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Bally's Las Vegas Hotel and Casino is across
the street from Caesar’s Palace and located right next to Paris on The
Strip. The outside of the main entrance is lit up with a straight row of
large hoops, or rings leading up to it, and during the evening hours they
light up and change colors, and the 200-foot long people-movers go through
these rings, and into the main entrance of the resort.
Located on 44 acres of property, the inside of the resort is directly connect to Paris, and on the outside there is a mile long monorail that takes you all the way down to the MGM Grand, free of charge.
As for the accommodations, there are over 2,800 guest rooms and suites inside of two towers that are 26 stories high. The standard guest rooms are approximately 450 square feet in size, while the suites start at 900 and go all the way up to nearly 2,600 square feet. The 22nd floor of Ballys in Las Vegas houses the "22nd Club", which is an exclusive VIP floor with a private lounge that overlooks the Las Vegas Strip.
The casino is a bit smaller than many of the others on The Strip, with about 70,000 square feet of gaming space containing more than 75 gaming tables and other games. It was here that the very first $1,000 slot machine was introduced to Las Vegas.
The Spa at Bally’s is 15,000 square feet of fitness facilities, steam rooms, saunas, whirlpools and more. This full service spa also has hydro tubs and Vichy showers to help you relax during your Las Vegas vacation.
Outside there is a large, heated pool, as well as 10 private cabanas, a pool bar, and a tennis pro shop.
There are five restaurants to choose from during you stay at Bally’s which is best noted for the long-running production, Jubilee!, which features different types of acrobats, including aerialists, singers, and showgirls.
Bally’s is a great place to stay at the heart of the Las Vegas Strip for a great value, considering the amenities that you get. And the fact that its connected directly to Paris makes it like two hotels in one.
After dining at one of the hotel's fiverestaurants, see a Las Vegas show at the 1,040-seat Bally’s Jubilee! Theater with a cast of 100 performers, including acrobats, dancers, singers, showgirls and aerialists that perform on lavish sets. Each week Jubilee! uses more than 4,200 pounds of dry ice and 60 pounds of explosives for unforgettable special effects. Call 877-374-7469 or 702-967-4567 for tickets which are priced from $53 to $70.
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