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Bally's room configuration

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by Skyler, Apr 23, 2013.

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  1. Skyler

    Skyler Low-Roller

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    My DH and I stayed at Bally's in the North tower once several years ago. Our room was really nice and it had a separate vanity area with a small sink just outside the bathroom. The room had a king bed.

    I've looked at all the pics of Bally's north tower rooms I can find and I haven't seen a room like this.

    I'm going with a friend in june and staying there and I'd like to have a room like this with two queens if possible. The extra vanity area would make it really nice for two women getting ready at the same time.

    Has anyone stayed in a room like this that has two queen beds? Just wondering if that type of room even exists before I get there and ask for an upgrade to something they don't even have.

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  2. captainron62

    captainron62 VIP Whale

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    You were in what they now call a jr suite. These are located on their diamond floors. They are not published on their website, u have to be upgraded at check in. I am a total rewards member and have been upgraded on my last three stays.
     
  3. Skyler

    Skyler Low-Roller

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    I thought maybe that's what you guys were talking about on other threads when you said jr suite. Most suites only have king beds. I still wonder if these are available with two queens. I may have to wait until we get there to ask.
     
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    I have had their jr suite w two queens, same thing on diamond floor. The term "suite" is used quite liberally keep in mind. It's a large room w a separate vanity and sink w a coffee maker.
     
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    raisingoo Low-Roller

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    I'm echoing Captain Ron's comments...

    One time, at Bally's, I checked in having booked a "regular" room in the North Tower. It was kind of early, maybe 11am, and I used the $20 trick to get upgraded. (I'm not a big player by any means.)

    I guess it was too early, but the clerk said, "all we have ready now is Junior Suites, would this be OK?" and I said yes.

    It wasn't really a "suite," just one big room. I had a king. But it did have the separate vanity/sink outside the bathroom (which, in turn, had its own sink).

    I can't remember what floor it was on. Maybe 12th or something like that.

    The room was fine. Very large, clean... maybe a little worn in places (the desk was showing some chipping), but otherwise OK.

    So, try the $20 trick if you want. See if you can check in maybe late afternoon/early evening. The next step up is "Grand Suite" and maybe you can even get that if you time it right.
     
  6. Skyler

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    Our flight doesn't get in until late, but it's on a Wednesday night. We'll be lucky to arrive by 10pm. Maybe being in the middle of the week will help, but it's going to be a busy time because the following weekend is electric daisy carnival. Maybe they won't be arriving as early as Wednesday though.
     
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    Staying 5 nights in June, South Tower room. 4 nights comped, 1 night was 40-something after tax. Is asking for a "Jr Suite N. Tower" at check-in asking the clerk for "too much" with a $20 tip? Think I may even increase my luck if I mention it's my wife's bday and how to get a bouquet delivered to the room? (It really is her bday) A larger room would be kind of nice for the 5 nights we will be there. Basic rooms get kind of small after the first few day!
     
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