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Bally's Las Vegas

3645 S. Las Vegas Blvd.
Las Vegas, NV 89109
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Rated 3.8 out of 5 by 1264 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Bally's Hotel - A Great Las Vegas Location and Price (2014 review) Bally's was a reasonable price with an excellent location in the center of the strip. It is currently being updated and isn't the most beautiful on the outside but it is connected to Paris hotel which is very nice (and is across from Bellagio) I was going to book the trip to Mandalay Bay for more money but am glad I picked a centrally located hotel. It saved us money and gave us more opportunity to explore Vegas day and night, and not be too far off the strip. The Bally's rooms were a decent size and well kept up, and the pool was not overcrowded like what we saw at Treasure Island! I would recommend this hotel if you want to be in a walk-able distance from most of the strip and not just hang out by the poolside or in the casino all day. We enjoyed exploring the town each day and our hotel/hotel pool was also a great experience. August 13, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Bally's is centrall located on the strip and as such we had an excellent opportunity to visit other properties. Starting at check-in, service was excellent. From the restaurants to the shopping on the lower level, everyone was great! We loved the express check out service. We plan to visit Vegas again and I will absolutely book through Vegas.com and choose Bally's for the great service and value. Good Job! August 10, 2014
Rated 2 out of 5 by Not exactly as expected.... Bally's is clearly undergoing some upgrades so maybe we were there at a bad time, but for the upfront cost and then the extra daily 'resort' fee, in a do-over I'd definitely choose to spend my Vegas dollars elsewhere. Our room was in the currently being upgraded Jubilee tower, but our room was refinished and of nice quality. On arrival we were warned that the noise from the strip could be very loud and that many guests choose to use earplugs to sleep - hmm. They weren't joking, starting mid-morning Drais beach club in the Cromwell next door is unbelievably loud and clearly heard in our room, I suspect everyone's on that side of the hotel - it shuts down around 7pm, but then the sirens and other Strip nightlife sounds begin so its a bit of wash. The elevators were extremely slow and apparently only one was working at any given time, which meant that waiting for a ride up or down might take upwards of 15 minutes - clearly not an awesome way to spend your time. Room service was generally speedy for delivery of morning coffee, but since it took over 24 hours for trays to be picked up outside in the hallway, kinda a disgusting way to live and not very appealing walking down the very long hallway to our room passing everyone's leftovers. Also to note, food from room service is only available until 2pm (no late night desserts) and the hotel's restaurants all close very early as well (no late night back from gambling munchies at your home base - gotta go elsewhere). Luckily being right in the middle of the strip its easy to get to other places where things are open later, servers are quicker, and generally the atmosphere is a little less sad. We did walk by the pool, which was nice enough, but due to the rainy weather didn't have a chance to use it. I suspect that the management is clearly aware of the hotel's issues because when we checked out no one asked us how our stay was, they must know it wasn't stellar. If you are looking for mid-price hotel in the middle of the strip and you plan to never be at your room, this is your place - otherwise keep looking. August 10, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by good close to Bellagio, address is not correct, I spent a lot of time looking for entrance. July 27, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by Hotel location is great. But the rest is meh. Being next to the Paris and in front of the Bellagio makes it an ideal location. But the Bally's is getting very old and the non-refurbished rooms are kind of lame. Especially the bathroom. The price is unbeatable, but you get what you pay for. The casino in itself isn't very exciting. Now, the pool. Well, it's small for the amount of people and really boring. You see the back of the Paris, the back of the Bally's and the monorail. Not a great view. The music is not loud enough and the playlist... is very disappointing. The check-in line can be quite long depending on the time of the day. Be patient. Basically, if you need a place to crash to visit Vegas, the Bally's is great for the price. But if you're looking for a good casino-room-pool experience, you might want to spend a little more and get a refurbished room overlooking the Paris' pool and the Bellagio's fountains or just stay at another casino. July 23, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Great hotel...check in took FOREVER!!!!!! I'm not a hotel expert, so there are probably people who will disagree with my post, but overall i thought the hotel was nice. the room was pretty big and easy to get to, it was clean and we didn't have any problems with outside noise or anything like that. My only complaint would be the amount of time it took to check in. We got to the hotel 3:50 (check-in is 4:30). When we walked in the lobby there was a long line (about 30 people) waiting to check in. It took us almost an hour to get checked in. Im wasn't sure if that was the norm, so when we would leave the hotel i would glance and the check in line and it was still pretty packed. So if you do plan to go to stay in this hotel, you probably should expect to wait in line to check into your room. July 16, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by Rude staff, theft from housekeeping I was incredibly disappointed by my experience with Bally's. This hotel wants to nickel and dime you for everything they can get, and don't expect any customer service unless you tip them first. Upon check-in, I asked the front reception how much baggage hold would be since I was too early for normal check-in. This question was ignored, and I was told that there would be a $30 early check-in fee. I went ahead and paid the fee not knowing that there was a baggage hold for FREE. Had the front desk clerk been upfront and honest with me, I would have chosen not to pay the early check-in fee. I volunteered at an event, and was given a thank-you gift basket in return for my service. Well, housekeeping came in and tossed all my goodies, even though I did not place any of them in the trash. They also took it upon themselves to handle all of my beauty products and place them on a washcloth towel. I don't know about you, but I feel very uncomfortable with someone combing through my personal items just so it may be easier for a clean-up later. The cherry on top was that the housekeepers kept placing a tip envelope on the mattress everyday. Perhaps if I would have tipped the first day they would have not gone through my personal items and thrown out my gifts for volunteering? I will never stay at this hotel again. July 16, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Good hotel for the price,Construction will be nice when it's done Had a nice visit, but spent most of our time at planet Hollywood due to the shops and some-what reasonable food. Slots were the tightest I can remember. Stayed there in the past. Food prices on the strip and casino's pretty much spoiled the trip. We will not be going back for a long while. July 13, 2014
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Your best bets are probably to either take a taxi or catch The Deuce, a gold double-decker bus, that serves the Strip, downtown and nearby surrounding areas. Bally's is home to a Las Vegas Monorail station, which won't get you downtown but will be great for any trips you make between Sahara Avenue and Tropicana Avenue (at the MGM Grand).
