Ballys Las Vegas will be closed for 127 days and will officially resume operations on the Las Vegas Strip on Thursday, July 23rd at 10am. The hotel, the Blu Pool and a selection of restaurants will reopen.
If you adhere to the current security protocols that Caesars Entertainment has put in place across the city and limit the number of hotel guests, the resort guests can go to the Burger Brasserie, Bucca di Beppo, Bally’s Food Court, LaVazza Coffee Shop and the Mexican Return Menu at Tequila Taqueria Bar & Grill.
Still missing from the reopening list are BLT Steak, the famous Sterling Brunch and Nobu. The Japanese restaurant temporarily moved to Bally in February, waiting for the Virgin Hotel to debut on the East Side later that year. The restaurant can return to its original home on the corner of Harmon and Paradise Streets.
The bars Sully’s, Shiver and Lobby as well as the converted Indigo Lounge with a wide view of the casino floor are also open. Back in January, an estimated budget of $ 343,566 was allocated to overhaul the 1,142-square-foot lounge, which was originally designed for nightly live entertainment.
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