High Roller Parking Options & Fees

Last Updated on May 12, 2022 by Snezana Grcak

One of the world’s tallest Ferris wheels, the High Roller is one of Las Vegas’s most popular attractions. This 550-foot tall observation deck is part of the LINQ Hotel and Casino and features 32 climate-controlled cabins with a 40-passenger capacity each. Guests can enjoy 30-minute rides and breathtaking views of the Las Vegas Strip and the city beyond. Our High Roller parking guide clues you in about the best parking spots in the area, with tips on using public transportation if you’re looking to forego parking entirely.

The High Roller is located at the following address: 3545 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109.

The High Roller Tickets and Hours 

The High Roller is open Monday to Sunday from 2 PM to 12 AM. Rides last for around 30 minutes but make sure to allow at least an hour as it takes some time to enter and exit the wheel. Tickets may be purchased at the Caesars website. The rates are below: 

Admission Type Daytime (2 PM–5 PM) Night (6 PM–12 AM)
Adult $23.50 $34.75
Youth $8.50 $17.50
Child Free Free

Happy half-hour tickets are also available for guests older than 20 for as low as $60. These include an open bar and bartender.

Parking at the High Roller

The High Roller is part of the LINQ, a casino hotel that offers an in-house self-parking facility. The LINQ parking garage is open 24/7. The rates are below: 

Duration Weekday Rate
Up to 1 hour  Free
1 – 3 hours $15
3 – 24 hours $18
Hotel Lodger $18

High Roller parking fees differ for those coming between Friday and Sunday. After the first hour of free parking, visitors are charged a $23 daily rate. Hotel guests still pay $18 per day, while members of Ceasars Rewards Platinum, Diamond, and Seven Stars get complimentary parking. Locals with a valid Nevada ID can enjoy the first three hours free of charge.Parking At High Roller

Hotel Parking Near the High Roller 

You’ll find several hotel parking near the High Roller. Our team whittled down the choices below to only include hotels at The Strip within a 10-minute walk. We also included the hotel guest fees in case you’re thinking about staying at a nearby accommodation; learn more about each option below.

Hotel Address Hotel Guest Rate Short-Term Visitor Rate
Palazzo 3325 S Las Vegas Blvd. Free Free
Mirage 3400 S Las Vegas Blvd. $15 $12-$15
Venetian 3355 S Las Vegas Blvd. Free Free
Casino Royale 3411 Las Vegas Blvd. Free None
Harrah’s 3475 S Las Vegas Blvd. $15 $12-$15
Flamingo 3555 S Las Vegas Blvd. $15 $12-$15
The Cromwell 3595 S Las Vegas Blvd. $18 $15-$18
Bally’s 3645 S Las Vegas Blvd. $18 $15-$23

Note: These are self-parking prices. Valet parking is also available at most hotels, and the cost for valet service ranges from $30 to $50.

Additional Parking Options in the Area  

The following surface lots and garages are located within a mile (15 to 20-minute walk) from the High Roller. The fees listed are for a three-hour stay. 

Parking Facility Address Rate Distance 
LV17 Harmon Garage 17 E Harmon Ave. $16 0.8 mi
Harmon Surface Lot 33 E Harmon Ave $15 0.9 mi
Cable Lot 3755 S Las Vegas Blvd $15 1.0 mi

Prices are subject to change and may differ between parking platforms or at different times of the day. Some of the facilities mentioned above may provide free parking extensions through applications such as SpotHero.

Take Advantage of Public Transit

If you’re looking to skip parking for High Roller Las Vegas, we recommend utilizing public transportation. The Las Vegas Monorail is the easiest way to get around the city. The Harrah’s/The LINQ station is located beside the Harrah’s & The LINQ connector, and a one-ride ticket costs $5. 

The Deuce on the Strip bus service operates 24/7 and will stop at just about every resort on the Strip. The Deuce runs every 15 minutes between 7 AM and 2 AM and every 20 minutes after 2 AM. Ride the northbound bus and drop by the bus stations at Harrah’s or the Venetian, two hotels adjacent to The LINQ. The Deuce travel pass rate is $6 for 2 hours, $8 for 24 hours, and $20 for 3days.

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