Bally’s Las Vegas


Overview: Bally’s sits on the Four Corners at Las Vegas Blvd and Flamingo. In 1996 Bally’s Entertainment Corporation was bought out by Hilton Hotels Corporation for $3 billion. Now, Bally’s is owned by Caesars Entertainment. But despite the changing of the guard, it still steadies on. Bally’s is often considered the affordable alternative for those wanting to be close to Paris and Bellagio. Sleep there, but eat and shop elsewhere. Still, no matter where you rest your head, Jubilee! is not to be missed. It’s a walk backwards in time to old Vegas, when the dancers wore more beads and feathers than a Southwestern swap meet.

Price Range: Upper budget

Shows: Jubilee!

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Bars/Clubs: Tequila Bar, Indigo Lounge
Restaurants: Sterling Brunch, Big Kitchen Buffet, Al Dente, Steakhouse, Chang’s

Known for….Location, location, location! Bally’s is one of the more affordable hotel/casinos on the Four Corners.

The one thing…This is a stop on the Monorail line. If you’re traveling by the Monorail, this is a good stop for getting to the Four Corners….And fast! It sure beats walking in the middle of summer.

Bally’s Las Vegas

3645 Las Vegas Blvd S
Las Vegas NV 89109
702.739.4111
800.634.3434