The Linq used to be the Quad and, before that, the Imperial Palace. This ‘resort’ has undergone more changes (or, rather, superficial face-lifts) that have often delivered very little change in quality. However, the Linq is trying to match the new visitor-energy created by the adjacent ‘High Roller’; so, the face-lift into a modern ‘resort’ is now almost complete, with mixed reviews on the outcome. We have a section on hotel reviews (titled Which Vegas Hotel?) which goes into detail about the Linq. But…
Is there a buffet at the (new) Linq resort?
No, at least not for now. You will find a food court and a few restaurants but, if you want a buffet, you’ll have to go to the very nice, nearby Mirage buffet or, if you want to stay within the same ‘group’ (Caesar’s Entertainment), the closest is the not-so-exciting buffet at Harrah’s. If you seek a really cheap buffet yet good (relatively easily accessible), you may want to get on a free shuttle and go to the delicious Palms buffet. You can use the free Rio shuttles departing from Harrah’s or Bally’s, or the Palms shuttle to the forum shops (however, this service is not regular so it’s always best to ask them directly by phoning (702) 944-3200.
We are going to post news and updates on the Linq. And you know… It’ll be in our own no-sugar-coating review-style 🙂
Location: the northern side of mid Strip. Quite a walk if you want to go to the lovely Bellagio buffet or the modern and upscale Aria buffet inside City Center. The Linq contact number: 1 (702) 794-3174 or 1 800 634 6441