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Somewhere, sometime, someone said 'spare no expense' when it comes to building a family attraction that can startle and amaze, and for me, walking into the excesses of the bewildering Paris Hotel and Casino, I can see that they did just that.
With over 2,900 rooms stacked behind the Parisienne frontage, a sprawling casino floor and a pool area overshadowed by a replica of the Eiffel Tower, it's perhaps one of the most fun, themed hotels in the world. That's what the Paris Hotel is like - a center of celebration - and at night it becomes a startling transformation of lights that quite frankly are worth the price of admission alone. In terms of the aforementioned pool area, enjoying the relative tranquility of your own cabana or stretched out on a sun lounger, this is the place to invent your evening, and re-energize the exploration levels.
Within short range of this near-perfect location are many of the masterpieces the strip has to offer. This is an oasis for conventions, for the family, or for the couple who just want to quietly slip through the ornate and overwhelming drama and enjoy the delicious atmospheres from any angle. Which brings me to the level of indulgence that will simply stagger those who enjoy rambling through myriad bars, restaurants and cafes - for perhaps this is Paris' greatest offering - its location on the Las Vegas Strip.
Try the wonderful indulgence of La Creperie that presents a menu of luxurious crepes with savory and desserts dominating further selections. Or possibly as you walk through this beautiful village feel of the food area, maybe a
traditional pizzeria would tempt for a moments pause. If you want traditional pastries and desserts, you wont be disappointed, either, and neither should you be, at Las Vegas's #1 representation of France.
You just need a walk a short distance from your room to just enjoy the atmosphere of an evening, with the sophisticated elegance of Napoleons to enjoy. I was awestruck at being bathed in the hue of the spectacular fountains and massive open sliding doors of Monami Gabi, which for me had such an ambiance I could have just slid in the chair and sipped the perfect red wine for an age. The craftsmanship of the meals, presented in a way that demands more than just foraging (they demand compliment and comment), all you need to do is find the right company in which to enjoy the experience. It's all about the views, the experience and the feeling of being just a little special which is to say, I like it when there is a bit of fuss made about myself, whether in the detail, the design or the service, all of which comes from the great dining experience here.
Beautiful open air bars, curved woods, spectacular drapes of black and gold, stage presence, and you will have trouble not thinking you are rubbing shoulders with the ‘rat pack’ as you enter the Risque Club for a little light energy, or step up to the Eiffel Tower Restaurant and be absorbed by spectacular views and wonderful menu choices that have the flair of design that will leave you changing your mind so much you will need to discuss choice and preference with anyone willing to listen.
A full list of food options at the Paris:
The Paris is a foodies delight!
For the more convention orientated corporate affair the Paris has it covered in some style. The organization is geared to major movements of people with well-practised ease and even better well-placed convenience. Large open walkways and corridors, well placed signage, and what caught my eye was just how many staff can be assembled in key positions to ensure flow and operation are smooth and service amplified.
The décor gives a splendor to any occasion and celebration, business or pleasure. The sheer size and scope of how well-planned the venues have been integrated into the theme leave a feeling that whether in a crowd or just a quiet interlude for two, your comfort has been the focus of every vantage point, and every amenity. Huge galleried, mirrored walls, stunning satellites of chandeliers, and vast opulent rugs have that delicious hush that comes with rich décor and intricate designer art. Just to wander and enjoy the wealth of smells and heavy silence around the corridors of the Paris is in itself an indulgence like moving through a historic museum.
Some of my fellow Vegas travelers mention that the guest rooms at the Paris Hotel and Casino fall a little short of the spectacle of the hotel entrance, the pool and the beautiful ornate French style, yet I found the bedrooms to be just that, a recluse for a visiting guest rather than an over indulgent experience in the modern and technology. I loved the heaviness of soft silence that welcomes your entrance. Just a place to relax in warm colors and quality furnishings, designed more for comfort, and a sense of safety rather than one for a busy executive making their moves.
