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Bally's Jubilee 2 Queens Question

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by jegbomb52, Apr 12, 2016.

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  1. jegbomb52

    jegbomb52 Tourist

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    Hey everyone,

    Giving some serious thought to moving my June Weekend trip to Bally's, my options are the usually lower end hotel comps, Flamingo, Rio, Harrahs, Linq, and Bally's. We will be 3 guys sharing a room to save money for other things. We usually stay at Flamingo because we love the pool. I can get a nice room at Rio where we can all have a bed. But thats about all Rio has to offer, Harrah's and Linq are out, I have heard AMAZING things about the Jubilee rooms and notice there is some sort of couch, lounger in the room. Is this something that someone could crash on? If so, we might give it a try and just try to use flamingo pool or Planet Hollywood pool (which was surprisingly fun last time I went on a Saturday). I don't know if it will help but I do have a "Caesars VIP card" due to a certain amount spend on the TR Visa. Can anyone let me know if they have experience with any of this or can provide some insight?

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  2. bdautch

    bdautch High-Roller

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    Just FYI, I did this exact same thing, and we got a roll away bed for the third guy. Because the rooms are around 450 square feet, we were able to fit that extra bed in without trampling all over each other. IN a "standard issue" room, where 350 square feet might be more typical, it would really be a crunch. But in a Jubilee, it worked out. Here is a photo, including rollaway bed:

    http://www.vegasmessageboard.com/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=7177&d=1380059288
     
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  3. Lovegas95

    Lovegas95 Low-Roller

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    There is a chaise lounge by the window in Jubilee rooms. Not sure how comfortable it will be for sleeping though. I agree with bdautch, a roll-away may be the answer.
     
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    Yeah you can use that two seats to make it a couch no problem, and yeah they have extra beds as well( dont know if u have to pay extra but i dont think so)


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  5. vsop

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    The 2Q Jubilee room is certainly a bigger room...I don't recall there being a lounger or couch in the room...I believe there is a 3 piece "sectional" near the window....it's basically two-single seat pieces on either end of a small, square coffee table...you would definitely need a roll away for the third person.
     
  6. buffalo

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    You are correct. Just stayed there last week. Our room had an end of a sectional, a middle, and a heavy table in the middle. If you push the two parts together, it was about 4 ft long.
     
  7. spdandpwr

    spdandpwr Low-Roller

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    Definitely recommend the Jubliee rooms. Super spacious, super clean. Easily best value on the strip and wouldn't stay elsewhere. That said, the casino...well it just sucks. Prolly my least favorite of the CET properties after Harrahs. But then again, there's a super accessible connection to Paris so even when it was raining you had access to all that Paris had offer without stepping outside. The rooms are also big enough to fit an extra bed.
     
  8. Tahoejoe2

    Tahoejoe2 High-Roller

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    Agree the couch will be too small> Just got back from LV yesterday. Had nice Jubilee room.
    Unfortunately I think rollaway is $35 per night.
    Your VIP card will get you free access to all CET pools.
     
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  9. jegbomb52

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    you guys have all been very helpful. Thanks so much for your input. One last dumb question, would the VIP card work at Drais Beach club on Thursday's when it is operating as the Cromwell Pool? Assuming it wouldn't work on Friday-Sunday, or perhaps Flamingo will be more fun than Cromwell on a Wednesday anyway : /
     
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