The largest hotel in Vegas when it opened, Bally's has been pleasing guests since 1973. Try your luck at the recently remodeled casino, featuring everything from the latest games to classics. Guests have the chance to win fabulous prizes and even a brand new car on The Price Is Right Live Stage Show. The hotel is home to the only showgirl revue in Las Vegas – Donn Arden’s Jubilee! Bally's also boasts of the largest tennis complex on The Strip, which also offers classes by former ATP pro David Pate. After experiencing the Vegas nightlife, spend a day relaxing at the Spa, which features among other things a Eucalyptus steam room, 18 treatment rooms and multiple hot tubs, or enjoy a taste of Vegas every Sunday at the extravagant Sterling Brunch. At Bally's Las Vegas Hotel & Casino you are never too far from the best in dining, gaming or nightlife.
Jubilee will temporarily close from January 30, 2014 to undergo major transformation. The show will reopen in March 2014.
Specializes in short-order snacks, including hot dogs, subs, deli sandwiches and hamburgers.
If you are looking for a diverse dining experience, this 25 years running Sterling Brunch serves Sturgeon caviar and lobster as well as freshly prepared sushi.
Featuring both thin and stuffed crust pizza, Sbarro also offers other Italian dishes.
The restaurant features lasagna, spaghetti Bolognese, capellini with lobster tails and many others. Italian desserts, coffees and a full range of imported European wines are available for any meal.
Offering full selections of coffee, drips and decafs, lattes and blendeds, Java Coast also offers for non-caffeinated, with juices, soft drinks and fruit smoothies while pastries are freshly made daily.
This a 24-hour diner featuring favorite American dishes, including tuna melts, steak, pie and coffee!
Offering a selection of bagel and croissant breakfast sandwiches or a breakfast pastry and coffee, Nosh also features a wide selection of made-to-order sandwiches, hot dogs, salads and tasty desserts.
You will experience the real Japanese tradition here with the rotating sushi bar and traditional table seating. Popular Japanese dishes including Soba and Udon noodles are also available.
Decorated in a New England-style, this steakhouse is one of the oldest on the Strip. Favorite dishes like aged prime rib, bone-in sirloin steak and Chilean sea bass are well-prepared by the national chefs.