Bill's Gambling Hall is old school, it’s small, old and smoky. With less than two hundred rooms the Bill's Gambling Hall and Saloon is a speck of desert compared to its neighbors. However, the atmosphere is all Las Vegas. If you seek the feeling of what the city was once like you get a tiny taste of it right in the center of the Las Vegas Strip.
Bill's Gambling Hall is old school, it’s small, old and smoky. With less than two hundred rooms the Bill's Gambling Hall and Saloon is a speck of desert compared to its neighbors. Located on the corner that houses Caesars Palace, Bellagio and Bally’s, the hotel can boast some expensive real estate. It also has the hottest after hours Club in town, Drais.
What you might like at Bill's Gambling Hall and Saloon:
The small casino and hotel feel of Bill's Gambling Hall and Saloon is perfect for those visitors who long for old Las Vegas. Lower limits on the tables tend to make gambling here a bit more enjoyable although a bit cramped. The Hotel rooms at Bill's Gambling Hall and Saloon are cheap and the convenience of being at the center of all the action cannot be beat. Researching Hotels in Las Vegas? TripAdvisor has plenty of user submissions to help you narrow down your choice. Just remember, sometimes people are more apt to talk about the negative than the positive. What you might not like at Bill's Gambling Hall and Saloon:
A very smoky casino is a real drawback to gambling at the Bill's. This place was built long before the high ceilings and powerful forced air systems that the big resorts have. The rooms are dated and look worn but they are a decent size.
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Have a late night meal at the Victorian room and then head to Drais, don't be put off by the line, stick around and walk out when the sun comes up. Drai's is the place to be after 3 a.m.
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3595 Las Vegas Blvd. South
Las Vegas, NV 89109
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Rooms at Bill's Gambling Hall and Saloon: They have less than 200 rooms and you can sometimes find them for as little as $35 per night. It’s rare but it happens. Décor is shabby and the corridors look scary but you’re right on the strip for a very good price
Restaurants at the Bill's Gambling Hall:., Restaurants, Victorian Room, Drai's,
Nightclubs, Lounges and Bars: Drai's, after-hours club, two bars and a lounge
Wedding Chapel: no. Wedding Resources
Shopping:, Shopping Resources A gift shop
Casino/Sports Book: Yes