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Flamingo GO vs Bally's Luxury (either tower)

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by nsideirish, Mar 31, 2014.

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  1. nsideirish

    nsideirish Low-Roller

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    Opinions? Seems like the newly remodeled Bally's rooms (Luxury) are pretty nice. How do they size up to Flamingo's GO rooms. Either are comped so cost isn't an issue. I've really enjoyed my stays in GO rooms before but am not opposed to trying out something new.
     
  2. KKB

    KKB VIP Whale

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    Try Ballys

    We have done GO room once; room was nice if not terribly spacious, but we had cleanliness issues in 2 areas of hallways.
    Ballys rooms are very large 450 sq. ft)--try the new Jubilee tower!
     
  3. Carole

    Carole Low-Roller

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    I am a Bally's fan and always enjoy my stays there and prefer it to the Flamingo but my next trip will be planned around staying at the Flamingo for 2 reasons. The Linq is opening in April including the observation wheel. I think having the construction completed will make it fun exploring the new places that will be on the north side of the building. The construction outside of Bally's is ongoing, not going to be completed for a long while and getting around all that mess is a bit frustrating. In February I stayed at Bally's for 3 nights in the Indigo tower, Celebrity Suite...always nice and never noisy. We stopped back in for 1 night on our way home, and asked for a 2 queen room in Jubilee tower. Room was very nice, large bathroom, but had alot of furniture in it. I am sure if you were in a king room it would not have felt so crowded.
     
  4. dfalk

    dfalk VIP Whale

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    Just stayed at Ballys. Construction was never a problem at all. The walkways they had out front were always broken to begin with, so it was no hassle what so ever to walk around it. Honestly didn't phase me one bit.

    I had a room in the Jubilee tower with a south facing room, not a single noise complaint. I had 2 friends in the same tower, same floor, but facing north and they complained a little bit about the construction noise. They did sleep in till noon each day though.
     
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