Rooms at this old-school property were renovated in 2013, which makes the reasonably priced Bally's Resort, in the heart of the Strip, an underrated choice for a Vegas vacation. If you like sports betting, check out the lively sports book, which feels more like an upscale sports bar. For something different, sign up for a behind-the-scenes tour at Jubilee Las Vegas, which lifts the proverbial curtain on one of the city's longest-running shows. Bally's is connected to Paris Las Vegas via a small shopping mall. It's one of the few Strip properties that still has tennis courts, and has a monorail stop at the rear of the property.