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Bally's Hotel and Casino Las Vegas

What to expect

Bally’s has a prime location on the corner of Flamingo and Las Vegas Blvd. which makes it incredibly convenient if you like walking over and enjoying Caesars Palace and the Bellagio for a fraction of the price you would pay to stay there. The long walk from the strip is eased by the moving walkway and the escalators. If you could think of beige as a hotel and casino Bally’s would be it. It’s not flashy yet not dull and it never goes over the top. If you like to avoid the riff-raff Bally’s is good for you.

What you might like:

The monorail stops right near the back of the property and you can walk over to the Paris Las Vegas without ever going outside. The rooms feel spacious and are well decorated considering this is an older hotel.

The Jubilee walking tour is impressive as is the show and the indigo lounge is comfortable and enjoyable. Of course the big plus at Bally’s is the location and the price compared to the big boys that surround her.

What you might not like:

The dining options are all just a bit too much on the average side, not any one stands out. Sometimes the walk out the front to the strip just seems too long and it becomes a hassle if you’re looking to get somewhere in a hurry. If you plan on checking in try waiting until late afternoon or early morning, it can be a zoo.

My suggestion:

Take advantage of the good room rates at Bally’s and walk over to Paris Las Vegas for food and entertainment. You could also eat across the street at the Forum shops at Caesars. You should also utilize the monorail from this hotel because chances are your nearest elevator will be closer to the monorail than to the strip.

Location: 3645 Las Vegas Blvd. South, Las Vegas, NV 89109

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