The Paris is an interesting hotel on the Vegas strip. The base of the Eiffel Tower extends into the casino and you can pay to take a ride to the top for a view of Las Vegas. On arriving I had to drag luggage through the casino to the lobby. As a note there is smoking allowed on the casino floor. Check - in seems to take a long time here compared to other places I have stayed. The room I had was small but comfortable. Others commented that their rooms were a little old and dated, but mine was not. There are many shops at the casino level in an alley way connecting the Paris to Balley's. Also Balley's is where you can grab the monorail.
Outside on the street, you are directly across from the Bellagio. If you are lucky enough to have a room facing this direction you can have a bird's eye view of the fountain show. To the left of the Paris is the Planet Hollywood Hotel and across the street from that is the New Coty Center. It is loaded with high end stores for shopping. To the right is Balley's and a few blocks up Treasure Island, the Wynn and the Venetian. The Paris is conveniently located if you do not mind walking. But walking is the cheapest and best way to get around on the strip, just bring good walking shoes and spend your time avaoiding the card pushers who are constantly trying to get you take one of their cards. That is perhaps the most annoying thing about Las Vegas.
The Paris has a small bar located not far from the lobby. It is a good place to people watch. If the bar scene does not appeal, take a walk down the hall and you will find a coffee and pastry shop with seating near the hall. IT is very crowded in the morning. Across from that is one of these casino buffets. There is always a line for it.
My complaint about the Paris is that it is difficult to find a hotel employee to ask questions. If you go back to the lobby you must get in the long cattle line before you can get to the desk to ask a simple question. I found the Concierge line to be as bad. The best bet for information is to speak to the guys handling the luggage and the cabs. They are more accessible and provide some great information as to where to eat and shows to see. Check out was easier than checking in. The oddity is that if you wish to check your luggage while you visit more, you have to exit the hotel and find one of the guys handling cabs. They will give you a ticket and store the luggage for you. Usually I have had that handled inside the hotels I have stayed at and did not have to venture outside. Must be something French.
- 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 Las Vegas Strip in the Eiffel Tower Restaurant Las Vegas or go all the way to the top and enjoy a stunning view of Las Vegas on the Eiffel Tower Experience. Back on the ground, guests can enjoy a fun twist on an American classic at Burger Brasserie or treat themselves to Gordon Ramsay Steak, showcasing the fiery, internationally renowned chef's famous hit dishes in an exceptional Las Vegas dining experience. Le Boulevard hosts a variety of shopping, dining and great Las Vegas entertainment choices including Le Village Buffet and Napoleon's Dueling Pianos. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Paris Las Vegas Hotel Las Vegas
- Hotel Paris Las Vegas
- Paris Hotel Vegas
- Las Vegas Paris Hotel
- Paris Las Vegas Resort