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Towers at Ballys

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by BlueGlass, Nov 27, 2014.

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  1. BlueGlass

    BlueGlass Tourist

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    Would you please tell me what & where are the different towers at Bally.
     
  2. Carole

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    The Jubilee tower or south tower as it used to be called is in the front. As you enter Ballys from the front access you go down the stairs and to your right around the Nosh's restaurant and behind it are the elevators that access that tower. It is the most recently renovated tower and the rooms are very nice. I did not care for the noise from the open air night club below that is at the Paris. If you had rooms on the other side of the corridor or the night club was not open would be fine. My son had the celebrity suite there in October and it was stunning. The Indigo tower is located in the back. Walking past check in, past the side entrance and continuing straight back the elevator bank is on the left. I like this tower because it is so quiet, access to Paris very nearby, the coffee shop is right there too. Rooms are a little older but still very comfortable.
     
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