The room just exudes relaxation and peace, and I like the way I felt at ease and at home where everything should be, within reach and nicely styled. Slightly older style, a sense of occasion with large gold-framed mirrors and striped wall paper that complimented the ornate timbers and fabrics. The room makes you feel at home and a little special, worthy of the surroundings rather than drown you in a ambiance that might make sleep restless, or a longer stay with a business schedule, a little intrusive. The bathroom is more of the same in a display that quietly makes a person feel grand while attending to the evening outfit, which is to say that getting prepared for an evening in this room and bathroom just felt like I had a little more presence than required. That I should actually wear the tuxedo and feel in tune with my surroundings.
Yet for those who require to overstate and make impact, the quality of the Red Rooms (compared to rooms of equal value across the way in Bellagio or Caesars) is one that quite frankly will deliver the Kings statement in subtle flamboyance. I love the modern weave carpets that seem to have been clipped from Escher's scrapbook. The heavier, dark timbers and lush red accessories are a nice touch, and when seen for the first time, the room is one in which you just want to stand in the middle of and just soak in the lovely decadence and noise of where someone somewhere said 'lets spare no expense'.
Maybe I love the Paris Hotel and Casino more than the average Vegas traveler, but if it's luxury that's required - without a paying real top dollar - then Paris should be your go-to Vegas hotel.
We stayed in Paris Las Vegas with an intention to enjoy our holiday but unfortunately, the hotel came up with last minute surprises, I mean shock, there was no king size bed, a cutoff of water supply during the night. The management informed us at that we could avoid this by upgrading our room by paying more money which I think was cynical. We dropped our idea and stayed there only for 2 days. Not a value for money by all means and pathetic management, so we wouldn't stay again.
I stayed in Paris Las Vegas with my family and I must say that it was a miraculous experience, the very clean room, fresh and jovial ambiance and cordial staff members complimented by a great service made my stay a wonderful one. Would highly recommend everyone to stay here.
All-in-all a good stay. It's great that they are renovating and remodeling the hotel. I would recommend the hotel to all who are looking for a comfortable stay.
This was my first visit to Las Vegas and I must say that our stay in the Paris Las Vegas turned out to be an out of the world experience. The hotel is an emblem of great service, good interiors, plush rooms and excellent staff. I speak high of the hotel and would recommend it to everyone.
My stay at Paris Las Vegas was an excellent one. I must say that the hotel is well connected to lots of other cool casinos. The rooms are clean and the staff are friendly. They ensured that my stay at the hotel was a comfortable one and I would give them a five-star rating on that.
We stayed in Paris Las Vegas and must say that the hotel is located at a prime location and our room had a beautiful view. The only drawback that we felt was that the room services were not provided for a day or two, but most other things were just perfect. Would highly recommend this hotel.
We were promised an awful lot by the brochures about Paris, Las Vegas but the truth turned out to be not that great with a room that was much smaller than I expected. Not happy
Although I got a clean room and comfortable stay yet I had to wait aaaaages for check-in which spoiled the opening part of my trip to Vegas
One of the best stays I've had in Vegas, the Paris had great rooms, clean environment, cordial staff and excellent service. I would say that this hotel provides complete value for money.
I had a fun-filled stay in the Paris. We had a bedroom which had a great view, too. The room was clean, excellent bed and excellent service. Great stay!
Having never visited Vegas before I was unsure which hotel to stay at on my recent trip, however, I found a great deal for three nights at the Paris Las Vegas resort in the central strip area. My first impression when I arrived at Paris was honestly not the best, but when I left I was definitely happy with my stay and positive I had made the right choice.
Upon arrival I noticed that the lobby smelt a little bit of cigarette smoke - luckily this was the only place in the hotel and casino that I could smell this as at times it was unbearable. I waited around 20 minutes to be seen by someone who didn't really seem as though she had ever heard of customer service as she grumbled her way through the check in process.
Once I had made it to my room my terrible lobby and check in experience did not seem that important. As I was on a budget I was staying in the classic room, however the décor was so modern and beautiful I felt as though I was in premium rate room for half the price. The marble bathroom and bath tub had to be my favorite thing about the room, although the wallpaper was a little bit glaring.
