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Measuring 520 feet in diameter, the High Roller eclipses both the London Eye and Singapore Flyer. Facing north and south parallel to Las Vegas Boulevard, the wheel takes 30 minutes to complete one full revolution and features 28 glass-enclosed...more
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We had a great time. Wanted to catch the sunset over the mountains and the city. Very comfortable ride. I could have done without the loud music in the car but that is just personal preference.
The views were outstanding. Beautiful city.
This is a must see when in Vegas, day and night. We took my daughter who is scared of heights on for her first time and she loved it. She said the slow speed and smooth movement made it so she didn't even feel like...More
Took up the free bar option, expecting to handed one or two limply served average cocktails during the rotation, but was pleasantly surprised.
Our bar tender was the biz. No sooner than the first person had finished their drink, he was going for the next...More
Response from joemcdevittny | Reviewed this property |
Yes, there's a drop off behind the Link and you can get access to the High Roller from there. I've also seen some wheelchairs board the cars on the wheel. They slow the rotation of the single car down enough to give you time... More
Yes, there's a drop off behind the Link and you can get access to the High Roller from there. I've also seen some wheelchairs board the cars on the wheel. They slow the rotation of the single car down enough to give you time to get on. You should have no problem.