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Thinking about a quick trip to Atlantic City

Discussion in 'Non-Vegas Chat' started by Michelle H, Mar 9, 2017.

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  1. Michelle H

    Michelle H Tourist

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    Wondering what tower to choose at Ballys. The Bally's Tower or the Dennis Tower. Which is closer to the casino!
    Thanks!
     
  2. Fet297

    Fet297 113 survivor North Vegas

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    Ballys tower, although the difference is minimal. I personally like the Ballys tower better than the Dennis rooms.
     
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    AirBnB Henderson. They say social distancing...Will we make this trip?
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    They recently renovated the Jubilee rooms in the Bally's Tower. I think you would like it.
     
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    I certainly don't dispute what Fet is saying, but one thing about the Dennis Tower that I liked was the shorter height and ease of getting up and down. I asked for a room far away from the elevator so I wouldn't hear much foot traffic, and then the elevators seemed to come quickly and the rides were very brief because it's only a fraction of the height of the Bally's Tower. Granted, that means a sharply diminished view, but if you care more about ingress and egress, the Dennis Tower is something to consider. I agree with Fet that the difference between them is kind of six of one half dozen of the other. It's not like a lot of Vegas CET properties where you have awesomely renovated, barely renovated, and unrenovated. I would rate both rooms in the 6-7 range on a scale of 10 (10 being the nicest standard room you can imagine, as opposed to some five bedroom villa or whatever).
     
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    Jubilee room in the Bally's Tower is a nice stay.
     
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