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Bally's Help

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels' started by tfcoach72, Aug 21, 2018.

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  1. tfcoach72

    tfcoach72 High-Roller

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    Haven't stayed at Bally's in years. I know I read these posts all the time, but senior memory isn't what it should be!!!

    I have an offer of comped rooms in either Jubilee Strip View room or Resort Newly Renovated.

    Your opinions are greatly appreciated!
     
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    dreric Low-Roller

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    If the view is important, Jubilee high floor, end of hall is awesome. Overall, it sounds like they are about even know decorating wise, but Jubilee was done a number of years ago. Resort seems to be easier to get to from the floor though.
     
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  3. archie1959

    archie1959 VIP Whale

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    I just had a junior suite resort room comped this past weekend
    Room 1276 A Resort side.
    Only a shower .
    No bathtub.
    View was of a parking garage.
    Travel was solo so I was ok without a bathtub.
     
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    i did jubilee tower for the last 4 years as i dont get suites anymore(quit slots) still always get a good deal from my host and im perfect satisfied with the jubilee tower although i dont care much about the view its always nice!!!only bad thing is that if you are close to eiffel tower chateau noghtclub you can have some noise(and when you are sick which i was back in 2016 on my 44 day trip that can suck) anyways do the safe bet and do the comped jubilee(i heard the newly renovated rooms->former idnigo are also nice)
     
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    remmerde VMB's Resident Cigar Sommelier

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    Jubliee Rooms
    - better views, closer to Strip
    - remodeled 5 years ago
    - more night club and pool noise
    - elevators a bit closer to front door/Strip exit

    Resort Rooms
    - larger rooms
    - remodeled in the last year
    - generally quieter during sleeping hours
    - not much of a view
     
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  6. tfcoach72

    tfcoach72 High-Roller

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    Thanks folks. I have stayed in the old north and south towers. Now I’m up to speed.
     
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    What Remmerde said.....
     
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    Odd # room for view
     
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    As a note - even after a 5 year redo, all of the Jubilee rooms I have stayed in have been in great shape. Very comfy beds. Jubilee does have both a small coffee maker and a mini fridge (hidden inside the dresser - I've had people say it isn't there but it is!). Safe is in nightstand drawer. Jubilee rooms are also shower only which can be an issue for some. Wouldn't hesitate to stay again. Yes, I have encountered noise from the nightclub at Paris (and I believe Cosmo too from lights & noise one night). Take some earplugs and check what their schedule is - they don't run every night.
     
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  10. 1LuckyMomma

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    We stayed there 2 weeks ago. Jubilee on the 64th floor w/view of the Paris pool, tower and the fountains of Bellagio We love those rooms. Halfway down the hall and odd number room give you a great view. This is the first time we’ve heard noise from the club at Paris and it was only one night.
     
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    I'm comped with a Jubilee Strip view room in October. Yes, the Resort room is recently renovated, however, the Jubilee rooms are basically the same as Resort and there's really no difference. It's just a matter of which tower is more convenient for you. The main difference is the pool and food court which is a lot closer to the Resort rooms. If you have no desire to use the pool, then both towers are fine.
    In the middle of the casino you have access to Paris and the South Strip. Also in the middle is the exit to the cross walk which brings you to the back of Cromwell, and the North Strip.
    Whichever you decide, Bally's has been my favorite hotel since the dawn of mankind.
     
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  12. rhinoman7

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    Stayed in a newly renovated Resort room in June, and it was very nice! Was my first stay at Bally's, and I would not hesitate to stay there again on a future solo trip.
     
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    Before you check in, ride the Jubilee elevator up to one of the higher floors and look out the window up there. Even number rooms face north, odd face south in Jubilee. Floor numbers in Jubilee are 50 higher than actual, eliminates confusion with other tower. Long long walk to end of Jubilee tower from elevator.
     
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