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Virginia Beach, Virginia
March 21, 2005
At night, visit the Big Kitchen Buffet for cross-sectioned crab legs (no cracking!). In the morning, go to the Paris breakfast buffet for their ridiculous crepe station! The Rooms are a bit outdated, but very spacious.
Location is excellent - you are right in the middle of everything (Bellagio across the street - Ceasar's across the street).
No frills here. With Paris next door, you'll have the best of both worlds: economy and extravagance.
From journal Bally's
July 29, 2005
From journal Sisterly Bonding in Vegas
March 5, 2004
From journal Viva Las Vegas!
Saint Clair Shores, Michigan
January 31, 2004
From journal Week in Las Vegas
October 18, 2010
November 9, 2005
From journal A Week in Vegas
July 25, 2005
I really enjoyed the casino at Bally's. It was not very big compared to the others, but I liked the intimate feel of it. It was never crowded during my stay, but always had enough people to keep it lively. Because of this, it was very easy to jump into any table game you wanted.
From journal Viva, Las Vegas! A First-Time Visitor's Take
May 2, 2005
The location of the hotel was wonderful, had very easy access to the Paris Hotel (its sister property), and was right across the street from the Bellagio, Ceasars Palace, etc. For the location and ease of getting around alone, I would recommend this hotel.
The room itself wasn't spectacular, but how much time do you really spend in it anyway? It was nice but could have used some refurbishing (as in cleaning the windows and some paint). It was a big room with two queen-size beds and a large bathroom. The view was spectacular (even through the dirty glass)! We could see the Bellagio water fountain and light show and had a great view down the Strip.
The rest of the hotel was quite nice. They had some construction going on down in their shopping promenade, but the stores that were open were nice (expensive, but what isn't?). They had a great margarita bar in the back of the casino and a fun "sidewalk" cafe.
From journal Quick Jaunt to Vegas
Montgomery City, Missouri
June 14, 2003
Bally's is a sister resort to Paris, Caesars, and the Flamingo so you could charge in those locations also. This made it very convenient. There are also walkways at the corner by Ballys that made crossing to other locations safe and easy. You could enter the Paris shops through an indoor access that gave you all the access to the Paris facilities without paying the higher cost of the room there. Our room was very spacious and had a wonderful view of the Eiffel Tower and we could also see a portion of the Ballagio fountains.
From journal Vegas Baby - It's All Good!
April 8, 2004
From journal Las Vegas Day and Night