This could be an opportunity for Hilton Flamingo Owners to gain easier access to the property and have many more attractions within walking distance.
Las Vegas, NV (PRWEB) January 29, 2012
Based on a recent letter sent to Hilton Flamingo owners, Caesar’s Entertainment has announced the funding of plans to develop the land that sits between the Hilton Flamingo Timeshare and the Imperial Palace.
Selling Timeshares, Inc. has offered up information on their timeshare blog to help educate customers and owners about the proposed changes.
David Van Norman, Head of Web Development at Selling Timeshares, Inc. said, "This could be an opportunity for Hilton Flamingo Owners to gain easier access to the property and have many more attractions within walking distance."
The project has been dubbed ‘Linq’, and takes its aim on the weary mid-strip traveller. The upgrade is aiming at dramatically transforming the face of the strip while offering an open-air retail-dining-entertainment fusion, complete with rooftop lounges and world-class shopping. The development will occupy a quarter mile back from The Strip, reaching to the back end of Hilton Flamingo. Linq is designed to be a fresh take on the many retail outlets in Vegas, offering a younger, more nightlife-oriented experience. The goal is to create a starting or ending point for the traveler's on the strip, a rest stop after exploring the many attractions that the Vegas strip offers.
Hilton has sent out the proposed amendment to all owners, urging approval of the project. The amendment proposes only a few changes and offers benefits such as increased pool access and a 10% discount for all Caesars owned establishments inside of the Hilton Flamingo and Linq. Owners can take advantage of the these benefits regardless of whether they have purchased at a presentation or from buying a Hilton timeshare on the resale market using a licensed timeshare resale broker.
Imperial Palace and Oshea’s are sacrificed to the project and will no longer exist, also the Harrah’s and Hilton Flamingo will experience some minor changes and upgrades. The Linq’s north side will feature a guest walk path that goes from the Carnaval Court outdoor plaza at Harrah’s through the former Imperial Palace and lead you into the Linq resort. Hilton owners will also be able to access the Linq development from the south through the Hilton Flamingo Resort. The amendment also proposes better vehicular access to the resort, pedestrian access and a new parking location.
Hilton representatives are advising their owners to reach out to owner services if they have not yet received the proposed amendment.
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