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Ballys - which tower?

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels' started by npom, Apr 15, 2017.

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  1. npom

    npom VIP Whale

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    I have both the Indigo and Jubilee tower rooms available to me for my next trip. I haven't stayed at Ballys in a long time and was wondering which would be the better choice. My main concern is the noise from night clubs. I have strip view available also.
     
  2. g35girl

    g35girl Low-Roller

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    We stayed in the Jubilee tower in January facing Drai's and CP and could barely hear it.
     
  3. mrstealth

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    Jubilee high floor, strip view. only thing you will hear is the "swoosh" of water every so often when the Bellagio fountain show starts. you;ll get used to it in a few hours.
     
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    I'm a big Jubilee guy, and I agree that high floor strip view matters. I slept like a baby there and never heard a peep.
     
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    staying the last 3 years at ballys jubilee tower nothing wron with it ..although when i was sick and just above chateau nightclub i wish i would had earplugs so be aware of [email protected]
     
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    We like jubilee high floor.
     
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    Go with Jubilee. Odd number rooms face south toward Paris, even number north toward Cromwell.

    Too much variance in Indigo rooms, you could get a nice room, you might not. Jubilee rooms are all updated.
     
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  8. smerrian

    smerrian View from Bally's

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    My avatar is a pic I took in Oct '16 from my Bally's Jubilee room. Click on the pic. [​IMG]
     
  9. JR Swift

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    Jubilee tower is closer to the Strip and front desk. Stayed last September and had a terrific view and no noise issues but I was on a high floor.
     
  10. waverunner

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    I love Bally's rooms period, have stayed at both Towers, however, since the Jubilee Tower (used to be the South Tower) got a makeover, i prefer Jubilee over Indigo now.
    So i would go Jubilee with a high floor.
     
  11. jgates8

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    I was just on top floor a week & a half ago if Jubilee facing north. One night only there was Club noise from Caesars -- LOUD. A ton of drums. Stuff was actually vibrating lol. Other nights were fine. And I know there was a bit of music from Drai's one night but not awful.
     
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    I've just booked Indigo purely because they have a bathtub and the Jubilee just have a shower although the Jubilee are nicer.
     
  13. Kobra2848

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    Next month we are staying at Bally's in a comped Jubilee Strip view for three nights. It will be our first time staying there and I'm not sure if I want a fountain or a north strip view.

    Mark
     
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    Very frequent Bally's stayer here.

    Jubilee Tower is absolutely the wrong answer if your primary concern is club noise (that is usually my concern as well). For quiet, you want the Indigo (North) Tower. And when you check in, ask for south facing room. That is the best bet for quiet. Tell the desk you want quiet, they know where you put you.

    North facing rooms in both towers can get a bit of noise from Drai's at the top of The Cromwell. It's way worse in the Jubilee Tower. South facing rooms in the Jubliee tower sometimes get club noise either from Paris pool or if you're really unlucky, a Strip-side live band like we had last December. The Indigo tower only gets a little bit of music noise from the Bally's pool in the late morning, after 9AM.
     
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    Have stayed last 5 trips in a Jubilee room on the top floor facing the tower / fountains. Each trip was 5 nites and a couple of Saturday nites....have never heard any club noise at all. Lower floors could possibly be an issue for some but not my experience...
     
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    I've booked Bally's for August and have specifically requested the Indigo Tower King room. I'm hoping to get that marvelous south view of the mountains in the distance. I really like the peace and quiet of this tower and the size of the rooms.
     
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    I like Jubilee
     
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    all Jubilee rooms have a fridge. Indigo - not
     
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    Agree -- don't face Drais! Paris has a club, too but you can't really hear it and it doesn't do after hours
     
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    I always book my trips Sunday - Wednesday. Drais! Paris is not open those days. Better chance of comp rooms and cheaper flights. I'll be in a comp Jubilee room Sept. 10-13. NFL football starts.
     
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