Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels' started by S'AllGoodMan, Oct 8, 2018.
Is there gambling there?
Or slot machines?
I don't mind sharing him, he's a popular guy! Great seeing all the pictures here, looking forward to spending some time, shitty paytables notwithstanding.
So we were hanging out with Rick, who moved from Sullys too, and told him we were taking pics of all the firsts at the bar and he had to help us spot the first working girl. His response was I don’t think she’s a hooker, but there’s a girl over there with her ass hanging out. Bally’s, good times!
So we looked but didn’t see any the first couple of nights.
First hooker, First John. What a great list to be on the top.
snapped a few while i passed through, didnt play or drink, just passed by
It's almost to nice for Bally's.
It looks very nice. Thanks for the photos.
Combo bar/coffee/snacks...that place is going to mint money during check in and check out times. Perfect location too if you're in the Jubilee tower to stop for a drinkie on the way up to the room. Nice addition.
Good people-watching place! Great idea - better than coming down the escalator and the first thing you see is a lot of flooring & a bakery. I like the lounge seating area. There's a piano!
thanks for the pics.
This lobby bar makes me realize I've never seen the lobby at Bally's lol
I have....when it was the MGM!
I saw a couple of ladies (on separate evenings) last week that were wandering around looking for potential customers, but they never were interested in me...........perhaps because i was in line for blueberry muffins and a hot chocolate to bring up to my room.
Maybe if i splurged for a croissant and latte and sat at one of the tables things may have gone better.....
Very cool, what was in this space before?
If I recall correctly, I think the TR desk used to be there.
For me this could be a good place for a post poker drink and VP. I like the Bally's poker room. So if I need to celebrate a win, or lick my wounds, this would be a nice place to stop before heading out to my next destination.
TR is down further. It was just the coffee. Maybe also a few item counters.
Actually - the TR desk was farther down across from a store....this is where the old coffee place was....across from Diamond check-in.
The Lavazza (however it was spelled) coffee shop and slot machines.
@tringlomane Hop Valley Citrus Mistress on tap here. It’s on the upper level taps if you don’t see it seared in the main area
Good to know. If that's fresh, it's not bad. Hops fade quick though. Same goes for Elysian Space Dust (at Cosmo/Park MGM)
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