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Bally’s Hotel & Casino is one of the Las Vegas Strip’s original casinos with their timeless Jubilee showgirl venue that remains a favorite to this day. Having undergone several facelifts and renovations in the course of its existence, Bally’s Hotel & Casino managed to keep its classic style while modernizing its appearance.
Jubilee, one of the longest-running shows on the Las Vegas Strip, is a sensational topless revue that has kept its audiences dazzled by the costume adornments, storyline, and of course the beautiful, long-legged performers for over 25 years. Now Bally’s offers a backstage tour where guests can gain an inside view on this legendary Vegas show.
Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding is a New York show featured at Bally’s Las Vegas that allows guest interaction and participation, making it a celebration-worthy experience all around. Just married couples and bachelorettes get free admission to this Las Vegas show!
While dining at Bally’s, a classic choice for Las Vegas cuisine is Bally’s Steakhouse, decorated like an English hunt club, it is a historic Vegas Strip restaurant. Other dining options include Ichiban Sushi, Sea: the Thai Experience, and their popular Sterling Brunch buffet.
Liven up an evening with live music at the Indigo Lounge, another classic Vegas spot inside Bally’s. The Tequila Bar and Grill is another Bally’s favorite with over 60 tequilas to choose from while enjoying a bite to eat. For an extended selection of draft beer, check out Sully’s Bar, a tasteful open-air bar. Drai’s After Hours is a nightclub hotspot on the Las Vegas Strip, with music and a full selection of champagne, wine, and cigars for the aficionados in the group.
For the relaxing side of Bally’s, plan a trip to the spa, salon, or pool. Bally’s outdoor pool, the Blu Pool, is a heated pool in a lush environment with options for privacy in their secluded cabanas. Even a workout can be refreshing at Bally’s. They have a fitness center and championship-size tennis courts.
Drai’s is the best spot in town for after hours. Las Vegas boasts some of the most lavish nightclubs in the country. Between the Cirque du Soleil performers doing acrobatic tricks above your head as you dance the night away at Light inside the Mandalay Bay, the electronic megastars like Tiesto and Deadmau5 at Hakkasan inside the MGM Grand, and the sheer magnitude of massive multilevel nightclubs like Marquee inside the Cosmopolitan Hotel, there are plenty of options on where to begin an amazing night out. But just when the party starts to warm up, before you know it, it seems like the DJ is already starting to play his last set. Despite the plethora of nightclubs on the Las Vegas Strip, there is truly only one place to go for afterhours, a nightclub dedicated exclusively to late night parties, and that’s Drai’s Afterhours inside the Ballys Hotel and Casino.