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Bally's Free Room

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by Jimbucc, Sep 14, 2018.

  1. Jimbucc

    Jimbucc VIP Whale

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    So Total Rewards has actually given me free room offers for September thru December. Which would be the better room at Bally's? Jubilee king strip view or renovated resort king room.
     
  2. fugsworth

    fugsworth High-Roller

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    The resort tower is newer, but the d├ęcor and layout will be essentially the same.
     
  3. rhinoman7

    rhinoman7 Innocent Bystander

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    Just stayed in one of the Resort King rooms in June. It was very nice!!! A little further walk to the casino, but not that bad.
     
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    bnlphan Degenerate In Training

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    When I first booked Bally's for upcoming trip. I booked a Julbilee. then on the estandby page they offered me an upgrade to the new resort rooms for $4 a night. Should give you an idea of the difference between them. Oddly enough I could have booked the new resort room anyway on the comp. Then they offered it to me for 4 bucks lol
     
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    yooperguy Low-Roller

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    Just booked a room with them on the comp offer in October. Chose the renovated room over view room. 1st stay with them. Total cost $35 and change, not including 24 hour parking fee. Also, will get 2 High Roller tickets for $20. Not too shabby. The wifey and I had planned a one night BLT Steak dinner and the Miss Behave show anyway, so that will be the night. Spa for the lady in the a.m. while I poker.
     
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  6. Nevyn

    Nevyn VIP Whale

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    Rooms near identical. Jubilee more likely to have strip view, but older and potentially noisier.

    Resort are in the tower set back from the strip so a slightly longer walk, but quieter and are newly done.
     
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  7. Timothy Miller

    Timothy Miller Casino Host

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    On a side note Jubilee tower was re-furbed in 2015/2014 so not like crazy old if that's where your head went.
     
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    Stayed in Jubilee two years ago and the Resort Room in Feb--preferred the Resort room. Yes, its totes remodeled but much liked it because of the quiet location.
     
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    Pea Low-Roller

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    I got that too - I've never ever gotten comped rooms. Why are they doing this?

    Mine is only for Resort rooms.

    Says includes a refrigerator and coffee maker - really?!
     
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    Both are very nice but a fountain view Jubilee are the best for us...
     
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  11. Mirageluvr

    Mirageluvr High-Roller

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    Congrats...welcome to world of comps and may they continue to come your way. :beer:
     
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  12. Trailer666

    Trailer666 Low-Roller

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    I got a 1 day comp'd offer also. I think they are doing this for all their card holders as I haven't used my card nor visited a Caesar's casino for sometime. I do play their game online mind you and that may have been why I got the offer.
    I do though get better offers from Mlife. 4 free nights but paying the Resort Fee.
     
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    TOUR Low-Roller

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    We got 5 nights comped in early Dec. including a Fri & Sat Our original booking was $632 but with the comps now down to $198, we will be happy with that. It will buy a lot of meals
     
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  14. Bryan84

    Bryan84 Low-Roller

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    Fountain/tower view Junilee for me.
     
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  15. smerrian

    smerrian View from Bally's

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    When I'm staying on the Strip I want a view. I can get a nice hotel room anywhere...but that view is one of a kind! My avatar (to the left) is a view from my Bally's Jubilee room.
     
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  16. IDoLuvVegas

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    Resort rooms are usually quieter. The elevators also go to the basement level where you can catch the monorail.

    The amount of distance from elevators of both towers to the casino is minimal.
     
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    Bally's Jubilee Tower with Strip view in 3 weeks with 5 nights comped.
    I'M NOT WORTHY!!!
     
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  18. LB9

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    I pretty much only stay in jubilee strip view towers. Sure, some noise from chateau but it's much closer to the casino and the rooms offer coffee ;)
     
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  19. Jimbucc

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    Thanks for all the helpful replies.:thumbsup:
     
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    Now I'm curious. What kind of coffee "offers" do you get in the the jubilee tower? :) All I remember is a coffee maker, which is standard in the resort tower rooms as well.