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You'll feel like you're in the heart of this Romantic French capital as you dine at the top of the Eiffel Tower or wander around the Parisian boulevards, admiring the designer French boutiques. This hotel has a great central 'Strip' location and of course, one of the best views of the unique Vegas skyline from the top of the tower, which is an amazing half-scale exact replica of the original. Other Paris sights in replica include the Arc de Triomphe, Louvre façade, Paris Opera House façade and stage, Hotel de Ville and Alexander III Bridge. There are a number of French and international themed restaurants. You can dine out on the alfresco terrace eating authentic French cuisine at Mon Ami Gabi, watching the Bellagio fountains opposite and enjoying people watching on one of the world's most famous streets.
In the centre of 'The Strip', close to attractions and shopping. Free self-parking and valet parking.
2,621 rooms and 295 suites on 34 floors in 1 building with 22 lifts. All with air-conditioning, satellite TV, in-room safe and marble bathroom. Standard Rooms have 2 queen-size beds or 1 king-size bed, sleeping maximum 4 adults.
Red Room Luxury, sleeping maximum 4 adults.
13 restaurants and cafés serving a variety of French cuisine, including crêpes, steaks, buffet and burgers including the new Sugar Factory American Brasserie and Gordon Ramsey Steakhouse. 6 bars and lounges. Other entertainment includes hypnotist Anthony Cools, the exciting 2-storey Chatêau Nightclub & Gardens which offers 3 separate nightclub experiences (open from 10.30pm-4.00am on Weds, Thu, Fri and Sat nights. Both the nightclub and beer gardens are completely closed on Sun, Mon and Tue). 2-acre rooftop pool (open seasonally). Manicured French garden. Whirlpool. Paris Mandara Spa*. 2 golf courses nearby*. Shopping arcade.
*Denotes local charge.
One person must be aged 21 years and over in each room.
No resort fees payable.
Minimum stay: 3 nights 29-31 Dec '13 and 29-31 Dec '14.
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TripAdvisor Traveller Rating:
I would advise you to stay at this hotel! We had a great time. The people who work there are awesome. I will be back. The hotel is in a great location. The food at the buffet is good. If you like... Read more pizza I wouldn't eat at the pizza place, it wasn't that good. Everything else was very good. Read less
We have stayed at the Paris Hotel every year for at least the past 5 years. The service is excellent. The Bell Desk staff is top notch. The Valet car service is one of the top two in Vegas only... Read more second to the MGM. Both the Mon Ami' and Candy Factory restaurants have outdoor seating right on the strip. This is unheard of in Las Vegas and is one of the main reasons that we love this hotel. Even when it is chilly outside, they have the outdoor heaters going and you don't even notice that the temps have dropped to a chilly 50 or 60 degrees. HA! :) The hotel itself is very nice. I will admit that they have not done a lot of upgrading in the past 5 years. But it is clean and in good repair. The bath towels seemed quite worn. They are overdue for new ones. The cleaning staff does a wonderful job. The location is perfect because it is within walking distance to a lot of the top notch hotels/casinos. You can do some major shopping right next door at the Planet Holleywood Hotel/Casino. You have easy access to the Trams and the bus stop is right outside the front door. Right across the street is the Bellagio where you can watch the water show as you dine at the above mentioned restaurants. And I even won some money in the casino. While we were there this fall we bought tickets to The Jersey Boys that was playing right in our hotel. You can't beat that! Didn't even have to leave the area to see one of the best shows in town. Try Paris next time you go to Vegas. You won't be disappointed! Read less
We stayed for several nights. Had to stand in a fairly long line to check in. We were there around 3pm. An hour before check in time. We had to pay an additional $16+ fee to check in. Option was... Read more to come back in an hour to stand in line again to pick up key. Really??? for an hour. The hotel charges a $20 resort fee no matter if you want to access these services or not. I understand almost all of the large hotels do this now, but it still seems like a money grab. Price your hotel and let people make their choice based on price. But to set a price and then add extra's charges makes it hard to compare value for patrons. The lay out of the hotel is a little confusing. We had family staying in different wings of the hotel. So you had to come down the elevator, go to a different bank of elevators to go back up to get to their room. IF you are with a group ask to be in the same section. Read less
We chose Paris because of its central location. At check in, we decided to upgrade to a red room and it was a wise choice as our room was quiet. We did most of our gambling at Ballys, but enjoyed... Read more the Paris casino as well. Good service at the hotel, clean and a decent size room. Read less
Last year I stayed at the Paris for a convention. A year later, unfortunately, not much has changed at the hotel. Well, that's not completely true-they have added additional 'fees' for things that... Read more didn't used to cost...such as an 'early check in ' fee, a 'resort' fee. Seriously, the room is open and ready, but you soak us for $15 for the privilege of getting into it before 4PM??? And resort-you gotta be kidding-you are a casino hotel on the Strip in Vegas, not a resort. The room was acceptable, but desperately in need of renovation. Carpet was spotted and stained where they had cleaned something, and left a very noticeable spot. The caulking around the tub was cracked and needed repair, the shower door leaked-pretty much the same as a year ago. They have added fees, increased prices on almost everything, and not put much back into the hotel. Thankfully, next time there the convention has switched to another hotel-and I can see why! Read less