Bally’s Las Vegas Hotel and Casino 2018 – Hotel Tour

Bally’s Las Vegas Hotel and Casino 2018 – Hotel Tour


Bally’s Las Vegas Hotel and Casino has one of the most prime locations possible
on the Strip at the corner of Las Vegas Blvd. and Flamingo Rd.
The Bally’s marquee sign promotes the property’s shows and restaurants.
Pull into the porte cochere,
about 3.5 miles from McCarran International Airport.
Check in to one of 2,814 guest rooms inside.
A bank of digital kiosks offers a self-service option.
A representative estimates checking in and getting keys to take about four minutes.
Bally’s former Indigo Tower is now known as the Resort Tower featuring recently renovated rooms and suites.
The Resort Tower features 121 remodeled one- and two-bedroom suites.
A bedroom in a 650-square-foot Resort Executive Suite features a king bed and open floor plan.
Resort Executive Suite bedrooms feature 55-inch, LED,
flat-screen TVs.
The bedroom in a Resort Executive Suite opens into the bathroom without a wall or door,
where a soaking tub is the centerpiece.
The bathroom in a Resort Executive Suite features a wide single vanity
with a large mirror and a hair dryer provided.
Gichrist & Soames toiletries are provided in a Resort Executive Suite bathroom.
The bathroom in a Resort Executive Suite includes a make-up area.
The shower in a Resort Executive Suite bathroom features a spray shower head.
Guests in a Resort Executive Suite can see the bedroom from the shower.
The bathtub is essentially in the bedroom of a Resort Executive Suite.
A Resort Executive Suite closet contains an iron and a full-size ironing board.
Find an extra outlet and USB ports on the side of desks in Resort Executive Suites.
Resort Presidential Suites are two levels high.
A living room area in a two-level Resort Presidential Suite features a wide sofa,
end table and coffee table.
The Resort Presidential Suite includes a bar area beneath the stairs with bar seating for three.
The bar are of the Resort Presidential Suite comes equipped with a single-cup coffee maker.
The downstairs bathroom in a two-level Resort Presidential Suite features a wide single vanity.
The living area of a Resort Presidential Suite includes a dining nook
for three and additional seating by the TV.
The second-level landing in a Resort Presidential Suite offers additional seating around a coffee table.
The bedroom in a Resort Presidential Suite features a king bed and a floor plan that opens into the bathroom.
The bedroom in a Resort Presidential Suite includes two chairs and an ottoman by the window.
The bedroom in a Resort Presidential Suite features a work space and a 55-inch TV.
The bedroom in a Resort Presidential Suite includes a bench at the end of the bed.
The bathroom in a Resort Presidential Suite features a soaking tub that feels like it’s in the bedroom.
The 1,500-square-foot Resort Premium Suite features new art and furnishings.
A Resort Premium Suite offers an open floor plan with the dining area,
living area and bar area in one space.
A dining area in a Resort Premium Suite seats six at the table.
The bar in a Resort Premium Suite seats three and offers an extra TV.
A writing table and mirror are positioned just outside the bedroom in a Resort Premium Suite.
The bedroom in a Resort Premium Suite features a king bed with a bench and end tables.
The bedroom in a Resort Premium Suite features two armchairs,
an ottoman and end table, and a flatscreen TV.
The bedroom in a Resort Premium Suite has the open floor plan with no wall or door separating the bathroom.
A mirror in a Resort Premium Suite reflects the bathtub jutting out into the bedroom.
A Resort Premium Suite offers a spacious closet.
An extra outlet and USB charging port are in the base of bedroom lamps in a Resort Premium Suite.
The Resort Tower standard rooms area 440 square feet.
A Resort Tower standard room features a king bed and two armchairs.
Resort Tower standard rooms each feature a 42-inch flatscreen TV,
a coffee maker and a work space.
The bathroom in a Resort Tower standard room offers a single vanity,
LED mirror and make-up mirror.
The bathroom in a Resort Tower standard room has Gichrist & Soames bath products on hand.
Resort Tower standard rooms offer digital safes.
A north-facing standard room offers views of the Strip and the High Roller observation wheel.
Bally’s Olympic-sized Blu Pool is set among cabanas and palm trees,
near eight tennis courts.
The Las Vegas Monorail passes by the Blu Pool area’s rows of lounge chairs.
The Blu Pool area includes a whirlpool beside the main pool.
The Blu Pool bar offers frozen cocktails, drink specials and poolside servers.
Bally’s is one of the few Las Vegas resorts that still has tennis courts.
The eight courts are illuminated and lessons are available.
The Race & Sports Book features projection and individual TVs.
Inside Bally’s, BLT Steak serves classic steakhouse fare and fine wine,
and hosts Bally’s famous Sterling Brunch on Sundays.
BLT Steak’s spacious dining area is simple yet refined with wood tones.
The BLT Steak dining room displays photos from New York.
A round, marble-top bar at BLT Steak features seating for more than 15 with TV screens above.
BLT Steak offers a selection of more than 300 wines.
Bally’s hosts a gift shop with merchandise, including Vegas Golden Knights gear.
Bally’s Las Vegas and Paris Las Vegas are connected by a mall with retail and restaurants.
The Jubilee Tower (south tower)
is named after a Bally’s show that ran for more than 30 years.
More than 750 rooms and suites were remodeled in 2013.
You can’t miss the Grand Bazaar Shops’ colorful rooftops between Bally’s Resort Tower,
left, and the Jubilee Tower.
The open-air retail and dining area features outposts of Alex and Ani, Havaianas,
Blue Ribbon Fried Chicken, Giordano’s and Wahlburgers.
A pedestrian walkway over the porte cochere connects Bally’s with the Grand Bazaar Shops.
View the Las Vegas Strip looking southbound from Bally’s Las Vegas Hotel and Casino.

6 thoughts on “Bally’s Las Vegas Hotel and Casino 2018 – Hotel Tour”

  1. Seriously? There is not a single English-speaking human being you could have found instead of this crappy computer voice? Ridiculous!

  2. I hear people saying one of the founder of Ballys/ Caesars participated in the death of Emmit Til…anybody know more about this stuff and who exactly. Cuz I did some investigating. Seems everyones tight lipped.

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