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They’re Here: Five Things We Love About Bally’s New Rooms

Last updated: May 18, 2018 at 3:59 pm. Posted by in Bally's Las Vegas, Las Vegas Hotels. 4 Comments on They’re Here: Five Things We Love About Bally’s New Rooms.

It’s time to get excited about Bally’s Las Vegas.

Bally’s Las Vegas spent a whopping $125 million in renovations, completing 2,052 guest rooms and suites in the hotel’s new Resort Tower. In addition to brand new, contemporary furniture and high-tech amenities, each of the renovated rooms have upgraded bathrooms with a rain shower head in glass-enclosed showers, as well as sinks complete with a back-lit mirror.

Let’s move on to what we love about the revamp, shall we?

1. The Rooms Are Bigger Than Most

Bally's new rooms - The Resort Room bigger than most rooms on the Vegas Strip

This new Resort Room has style written all over it. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

We can all use a bit more room, especially if we’re bringing more luggage to fit our splurges and souvenirs, right? Bally’s standard rooms measure about 450 square feet, which is 50-100 square feet more than average hotel rooms. The suites can measure more than 3,000 square feet if you upgrade to adjoining rooms.

2. The Technology Is On Point

Bally's Las Vegas new rooms - Technology is on point with bigger TVs and a charging station for your phone

This lamp has a USB port, making it easy to keep your phone charged — while you’re getting recharged yourself. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

OK, so just about every hotel room you stay in now has flat-screen TVs (Kids these days will never know the struggle of antennae “bunny ears” and four channels to choose from!). The Resort Room and Resort Studio Suites have 55-inch flat-screen TVs, while the bigger suites have 65-inch TVs.

Here’s another fun tech amenity: Each room has a USB charging station. Because let’s be real — you can’t go anywhere in Vegas without your smartphone fully charged and loaded.

3. The Unique Furnishings Are Worth All The Likes

The new rooms at Bally's Las Vegas furnishings speak for themselves - Got to check it out yourself

Can the Bally’s folks come decorate our crib? The Studio Suite inside Bally’s. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Go ahead – post one (or plenty) for the ‘Gram. The furniture here is really one of a kind. How often do you get to plop down on chocolate-colored sofas while admiring fashionable, geometric patterned wallpaper and bright red accents? This fun motif may even inspire you for future home projects. You never know.

4. The Resort Presidential Suite Is Like Whoa

Resort Presidential Suite inside Bally's Las Vegas - Admire the sights of the Las Vegas Strip

*Whistles.* What a view! Throw a Vegas hotel party in your suite and don’t forget to stop and admire the sights around you in this Resort Presidential Suite. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

If you’re going to splurge on your next Vegas trip, an upgraded suite should be at the top of your list. We’re in love with the Bally’s Las Vegas suites, especially this two-story, 890-square-foot Resort Presidential Suite. The downstairs has a decent-sized living room and a huge wet bar area. The upstairs has one bedroom and a balcony — the perfect vantage point to spy on your party. Another standout feature is the floor-to-ceiling windows. The suite comes with one bedroom, but feel free to bring your squad — you can upgrade up to four.

5. The Other Suites Are Spiffy Too

New Las Vegas suites at Bally's Las Vegas - Inside view of the Resort Premium Suite

The Resort Premium Suite is perfect for hosting parties, reunions, you name it. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

While the Resort Presidential suite is our absolute favorite, the other Bally’s suites are awesome too. The one-bedroom, 1,500-square-foot Resort Premium Suite has a unique soaking tub in the room, as well as a separate living and dining area and a large wet bar. There’s a total of three flat-screen TVs: one in the bedroom, another one in the living room (both 65 inches) and a 55-inch TV at the wet bar.

Bally's Resort Executive Suite.

Behind this fun soaking tub stands a rain shower stall, complete with doors on either side. Photo courtesy of Jeannie Garcia / Total Vegas Blog.

Even if you want something smaller, the 650-square-foot Resort Executive Suite has its soaking tub in the middle of the room, just steps away from the bed. That’s convenience you don’t come across every day.

With the hotel’s center Strip location and easy access to the Las Vegas Monorail line (the stop is by the Resort Tower), it makes staying here even more enticing.

Bally’s Gives Back

Here’s a people and planet-friendly tidbit: Caesars Entertainment made sure to put the old furniture to good use. The company donated most of it to charitable organizations. As part of the company’s Code Green initiative (which aims to reduce landfill waste by 50 percent by 2020), Caesars Entertainment donated more than 2,000 rooms’ worth of furniture from Bally’s Las Vegas, totaling more than $1.1 million in value. The items went to Habitat for Humanity Las Vegas, hurricane relief efforts in Houston and other non-profit organizations.

This year, Caesars Entertainment plans to renovate 3,735 rooms in Las Vegas, which will result in more than 15,500 renovated rooms since 2014. Caesars Entertainment’s total Vegas room inventory is around 23,150.

Book your new Bally’s Las Vegas room now.

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4 Responses

  1. Mona

    My husband and I have been goinf to Vegas for our Anniversary and his Birthday in the month of April and we go for my Birthday in the month of November we have been doing this for over 25years..Our 1st visit was at Mandalay Bay and headed down the strip we stayed at a few more Hotels but found Ballys one of the best.It is right on the street easy to get in and out..We found the staff to be one of the best and Valet also great..Ballys is the only place we stay at it has been over 25 years..

  2. Stephanie Quintanilla

    I live for Vegas! Rest & Relaxing in the hotel rooms is the absolute BEST!! Bally’s is the most accommodating hotel!!

  3. Deanna

    I choose to stay at ballys because it has a great location. It’s not too loud or too crowded. I enjoy lounging by the pool. The last time I went we got a renovated room and the bed and pillows were so comfortable, and I loved the walk in shower.

  4. Pearl stafford

    I have been staying at Bally s for as long as I can remember. When my husband was alive we went twice a year. I am 78 years old and absolutely love Ballys. I met who is now my resort host Rocky Tancredi probably over 29 years ago. He now my executive host. He is amazing. He is considerate and always makes an older woman’s stay comfortable. I go alone an feel completely safe. I love Ballys and Rocky. Unfortunately I can now only go once a year. I live in Florida and it’s a long trip. As long as my health holds ou I will continue to spend my one vacation a year at Ballys. Thank you for your wonderful Service