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Take the monorail, get off the last stop at Stratosphere. Once you take stairs to street level there is the bus stop right there that takes you to downtown. Bus number is 108 I believe. They do say it over the intercom once you get close to the last stop what bus to take to downtown.
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I don't know if this will help. We rented a nice car at Alamo rental for just a hundred bucks for four days. The parking in Vegas is free in most casinos. Driving is a little bit scary with all of the aggressive taxi drivers but we tried to stay off of the strip and took the back roads. We parked at the Golden Nugget in downtown and they stamped our parking garage slip in the casino so we got free parking. Freemont street was SOOOO much fun! I know they have a bus service in Las Vegas but we figured after paying for buses, taxis, and monorails that it would cost less to rent a car. Plus we drove out to Hoover Dam. That was worth the 45 minute trip! We only used about 1/2 of a tank of gas while we were there. If you do rent, be sure to take pics of all the scratches and dents on the car. We didnt have any problem but some people have. Alamo was a very good experience. No hassle and we rented the car from a kiosk! No high-pressure sales people. Sign up for Alamo club on-line and get a free upgrade.
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Catch the "Deuce". Its a shuttle bus that runs up and down the Strip all day/night. There is a stop right outside Bally's to the left towards Planet Hollywood. Pay for your pass at the automated machine located at the bus stop there. You can buy one-time pass, all day pass, or 3 day passes. The Deuce goes up to Freemont St &4th. You're there!!
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You need a Taxi and it's approx 3-miles 10-min with all the lights from the end of the strip.
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The easiest and most inexpensive way to get to Fremont St. from any hotel on the strip is the Deuce (bus). A one day pass is $7 for unlimited trips. A cab ride from Bally's will run around $30 each way.
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there are 2 buses leaving in front of hotel Paris and along the strip (Deuce an SDX) 5$ for 2 hours or 7$ for 24 hours.
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Bally's is terrible with awful service...trapped in an elevator & charged, worst experience of my life! We took cabs to Fremont Street all weekend...stay there. Golden Nugget is nice or Plaza.
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We used the RTC bus. It costs $5 per trip, or $7 for 24 hours. They have a local bus (double decker) and an express (accordian bus). Much cheaper than a cab fare. Drops you off right at Fremont Street and the local stops in front of most hotels. Very convienient to use.
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How much is the parking at Bally's. And is there a place to put suitcases
when you get there around 11.00am and can't check in till 4oopm
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Self parking is free at Bally's. If you valet park, it is free, but you are expected to tip the valet guy when you pick up your vehicle. The bell staff can store your luggage if you check-in early and your room is not available.
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You can leave your luggage at the Bell Desk if your room
Isn't ready. It is very safe because they will give you a claim ticket so no one else can pick up your bags.
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I suspect the parking is free (since most hotels want your business) but can confirm that there is a place to store your suitcases until your room becomes available. For an extra fee you can also get early arrival and get your room immediately. Paid an extra $20/day to upgrade to the North Tower where a room was immediately available at 9:00 AM when we arrived.
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My colleague stayed there and paid no extra for parking.
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Parking is free.
Most hotels have no problem holding your luggage.
I assume they would be the same.
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I'm not sure about the parking, but you can store your luggage there any time. We arrived at 9:00 am but our room wasn't ready until 3. They have a large luggage storage room where they tag your bags until you're ready for them.
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Free parking. Yes they have the service to store the suitcases.
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Bally's does not have coffee makers in their standard rooms but some suites have them.
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They did not have one in my room.
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No. Fair amount of coffee choices throughout. Best coffee is from the bar that supplies the gambling tables.
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no coffe machines in the rooms. coffee is for sale at the cafe across from check in.
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no coffee maker no bar fridge, only one ice machine and pop machine per floor
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None in the room we stayed in. Should be there for what you have to pay for the resort fees per night!
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NO. I brought my own mini coffee maker.
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None just need a credit card
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$300.00
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This varies by hotel, but usually runs $100-200 per stay or more. This can be avaoided by using a credit card if you have one available.
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We used a debit card to cover ancillary charges and they immediately charged $200 per room. It was easy to reconcile the accounts at the end.
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When we checked in last Tuesday night, we paid no deposit or hold on our credit card.
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None. There were no resort fees. Internet access, which we did not use, was about $20 for three days.
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Hi,

Most of the classic/standard rooms do come with a chair and desk. To ensure that you get a room with a chair and desk, you can mention this to the person at the front desk when you check in. They will make sure that the room you're checking into has a chair and desk.
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Yes there is like a small table with two chairs where u can hook up to the Internet at....Lots of space and nice room!
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In my room (1409) standard king room, it had a large desk and chair.
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Mine did. And my colleague's standard room did as well.
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Yes
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