Paris

The Strip, Las Vegas

The hotel

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. You can choose to stay in one of the newly remodeled Burgundy Rooms, combining classic European elegance with a modern flair. 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.

Amenities

  • Bar
  • Spa
  • Swimming Pool
  • Night Club
  • Room Service
  • Valet parking
  • Safety Deposit Box
  • Evening Entertainment
  • Laundry Service
  • Internet Access
  • Close to City Centre
  • Restaurant

Where is it

In the centre of The Strip, close to attractions and shopping.

Hotel information

2,900 rooms and suites on 34 floors in 1 building with 22 lifts. All with air-conditioning, satellite TV, WiFi*, safe and marble bathroom. Burgundy Rooms are contemporary and sophisticated, with 1 king-size bed or 2 queen-size beds, sleeping maximum 4 adults.

Remodeled Elegant Suites are a classic European design with seperate living and sleeping rooms. 1 king-size bed or 2 queen-size beds sleeping maximum adults

Renovated Magnifique Suite with seperate living and sleeping rooms, with 1 king-size bed sleeping maximum 2 adults

14 restaurants and cafés serving a variety of French cuisine, including crêpes, steaks, buffet and burgers including the new HEXX kitchen + bar and Gordon Ramsey Steakhouse. 5 bars and lounges. Other entertainment includes hypnotist Anthony Cools, the exciting 2-storey Chatêau Nightclub & Gardens which offers 3 separate nightclub experiences. Soleil swimming pool (open seasonally). Manicured French garden. Whirlpool. Paris Las Vegas Spa by Mandara*. 2 golf courses nearby*. Shopping arcade. Casino. Eiffel Tower Experience. Self-parking $12, valet parking $20, plus tax per night (payable locally, subject to change).

This hotel has a resort fee of $37 plus tax per room, per day (payable locally, subject to change)

Resort fee includes: - Fitness centre admission for two people, per day - In-room Internet access for two devices, per day - All local calls. Resort fee, tax and inclusions are subject to change - please see hotel check-in for current inclusions available to you upon arrival.

Wheelchair accessible rooms available on request. Please note that these rooms are subject to availability and may be restricted to specific room categories and bedding arrangements. Rooms and facilities vary between hotels so please check at the time of booking. For more information and contact details please check out our Special Assistance page

*Denotes local charge.

One person must be aged 21 years and over in each room.

 

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Image of the Tripadvisor rating First stay at Paris, 4th visit to Vegas

Sep 25, 2020 Never60742

Stayed at Paris for a week from 09/12-09/19/20. The bars opened the day after we left. I liked Paris. Our room and the hotel were pretty but I think they are using COVID as an excuse to eliminate too much staff and too many services. There was no room cleaning, no room service, reminders to put your mask on between puffs on a cigarette, etc. … Read more
Stayed at Paris for a week from 09/12-09/19/20. The bars opened the day after we left. I liked Paris. Our room and the hotel were pretty but I think they are using COVID as an excuse to eliminate too much staff and too many services. There was no room cleaning, no room service, reminders to put your mask on between puffs on a cigarette, etc. Truly nothing to do if you don't gamble. No shows, tours and very few activities. Far more restaurants were closed than indicated on their websites. I realize that many people will be focusing on the COVID changes but what impacted/bothered me more is the no smoking policy, even on the patios or outdoor spaces of restaurants. This apparently went into effect in January so I won't be returning to Las Vegas. We were harassed almost continually about smoking at Paris--there being no place inside (105 degrees outside) where smoking was allowed. We did sit down and played a machine so that we could sit and my son was harassed by a security guard for not raising his mask between puffs. I do think, in general, the employees in Vegas are remaining unbelievably positive in these difficult times. Read less
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Sep 24, 2020 mkkasten Mount Juliet, Tennessee

