Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels' started by Travelingman, Dec 1, 2019.
Thank you everyone for the suggestions. I will stay in this area and enjoy.
Great vibe on the casino floor.
Lots of low cost food options in Miracle Mile.
Center strip with easy access to other properties.
3:2 blackjack tables just outside the party pit.
Room size and quality. Relatively little hall noise. Ease of casino hopping to other CET properties. Directly connected to Paris. Decent food selection among hotel restaurants, food court, Grand Bazaar and Paris. Monorail.
Bally's recently refurbed the older rooms. All the rooms are either new (Resort) or in good shape (Jubilee.)
I’d pick Flamingo, habitat elevator area. Front desk was super nice and professional, easy upgrade, remodeled room was fantastic with a great view of cp. i love that there was easy access to the linq and the crosswalk to cp. I also love the vintage vibe and the habitat. And the buffet has giant sandwiches at breakfast!!
Another vote for PH - the only downside for me is that I don't really love any of the options for bartop VP there. The rooms are fantastic value.
PH for earl of sandwich
Thank you everyone for your suggestions. I'm leaning to Ballys after the input. Everything is there and you can walk everywhere. How crowded are restaurants in this area with wait times?
All depends on date and time. Seriously deviates wildly, but the food court at Ballys is usually not crowded, Nosh up by Jubilee tower may be occasionally a small wait. There was a 5 to 10 .minute wait for me to get in the Bucca breakfast buffet but that was a slow week and they only had a small portion of the dining room running. Havent ever seen much of a line in the Bazaar area out front, some of the joints in Paris line up at peak times. All depends where you go, what time it is, and how crowded Vegas is that day.
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