While the outside appearance of Bally’s might not be pulling in those walking along the strip, this moderately priced casino is certainly worth a second look. Its sister casino Paris Las Vegas is actually linked up to it, so you might find yourself stumbling in the door quite by accident. And as a stop on the uber-convenient monorail system, Bally’s is certainly easy to access ñ if you’re looking for it.
The hotel rooms are downright cheap in comparison to other hotels on the strip and its central location on the strip makes it a perfect way to save money on your accommodations while also getting a taste of Vegas ñ even if you’re heading to other casinos for your gambling fun. The rooms are also pretty comfortable which makes this is a good value for the little money you will be paying.
The casino is easy to navigate and the games are just as those you can find at other casino locations, but since the traffic tends to be lighter, you will find that if you simply want to try out the gambling scene, this is a good place to get your feet wet at ñ sans the crowds.
The overall appearance of the casino is slightly dated, admittedly, but the interior is brightly lit and colorful, making it a true Vegas sight to see. With a larger showroom for headlining acts and the revue Jubilee!, there are plenty of ways for you to spend your days and nights at Bally’s. And the outside tennis courts and swimming pool give you a chance to enjoy the hot Nevada sun and to get out of the smoky slot machines.
If you reserve one of the 2814 rooms, you can expect to pay $99 and up, with additional charges for the concierge floor and for additional guests.