From The Saw This One Coming Department: High Roller Room Categories Are Now A Thing
In Vegas, rooms with a view often come at a premium and that's now the case for two hotels closest to the city's newest attraction, The High Roller observation wheel (which all happen to be owned by the same company).
VegasChatter fan @strong2us sent us a note to let us know that High Roller View room categories have now sprung to life:
As predicted a month or so ago on Vegas Chatter, it's happened! I booked a room in October at Harrah's and they now charge $10 more per night for a "High Roller View King Room." Even more for 2 queens or a premium room with the "view." Just thought you'd want to know it happened! Most likely at all the bordering CET properties.
We headed online to see if that last bit was true and also found High Roller tier categories at Flamingo, too. So far, the classification not been added to the websites of The Quad or Bally's, although, that's not to say it may not be in the works.
While Harrah's seems to be offering views of the world's tallest observation wheel for an upcharge of $10, Flamingo's website lists FAB Deluxe rooms starting at $40 a night with FAB Deluxe High Roller View accommodations starting at an extra $20 a night.