Host to a variety of comedy and musical shows throughout the year, the Jubilee! Theater is best known for putting on one of t... More
Host to a variety of comedy and musical shows throughout the year, the Jubilee! Theater is best known for putting on one of the longest running topless production shows in town, and one of the best. In the span of 90-minutes, you will be treated to nearly 100 performers wearing more than 1000 costumes during the show. Beautiful showgirls balance oversized headpieces gracefully to the delight of the audience. Dazzling special effects include "The Destruction of the Temple of Samson" and "The Sinking of the Titanic." The Jubilee! Theater is located in Bally's Casino Resort on the Strip. You must be 18 or older to attend. Bally's offer an ultimate backstage tour, where you will get to see how the entire show comes together with a few trade secrets thrown on the side for you.
This is a very classy hotel. It is not overly gaudy like many of the other hotels. Located in the middle of the strip, you can walk outside and see the fountains at Bellagio, etc. Also, it is directly connected to Paris, Las Vegas. You can enjoy all of the benefits of the Paris hotel without paying the premium.
The hotel was beautiful and the room was just as beautiful. The service and cleanliness of the room was excellent. The only drawback is there was no refrigerator in the room. Otherwise it was easy to get around without any problems.
Bally's was nicer than I expected for an older property on the strip. The room was clean and spacious and the services provided by the hotel were quite good.
Bally's has an excellent location especially if you do not mind walking just a little bit. Bally's is connected to Paris Hotel through a new mall walkway and is located directly across the street from Ceaser's and Bellagio.
I would stay there again.
This was my first trip to Las Vegas, so I wasn't quite sure what to expect. The staff was extremely courteous and friendly. The room was very comfortable; I could have lived there a while. Being located about 1/3 of the way up "the Strip", it was easy to walk to the other casinos and night spots. I believe I will be making my reservations at Bally's.
They need to privide non-smoking section for slot machines or other play areas and improve ventilation system. I had to move around frequently to avoid from the heavy smokers sitting beside of me, then ended up I spend my time in bally's sleeping only. I was staying in bally's last three trips to vegas but next time I will stay in an other hotel.