Bally's Casino, Las Vegas

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    by kris-t Written Dec 1, 2012

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    Bally's features a 67,000 sq.ft casino loaded with all the traditional games, a variety of restaurants and Jubilee! - the last classic showgirl revue left in Las Vegas. Also it has the largest tennis complex on the Strip.

    You can visit Rio All-Suites Hotel & Casino or Harrah's Las Vegas on the Strip by using free shuttle.

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    by machomikemd Written Oct 6, 2011
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    Bally's Las Vegas is A Casino Complex which is part of the Ceasar's Entertainment Group. A Trivia, this was formerly the site of the MGM Grand Hotel and Casino until they sold it to Bally's and then was absorbed by Ceasar's and moved further South on the Strip to it's present site. Bally's is often oveshadowed by it's more glamourous sister, the Paris Paris, which is located beside it. Bally's is one of the good choices on where to stay in las vegas for Ceasars Total Rewards Comps who don't have high points as it is a mid price hotel. The hotel features 2,814 rooms and a small 67,000 square feet of gambling space and the casino has all the offerings with more than 1,500 slots and video poker machines and all the favorite table games. There is also a high limit slot area with the world's first $1,000 slots, a non-smoking 10-table poker room and a keno lounge. A mall full of specialty shops, bars and several eateries, including Sbarro, Johnny's Delicatessen and Ichiban, are located on the floor below the casino.

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    by smschley Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    Let me say first that Bally’s isn’t exactly the type of Casino that I would visit as an attraction in itself. The building originally started off in 1973 as the home of the MGM grand casino until the new hotel was built in the early 90’s, and it’s not in the same class as many of the others, but when you stroll down the strip you have to walk in front of it (unless you stay on one side).

    Well, you’re not going to see any sexy sirens luring pirates, or Volcano’s erupting. What you have are columns that slowly change colors and a moving sidewalk leading from the street into the casino. Doesn’t sound like the most exciting thing in the world, but if you have three Margaritas and go down the moving walkway through the loops you can pretend that you’re in that Disney ride that shrinks you. Ok, maybe four Margaritas. The interior is one large room containing the casino, lobby, and restaurants. It’s ok, but nothing special.

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    by doug48 Written Feb 2, 2008

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    bill's casino is located on the centraL strip between ballys and the flamingo. this budget casino attracts a more "blue color" crowd that it's more up scale neighbors. lots of nickel slots and low limit table games.

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    by doug48 Written Jan 31, 2008

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    ballys is a nice casino located on the central strip. just after the paris casino was built next door ballys casino was renovated. there is now as passage way between ballys and paris. ballys will have lower table limits than it's more exclusive neighbors.

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    by lazyman_1 Written Jun 5, 2006

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    There was nothing especially appealing about the Bally's casino. It didn't appear to have a particular theme so in amongst the other huge resorts on the strip, Bally's to me, seemed a little plain and bland. it is connected to the Paris Casino which does have a little more flare in my eyes.

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