Paris probably deserves a 3 ½, but since that rating wasn't available, I rounded up. Overall Paris is a decent low-mid priced Las Vegas Strip hotel. For this trip, I stayed one night in a “Red Room Luxury;” which while adequate, was not exactly what I’d consider luxurious. For a better depiction, please see my attached photos.
As for the hotel overall, here’s my pros/cons list:
Top notch location across from Bellagio, between Planet Hollywood and Bally’s. This is about as mid strip as it gets.
The Parisian décor of the lobby/ common areas is kind of cool. Dated, but cool.
Lots of restaurant choices from high end (Gordon Ramsey Steak), very good mid-level (Mon Ami Gabi), to decent fast casual sandwich/ pizza spots
Two center of the action casino bars
Can be very aggressive with rates, and is a definite step up from hotels such as Bally’s, Flamingo, or Monte Carlo
The casino has a nice open feel to it, which makes it a nice place to hang out
Chateau, Paris’ nightclub, has one of the top patios on the strip – go just to check out the view, even if you’re not staying at the hotel
Though my room had a minibar, it wasn't stocked (see pictures). It seems recently they have moved minibar items to a “quick serve” selection in room service, with room service prices/ surcharges (plus the lack of instant gratification)
The beds are so-so, and in a king size Paris only provides 3 pillows with white “change after every guest” sheets, the other pillows are brown throws (which typically don’t get cleaned too often, and DEFINITELY not after each guest). To put it bluntly, I don’t like this.
Service is hit or miss. While all the bartenders I encountered were great, the front desk agents were more interested in talking about each other’s nails than checking me in, and my waiter at Gordon Ramsey Steak was a bit tough to find.
The towels in the bathroom are paper thin, and they only provide you with two bath sized ones at a time. If two people are sharing a room, that isn't nearly enough for both to shower.
In sum, frequent Vegas visitors who've stayed other places will not be wowed, nor will they be deeply disappointed in their choice if staying at Paris. That said, rates for various hotels change daily, so if you can snatch a deal at Caesars for within $20 of what Paris is charging, I’d go for it.
- 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