The new Jubilee Tower guest rooms at Bally's Las Vegas — Photo courtesy of Bally's Las VegasGuests searching for luxurious accommodations in Las Vegas without breaking the bank needn’t look any further than the newly redesigned rooms at Bally’s Las Vegas.
Located in the Jubilee Tower (previously known as the resort’s South Tower), the 756 rooms first opened to guests in September and were designed by Cagley & Tanner, the same firm that designed the award-winning Flamingo Go Rooms. Boasting unparalleled views of the Las Vegas Strip and 450 square feet of living space–ranked among the most spacious standard rooms on the Strip–the rooms include many upgraded features, including a 37-inch flat-screen television, porcelain-tiled glass shower and refrigerator. The main focal point of each room is the bed, which features a tufted-leather headboard. Chic ultramodern furniture and geometric patterns create a contemporary feel, with a color palette of neutral tones and striking pops of red in decorative touches and wall coverings. After all, as Chris Snow, director of hotel operations at Bally’s Las Vegas, pointed out, “What showgirl would be seen without an accent of bright red lipstick?”
Renovations on the rooms, which were last remodeled in 1995, began on June 3. The resort is currently in the process of redesigning the one- and two-bedroom suites in the Jubilee Tower as well, which will be available by the end of 2013. Spanning from 800 to 1,600 square feet, the largest suites will feature separate living and dining rooms, a bar and an oversized whirlpool bathtub. The guest elevators in the Jubilee Tower are also being modernized in order to “capture the design of the guest rooms and corridors.”
The Jubilee Tower guest rooms at Bally's Las Vegas include rooms with two queen-sized beds — Photo courtesy of Bally's Las VegasRates for a guest room inside the Jubilee Tower begin at just $99 per night–a $40 premium over the North Tower guest rooms. Plans are currently being discussed to renovate the resort’s other rooms as well, but have not been finalized.