Ballys Las Vegas Hotel Review

Right in the center of the action on the Las Vegas strip, Bally’s hotel and casino brings its guests the best of classic Las Vegas and a Rat Pack vibe. Owned by Caesar’s Entertainment, which is one of the world’s largest gaming companies, the hotel boasts more than 2,800 spacious hotel suites (measuring over 400 sq ft each). The North Tower was renovated in 2004, while the South Tower was renovated in 2013 and was renamed the Jubilee Tower in honor of Bally’s long-running show Jubilee! which began in 1981. Suites in both towers are fitted out in art-deco style furnishings.

Aside from its bustling 67,000 sq ft casino, Bally’s has its own shopping mall, tennis courts, a huge outdoor pool with private cabanas, several quality restaurants and good spots for late-night cocktails or beers. It’s easily accessible from the Las Vegas Monorail or the hotel’s neon-lit moving sidewalk around the front on Las Vegas Boulevard. Read on to get the low down on everything you need to know before you visit Bally’s, as well as some exclusive rates from

The Room & Suite Selection

Bally’s rooms cost $70 or more on average during the week and can be $300 or more on the weekends, particularly in high season. Special deals pop up from time to time in the low season, offering room rates as low as $37 per night. The near new Jubilee Tower boasts 450 sq ft rooms with stylish, modern décor and is a must-see. Below are full listings of all the hotel rooms you can choose from when staying at Bally’s Las Vegas. Some of these rooms are also available as accessible rooms on request.

Penthouse Suite – No two Bally’s Penthouse Suites are the same. With individual designs and two king-size bedrooms, these luxurious and ornate suites offer a lot more luxury than regular hotel rooms, including whirlpool tubs, a spacious wet bar and total floor space of up to 3,425 sq ft.

Indigo Junior Suite – Available with either two queen beds or one king, the Indigo Junior Suite at Bally’s is best described as spacious, with an art-deco look. Measuring 780 sq ft, you’ll get all the extra space you need including a large bathroom with both a shower and a bathtub.

Jubilee Junior Suite – If you want extra space for your stay in Vegas, the Jubilee Junior Suite will provide what you’re after with two queens or a king-size bed. Featuring views of the busy Vegas strip, this 844 sq ft Bally’s suite is modern to a tee, topped off with plush upholstery and a luxurious marble bathroom.

Indigo Celebrity Suite – Anyone can transform into a celebrity in Vegas and with a suite like this, you’ll feel right at home. The 1,500 sq ft Celebrity Suite includes a full bar, dining table and large living area that can easily host 20 guests.

Indigo Townhouse Suite – This two-story suite in Bally’s Indigo Tower has a grand staircase leading to the upstairs balcony, huge windows to enjoy the view from, a wet bar, a spacious dining and living area, and between one and four king-size bedrooms depending on your needs.

Jubilee Celebrity Suite – Branded by the hotel itself as a suite with “style” and “spunk”, the Jubilee Celebrity Suite measures 1,700 sq ft. It is contemporary and striking, with plenty of space to entertain.

Indigo Deluxe Room – With either two queens or a king-size bed, this room is 440+ sq ft and includes a marble bathroom and plush décor. Guests can choose between a view of the strip or the valley, and will find their room is located on the hotel’s upper floors.

Jubilee Grand Suite – Measuring 769 sq ft, the Jubilee Grand Suite has amazing views of the strip. It offers a complete luxury hotel experience, with contemporary décor and all the trimmings.

Indigo Tower Suite – This stunning 650 sq ft room includes a whirlpool, contemporary bathroom with a separate shower and tub, and all the luxury Bally’s amenities you’d expect.

Indigo Room – Choose between a view of the Paris casino or Bally’s plaza, and choose between two queens or a king size bed. This 440+ sq ft suite is stylish and modern including a renovated marble bathroom.

Jubilee Room – With the option to have a strip view, as well as a choice between king-size or queen beds, the Jubilee Room is extremely modern and stylish. Giving you 430 sq ft to call your own during your stay, features include a marble bathroom and all expected hotel amenities.

Indigo Room (Pet Stay) – Traveling with your beloved furry ones? You can bring up to two dogs with you into this 440+ sq ft suite, provided they each weigh 50 pounds or less. Guests need to sign a waiver to accept responsibility for any damage.

Grand Suite (Pet Stay) – Bring along up to two dogs (under 50 pounds each) and enjoy over 650 sq ft together at Bally’s. With a marble bathroom including a spa bath, a special welcome treat for your pup and luxury décor, this spacious suite is an excellent choice.

The Restaurant Options

BLT Steak – This 7,000 sq ft upscale restaurant is a true American Steakhouse, opening from 5:30pm to 10:30pm Sunday to Thursday and 5:30pm to 11pm Friday and Saturday. The bar opens up earlier, with happy hour running from 4pm to 6pm. With an excellent wine list and mix of bistro ambiance and traditional American fare, this is a Bally’s hot spot.

