiling windows with views of either the strip or The High Roller – the world’s tallest observation wheel. Huffington Post named the High Roller “2015’s must-see attraction in Vegas” and the Clark county commissioners have awarded it the very first “Las Vegas Strip Icon Award” as the High Roller has redefined the Vegas skyline.

The LINQ resorts’ other attractions include multiple pools with 21 and over poolside entertainment events, an all-new 15,000 sq. ft. full-service spa and salon featuring both couples and separate men’s and women’s relaxation areas including Himalayan Salt Caves for rejuvenation, and a 2,000 sq. ft. fitness center.

3535 at The LINQ is Vegas’ newest infusion bar and a trend seeker’s destination lounge providing guests the opportunity to sample unique flavors and customize their bottle experience. Entertainment includes weekend DJ sets, live-painting local artists, and beginning August 5th – Mat Franco, the first magician to win NBC’s America’s Got Talent. Mat will be bringing his fresh and fun twist on magic that defies all expectations in a full-scale production built on brand new, never before seen material.

The LINQ’s “re-imagined renovation” is the result of a close partnership between Caesars Entertainment Corporation and Elkus Manfredi Architects and is designed to be the new and youthful social hub of Las Vegas.