Bally’s Las Vegas is a Vegas legacy. Dating all the way back to 1973, when the resort first opened it was the original location of the MGM Grand. One of the first resort style hotel casinos in all of Vegas, the resort was bought by Bally’s in 1985, and the rest is history. Bally’s is an icon of oldschool Vegas classiness, known for the Sterling Brunch at the famous Bally’s Steakhouse, one of the oldest and most renowned restaurants on the Strip, Bally’s provides it’s guests of what made Vegas such a popular destination in the first place.
Once home to many shows by popular Las Vegas choreographer Donn Arden, the man known for creating the image of the Las Vegas Showgirls, Bally’s still runs performances of Donn Arden’s ‘Jubilee’, the best topless review in Las Vegas. Another option for exciting entertainment is The Price is Right Live, just like the TV show, go see a live showing of The Price is Right, and you may be selected as a contestant to win expensive, luxurious prizes. The Bally’s 67,000 square foot casino is unparalleled, featuring one of the best poker rooms on the strip. The Bally’s hotel rooms are spacious and comfortable, at over 450-square feet, their classic rooms are some of the biggest standard accommodations in Vegas.
The heated Blu Pool, surrounded by luscious palm trees and private cabanas, is a great place to escape during the day. You can also enjoy a day at the famous Bally’s spa and fitness center and pamper yourself before your big night out. Bally’s is also home to one of the only Tennis Centers on the strip; featuring 8 fully lit championship sized courts, a pro shop and lessons from past and present tennis pros, the Bally’s Tennis Center is a must for tennis players visiting Las Vegas.
Before heading out to party, grab a drink in Bally’s at the luxurious Indigo Lounge or go to Evening Call, a unique frozen cocktail bar and try some signature daiquiris like you’ve never had before: try the Jager Bomb or Straw Bama daiquiris for a delicious, refreshing, one-of-a-kind drink experience.
When people think of the Las Vegas strip, Bally’s comes to mind as one of the first icons of the current strip. This is why it’s been a setting for so many popular movies, including Honeymoon in Vegas, Leaving Las Vegas, and Indecent Proposal. Enjoy a slice of the classic Las Vegas lifestyle at Bally’s: play tennis, have a massage, enjoy an aged, slow-cooked prime rib dinner at one of the oldest steakhouses in town, see a live showgirl show, and enjoy a top shelf nightcap at one of Vegas’ most famous hangouts: Bally’s Las Vegas.