Sterling Brunch – On Sundays from 9:30am, the BLT Steak restaurant transforms into Sterling Brunch, and serves up a delicious and indulgent meal to those willing to splurge a bit. Known in the Vegas world for its brunches for over 30 years, diners enjoy unlimited fine Champagne and caviar along with their meals.

SEA: The Thai Experience – Offering a casual dining experience with Bangkok-inspired décor, this Bally’s favorite gives guests the chance to enjoy a taste of Thai and Vietnamese cuisine every day from 11am until 2am.

Nosh – Grab a cheap and quick bite at Nosh, which is there for you all day every day, offering a big selection of bagels and croissant sandwiches, as well as hot dogs, made-to-order sandwiches and tasty desserts.

Sbarro – Satisfy your craving for New York style pizza and other delicious Italian dishes at Sbarro. Right across from the Bally’s Race and Sports Book, you’ll find it open 24 hours a day and you can opt to eat in or takeaway.

Java Coast – Serving up coffee, juice, smoothies and tasty baked treats, Java Coast can be found in the Bally’s lobby and it’s always open no matter what time or day or night you need to refuel.

Nathan’s Famous – Fill up on classic hot dogs (with all the toppings) and french fries at this fast Vegas restaurant, near the Bally’s Race and Sports Book.

Drinking and Gambling

Evening Call – Bally’s is home to Evening Call, a popular bar that serves up frozen daiquiris from 10.30am to 1.30am. Sample a few flavors before filling up on a super-sized one.

Indigo Lounge – Step into the Indigo Lounge prepared for live music and entertainment (including jazz, rock ’n’ roll and more), first-rate cocktails and the best service. It’s open until 3am on Fridays and Saturdays, and 2am every other day.

Sully’s Bar – This open air bar is a Bally’s classic open 24 hours a day, and its guests keep coming back to explore its extensive range of draft beers.

Casino – Bally’s has a 67,000 sq ft casino, filled up with casino slots, keno, table games, a race and sports book and a poker room.

With its classic Vegas feel, Bally’s offers over 65 different table games including all the classics and several poker games. Both recreational and experience poker players can be found in the poker rooms at Bally’s, playing Texas Hold’em, Seven Card Stud and more. Sports fanatics can bet on all major sports and horse racing events in the race and sports book at Bally’s. Those who prefer casino slots will find a huge selection of modern video and traditional slot games at Bally’s starting at just a penny per spin.

Bally’s is one of six casinos where Total Rewards members can earn cash/and or rewards for their play. Those who use their Total Rewards Visa will earn five times the rewards for every $1 spent at Bally’s (conditions apply), and Bally’s also offers you the option to get funds from your line of credit so you don’t need to carry around too much cash in the casino.

Other Amenities & Things To Do

Shopping – Specialty and jewelry stores are the name of the game at Bally’s. Head down the escalators from the lobby and explore the hotel’s very own shopping promenade with 20 stores. Whether you’re looking for gifts, souvenirs, a sweet treat or something special, Bally’s has a huge selection.

Shows – Bally’s is home to its own classic, topless show Jubilee! (which has had a modern makeover and runs twice every night), enjoyable comedies like 50 Shades! The Parody, Tony N’ Tina’s Wedding, a paranormal mind-reading show and more. A headliner is Veronic Voices which features one singer and 50 voices, paying homage to the world’s most popular singers.

The Spa – Escape to the 13,000 sq ft spa anytime from 6am to 6pm and relax with calming sounds and subdued lighting. Choose from a quick one-hour break or a full day of pampering. There’s wet and dry saunas, two hot tubs (each at different temperatures) and a fully-stocked vanity area, as well as a separate men’s area with three pools. Popular spa treatments include couples massages (from $260 and up), or the solo aromatherapy salt scrub ($85). Adult guests to Bally’s get free access to the fitness center as part of the resort fee or when booking any service at the spa.

Golf – With rates from $250 and up, you can be transported in minutes from Bally’s to a local golf course like Cascata Golf or Rio Secco Golf. All you need to do is book your green time and Bally’s will arrange the rest.

Blu Pool – Head to the Blu Pool, a massive outdoor pool at Bally’s hotel where DJs provide music every day. Surrounded by palm trees and offering pool-side service, this heated pool is open from 9am to 7pm Monday through Sunday. Cabanas are available for rent by those seeking more privacy & a private host.

To get in touch with Ballys dial 1-702-967-4111 for all your inquiries.


  • Very affordable average room rates even for weekend visitors
  • Excellent central location walking distance to all Strip hotels
  • Friendly and courteous staff and fun vibe on the casino floor


  • Rooms can be a little rundown as they are pretty old now
  • Bar and parts of the casino floor can be very loud and noisy
  • Room service can take a while to receive with average quality