Bally’s Las Vegas has been a fixture on the strip for ages. Built in 1973 as the original MGM Grand by Kirk Kerkorian, it later changed ownership to the Ballys group in the Mid 80’s. Eventually the Bally’s group became Caesar’s Entertainment through mergers and acquisitions. The resort has been remodeled a number of times since its inception, including after an unfortunate fire that happened 1980. Bally’s is located on prime real estate center strip. Scroll to view map, our likes and dislikes, and a list of all restaurants and bars in Bally’s. It’s loyalty club is Caesar’s Total Rewards.

Things we like about Bally’s

  • Champagne Brunch - Arguably the best all you can eat brunch buffet on the strip; lobster, fillet mignon, Perrier-Jouët Champagne

  • Location - Center Strip

  • Newly Remodeled and Reasonably Priced rooms

  • CVS - located street side

  • Low Minimums on Table Games - Gambling Value

  • Deep Pool - 12 feet deep, a rarity on the strip

  • Tennis Courts - Another rarity on the strip

things we dislike about bally’s

  • Bazaar Shops - Distracting from overall resort, bizarre indeed

  • Dated Design - Even though there’s been remodels

  • Lack Luster Food offerings

  • Nothing bringing you into the resort (see bullet one of this list)

To find out more about Bally’s Las Vegas history visit its wikipedia page.


List of all restaurants and Bars in Bally’s Las Vegas