High Roller

High Roller, Las Vegas: Hours, Address, High Roller Reviews: 4.5/5

High Roller
4.5
4:00 PM - 12:00 AM
Monday
4:00 PM - 12:00 AM
Tuesday
4:00 PM - 12:00 AM
Wednesday
4:00 PM - 12:00 AM
Thursday
4:00 PM - 12:00 AM
Friday
12:00 PM - 12:00 AM
Saturday
12:00 PM - 12:00 AM
Sunday
12:00 PM - 12:00 AM
About
Measuring 520 feet in diameter, the High Roller eclipses both the London Eye and Singapore Flyer. Facing north and south parallel to Las Vegas Boulevard, the wheel takes 30 minutes to complete one full revolution and features 28 glass-enclosed cabins with broad views of Las Vegas and the Strip. Each spherical cabin can hold up to 40 people, with benches on either side of the cabin and plenty of floor space in between-but we imagine you'll want to stand and admire the view. Sight-seeing isn't all that the High Roller has to offer. Take in the best views of Las Vegas from inside a High Roller Happy Half Hour cabin. Your ticket includes one 30-minute ride and an open bar inside the cabin! Allow your body and mind to soar 550 feet in the sky above the Las Vegas Strip in a unique and personalized yoga session with a professional instructor. Or experience a one-of-a-kind sky high chocolate tasting experience paired with your choice of wine!
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from $28.12
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The area
Address
Neighborhood: The Strip
How to get there
  • Flamingo / Caesars Palace Station • 3 min walk
  • Harrah's / The Linq Station • 3 min walk
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momLofteens
Boston, MA158 contributions
Jul 2021
a bit expensive for some fantastic views, You do need to be mobile enough to step on and off quickly and should have good balance. Small groups share a pod. the experience takes about half I recommend using the tick sales kiosk on the side of the building if the line to the ticket counter seems long any time tickets are good for up to one visit over any 3 day period.
Written July 18, 2021
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Decadent1
Las Vegas, NV22 contributions
Apr 2021 • Family
It was my birthday weekend, a milestone in the chronology of my life. My family rented a private pod with bar service on the High Roller at The Linq. What a unique idea. We hopped on the wheel and that is literally. It doesn't stop rotating when your pod comes by. We were greeted by a bartender who served our party of fourteen in an expeditious and friendly manner. The wheel rotates for about 40 minutes. Our bartender kept the drinks flowing while giving a brief history of some of the more renowned hotels on The Strip. The views are spectacular even for veteran residents of Vegas like us, 30 plus years. One note: as it was a birthday there were many events planned for the day. Consequently we rode the wheel at approximately 2 pm. To get the full effects of the neon night life of Sin City it would be probaly more illuminating to take ride the wheel after sunset. Next B-day!
Written September 12, 2021
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Bruins-Fanatic
Boston, MA75 contributions
Nov 2019
This was a fun way to see an aerial view of Las Vegas. If you buy your tickets online, you'll save a few dollars and can also bypass the ticket line, which was quite long when we got there. For anyone having doubts about the High Roller due to height fears or "ride" fears, the roller moves so slowly that you don't actually get the sensation of movement. You can also just stay toward the middle of the cabin to negate any fears of heights. The cabin itself is very roomy and comfortable, with padded benches along two sides and plenty of room. Our pod had four parties with a total of 11 people and we were able to easily walk around and look out at different vantage points. There is a video inside giving some history and background and also telling you how far into the ride you and and how many minutes are left. We chose to go during the daytime so we could see the landmarks better. It was worth the trip!
Written January 19, 2020
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Heidi B
6 contributions
Oct 2020
Although I had never experienced the High Roller before this trip, I actually ended up doing it twice this time—once during the day and once at night. Both times of day are great in my opinion, it just depends on what type of experience you want. They do charge more for the night time views, but honestly it’s really the same viewpoint. The ride takes exactly 30 minutes and is very slow moving, so there’s plenty of time for pictures. During COVID times, they are capping the number of people per pod to about 6-8 total. It’s a HUGE pod, so you have plenty of breathing room. There will be a bar just before you get on the escalators to board, so if you want a drink, grab one! You’re allowed to take a drink with you! I think this attraction is a must visit if you’ve never done it before!
Written November 9, 2020
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LiDawn40
Chicago, IL30 contributions
Apr 2021 • Family
“Due to Covid” didn’t open until 4pm. Caesar’s customer service said I’d be fine with my GoCity pass. After waiting in line for 30 minutes, the CS guy tells me I need to pay an extra $15 per person ($90 total) as these were daytime only tickets. I explained and he told me I was given wrong information and daytime ends at 6pm (actually the sign says 3:59 pm but they don’t open until 4). It was 6:03!!!! Told him I’d been there for 30 minutes, but said it was a “system issue”. After asking to speak with a manager, the “system issues”
Disappeared. Give it a 1 for the long lines and CS and 4 for the experience.
Written April 2, 2021
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TravelJunkeee
Mission Viejo, CA17 contributions
Jun 2021
We bought tix in advance from Vegas.com and that worked out well. When we arrived on Tuesday afternoon there weren't many people in line. We actually got our own "bubble" to ride in.
We both ordered a drink, be aware they don't seem to have many drinks or maybe the bartender just didn't know how to fix many of the popular drinks that we initially asked for. My wife ended up getting a drink that was way too sweet, not much alcohol in it. Mine wasn't terrible but not that great either.
The views were spectacular tho and I would go again with other relatives as well as recommend it to others. It was a relaxing experience in the midst of the chaos that is Vegas.
Written June 9, 2021
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Sheldon T
Astorville, Canada27 contributions
Dec 2021 • Couples
We read the reviews and booked ourselves for a ride. Although the pods were built to hold 40 for social distancing we were kept to 10 or under which was great for viewing and comfort. We opted not to have the open bar option and focused on taking pictures. The line moved quickly. I recommend purchasing your tickets online through TicketMaster. The App worked well. After, we enjoyed walking the neighborhood of shops restaurants and bars, people watching, and carrying our drinks with us. It was exciting to see the zip liners zoom by, and the big wheel pulsed in color synced to the local lighting and music.
Written December 6, 2021
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COSSPEarth
earth41 contributions
Dec 2019
Great experience and views The Ferris wheel sits a block east of the strip in the Linq Promenade its somewhat blocked by the Flamingo, Paris, and Harrahs. Although you can see the Bellagio Fountain show pretty good. The other tall casino hotels are lit up nicely as well. Each pod can handle up to 40 people ! some Pods have a small bar in them (Bartender and use of for an xtra fee of course) When we went on a Sat nite and only had about 15 others with us so it was quite roomy and enjoyable . The ride takes about 25 mins you hardly feel it moving. Video screens flash interesting facts about the Wheel. Recommend doing it at nite for the experience but only once cause @ 37 bucks for the night time ride, it will break your bank faster than a losing streak of Blackjack !
Written January 14, 2020
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Vicky
Huntington Park, CA3 contributions
Aug 2020
Definitely worth the experience! Me and baby daddy booked a last minute Vegas trip this past weekend for my birthday and wanted to add a little "experience". Luckily High Roller was open and selling tickets.

