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Bally's Jubilee Tower Rooms

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by Jason Plaster, Jan 20, 2015.

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  1. Jason Plaster

    Jason Plaster Tourist

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    Can anyone confirm whether or not the 2 Queen Standard Jubilee Tower Rooms at Bally's come with a sofa (or, two chairs that form a sofa)? We need an extra place to sleep for a 3rd person. The pictures I have seen indicate that they do come with a sofa, but I just wanted to make sure. Thanks!
     
  2. Iamrice

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    If it's the same setup at the king room it's two decent sized chairs. I'd imagine it would make an ok bed if you are sober and perfect if you are trashed.
     
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    I was in this exact situation, and we wound up getting a rollaway bed instead. That couch was more of a love seat, and unless the person is sub-five feet, it'll be a problem.
     
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    Very nice rooms, but yeah as previous poster indicated, it's a love seat.
     
  5. Jason Plaster

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    Thank you for the replies. A little more insight - I am Platinum TR level, and the 3 nights are comped (save for the resort fees of course); however Bally's told me over the phone yesterday when I inquired about a rollaway bed that even though the room is comped, there would still be and addtional $30/nt fee for the rollaway bed. That's why I asked about the sofa. The person who will be sleeping on the sofa is 6'5" so it appears this is going to be a problem!

    Any suggestions for getting the rollaway bed fee waived?
     
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    The "love seats" will not accommodate a 6'5" adult. I received a rolloway and was not charged, I am diamond.
     
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    I negotiated it down at check in. For $20 a night, they gave me the premium view (i.e., Bellagio fountains), and they didn't charge me for the rollaway. So I got away with like $68 (3 days of $20 a day, plus tax) instead of $100 (3 days of $30 a day, plus tax). I just had the third guy give me some cash, on the grounds that I was letting him stay for way less than what he'd have paid for his room last minute, and I didn't think I should have to subsidize his sleeping arrangement (I was comped as well and was TR Platinum).
     
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    This is what the room looked like with rollaway
     

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    Here's one more view if it helps.

    Bally's3.jpg

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    By the way, I think that might have been from a different trip because I didn't have a fountain view in these pics, but this is meant to give you an idea of how it shapes up. Hope these help.
     
  10. Jason Plaster

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    Thanks bdautch, your picture does help and looks like it will work for us. One question - did you ask for the rollaway at check-in, or did you wait and call for it once you got to the room?
     
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    I asked at check in, and that's where I typically do my negotiation to try and save a few bucks.
     
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    2 people can't sleep in the same bed???
     
    March Madness...here I come !!
  13. Jason Plaster

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    No way. We are all big guys, and the other two snore insufferably :nono:
     
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