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Bally's questions.

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by DonnyC, Mar 10, 2013.

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  1. DonnyC

    DonnyC VIP Whale

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    Looks like I am staying here.

    Here are some questions:

    Which tower is closer to the pool?

    Which tower do you prefer to stay in, why?

    I have booked a standard 2 queen south tower room, going with brother...want 2 beds. Arriving Thursday of Memorial weekend...what would you ask for I terms of an upgrade?

    Fridges...how do you get one, are they in any room?

    Coffee makers in any room?

    Thanks!
     
  2. captainron62

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    North tower is nicest. You can take elevator all the way down to pool level and avoid the casino.

    Ask for a jr suite upgrade. It's a slightly bigger room and has a coffee maker. I request a fridge when I tip at check in, maid brings it within mins.
     
  3. spauls

    spauls Tourist

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    For rooms, the north is nicer with better beds and more up to date... but with the $20 trick, I always ask for a top floor south tower suite. I have gotten them often and I really like the extra space, steam shower, hot tub... Some of the upgrades I have gotten in the south tower includes a second room with a bar (not stocked) for 8 people.

    Not sure about the pool... seemed that it was a long walk either tower you were in...
     
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