by Julie Bielenberg
There is a brand new addition to this Las Vegas icon and resort, the all-new Jubilee Tower, named after the property’s iconic show, Jubilee, a Las Vegas staple for more than three decades. Clean, fresh rooms are awaiting guests at Bally’s, located in the center of the Strip. The new Jubilee Junior King Non-Smoking suite features beautiful Las Vegas Strip views and spacious ultramodern accommodations with plush upholstery, rich woods and an upgraded marble bathroom with a shower, 844-square-foot suite with one king bed, an iDevice docking station, refrigerator, coffeemaker, hairdryer, iron and ironing board, clock radio, wireless internet access (nominal fee) and a flat-screen TV with cable and in-room movies.
Bally’s has a bunch of onsite dining including Mexican, American and Asian cuisine. However, it’s the pool that families come for. The Blu Pool, the oversized, outdoor swimming pool at Bally’s Las Vegas, is surrounded by lush palm trees and features attentive poolside servers, private cabanas, DJs, contemporary music and delicious frozen. Blu Pool at Bally’s is one of the few Las Vegas pools with a deep end. The area overlooks the tennis courts and is close to the Race & Sports Book, making it easy to place a few bets while sunning poolside. And there’s even a game room onsite.
Our Editor Loves
- Outdoor pool with deep end
- Onsite dining options
- Location and accessibility to the Strip
- Theme Park
- Water Parks
- Water Sports
- Family Room 5+
- Free Wi-Fi
- Onsite Dining
Very nice room and Bally's is in the center of all the action. You don't have to leave the hotel to be thoroughly entertained.Excellent breakfast buffet and the staff is extremely helpful. The beverage servers were all pleasant but there were times when there were not available and hard to find.
Good hotel, basic and in need of an upgrade but for the price you pay for a stay it is what you would expect. There are other hotels in the area which I would recommend instead of here and if you aren’t staying here you aren’t missing much by not visiting. It is behind small independent shops and some restaurants so it isn’t the most obvious where it actually is from the strip when walking past.