Count Down to 2016 with Best Views of Las Vegas from Worldas Tallest Observation Wheel

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Las Vegas - Bring in the new year from 550 feet above Las Vegas on the High Roller, the world’s tallest observation wheel, at The LINQ PromenadeCaesars Entertainment’s open-air shopping, dining and entertainment district located at the center of the famous Strip.

The High Roller forever changed the skyline of the Las Vegas Strip when it opened to the public on March 31, 2014. For the second year, the iconic observation wheel will offer the best views of the city on New Year’s Eve from the 14 glass-enclosed cabins at the top half of the wheel, each accommodating up to 25 guests with a full bar and a Champagne toast.

Private Cabin Experience (starting at $6,250)

Experience a New Year’s blowout more extravagant than ever in a private cabin overlooking the Las Vegas Strip. All cabins include priority boarding, a full premium open bar and a special Champagne toast at midnight.

Individual Tickets (starting at $250 per person)

Party above the rest of the crowds in one of the High Roller’s comfortable lower cabins complete with a full bar and a Champagne toast for the countdown.

All participating guests must be 21 years or older. For private cabin reservations, please contact High Roller Group Sales at 702-322-0537 or [email protected]. The High Roller cannot guarantee that fireworks will be viewed from the cabins.

As one of the most visited paid attractions in Las Vegas, the High Roller has become an integral part of the way visitors experience the city. From weddings to bachelorette parties, from special events to corporate gatherings, the attraction offers a unique experience for every visit. The observation wheel has received multiple awards including “Best Attraction,” “Best Amusement Ride” and “Best Place to View the City” by the Las Vegas Review-Journal, as well as “Best Selfie Spot” in Las Vegas Weekly’s Best of Vegas 2015.


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