Had a great 4 night stay at the start of Labor Day weekend. Wednesday and Thursday were great. Friday and Saturday were packed. Lines to restaurants, elevators and many slot machines full. Had a great view of the Eiffel Tower and Bellagio Fountains. Room was comfortable! Had to wear masks everywhere, which is understandable. The machines were very… Read more
Had a great 4 night stay at the start of Labor Day weekend. Wednesday and Thursday were great. Friday and Saturday were packed. Lines to restaurants, elevators and many slot machines full. Had a great view of the Eiffel Tower and Bellagio Fountains. Room was comfortable! Had to wear masks everywhere, which is understandable. The machines were very tight, no winnings. Not everything was open in town and in the resort. Couldn’t venture out much because of the heat wave (105-112 degrees during the day). We spent one day at the pool. We reserved lounge chairs - which turned out to be a costly mistake. No difference with our chairs and everyone else’s was a paper sign taped on the back that said “reserved”. Waste of $125 for 2 chairs. Minimal food service at the pool. Got a hummus tray that included limp and soggy cucumbers and grape tomatoes were sour. Our server gladly replaced it with some fruit. It wasn’t all ripe but we were hungry. The worst part - you had to wear your mask while sitting at the pool. Not in the pool but at your chairs. With the heat it was almost unbearable. Will be back to stay again. Read less
Image of the Tripadvisor rating The new normal

Sep 24, 2020 jillibeanWork work

I recently went to Las Vegas and stayed at Paris. Having stayed there many times in the past, I was curious to see how they were handling the new normal....In one word....EXCEPTIONAL!!!! We had two rooms and both were immaculate. The staff from check in to check out were warm and welcoming. We were upgraded to a suite, what a thrill and loved… Read more
I recently went to Las Vegas and stayed at Paris. Having stayed there many times in the past, I was curious to see how they were handling the new normal....In one word....EXCEPTIONAL!!!! We had two rooms and both were immaculate. The staff from check in to check out were warm and welcoming. We were upgraded to a suite, what a thrill and loved every minute of our stay. Drink service on the floor was excellent and security was everywhere, very kindly reminding people about their masks. The security dudes by the elevators were really sweet and funny. Lots of the restaurants were only open for the weekend and all restaurants had limited menus but we did just fine in that area. The people who were cleaning the slot machines were everywhere, that was comforting. I loved our time in Las Vegas, loved our time at Paris and cannot wait to return. Read less
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Sep 23, 2020 Diane M Turlock, California

Paris is by far my favorite hotel and casino destination in Las Vegas. I don't feel like I am getting a Vegas experience unless I am staying at the Paris. Loved my room and the view was incredible. The Eifel Tower and the Bellagio fountains are always the best. The staff were friendly and very helpful. Kudos especially to M Jay at the front… Read more
Paris is by far my favorite hotel and casino destination in Las Vegas. I don't feel like I am getting a Vegas experience unless I am staying at the Paris. Loved my room and the view was incredible. The Eifel Tower and the Bellagio fountains are always the best. The staff were friendly and very helpful. Kudos especially to M Jay at the front desk. She took care of a few problems that were not her fault. She went out of her way to make our stay special. Thanks to M Jay and the entire staff for making our visit memorable. Read less
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Sep 23, 2020 BarbaraM901 Racine, Wisconsin

They are not enforcing nor do they appear to have done any COVID-19 preparations. I had to ask people many times to please not sit right next to me. The resort fee here is over $41.00 a night with taxes and I can't figure out what it is for. I couldn't even get online, there were additional charges so I used my own hotspot. We had trouble… Read more
They are not enforcing nor do they appear to have done any COVID-19 preparations. I had to ask people many times to please not sit right next to me. The resort fee here is over $41.00 a night with taxes and I can't figure out what it is for. I couldn't even get online, there were additional charges so I used my own hotspot. We had trouble checking in, there's no one to help and all they have are machines to check you in. I wasn't even sure if my charge card was accepted because it kept asking me to reinsett it. Read less