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bally' parking to north tower a hike?

Discussion in 'Getting There & Getting Around' started by gerry53, Jul 5, 2013.

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  1. gerry53

    gerry53 VIP Whale

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    Is it à long way to the north tower from the self or valet parking at bally's
     
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    AOchoa95 Low-Roller

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    Self parking is a long hike. Valet is a straight walk to the North Tower.
     
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    Paris and Bally's share a self-park lot. If you are in the Bally's north tower take the walkway that connects to Paris and the entrance to the lot is about half way though the walkway.
     
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    Yeah, but depanding on time and day with luggage it's a walk.
     
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    Valet to North Tower is almost as long as self parking
     
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    Self park is a hike at Bally's. Last time I stayed there, I self parked the first day then went to the valet.
     
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    Valet it if you got a lot of stuff, otherwise self park. The walk is not that bad to the self park. Ballys is relatively small and the north tower elevators are a short walk from the walkway.
     
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    There is (or was, I assume it's still there) a smaller outdoor self-park lot for Bally's outside the sports book. It may be a shorter walk, and you can get on the North Tower elevators on the arcade level.
     
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