Bill's Gamblin' Hall and Saloon
Here is a
reasonably priced hotel in a great location.
Imagine an intersection with Caesars Palace on
one corner, Bally’s on the other, the Bellagio
on the 3rd corner and Bills Gamblin’ Hall on the
It is a small hotel by Las Vegas standards, only
197 rooms including a dozen
suites. But you get the warmth and personal
service that only a small hotel can give. One
New York paper called it, “Their favorite
affordable hotel.” Even though it is missing
some frills, such as a fitness center, the hotel
has some very nice features. They are: nice
rooms, a great casino, great restaurants, a
night-club that is a real "in"
spot and location, location, location.
Bills Gamblin’ Hall and Saloon used to be
the Barbary Coast Hotel.
Bill's Gamblin' Hall and Saloon's Location: On The Strip, Las Vegas
stands on the northeast side of the Four Corners (the Las Vegas Strip and Flamingo Road). Caesars Palace, the Flamingo Hilton, the Bellagio, Ballys, and Paris Las Vegas are all a short walk away. Inside, stained glass windows and chandeliers accent Victorian-style
décor. Casino gaming choices include 680 slot machines, video poker machines, 38 gaming tables, and a Sport Book which is the original home of the Ties Win parlay carddrinks are complimentary. Three restaurants are also onsite, and an adjacent parking garage accommodates both valet parking and self-parking (up to 500 cars).
The hotel offers typical guest services, laundry
services, luggage service, and safe deposit box.
maid service and wake-up calls.
The cozy casino, although not gargantuan in size, has your game! With almost 700 slots and video poker machines, many table games, including Roulette, Blackjack, Craps, and Pai Gow Poker, you won't lack for anything in this fine casino. When you're in the mood for dancing late into the night, you will find Drai's, with its excellent after-dinner DJs, to be a great venue.
Insider tip: Bill's Gamblin' Hall and Saloon is very popular with guests on a budget, especially young couples. But don't let the hotel's rates fool you -- you will find everything that many larger resorts offer, plus a whole lot of personalized service.
The 30,000 square foot casino is light, bright
and full of energy. It has almost any table game
you can think of...
This includes Blackjack, Craps, Roulette, Poker,
Big six, 3 card poker, Let it Ride, Texas hold’
em and Fortune pai gow
The casino has a special poker room the offers
special prizes. You will also find 650 slots in
the Casino. There is a sports book with 40 large
screen 42 inch televisions and 2 six foot by six
Dining at The Bill's Gamblin' Hall and Saloon
Steakhouse at Bill’s:
is an up-scale restaurant. Reservations are
required. Only evening service is available. The
menu offers steaks, seafood, chops, chicken and
pastas. There is also a desert menu that will
try and probably defeat any dieting will power
you may have. Service in this restaurant is
The Victorian Room:
restaurant is open 24 hours a day. It is warm,
friendly and inexpensive. A prime rib dinner or
New York Steak is $14.95. They have a wide
variety of menu items including Chinese food
specialties. The restaurant maintains good but
inexpensive breakfast, lunch and dinner menus.
Rooms at Bill's Gamblin' Hall and Saloon Hotel
This hotel offers 200 guestrooms. Rooms offer views of the center Las Vegas Strip and are decorated with Victorian wallpaper and paintings, floral carpeting, etched mirrors, and lace curtains. Bathrooms have stained glass windows and tub/shower combinations. Amenities include pay movies, climate control, and voice mail.
These rooms come with twin queen size beds.
There is a nice view of the Las Vegas Strip. The
room has a 42 inch plasma television. Each room
has a jack to plug in for
high-speed internet access. There
is a charge for this. Additionally each room has
a safe and refrigerator. The rooms are of a good
size and have a traditional Victorian décor.
This room comes with one king size bed. It also
comes with a very nice view of the Las Vegas
Strip. You will find a 42 inch plasma
television. There is also a safe and
refrigerator in the room. The rooms while not
ultra large are of a good size. Their décor is
traditional Victorian and well kept up.
These suites come in either one or two bedroom
layouts. They are an affordable luxury. Some
have Jacuzzi tubs and others great views of the
Las Vegas Strip. They are equipped with high
definition television. The décor in these suites
in contrast to the traditional Victorian found
in the rooms is modern with an oriental flavor.
It is pleasant and comfortable.
Entertainment at Bill's Gamblin' Hall and Saloon
This club is
one of the hottest after-hour places in Las
Vegas. It’s open Thursday through Sunday. You
will find a great selection of wines and
champagnes. Think of this club as an after-hours
speak easy. A very hip resident DJ provides the
music. The dress code is strictly enforced. No
hats, tennis shoes or baggy jeans. It opens
about 1 am.
lounge is playful and a fun place to be. It has
live musical entertainment. The entertainment is
provided by one of the best Elvis entertainers
in the business. His name is Pete Vallee. He
interacts with the audience and will sing your
request. You would swear that you’re listening
to the real Elvis.
Karaoke at Bill's:
Sunday - Tuesday, 8 pm - 2 am.