I didn't spend much time in the casino as I was visiting Vegas on business however my experience was much better than casinos I have visited in other states. The bar staff were attentive and made sure I always had a drink in my hand. I did think that maybe they could have done with a few of their slot machines being updated but other than that I would definitely visit again, even if I wasn't staying in the hotel.
As I didn't leave the hotel often I had a chance to eat at a couple of the restaurants, my favorite being Hexx (and their bean-to-bar chocolate making). The meal was incredible and my views were even better as I was able to get a table on the patio facing the Bellagio fountains.
On my last day I had a little bit of free time so I decided to see what the pool was like. After reading some negative reviews I didn't have high expectations however I was pleasantly surprised. It was quiet, the atmosphere was chilled and the views were incredible. I had hoped I would have time to do the Eiffel Tower Experience however I was pushing it for making my flight back - next time, for definite!
Overall I think my first impressions were completely wrong and my stay at Paris Las Vegas was a great experience. I would definitely try a couple of different hotels before I stay there again however if anyone asked I would be recommending it for a short stay.
This amazing four star hotel, opened in 1999, is situated right in The Las Vegas Strip, and is owned by Caesars Entertainment. The theme of the resort is as the name says the city of Paris; there is a reproduction of the Eiffel Tower and the Arc de Triomphe, while the casino reproduces the Opéra Garnier and the Louvre.
At less than one km we can find some of the following attractions : Fountains of Bellagio,Eiffel Tower Experience, Bellagio Gallery Of Fine Art, Bellagio Conservatory & Botanical Gardens, The Rainstorm & Fountain at Miracle Mile Shops, M&M’s World, CSI:The Experience , Madame Tussauds Las Vegas and many others.
Inside the hotel,you can admire reconstructed Parisian streets, where you can walk between restaurants, shops and the amazing Casino, and you can also swim in the pool at the foot of the Eiffel Tower.
The hotel has within it a beautiful spa named Salon by Mandara where you can relax a bit and you can find talented artists that can transform you with professional makeup applications, bridal services, airbrush tanning and eyelash enhancements and other amazing services.
If you are a golf enthusiast,you can enjoy going to Rio Secco and Cascata Golf both located near Las Vegas Strip.
If we want to talk about nightlife at the Paris Las Vegas Resort,the dinner offered by the Casino offers so many good dishes inside a European scenery surrounded by Parisians alleys.
The Paris Las Vegas Casino floor has so many newest slot machines set alongside to Parisian scenery, where you can find the most popular multi-line Las Vegas casino gambling experiences and the mega-million-dollar statewide progressive Megabucks games.
Another amazing thing about dinner and nightlife in this resort is the formidable restaurant with a very romantic atmosphere located directly on the Eiffel Tower where you can eat so many good meals with a great view of Las Vegas.The resort has 2915 rooms divided in :
-Classic Rooms(prices going from 69$ at night) this rooms are 390-square-foot big and entirely designed with a French countryside feel and custom European furniture, rich fabrics and warm decorations convenient room amenities include a phone,vanity,make-up mirror, wireless internet (for a fee),flat screen with on-demand movies and an in-room safe. The bathroom features both a bathtub and a stand-alone shower.
-Red Rooms(prices going from 89$ at night) this rooms are for those who are looking for something sophisticated and sensual. A contemporary and fun design complements a clean and classic bathroom layout. This type of rooms are located on the highest floors of the hotel tower, these rooms bring Paris to life with chic color palettes and signature sofas shaped like plump, puckered lips. A flat-screen tv and wireless internet (for a fee).
All these rooms have some specific options that you can choose before booking: such as smoking or non-smoking, pet or not, or the number of double beds or a square and a half that we need.
Finally, we have the Suites each one with specific characteristics and different style let’s have a look at names and prices:
As you would expect from a hotel with Parisian flair, room service is very well represented at this hotel.
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