The Resort Tower at Bally's Las Vegas refresh is now complete to the tune of a $125 million renovation of its main hotel tower, including 2,052 rooms and suites.
Guests can look for a variety of changes including new furniture, dark wood tones with bursts of red, geometric wall patterns, USB charging stations and glass-enclosed showers to a variety of room types, including the 440-square-foot Resort room and Studio, Executive, Premium and Presidential suites.
The remainder of Bally's 2,800-room inventory, in the Jubilee Tower, was renovated in 2014. Caesars has now updated roughly 15,500 rooms, about 67 percent of its total Vegas inventory, since 2014.
Caesars Entertainment, the Bally’s owner, donated the used furniture to Habitat for Humanity Las Vegas, hurricane relief groups in Houston and other nonprofit organizations.