Full disclosure. We go to Vegas about 3 times a year and have done so for more than 10 years. Been to most of the main Strip places - Bellagio, Mirage, TI, Palazzo, Mandalay, Rio, Harrahs, etc. We have stayed at Paris many times (more than 20) and you don't go back over and over if there are issues. Rooms and service are always good to excellent. Casino floor people, cocktail service, bar tenders, etc. are always great. However, (you knew this was coming based on the title) there are changes going on that geezers like us (60+) don't appreciate. For example, pay extra for the best view in Vegas (room facing the Eiffel Tower and Bellagio fountains). Well worth the price a few years ago - but now? No. Last time we had such a room and were astounded when the windows 23 floors up were vibrating in tune with the "music" from the Chateau nightclub at well after midnight (I understand this is Vegas, but bear with me.). Calling to the front desk resulted in the answering voice immediately saying "You're calling about the noise?" Whoa, mindreader? Answer, "Yes". Response, "We're getting a lot of complaints about that." OK??? "When will it end?" Oh, 4:30 am. Our end, "Are you kidding me?" Paris response, "No. Would you like us to send up some earplugs?" My thought process, Pay Extra for best view in Vegas and have it ruined because noise entertaining a couple of hundred drunken club denizens ruins chances to sleep (not an unreasonable goal after midnight) for about 1000 rooms facing this way and your solution is to offer earplugs? Who in the world thought this was a good idea? Back to Title. Apparently my demographic - older, regular return visitors aren't as important as younger club goers who may never come back because the party has moved on. Paris management may want to rethink this marketing direction.
Don't get me wrong. Overall Paris is a great destination for visitors. Just be sure you are willing to put up with the possibility that you won't get to sleep when Chateau is in full gear if your room faces the Tower.
OK. Good things. Burger Brasserie - great burgers, onion rings, etc. better than a couple of "celebrity chef" burger places in other places (we've been to them). Mon Ami Gabi - my opinion, overrated, but you cannot beat the view at lunch and the people watching is the best. Sugar Factory - so much better than might be expected. Unbelievably good breakfast dishes, in particular. Gordon Ramsay Steaks - couldn't get in. Too new and fully booked, but we miss Les Artistes. Eiffel Tower - top quality, but overpriced and tables too close to each other for 2-tops along the windows. Wonderful souffle. If you go there, order it. The Cafe - changed its menu and got away from basics that are the foundation of most in-house cafes in Vegas - not an improvement in my opinion. We don't do buffets - no opinion, but long (think Disney) lines indicate a popular, and good buffet.
- Also Known As:
- Paris Las Vegas Hotel Las Vegas
- Paris Hotel Las Vegas
- Hotel Paris Las Vegas
- Paris Hotel Vegas
- Las Vegas Paris Hotel
- Paris Las Vegas Hotel
- Paris Las Vegas Resort
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Combining the old-world charm and style of the City of Lights with the excitement of Sin City, you won’t find a more romantic spot than Paris Las Vegas. Dine 110 feet above the Strip in the Eiffel Tower Restaurant or go all the way to the top and enjoy a stunning view of the city. Back on the ground, guests can enjoy French-inspired cuisine at Le Artistes Steakhouse or a fun twist on an American classic at Le Burger Brasserie Sports Grille. Le Boulevard hosts a variety of shopping, dining and entertainment choices including Le Village Buffet and Napoleon’s Dueling Pianos. In the Paris Theatre, legendary singer/songwriter Barry Manilow takes the stage with passionate performances. And newly added to Paris, the sophisticated Chateau Nightclub & Gardens is the latest "see and be seen" hotspot while Sugar Factory welcomes guests into a confectionery heaven where MTV meets Willy Wonka – right on the Las Vegas Strip. ... more less
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