Bally's Las Vegas Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas
About Bally's Las Vegas Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas
Bally's Las Vegas Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas - Address, Phone Number
Address: 3645 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109, United States
Time Required: 05:00 Hrs
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Owned and operated by Caesars Entertainment, the Bally’s Las Vegas is a classic and lavish hotel housing a grand casino and many restaurants. Your one stop shop for everything Vegas! Opened on 5th December 1973, the place has been welcoming gambling enthusiasts since then. The casino is spread across an area of 67,000 square feet and offers games such as roulette, craps, poker, slot machines and baccarat.
Bally’s Las Vegas also puts up fantasticand exciting live entertainment shows every night of the year.
Bally's Las Vegas Hotel & Casino Information
- You need to be of legal age to play in the casino.
Bally's Las Vegas Hotel & Casino Ticket Prices
- Hotel rooms will cost you upwards of USD 35 per night.
- Entertainment shows cost anywhere between USD 55 to USD 125.
Bally's Las Vegas Hotel & Casino Opening and Closing Hours
- Check-in: 4 pm
- Check-out: 11 am
- Entertainment shows generally start at 7 pm
How To reach Bally's Las Vegas Hotel & Casino by Public Transport
- Las Vegas @ Paris (N) bus stop
- Bally’s/Paris Monorail station
- Flamingo @ Las Vegas (E) bus stop
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Bally's Las Vegas Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas Reviews - Write a Review
Above average more for budget minded. The Indigo Tower is dated and breeds renovation. The Jubilee Tower is refreshed. No room service after 11 am. Food is very good and reasonably priced. Staff is excellent. Facilities good. Wonderful old style pool.
We went for Sterling Brunch on a Sunday. For what we were paying, I expected much more options available. The lobster tails were good and so were the king crab legs. However the lobster bisque was way too salty. I was too full after a plate of lobster and crab to try other other items. The reason I gave 4 stars is because of the service the service we received was top notch. The waitress obviously knew we were feeling the effects of a late night out but she never rushed us and took great care with us.
Great casino. The shows at The back room are awesome. We have seen the Miss Behave game show and The Tom Green show here. Tom Green was hilarious. Both were awesome shows. The venue itself is great they have a lounge for before and after the shows, drinks were reasonably priced for being on the strip. We will be back, worth the money.
We ended up at Bally's a lot on our trip, but the most notable experience was BLT Steaks for an anniversary dinner. The menu was comprehensive without being overwhelming. We shared a great wedge salad and delicious popovers while waiting for the main course. I had an amazing bone-in ribeye with grilled asparagus and mashed potatoes. Everything was perfectly prepared and the waitstaff was extremely personable the entire time. We will definitely splurge on dinner there again when we're in town.
Terrible Caesar's Entertainment Property - Will Not Be Back We just returned from a Birthday trip for my daughter... we had four rooms at Bally's. The two rooms that were in the "old tower" were entirely unacceptable. They were not only old and tired but filthy and in total disrepair. One room even had a bloody hand print on the wall! Dirty linens, stained carpets, marred furniture, stained bathroom amenities, the list is long. We went to the front desk to see about changing a room and were told they were totally sold out so no other rooms available. Then, when I offered a tip, the nice young lady said, "well I can probably find one but it will be an extra $75 per night". When I told her that was ridiculous, considering they were already paying $250 per night, she kindly reduced the upgrade fee to $40 per night. How funny that she miraculously found a room! Extortion just like the old Mob days! We had our choice of two free rooms at any Caesar's property and chose Bally's only because it was less expensive for those who had to pay. We will never make that mistake again. You could not pay me to stay there again. The gambling was the worst I've experienced in my 30 years of experience. I don't expect to get rich but a simple return once in a while would have been reasonable. I didn't believe the horrible gambler reviews online about this place buy now I understand and agree. The only decent thing about this hotel is its location. However, there are so many better choices in the area and price range. One bright spot - A couple of the staff members were very nice, particularly the lady at the Diamond Desk. Do yourself a favor... choose somewhere else! We couldn't have been more disappointed.
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