Bally’s Las Vegas Reveals New Resort Tower Renovations

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Caesars Entertainment is in the middle of a multi-year renovation project that’s upgrading most of their hotel rooms in Las Vegas. The latest hotel room renovation for Caesars Entertainment to finish is at Bally’s Las Vegas. All 2,052 guest rooms and suites in the Resort Tower have seen a renovation. Almost every room at Bally’s has been renovated in the past four years when you include the still relatively new Jubilee Tower.

The Resort Tower rooms start at 440 square feet while suites at Bally’s are as large as 3,000 square feet. The design of the Bally’s Resort Tower rooms features neutral, dark wood tones and pops of red throughout the rooms and suites. Decorative accents in the new room include fashionable wall coverings with various geometric patterns that create a contemporary feel.

As with most hotel room renovations today, Bally’s has added USB charging stations for mobile devices. The bathrooms have also been redesigned and feature large glass-enclosed showers.

The Resort Tower features five different types of hotel rooms:

Resort Room: The entry-level room in this tower is more than 440 square feet. The room can have one king or two queen pillowtop beds. The room features chocolate brown lounge furniture, a 55-inch flat-screen TV. The upgraded bathroom has a backlit mirror and rain shower.

Resort Studio Suite: The new 590 square foot Resort Studio Suite has one king or two queen pillowtop beds. The room includes a wet bar, an additional sitting area, a 55-inch flat-screen TV and an upgraded bathroom.

Resort Executive Suite: This suite is 650 square feet and only comes with one king pillowtop bed. The room has a comfortable living area and 65-inch flat-screen TV. Reminiscent of rooms in the 1980’s, this suite has a soaking tub located in the middle of the room. The tub is just a few steps away from the bed. The redesigned bathroom also features a free-standing shower and two vanities with sinks.

Resort Premium Suite: The one-bedroom, 1,500-square-foot Resort Premium Suite features one king pillowtop bed. There is a soaking tub in the room and an upgraded bathroom and a 65-inch flat-screen TV. This two room suite has a separate living room offers a second 65-inch flat-screen TV, ample lounge seating, a six-seat dining table and a large wet bar with seating around an additional 55-inch flat-screen TV.

Resort Presidential Suite: The new two-story Resort Presidential Suite features a staircase leading to a secluded bedroom with a balcony and floor-to-ceiling windows. The 890-square-foot, one-bedroom suite includes a wet bar, a dining area and a living room on the first floor, along with the option to upgrade to up to four bedrooms.