Bally's Hotel and Casino - Las Vegas Information Review
Posted by Las Vegas on August 16th, 2010
Bally?s is situated at the bridge between old and new Vegas on the Las Vegas Strip and offers class and ease because of its central location wit totally well-suited superb services. Very tall neon columns, 200-foot people movers and flowing fountains lure guests inside the hotel-casino.
Dining of the hotel is always full of crowd, meeting, shopping and entertainment options, all the things will amaze you. Any type of tourists whether they are on business trip or visiting just for fun will defiantly find some best luxurious and comfortable accommodations for them. Hotel has a lobby where guests can easily fulfill their needs, from picking tickets, making reservations etc.
In hotel at 67,000 sq. feet, the casino has all what you want to see with more than 1,500 slots, video poker machines and table games. For slots fans there is also a high limit slot area with the world?s first $1,000 slots, a keno lounge and a non-smoking 10-table poker room. There is also a mall for those who want to shop different items, like bars, eatables, etc that is located on the floor below the casino.
The most famous fine dinning options at Bally?s the gourmet Bally's Steakhouse that is located in a lobby just off the casino floor, providing an enticing and soothing restaurant row. While in evening you can enjoy both the intimate Indigo Lounge and Mexican-style cantina Tequila Bar with soft live music.
Those people who wish to be relaxed will definitely the calm Spa at Bally?s, a pool complex, a gum and a salon. The pools include a jumbo whirlpool spa, heated pool, hush-hush bathhouses and championship tennis courts.
This hotel is spread in the area more than 175,000 sq. feet of gathering space and you can also have an easy access to several Internet stations via the property. Bally's is considered as the ideal location for business-minded guests.
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