Bally’s Las Vegas has an abundance of revitalization efforts currently underway. On Wednesday, the resort officially celebrated the opening of its renovated 756-room Jubilee Tower, with regional president David Hoenemeyer and Jubilee! showgirls taking part in a ribbon-cutting ceremony. Following the event, the Jubilee! showgirls made themselves at home in the one of the new Jubilee Tower Celebrity Suites.
“It’s a new year and a great time to kick off this series of significant milestones,” said Hoenemeyer. “Bally’s is a key piece of real estate on the Las Vegas Strip and we are very excited for what’s in store this year.”
The Jubilee Tower rooms and suites encompass 450 square feet and offer unrivaled views of iconic Vegas landmarks, including the Paris Eiffel Tower and Bellagio Fountains. Modern designs meet stylish and contemporary furniture and fixtures, at a fraction of the price of comparable Strip accommodations. Rates start at $79 per night.
Also underway is the Grand Bazaar Shops at Bally’s, expected to open this fall. With construction in full effect, the outdoor shopping plaza will be situated on two acres, offering more than 150 shops and unique merchandise.
Indigo Lounge, a nightlife and entertainment venue designed and operated by nightlife icon Victor Drai, opened earlier this month, showcasing a socially inviting venue with plush furniture, live music and handcrafted cocktails.
A major transformation is also in store for the Strip’s longest running show, Jubilee!, which will be led by celebrity choreographer Frank Gatson Jr.
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