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Bally Indigo king with a strip view?

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels' started by danny8235, Jun 6, 2017.

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  1. danny8235

    danny8235 MIA

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    just booked Indigo king. What is the best location for a strip view. I am comped
     
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    Tahoejoe2 VIP Whale

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    I think you need to upgrade to a Jubilee room for strip view?
    Maybe you can try the $20 trick?
     
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  3. Karazzy

    Karazzy Tourist

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    Oh we stay at Bally's often.

    Yes we always book in a JUBLIEE ROOM.

    I think you will love them.
     
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    Strider9 Newbie

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    I agree. Cannot go wrong with getting a jubilee room
     
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    dreric Low-Roller

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    Indigo rooms don't face the strip, but usually by asking nicely they will move you over to a Jubilee room. I have stayed in both. The Indigo rooms are decent size, but not remodeled. No fridge, but have a tub. Jubilee rooms have a fridge, coffee maker, and are updated in some really bright reds, but no tub, only a shower.
     
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    while agreeing that Jubilee tower is the best choice for quality and view, I have to disagree a bit with previous posters...you can get a low floor jubilee room and wont have much of a strip view and for indigo tower, yes its older and sits back further but it does have several sides you can view the strip. will it be the best strip view, nope, but with a mid to high floor you will be able to see some strip
     
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