Bally’s Las Vegas to Renovate South Tower Rooms
This blog loves it some Vegas newness, so we’re pleased to hear Bally’s Las Vegas has announced plans to renovate 756 rooms in its popular south tower.
The tower will be renamed the Jubilee Tower, after the hotel’s quintessential Sin City show of the same name. (To be specific, the show is called “Jubilee!” Please try and keep up.)
Here’s what the new rooms will look like.
The bulk of the renovated rooms will span 450 square feet and feature geometric patterns, neutral tones and red highlights in its wall coverings and other decorative touches. The rooms will also have dark wood furnishings, a work desk and 37-inch flat-screen TVs. The bathrooms will also be redesigned.
About 120 one- and two-bedroom suites will also be renovated, ranging from 800 to 1,600 square feet, each with a separate living and dining room, as well as an over-sized whirlpool bathtub. Which is something this blog has volunteered to test out as soon as possible.
There’s a lot going on at Bally’s Las Vegas! Véronic Voices just joined the entertainment line-up, and “Jubilee!” continues its reign as the longest-running show in Las Vegas. “Jubilee!” celebrates its 32nd anniversary this summer.
Also new at Bally’s is Drai’s After Hours, the club formerly at the now-closed Bill’s Gamblin’ Hall & Saloon.
Reservations for the newly-renovated Jubilee Tower rooms can be made now, but the renovations will be complete later this summer. Jubilee Tower rates will start at $99. Go get one, already.