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Rooms: 2,814 Price Range: $40-$219
Suites: 265 Price Range: $200-$449
Restaurants: 9 (1 open 24 hours)
Buffets: Brunch-$89.99 (Sun)
Casino Size: 66,187 Square Feet
Games Offered: Slots, Video Poker, Blackjack, Craps, Roulette, Sports Book, Race Book, Baccarat, Mini-Baccarat, Poker, Pai Gow Poker, Caribbean Stud Poker, Let It Ride, Three Card Poker, Keno, Bingo, Casino War, Pai Gow, Ultimate Texas Hold 'Em
Overnight RV Parking: Free/RV Dump: No
Senior Discount: Various if 55+
Special Features: 20 retail stores. Jubilee stage show.
I like the vibe on the casino floor but the video poker tables are bad for low rollers. Rooms are nice but I don't expect a palace. lines to check in are often long. Players club bad for low rollers. A good variety of food choices.
Great variety in food. Food court downstairs. Wish VP had better pay tables. Good service. Check in lines a pain sometimes. Great location there in the middle of the strip. Cw service good once they find you.
Bally best deal
Their comedy show is well priced and usually very funny. The Buffet is really wonderful. Try the Crepe place in the walkway between Bally's and The Paris for a delicious change of pace.
lots of construction
Bad video poker paytables for an average gambler. Lots of action on tables at most times. The Construction is a big pain! Rooms are decent, talking about their standard rooms. Great location and convenient and varied food choices. The new fast food center downstairs looks good.
Finally ate the Sterling Brunch loved it. But it may be a one time thing for me, considering age and finances. I gave it a low grade for slots because I am a vp player. As you all know it has a great location with sometimes great prices but the resort fee of $18 * taxes diminished this value.
Ballys is a good spot
Ballys is in a great spot to walk around the center strip. The games are generally typically bad strip games, video poker are mostly bad pay tables. the poker room was just moved and its a lively game, sometimes with some promos. All in all, Ballys is a good place to start a trip or for first time visitors without a car.
One of the great locations, right in the middle of the strip! Great variety of food from Sbarro's downstairs to their great Brunch on Sundays. The vp tables are only good for high rollers. i am disapointed that we will lose the green space in front ofthe hotel with the bazaar coming.
My wife and I just returned from Vegas. We were comped 3 nights in a South Tower room but a $20 bill between my drivers license and credit card got us upgraded to the North Tower and a King suite..Super staff at check-in.One down side...machines were veeeeery tight! Not just one day but every day. Good selection but soooo tight..Did better at Harrah's and Tropicana.
Bally's Pretty Cool
Bally's has a great vibe, and very good cocktail service. Unfortunately for me they have lowered their VP at the level I play, so I have to limit my playing time there. The elevators were great fast and never a wait when I stayed there. Super location. A cab ride from there to the airport is cheaper with a good tip, than a shuttle.
I like Bally's
I played slots at Ballys on our trip to LAS VEGAS in APRIL & SEPTEMBER. I won $80.00 on a YAHTZEE machine in SEPT.
I was so happy. I PLAYED QUITE A WHILE ON THAT MACHINE AND A HOT PENNY MACHINE. WE HAVE STAYED AT
BALLYS AND IT WAS NICE. iT IS EASIER FOR OUR FRIENDS WHO LIVE IN HENDERSON,NV TO PICK US UP AT
HARRAHS. I also saw the price is right show and liked it. We hope to go back to Vegas in the spring.
Bally's is a casino for players
I always stay at Bally's in Vegas. It's a great location, very nice rooms and the customer service is awesome! The main reason I like it is that I'm in Vegas to gamble, not see pirate ships and volcanoes. Their casino is geared more for gambling. Sure, if I want to see sights I can always check out other places, but I feel that Bally's has a good gambling atmosphere. Gaming floor is uncomplicated, nice and open. You can also walk over to Paris for that type of thing. I also like their pool area and had great service there too .
Why Are You Staying Here?
Yes, when built as the MGM, this was a great hotel. But on my last stay here, when I told a friend that I was staying at Bally's, he said "why?" A very good question. The place is perfectly fine, and has a great location. It has a casino floor that you can see all at once from the somewhat raised area around check-in, which is perfect for those of you who easily get lost in a casino (think the current MGM). It is now connected to the Paris hotel. But there is nothing here that otherwise sets this place apart from other perfectly fine, but nothing special hotels and casinos. And whatever you do, don't go downstairs to the "shopping mall"...20 years ago, this was a fine shopping area, but now has the same types of kiosks and stuff that you find in the stores at the stratosphere...so depressing that you want to get back up that escalator and retreat.
Bally's is Great
Wife and I had a great time at Bally's this week! We even won a few dollars on the slots! The slot staff was the friendliest in town - they really made us feel that our business was appreciated.
Anything Harrah's touches turns stale and Bally's is no exception. It's not so much that anything is "wrong" but much is just plain mediocre.
There's little pop or sizzle in this steak - merely mundane. It's a safe bet but no jackpot. I prefer a place with a little charm, a little touch of old Vegas character, something infinitely more interesting.
It is in a good location with decent rooms and amenities with a respectful staff and reasonable rates, but it just lacks the charisma and style that still remains available both on the Strip and Downtown. It's as warm and inviting as stainless steel.
Nice rooms and great staff
We check in late. room was not ready. so they put us in a suite WOW! This was very nice, next day had our room ready so we had to move.
I don't play slots so not much to say there, but craps table was nice. Dealers were great. We got hooked on keno while eating in sidewalk cafe which was a very nice place. They give points on players card, same as playing. Mon Ami Gabi was very nice, the food was great.
Our flight was canceled due to hurricane last year. Had to stay an extra night. The staff were able to fix us up with a room so everything worked out just fine. Bally's in the middle of the strip. Doesn't get much better than this.
Bally's - Suprisingly nice rooms and loose slots!
I have heard the north tower is dated and although I always book the north tower, I generously tip the front desk and they almost always put me in a remodeled room. The remodeled rooms (south tower) are super nice with granite floors in the spacious bathroom and clean spacious rooms.
The restaurant selection isn't great, but the location is fantastic. Bally's has a tunnel (more like a long mall) that connect Ballys to Paris, you can walk right over to the world renowned Burger Brassiere, home of the $777 burger - don't worry the regular burger is under $10 and it has a nice sports bar atmosphere.
If you continue walking through the connection between Ballys and Paris, there is a faboulous place where you can get crepes. Get a breakfast crepe, or if its later in the day, try one of the dessert crepes. and then in front of Paris is Mon Ami Gabi.
Mon Ami Gabi has a patio on the stip that overlooks the Bellagio fountains, and they are the BEST FILET MIGNONS I have ever had. We go to Mon Ami every time we're in Vegas.
The rooms at Paris were suprisingly small (we stayed there last time), so we're going back to our old favoirte Bally's where we can be in the best value hotel rooms on the strip - i really believe that - and be close to all the action!
I like the party pit!
I love the party pit at Bally's, it's fun. I spent 12 hours there once....:-)
Bally's is now part of the Harrah's family and HAD a very nice Diamond Card Lounge. Unfortunately it closed because of it's close proximity to the Diamond Longe located in Paris (another Harrah's property).
I highly recommend the Sidewalk Cafe for good food, nice service and timely seating. The Cafe gladly accepts Harrah's comps.