The High Roller is Las Vegas’ newest and most exciting attraction at The Linq.
It dominates the skyline and can be seen 360 across Sin City within 15 minutes as your rise to the top of the remarkable feat of engineering.
8 feet higher than the previous ‘worlds tourist wheel’ in Singapore, the High Roller really is the must visit attraction in Sin City for 2014.
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Construction of this enormous frame began in 2011 and was completed in early 2014. The High Roller opened last month, this wheel, akin to The London Eye, offers the best panoramic views anywhere on the Las Vegas Strip.
Taken just 30 minutes to do your journey, rising high above ‘The Linq’ – LV’s newest property and development.
The wheel, which can be seen from the airport and located behind the brand new LINQ LAS VEGAS looks cute from the Strip. It isn’t until you stand under it that you appreciate the enormity, grandeur and size of this impressive addition to the LV Skyline.
Once checked in you board the capsule which feel spacious, absolutely safe and totally steady throughout. The technology of this wheel is revolutionary.
Obviously each capsule is fully air conditioned.
You cannot fail to be impressed as you magestically rise above the enormous hotels and casinos. You can hardly feel you are moving at all.
Even a nervous ‘flyer’ will feel totally at home is this well designed cabin with seating for all.
The height of this mammouth structure is hugely deceptive. It’s all about the scale of Las Vegas – small is huge, average is enormous….and that’s just at the buffets!
What The High Roller offers is 30 minutes of solitude enjoy the natural beautiful of Nevada behind the fascade of Sin City.
I could of done without the annoying commentary from the guy on the TV screen who was frankly as funny as a losing a million at the roulette table. Maybe Caesars could offer an option to mute his drone so that the brilliance of the experience can go from 99 to 100%.
Bravo Caesars, this is without question the outdoor attraction of the year and for once a building that has added to the brilliance, ingenuity and evolution of Las Vegas.
Review by Alex Belfield for Celebrity Radio recorded 17th May 2014.
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