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What is Bally's King Jr Suite?

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by 2VegasNuts, Aug 24, 2013.

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  1. 2VegasNuts

    2VegasNuts High-Roller

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    Our host just booked us this suite saying it has a King bed, parlor, and then another room with 2 Queen beds. Everything I can find on then internet is limited. But, what little I do find makes the King Jr suite look like a large square room with a King bed. No parlor. No separate room.

    Has anyone stayed in one of these? What exactly is it?

    Thank you!
     
  2. Nittany1

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    Last time I stayed there,5 years ago,we got upgraded to what they called a King Suite.I could be off on this.
    When we got to the room it was not really a suite.
    It was a room with a king bed and then an area up a couple stairs with a hot tub,dressing area,shower etc.
    There was a door to a connecting room that had 2 queens in it but it was not our room.
    I was disappointed as I was expecting a real suite.
     
  3. 2VegasNuts

    2VegasNuts High-Roller

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    Thank you. That is what it looks like to me too. We are booking this last minute for Labor day weekend. My host said the room has the King bed plus 2 Queens. I called Ballys and they said the room is 1 King bed. I think she believes we are getting that connecting 2 Queen room.
     
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    Could be different depending on which tower. My "Junior Suite" Did not have any steps, but there was an extra area outside of the bathroom with a chair and mirror for getting ready. Wife did find it useful.
     
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    Never hear of a King suite.

    I've stayed in the Grand Suite: all one large room
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    And then there was the Executive Suite in the south tower. 2 suite rooms connected(one living room, one bedroom), 2 baths, full service bar, 3 TVs, 2 sitting area, dining room table, 4 sofas. That was quite a treat.
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    Sounds like they are giving you a grand suite with a connecting room.
     
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    Here is the Junior Suite I had

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    Thanks! Nice pictures. Always helpful. My host has now moved me up to a 2 Bedroom Grand Suite with parlor. Looks BIG at 1700 square ft, but very dated.

    I think if I can get an upgrade to an executive suite, I will do it.
     
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    I stayed in a junior suite at Bally's this week and my room looked exactly like the pictures posted above. There was an armoire across from the bed with a flat screen TV and a desk in the corner. It had floor to ceiling windows across the entire wall as well.
     
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