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Those Balcony Suites and Sliding Doors at Bally's

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by vegas4pools, Jan 28, 2014.

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  1. vegas4pools

    vegas4pools Low-Roller

    Jul 11, 2012
    Trips to Las Vegas:
    Every stay at Bally's we request the North... Jubilee Tower Suites. We always have the rooms that have the existing balcony outside the sliding door/window. Unfortunately, looks like the hotel has decided to take these out of commision and locked them 'securely' with and "L" bracket and a star security screw. In a sneaky attempt, the first time I tried to unscrew it to get a crack in the door and have a gander out on to the balcony. But my attempt was foiled by the hotels high end security mechanism! The times inbetween, I didnt even bother. However, during our last October stay to Bally's we ended up on side facing paris, and it looked like the security measures had been breached! The door was operable! It was nice to peak out and watch the Bellagio fountains in the evening. I was still cautious about using the balcony to its max, in fear of knowing that an employee might visit our room and give us the lecture that they are to no longer be used. It would still be nice to play dumb and know that if you end up with a room that has the door operable, you can use the balcony and enjoy the luxury of a balcony room in Vegas without having to wind up at the Cosmo.

    Any other Bally's balcony stories out there?
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