Bally's Las Vegas unveiled plans to renovate and rename its existing South tower to the all‐new Jubilee Tower, named after the property's iconic show, Jubilee!, which celebrates its 32nd anniversary this summer, making it the longest‐running show in Las Vegas. Renovations will include 756 remodeled hotel rooms and suites, scheduled to open later this summer.
According to a company press release, the fresh, new Jubilee Tower accommodations will encompass 450 square feet of living space with chic lounge furniture yielding a stylistic and welcoming atmosphere. Juxtaposed geometric patterns will create a contemporary feel, set with neutral tones and striking pops of red visible throughout decorative accents and fashionable wall coverings. Dark wood furnishings, a work desk and a 37‐inch flat screen television will complete the space. Each room will also come equipped with a refrigerator and redesigned bathrooms that will feature spacious glass‐enclosed showers.
A total of 121 remodeled one‐ and two‐bedroom suites will span 800 to 1,600 square feet, each which will feature a separate living and dining room, bar, ample workspace and a master bedroom retreat with an oversized, central whirlpool bathtub.
Redesigned common areas will include refurbished corridors and elevator lobbies that will incorporate the signature geometric patterned carpets, updated wall coverings and modern light fixtures.
“The Jubilee Tower is just one of the new and exciting additions taking place at Bally's Las Vegas,” said Steve Opdyke, vice president of hotel operations. “We're thrilled to be offering our guests fresh, new accommodations and lively additions to entertainment and nightlife right in the heart of the Strip at Bally's marquee location.”