Bally’s Las Vegas to Renovate, Rename Hotel Tower

Bally’s Las Vegas to Renovate, Rename Hotel Tower

“The Jubilee Tower will combine touches of Vegas’ classic nostalgia with exciting elements of new Vegas,” said vice president of Bally’s hotel operations Steve Opdyke in a statement. “Guests will be able to enjoy fresh, new accommodations for a great price at Bally’s center-Strip marquee location, surrounded by unrivaled dining, entertainment and nightlife.”

The Las Vegas casino’s new rooms are expected to be completed by the end of the summer and will feature new decor and furniture as well as 37-inch flat-screen TVs, refrigerators and redesigned bathrooms.
 
Common areas such as lobbies and corridors will also be refurbished.

 

The 756-room South Tower at Bally’s Las Vegas is getting a revamp and will now be known as the Jubilee tower.

“The Jubilee Tower will combine touches of Vegas’ classic nostalgia with exciting elements of new Vegas,” said vice president of Bally’s hotel operations Steve Opdyke in a statement. “Guests will be able to enjoy fresh, new accommodations for a great price at Bally’s center-Strip marquee location, surrounded by unrivaled dining, entertainment and nightlife.”

The Las Vegas casino’s new rooms are expected to be completed by the end of the summer and will feature new decor and furniture as well as 37-inch flat-screen TVs, refrigerators and redesigned bathrooms.

Common areas such as lobbies and corridors will also be refurbished.

 

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