The Magic Attic at Bally’s Las Vegas

Bally’s Las Vegas (formerly MGM Grand Hotel and Casino) is a casino hotel on the Las Vegas Strip in Paradise, Nevada. It is owned and operated by Caesars Entertainment. It originally opened as the MGM Grand Hotel on December 4, 1973. The 26-story hotel contained 2,100 rooms, and was among the world’s largest hotels.
On November 21, 1980, the MGM Grand was the site of one of the worst high-rise fires in United States history, in which 85 people died. The MGM Grand was rebuilt at a cost of $50 million, and eventually reopened on July 29, 1981, with new fire safety features in place. Another 26-story tower opened later that year, adding more than 700 rooms. The resort has a total of 2,812 rooms, and the casino is 68,375 sq ft (6,352.2 m2).

ALL GUESTS

  • Parking at Las Vegas properties is free for Caesars Rewards members at the Diamond, Platinum and Seven Stars levels.
  • For a convenient and easy exit from parking facilities, keep your parking ticket with you and pay at a kiosk before returning to your vehicle.

REGISTERED HOTEL GUESTS

  • Self-parking includes in-and-out access at any Caesars Entertainment self-parking facility (subject to availability).
  • Valet parking fees may be charged to your room bill.
  • You will use your room key to access all Caesars Entertainment property self-parking facilities.

CAESARS REWARDS MEMBERS

  • Self-parking and valet is complimentary for Caesars Rewards members at the Platinum, Diamond and Seven Stars® levels. Valet for Platinum Members will only be available in select markets.
  • If you are at a qualifying level, you will use your Caesars Rewards card to access free valet and self-parking.
  • Caesars Rewards card must be present at time of transaction.