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Jubilee room bathrooms

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by phantomfj, Mar 16, 2016.

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  1. phantomfj

    phantomfj Low-Roller

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    We are thinking about trying out Bally's, I was impressed with some of your reviews about the upgraded Jubilee rooms, I was ready to book the Jubilee non smoking, king bed room with a strip view for mid June. I just noticed this room is listed on their website as just having a shower, no tub, is that correct? That may be a deal breaker for my GF. The Indigo rooms show they have a tub, is there much of a difference between the two towers? Thoughts please........
     
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    Fet297 Vegas is my happy place!

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    Fet297 Vegas is my happy place!

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    I stayed in Bally's Jubilee room last year. Yes, it has only a shower (which i preferred because of my stroke), and i think most people prefer showers in Vegas because some tubs in Vegas are nasty and would never be used.
    I also stayed in the Indigo rooms (that's where i normally stay).
    But the Jubilee rooms are like night and day (IMO) and my preference from now on.

    What i would do is show your GF the threads in here that show molds and mildew in tubs and maybe she'll change her mind.
     
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    spdandpwr Low-Roller

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    If you'd like, you can swap your Jubilee with my Deluxe Indigo :)
     
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    Indigo rooms are the oldest in the hotel. Yes, they have a tub but I avoid those in hotels anyway. The Jubilee are sooooo nice.....wouldn't dream of choosing I over J.....
     
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    Yes, Indigo has a tub but it's kinda small and not worth passing up a generally nicer room for. To me. if it's not a soaking tub, a hotel would be better off just offering a shower.
     
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    The Indigo rooms suck.

    They are old and decrepit. If you want a tub, stay in another hotel, imo.

    The Jubilee rooms are fantastic. The best regular room I've stayed in "on the strip" was at Vdara. That had a tub, shower, 2 TVs, kitchenette, and view of the Bellagio fountains.
     
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    True and true what has been said here..i never stayed at indigo rooms but that they are less i heard alot.
    I was downgraded to the jubileerooms( as before i had nice room in caesars and than two times a nice calais suite in paris) and i have to pay for the jubilee room much more than last year( host could do nothing he said).....im happy with the jubilee room though as i use the yacuzzi in the spa or pool.
    If your gf really wants a bath i would suggest contact your host and let him book you a calais suite in paris....beware though that you have to pay alot extra though..the calais suite has two bathrooms ( also bidet and a yacuzzi!)
     
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    Thanks for all the info, I booked a Jubilee king strip view room for this trip in June............
     
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