Starting Thursday, guests will be able to once again stay at the Linq, according to a news release from Caesars Entertainment.
The Linq’s hotel, which has been closed since mid-March, will be open Thursdays through Sundays at first, the company said.
The gaming floor at the Strip property has been open since mid-June.
“With a continued emphasis on our enhanced health and safety protocols, we look forward to welcoming guests back to staying at our contemporary hotel,” said Dan Walsh, senior vice president of the Linq.
Among the amenities that will be open Thursday through Sunday at the Linq will be the hotel’s spa and salon and Guy Fieri’s Vegas Kitchen & Bar, which will also be open Mondays.
Following Gov. Steve Sisolak’s order to shut down all casino operations in the state on March 17 — a directive that lasted for more than two months — the Linq will join Caesars Palace, the Flamingo, Harrah’s Las Vegas, Paris Las Vegas, and Bally’s as reopened Caesars Entertainment properties on the Strip.
Among Caesars casino resorts in Las Vegas that have yet to open are Planet Hollywood, the Cromwell and Rio.