Bally’s Las Vegas Restaurants

Last Updated on November 13, 2022

Bally’s Las Vegas Hotel & Casino, which shares parking facilities with Paris Las Vegas, another Caesars Entertainment property, has convenient and secure parking for its hotel guests and visitors to the Las Vegas Strip. 

Let’s look at the Ballys parking setup, including self and valet parking fees, parking policies and logistics, oversized vehicle options, and even free parking!

Bally’s Valet Parking

The Balley’s valet parking can be found at the main entrance, which is where you will drop off and pick up your vehicle using your valet ticket. 

Registered hotel guests get in and out privileges for valet parking, while non-guests must pay the valet parking fee each time. Non-guests should consider using the self-parking option instead.

If you are a hotel guest, your valet parking fees will be charged to your room bill, but others will be asked to use one of the kiosks. Keep in mind that gratuities cannot be charged on the machine and must be given in cash. There is also no grace period with valet, so keep track of the time if you are on a budget.

Day of the Week


Price

Mon - Wed

$36

Thurs - Sun

$40

The easiest way to get there is by using Flamingo Road and then staying in the left lane. Signs along the way will guide you directly to the valet parking area. 

However, you can also turn into the designated Bally’s entrance and follow signs past Paris Las Vegas to access the valet parking directly from Las Vegas Boulevard. 

Bally’s Parking Garage

The Bally’s Las Vegas self parking garage is seven stories, offering plenty of parking space for those staying at both Bally’s Hotel and Paris Las Vegas, which are the two buildings that are physically connected. Keep in mind that it is a quarter-mile walk to the hotel registration desk from the garage.

After paying the self-park fee, hotel guests can use their hotel room key to access the parking garage. Non-guests will need to use the pay-on-foot kiosk to pay the self-parking fees.

The kiosks will give you a ticket that marks when you check in to self-park. You’ll want to keep track of it to pay when you are done. If you happen to lose your ticket, hit the call button on the kiosk, and a parking attendant will help you out. 

Also, note that for those with electric vehicles, there are four electric charging stations in the garage. Considering that this is Las Vegas, these stations can be taken quickly. If you do use one, please remember to be courteous to other guests and move your vehicle once it’s done charging.

You can access the parking garage from two entrances on Las Vegas Boulevard and one on East Flamingo Road. Using the Flamingo Road entrance is a great way to avoid the Strip traffic and also offers a convenient and easy exit, especially during peak times. 

The Las Vegas Boulevard entrances are on the northbound side. The first is an unmarked lane immediately after Paris Las Vegas, while the other is marketed as the official Bally’s Hotel entrance. 

Bally’s Parking Fees

Compared to other properties on the Las Vegas Strip, the parking fees at Bally’s are mid-range. It is not the most expensive parking on Las Vegas Blvd., but it is also not the least expensive.

The fees depend on whether you do self-parking or valet, as well as other factors like special events or holidays, and are charged based on time. Self-parking fees for Bally’s garage should be paid at one of the self-serve kiosks.

Keep in mind if you are staying at the hotel, these fees are in addition to the resort fee to use the rest of the facilities. These tables below lay out the self-park fees for you so you can easily estimate how much the parking will cost. 


Parking Time

Price (Mon - Thu)

First Hour

Free

1 to 3 Hours

$15

3 to 24 Hours

$18

Each Additional Day

$18/Day


Parking Time


Price (Fri - Sun)

First Hour

Free

1 – 24 Hours

$23

Each Additional Day

$23

Bally’s Hotel Guests

$18

Free Parking

Free Parking at Bally’s
Photo Credit: www.bestparking.com

There are three ways to get parking free at Bally’s Las Vegas. First, like many properties on the Las Vegas Strip, self-parking is free for the first hour. 

Caesars Rewards at Ballys Las Vegas

Additionally, Caesars Rewards Platinum, Diamond, and Seven Star members of the Caesars Rewards program receive free self-parking and valet at all Las Vegas Caesars entertainment properties, including Bally’s. Caesars Rewards members can insert their Caesars Rewards card in the kiosk to waive the valet fee or self-parking rates.

Caesars also provides a Visa credit card which allows you to gain Platinum status immediately after your first purchase after enrollment within 90 days. That Platinum status gives you all the perks of a regular Rewards Platinum status, including free parking – both valet and self-parking.

Nevada Residents

The fourth and final option for parking free at Bally’s is for Nevada residents. Nevada residents with valid Nevada driver’s licenses can take advantage of self-parking for up to three hours without parking fees.   

Bally’s Parking Map

3643 S. Las Vegas Blvd

Oversized Bally’s Parking

Oversized Parking

Las Vegas parking makes even regular sized vehicles tough, but parking oversized vans and RVs are even more difficult.

The trouble with parking garages is that they have a maximum height they can accommodate, so they are usually not an option for oversized vehicles. Luckily, there are two options for oversized vehicles for parking near Bally’s.

The first is an open-air parking lot located behind the resort on Flamingo Dr. This lot is not run by Bally’s but does have almost the same pricing. 

The other option is to call Bally’s oversized parking line at (702) 967-4481 to secure a spot. However, the Bally’s parking is typically reserved for hotel guests arriving in a camper or RV. 

It is important to note that no electric or water hookups are available for any RVs or campers, and there is no oversized valet parking option.  

Bottom Line

The Las Vegas parking situation can be expensive and confusing. Avoid an unwanted parking ticket by parking at Bally’s Las Vegas Hotel. Whether you opt to pay the valet parking fee or go for the more flexible self-park garage, it is a convenient place to park with an easy exit and in and out access.

2 thoughts on “Bally’s Parking: Self Parking & Valet Fees & Map”

  1. You state that NV residents can enjoy three hours of free parking yet you don’t state how that can be done. Does one insert the driver’s license in lieu of a appropriate level Caesar’s Rewards card?

    1. Yes, when you pay at any Caesar’s parking kiosk, you can insert your drivers license for the 3 hours of free parking.

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