Guests at several of Caesars Entertainment’s Las Vegas properties can check in remotely and obtain their room keys via several new kiosks.
Those staying at The Linq Hotel & Casino, Flamingo Las Vegas and Caesars Palace can use the fully integrated kiosks to avoid waiting in long lines to check in and out of the resorts.
Visitors also can check in via email, text, web and mobile app, to streamline the process and eliminate one of the biggest complaints Las Vegas Strip visitors make—it often takes too long to check in upon arrival.
Caesars Entertainment says it is working to fully automate the check-in process, and its efforts thus far are well-received among its guests.
“As the owner and operator of our resorts, we have the capability of providing our guests with the latest in innovation and hospitality-focused technology,” Caesars Entertainment Executive Vice President Tariq Shaukat said.
When they arrive, guests at Caesars Entertainment’s Las Vegas Strip casinos immediately can check in via a kiosk, where they can verify their identification and obtain their room keys.Guests also can book their stays online, and start the check-in process before they leave home, via the casino’s website or the mobile app for its Total Rewards program. Upon arrival, they simply can go to a kiosk to obtain their room keys, and the head straight to their room, bypassing the traditional hotel check-in line.