Bally’s


Affordable accommodations: check. Great location: check. Open-air shops: check. Bally’s offers a balance of classic and modern Vegas.

The vibe

Classic, inexpensive, right smack in the middle of everything

What we love

The Sterling Brunch is an absolute must and we’ll tell you why: You’ll be served by waiters wearing tuxedos and white gloves. Offered in BLT Steak, it’s been a staple at Bally’s for more decades than we can remember. This is a chance to indulge in things you’d almost never eat – Sturgeon caviar, oysters and lobster tail as well as plenty of stuff dipped in chocolate – and you get to wash it down with Perrier-Jouët Champagne.

If you want to be in the heart of the Strip, Bally’s is an affordable option. In some ways it’s a bare bones kind of place – you know, nothing fancy. But the rates are among the most reasonable considering the competitors on the other three corners (Bellagio, Caesars Palace and The Cromwell).

Good to know

Not all views are created equally. If you splurge on the Jubilee Tower, you should also splurge on the view. The north side of this tower faces The Cromwell and Flamingo, which isn’t a bad thing, however over on the south side you’ll have awesome views of the Fountains of Bellagio and Eiffel Tower.

Bally’s opened in 1973. Parts of the casino haven’t been remodeled in some time and do feel outdated. But if you’re into classic Vegas, you’ll come across touches of old elegance – like the curved staircase that leads from the restaurants into Bally’s Avenue Shops. Set off by mirrors at the top and water features on each side, stepping down these stairs feels like going back in time.

There is valet and self-parking. Rates vary, so click here for details.

Insider tips

Self-parking at Bally’s is nearly impossible. Of course, you can always valet park at the front of the resort. Otherwise there’s a surface lot at the back where it’s hard to find spots and necessitates a long walk through the property to get to check-in and the room towers. Use the self-parking garage at Paris Las Vegas to save all this hassle. The two resorts are connected through the Le Boulevard shops, so you’ll enter right in the center of Bally’s casino.

Bally’s – Entertainment

Restaurants:

BLT Steak, Buca Cafe Italiano, Sterling Brunch, Nosh Deli, SEA: The Thai Experience, Tequila Taqueria, LavAzza and a food court.

Entertainment:

Paranormal Mind Reading Magic, The Miss Behave Gameshow, Wayne Newton: Up Close and Personal, X Rocks, Solid Gold Soul and Tony and Tina’s Wedding

Nightlife:

Yes. Indigo Lounge and Sully’s.

Wedding services:

No, but weddings can be arranged next door at Paris Las Vegas.

Spa:

Yes. The Spa at Bally’s.

Attractions:

Yes. The Swarovski Starburst.

Pool

Yes. Blu Pool.

Bally's - Entertainment, Shows and Events

X Rocks
Show times: 10 p.m. on Thursday - Monday. Permanent Shows
Genres: Adult, Bachelor/Bachelorette Parties
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