We got the anytime day time tickets (from opening to 7 pm). When I say that they are following Covid-19 regulations I mean it! They have 2 staff members who rapidly wipe and sanitize the pods every time a new group gets off. Also all staff members are using masks.

I definitely recommend buying tickets online ahead of time. We did and we didn't wait at all! Also, I bought our tickets from Vegas.com and they were cheaper than buying directly from Caesars.com which re-directs you to Ticketmaster and has higher service fees.

The experience was approximately 30 minutes but it's moves slow so it feels longer. It's also a good place to take pictures. Just a heads up, the bar wasn't open like we thought it would be which was a bit of a let down. Still a fun time though.
Written August 18, 2020
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Rhonda C
Spruce Grove, Canada29 contributions
Feb 2020 • Friends
Two couples visiting Vegas and wanted to check out the views. We had purchased our tickets with our show tickets the night before. The High Roller tickets were an add on and were valid for 30 days from purchase. We went mid day and had the pod to ourselves. We were able to see the mountains and stunning vistas surrounding Vegas over the tops of the buildings. The pod was equipped with clear views, two bench seats and information playing on the video screens above the doors.
Written February 15, 2020
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High Roller is open:
  • Mon - Thu 4:00 PM - 12:00 AM
  • Fri - Sun 12:00 PM - 12:00 AM
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