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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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I really enjoyed the High Roller. I was a bit worried with a group of people in the compartment that it might be difficult to be able to get good pictures but everyone was very accommodating. Everyone was able to move around and everyone was...More
We went on around 6:30 pm and caught the sunset . It was only myself, my two sons and another couple in our cabin. It was smooth and comfortable. The cabin never really came to a complete stop when boarding and disembarking. We didn't expect...More
It was a Touristy thing to do; Overpriced and not really worth it. The view was nice for about 10 minutes, but the 30 minutes it takes the Wheel to rotate was just too long, not to mention the delay due to technical difficulties which...More
We got the Happy 1/2 Hour day time tickets on Groupon. It was worth every penny!! You can literally drink whatever you can drink in 1/2 an hour with the exception of shots. You're only allowed to get 1 shot on the ride. From the...More
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.
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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.