High Roller Observation Wheel

The High Roller, which is located on the Las Vegas Strip in the city of Paradise, Nevada, is a 550-foot-tall, 520-foot-diameter gigantic Ferris wheel with a 520-foot circumference that is 520 feet in diameter

The High Roller, which is located on the Las Vegas Strip in the city of Paradise, Nevada, is a 550-foot-tall, 520-foot-diameter gigantic Ferris wheel with a 520-foot circumference that is 520 feet in diameter. In March 2014,CaesarsEntertainment acquired and began operating the attraction, which is now the world’s tallest Ferris wheel. The attractionfirst opened to the public in March 2014 and is owned and operated by Caesars Entertainment. It has overtaken itspredecessor,the 541-foot Singapore Flyer, which had held the record since 2008. The new structure is nine feet tallerthan its predecessor.It was originally planned for construction to begin in September 2011 with a completion date of late 2013 for theproject, whichwould be located on Las Vegas Boulevard across from Caesars Palace. This was later altered to early2014 for a completion date of late 2013. A large portion of the outside rim of the wheel was completed in Septemberof this year prior. Immediately following the delivery and installation of the first passenger cabin in November 2013,the second and final passenger cabins were installed the following month, in December 2013. It was at the stroke ofmidnight on February 28, 2014, when the High Roller’s lighting system was turned on after lengthy testing wascompleted. The High Roller casinoopened its doors to the public in March2014.Following initial estimates of less than $20 per ride, the Associated Press reported that the cost had grown to “about$25 perpassenger” by mid-2012 and then to “around $30 per person” in September 2013 news reports. When the HighRoller first opened its doors to the public in March 2014, ticket costs for a single 30-minute trip, which is the amountof time it takes for the complete wheel to circle once, were $24.95and $34.95during daytime and evening respectively.Other ticket options included a $59.95 one-day pass. It was possible to ride whenever you wished with an ExpressPass, which let you to circumvent the wait.When itcomes to Ferris wheels, the High Roller in Las Vegas, which stands more than 550 feet (167 meters) tall, isn’tyour average carnival attraction. During a 30-minute revolution, you can make your own decisions while riding in oneof the High Roller’s 28 air-conditioned compartments. Depending on the time of day, you can choose between dayand night trips, where you can watch the scenery glitter in the scorching sun or neon lights as soar through the air atincredible heights. No matter if Las Vegas is your favorite vacation destination or if you’ve come half-way around theworld to see the Strip for the first time, you won’t be disappointed by this ride over the city’s cityscape!The package includes a 30-minute ride on the High Roller, the newest attraction in Las Vegas, complete with audiocommentary. It is impossible to find a better view of the Strip and surrounding desert anywhere else in the vicinity.Upgrade to the Open Bar Happy Hour option to enjoy the bars, restaurants, and boutiques of The LINQ, LasVegas’newest quarter, at a discounted price (when available) Several factors influence travelers’ decision to take this tour.The most entertaining alternative available if you want to see the globe from above without needing to board ahelicopter is this, by far the most exciting. To get the greatest shots, plan your ride for sunset. You might also consideradding the happy hour option with an in-pod bartender, which allows you to enjoy cocktails while learning about SinCity culture from a resident.

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