Bally's Las Vegas
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Just hate the place!
Finally made it and quickly found family. Best burgers in the world can be found at Mandalay Bay. If you leave your pocket book at home they make you leave the whole city. And Finally some crimson and white and familiar accents can be found. Don't dare say that two little boys can not have fun in Vegas too.
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Historical Traveler Reviews Bally's Las Vegas
Ballys a great deal
Got a room in the renovated north tower for $55 a night. Room was clean and nice, need a vent for the bathroom to keep window from fogging up. Had to give $3 a day to use the safe in the room, think it would be better to just up the price $3 a day, rather than for you to feel that they are "nickeling and diming" you. Won money playing craps. Most of the dealers were pleasant. Saw the Jubilee show 2 for 1, and at that price it is a good bargain. Overall a tremendous value for the location on the strip, and being connected to Paris. Tram to the MGM is down until 2004.
This hotel was fantastic. It had everything you could possibly want. The pool area was one of the best that we saw, and with only guests able to use it, wasn't over crowded. Our room was enormous and had been recently renovated, so was clean and luxureous. The buffett at Bally's should be experienced as they had a great selection to choose from and did the best bacon and pancakes for breakfast!! We would certainly stay at this hotel again it was the best (apart from the Belagio but thats too expensive) and only cost £35 a night..what a bargain.
Totally great! Friendly staff, large, clean rooms, and a perfect location on the Strip.
Our week in Vegas was a combination of business and pleasure. The Convention facilities at Bally's were exceptional, the staff most helpful in making sure things ran smoothly. We would highly recommend Ballys - it measured up to our expectations in every category!
I've seen better hotels in downtown Detroit.
My wife and I decided to spend New Year's Eve in Vegas. It was our very first time in Las Vegas. I booked my stay at Bally's more than 6 months in advance. I picked the hotel based solely on their website. Boy what a mistake! The rooms look nothing like what you see on the website. they are small and dirty and the beds are hard as a rock. As for the casino what a joke. The service is slow as molasses. I won a few bucks on a slot machine and spent 45 minutes waiting for an attendant to pay me. My wife and I walked all over Las Vegas in the week we were there and I promise you this I will never stay at Bally's again. I would rather stay in a no name hotel off the strip than waste money at Bally's. To top it all off when we left they overcharged me by almost $400.00. I was quoted $709.00 when I booked the hotel room and ended up paying over $1100.00. You do the math. Do yourself a favor and stay the heck away from this craphole.
Needs some work in customer service
Huge rooms, needs work in customer service. From rude workers, to late cleaning of rooms, why this hotel cant get it's act together is beyond me. it has such great potential! And with the competition across the street, you think they'd try harder.
We just stayed at Bally's in Las Vegas for 7 days including Christmas. We were on the 18th floor, but the noise level from outside was so close it was as if our windows were open. Also, I thought after the room renovations there would be a few changes to the bathrooms, still no exhaust fans for steam! For several months prior to our arrival we were told by several reservation clerks that all rooms had been renovated, but upon checking in we were told it would cost us $20 more per night to stay in a renovated room. The plus side was the cleanliness. This was our second visit with Bally's, and I was hoping for a few changes in the new rooms.
Needs to get with the program!
Let me preface my comments by saying I am have been a little spoiled by Kimpton Groups hotels. I was not really happy that I was given a room next to the maids operating room on my floor. I also did not have an iron, cofee maker, or robe. The room was large with some chairs, but overall it was rather reminiscent of a 50's scene with bad decor and no amenities.
If you are looking for price- this one had a good one. But if you expect a nice atmosphere when retiring from the all too desperate scene of losers in the casino- don't stay here unless you have big bucks for the suites.
Also, there was grime in the tile (showers) and lightbulbs burned out in one of the room lamps.
The hotel does not have great shopping or great restaurants- while there I did some DD and the pick would be the Venetian, Caesar's (part of Park Place) or Bellagio- total class. The Forum at Caesar's is the best shopping - unless you love Nordies and you will find that at Fashion Show close to Treasure Island. I also know that the Rio (while not centrally located) is an awesome value!
One other thing- you will not find one Coca-Cola product at these properties. They all belong to the Pepsi camp!
So if ambiance means nothing to you- then by all means, stay at Bally's!
Needs better customer service
I spent 4 nights at Bally's this summer, and customer service seems to be going downhill. Examples of this include: room service trays not being picked up from hallways, slow service at the restaurants. They even turned our water off for several hours as part of planned ongoing renovations, which doesn't seem like a good way to win over customers.
Good, not great . . .
I spent four nights at Bally's in March 2002 and found it to be good, but not great. We had two adjoining rooms in the south tower, which apparently had not yet been renovated as most of the rooms in the rest of the hotel purportedly had. We paid $89 per night.
The best thing about Bally's is the location. It is ideal for a first time visit to Las Vegas. The rooms were large and the service was decent. The bottom line though is that with all of the choices you have on the strip, Bally's is probably somewhere toward the lower middle of the pack. I'll try another hotel on my next trip.
Family (adult) vacation
The end of Oct. 2001 and with high tensions in air travel my wife and I took three of our four children and one spouse for their first visit to Las Vegas. We stayed at Ballys and had the time of our lives. This was also the first adult vacation we've taken as a family and was very nice. With the proximity of Ballys and the smaller than usual crowds, we we're able to get around and sample quite a bit. Having stayed at many of the hotels we found Ballys very enjoyable.