For a one-of-a kind, 10,000-foot perspective of the Strip, take a ride on the Hot Shot at The LINQ. Standing 550 feet tall and 520 feet across, the perception wheel is the tallest structure on the planet (destroying the London Eye). The huge Ferris wheel highlights 28 hand-tailored cases made from Italian glass that can hold up to 40 individuals each. A trip around the perception wheel takes about 30 minutes, and regular visitors say it’s an excellent spot for a photo shoot of the nearby clubs and attractions.
Adults can also opt for a ride inside the Cheerful Half Hour case, which includes free drinks while behind the wheel for an additional fee.Ongoing visitors said the Hot Shot is also appropriate for families with children and recommended going around evening time to see all of the lights.Others were particularly satisfied that the units were cooled.
The Hot Shot invites riders every day from 4 p.m. to 12 p.m. Tickets start at $34.75 for grown-ups and $17.50 for youngsters ages 4 to 12; kids 3 and younger ride free of charge. Grown-ups should pay extra for a ride in the Cheerful Half-Hour unit. You’ll find the Hot Shot perception wheel situated at the LINQ Lodging and Club, across the road from Caesars Palace.