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Secrets Of Bally’s Las Vegas

Last updated: November 19, 2019 at 11:04 am. Posted by in Bally's Las Vegas, Las Vegas Hotels. 1 Comment on Secrets Of Bally’s Las Vegas.

Bally’s Las Vegas is a classic hotel and casino that sits right in the middle of all the action in the center of the Strip.

The resort boasts a variety of restaurants, great shopping and entertainment. It’s also conveniently connected to its neighbor, Paris Las Vegas, making it easy to enjoy the perks of that hotel as well.

Bally’s Las Vegas: Things You May Not Know

While you might already know all of those things about the hotel, there are also a few more amenities that you might not be familiar with. Here are some secrets of Bally’s:

Bally's Las Vegas boasts the only tennis courts on the Strip.

Bally’s boasts the only tennis courts on the Strip. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Tennis courts

Want to practice your backhand while you’re on vacation in Vegas? Bally’s is home to the only tennis complex on the Strip.

The hotel features eight courts that are fully lighted, so you can play day or night. If you need some help with your swing, you can sign up for private or group tennis lessons. Bally’s has experienced instructors like former ATP Tour pro David Pate available. Two-hour clinics are offered daily from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m., as well as Tuesdays at 6:30 p.m.

Bally’s Las Vegas tennis complex also includes a full-service pro shop offering men’s and women’s apparel, rackets, balls and shoes.

The Olympic-size pool at Bally's Las Vegas

The Olympic-size pool at Bally’s. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Blu Pool

A lot of pools in Vegas are meant for just taking a quick dip or are used mainly for dayclub pool parties. If you’re looking for a place to swim your laps, Bally’s has an Olympic-size pool that is 12 feet deep – one of the only pools on the Strip that actually has a deep end.

The pool area is surrounded by lush palm trees and it features private cabanas complete with TVs, refrigerators, phones and other special features.

Twilight Zone by Monster Mini Golf at Bally's Las Vegas

Twilight Zone by Monster Mini Golf. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Twilight Zone By Monster Mini Golf

If you’re looking for a fun family attraction while you’re in Vegas, head downstairs at Bally’s and you’ll find a hidden gem — the glow-in-the-dark Twilight Zone by Monster Mini Golf 18-hole miniature golf course.

You’ll see fun out-of-this-world props inspired by the Twilight Zone TV show, cool artwork and even an on-course DJ playing music while you golf.

The attraction also features arcade games, bowling lanes, a gift shop and even a Syfy Wedding Chapel.

Real Bodies exhibit at Bally's Las Vegas

Real Bodies at Ballys. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Real Bodies

Want some education in your Vegas vacation? Bally’s is home to the REAL BODIES exhibit that uses real human specimens to explore the complex inner workings of the human body.

The exhibit showcases system by system, what goes on inside the human body in an approachable and fascinating way.

Sterling Brunch at Bally's Las Vegas

The Sterling Brunch at Bally’s Las Vegas. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Sterling Brunch

BLT Steak is a steakhouse that’s open for dinner nightly, but on Sundays the restaurant transforms into the famous Sterling Brunch, which has been wowing Vegas visitors for more than 30 years.

The buffet features top-of-the-line food like Alaskan king crab legs, lamb, lobster tails, prime rib, sushi, truffle mashed potatoes, banana bread French toast and more. And bonus – you get endless pours of Nicolas Feuillatte Champagne.

In addition to the buffet line, you can also order dishes from your server including lobster bisque, eggs Benedict and Belgian waffles.

Xavier Mortimer performs at Bally's Las Vegas

Xavier Mortimer’s magic show. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

the Magic Attic

If you’re a magic fan, you might want to check out The Magic Attic, which was recently unveiled at Bally’s. The venue, located on the mezzanine level of Bally’s Las Vegas, was previously named Windows Showroom.

The idea behind The Magic Attic is to provide a space that celebrates magic.

The 3,685-square-foot showroom offers an intimate entertainment experience for audiences and an ideal space for magical productions and illusionists. Currently, The Magic Attic is home to Xavier Mortimer’s Magical Dream, Paranormal Mind Reading Magic and Potted Potter.

The Miss Behave Game Show at Bally's Las Vegas

Have fun at The Miss Behave Game Show. Courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

The Miss Behave Game Show

For a fun, interactive show that’s not for the faint of heart, check out The Miss Behave Game Show in The Back Room at Bally’s, an intimate cabaret-style showroom.

Your hostess, Miss Behave, divides the audience into two teams for a series of games. Many of these challenges involve using your cellphone and the teams are made up of iPhone users and “others.”

The games are kind of goofy, sometimes raunchy and always fun. Points are awarded and some games come with prizes.

Presidential Suite at Bally's Las Vegas

Presidential Suite at Bally’s Las Vegas. Photo by Claudio Rangel / Caesars Entertainment.

Renovated rooms

You can stay in style at Bally’s. Last year, the hotel was given a $125 million makeover in its Resort Tower. More than 2,000 guest rooms and Vegas suites were outfitted with new, contemporary furniture, high-tech amenities and upgraded bathrooms with a rain shower head in glass-enclosed showers, as well as sinks complete with a back-lit mirror.

We especially like the swanky Resort Presidential Suite, which features two stories and huge floor-to-ceiling windows.

The Grand Bazaar Shops at Bally's Las Vegas.

The Grand Bazaar Shops at Bally’s Las Vegas. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Grand Bazaar Shops

If you visit Bally’s, be sure to venture out in front of the property to visit the Grand Bazaar Shops. You can stroll through dozens of unique shops and restaurants including the famous Chicago pizzeria Giordano’s and the celebrity burger joint Wahlburgers.

Check out more Las Vegas attractions and amenities that you may not already know about on the Strip.

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Kristine came to Las Vegas more than 20 years ago to escape the frigid weather of Minnesota. Now she soaks up the sun while covering all things Vegas from dining to nightlife to hotels. She has written for the Las Vegas Review-Journal and When she’s not scouring the Strip for stories you can usually find her at a concert, enjoying a nice glass of wine or binge-watching Netflix and HBO.

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  1. Mona Biggers

    I have been staying at Ballys for about 15 years.We have stayed at others but found Ballys to be the best..It is right in the middle of the strip we can walk to the mall go out to eat and visit other casinos (only play @ Ballys). If we need to take our car out the Valet at Ballys is convenient and the employees are eonderful..The staff in the hotel they are wonderful too they do not make you feel like you are bothering them..I can not wait until 2020 and my husband and I can celebrate at Ballys..