The High Roller in Las Vegas has two kinds of cabins – the standard cabin and the Happy Hour cabin, which comes with an Open Bar.
While both the High Roller cabins are similar, the experience inside them is different.
What’s common for all cabins
Each cabin measures 225-square-foot (20.9 m2) and can hold 40 people. However, the pod with Open Bar has a limit of 25 passengers.
All Linq High Roller cabins have massive glass all around, offering the best views possible in all directions.
The Las Vegas Ferris Wheel’s cabins are big enough for people to walk around and see the city’s skylines from all directions.
If the passengers prefer to sit, there are seats as well.
All pods of the High Roller are climate controlled for year-round comfort.
Even though they are spacious, the Linq High Roller cabins don’t have restrooms.
To see how the insides of a regular cabin look, check out this video:
(if in a hurry, jump to 7 minutes 30 seconds of the video)
Inside the Open Bar of High Roller
The Happy Hour Cabins of High Roller have an Open Bar, which is why they have an upper limit of only 25 passengers.
A bartender tends the bar and serves beer, hard liquor, and cocktails of your choice.
These cabins also have benches for you to sit and relax.
Watch the video below to get a sense of what to expect during a ride in a Happy Hour cabin.
(if in a hurry, jump to 1 minute 45 seconds of the video)
A regular High Roller pod can hold 40 people, while the pod with Open Bar has a limit of 25 passengers. Occasionally the attraction officials may reduce these limits.
The Linq High Roller cabins don’t have restrooms. However, you can use the bathrooms within The LINQ complex before or after your ride.
Since High Roller wheel is located in the desert, and temperatures can get very hot during the summer months, all cabins are air-conditioned.
All High Roller cabins have floor-to-ceiling windows, which offer uninterrupted 360-degree views of the Las Vegas Strip and the surrounding area.
All pods of the popular Ferris Wheel of Las Vegas have air conditioning, seating for the visitors, an audio system for commentary, and free Wi-FI.
Yes, visitors can bring their own food and drinks inside the High Roller cabins. However, they shouldn’t be in Glass containers and must be sealed in. Coolers and Cases are not allowed.
Seating is available inside all High Roller cabins. Each cabin has two benches which can seat up to eight people each. Since seating is limited, we recommend you arrive early and claim your spot.
Visitors can see Las Vegas Strip inside the High Roller cabins because the floor-to-ceiling windows of the High Roller cabins offer 360-degree views. For the best views of the Strip, you should try to sit on the right side of the cabin.