I give Ballys 5 STARS for CONSISTENCY!!!We are not big gamblers and we paid for our room. I start there as I think folks are more critical of things they pay for. We were in the Celebrity Suite in the Jubilee tower. Our room ranged from 145 to 400 bucks a night depending on the night. There was a lot going on in Vegas and we had really done our homework and found this was the best priced option for a suite. Our room was huge. 1700 square feet with a huge living room, kitchen type bar, half bath, huge bedroom with giant hot tub and walk in shower. It’s just gigantic, clean and designed for a party pad or family suite. We did tip for good customer service at the front desk at check in. We got in our utterly clean room early and opened the blinds to a perfect view of the fountains, Paris and the strip. Our room was clean, smoke free, comfy and our cleaning service was excellent each day.Things to know:The living room couch is 8 feet and easy to sleep on. There is plenty of floor space for kids to sleep on the floor. There is a second couch in bedroom. There are two fridges and a coffee maker. We used a car service from the airport, had a Walmart (by the airport) grocery order waiting when we landed so we swung by, picked up water, food etc and were in the room with all our stuff before lunch. The CVS in front of Ballys is expensive. There are a ton of 2 for 1 bars, cheap restaurants just a few moments walk from the jubilee tower, the front mall area between Bally’s and the strip. We didn’t end up needing much of what we brought. The poker room staff was beyond great. Professional, kind, fair and dealt with my drunken dumbness in a way that I appreciated. Bartenders at the front bar were awesome and chatty. Front desk was never a wait but I timed visits there for less popular times. Sports book is cool but in basement. !!bring a sound machine if you stay in Jubilee tower ...the fountains and nightclub are really loud. We found with a wave machine, the fans in the room on..masked it all and we slept like babies. The bed was comfy and linens crisp. The casino got Smokey at times. We are super sensitive and truly it was never bad enough that it bugged us. This suite was just so centrally located, the staff at Bally’s so consistently good, It’s my new fav Vegas hotel. We didn’t win but we really were impressed. I’ve been coming to Vegas 2-3 times a year for 30 years. I’ve stayed in suites all over the strip. At Bally’s you really get a great deal! It’s not modern or super luxurious but it’s clean, newly renovated and the most central spot you can get on the strip.