I arrived at the property around 2:30 on a Thursday; the Total Rewards Platinum line was empty, so check in was quick and easy. I had a North Tower room comped; a $50 a night charge landed me a renovated Jubilee/South Tower room on the 3rd floor from the top. It's worth noting that the Bally's representative was willing to comp me a rollaway bed as there was a third person added to our room at the last minute. I already had a great feeling about this stay because the staffer was so kind, engaging, and helpful. That wasn't always the case at Bally's; perhaps customer service has been emphasized of late? The room (7124, third floor from the top) was plenty big with more than enough room for the rollaway bed. The bathroom was spacious with a roomy standup shower (no tub). The beds were a little firm, but I always feel guilty for saying that. My personal bed is the softest available Tempurpedic, so I think almost all beds are too firm. In reality, it was probably medium-firm at most. We had a great view looking north up the Strip. That view will only be enhanced, I'm sure, when The Linq project is completed next year. Staff throughout the property was friendlier than ever before. This included dealers, restaurant servers, and bartenders. One even asked about my shirt, which read, "Provincialism: The Cultural Pandemic". That turned out to be a nice conversation starter. In the past, Bally's employees were often indifferent at best. It was great to see that's no longer true. I've attached a few photos so you can see the size of the room relative to having a rollaway and two queen beds in there. Thought that might help you gauge the size a little bit.