by Lissa Poirot
Paris Las Vegas makes its mark on Las Vegas Boulevard with its towering Eiffel Tower. Half of the scale of the original in Paris, it is still an impressive site, and the hotel’s patio dining along the Strip and overlooking the Bellagio Fountains make it a popular spot for visitors, whether guests of the hotel or neighboring properties. Owned and operated by Caesar’s Resort and connected to Bally’s Resort and Casino, Paris’s room rates can also be found on sale and at a steal. As its name implies, the hotel and rooms have a French feel and dÃ©cor, and guests can choose between modern French or countryside chic. Inside, Le Boulevard stretches through a recreated French village, complete with cobblestone streets, a blue sky and French bakeries, creperies and restaurants. If you cannot make it to Paris, Paris Las Vegas isn’t a bad alternative.
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The smallest offering at Paris is the 390-square-foot Classic Rooms with one king bed or two queen or two double beds. Decorated with a French provincial dÃ©cor, the rooms are pretty traditional with a small sitting area and a bathroom with stand-up shower and tub. For slightly larger versions, request the End Hallway units, which are 400 square feet. Classic Suites are also available at 700 square feet and have a large sitting area. They can be connected to a Classic Room to create a two-bedroom suite. Wi-Fi is available for a fee. Flat-screen TVs are provided in all Classic Rooms.
Also 390 square feet in size, but decorated with a contemporary look and splashes of red, Red Rooms also provide one king or two queen beds. Rates depend on the floor and the views, with those overlooking the Eiffel Tower more expensive than others. Red Suites are also available at 700 square feet and with a large sitting area. They can be connected to a Classic Room to create a two-bedroom suite. Wi-Fi is available for a fee. Flat-screen TVs are provided in all Red Rooms. Some Red Rooms also have refrigerators.
These suites feature one king or two queen beds with a countryside or contemporary dÃ©cor. Some suites have connecting rooms, providing an additional king bedroom to convert the space into a two-bedroom unit.
These oversized suites are 700 feet in size and feature one king bed in a studio suite with large sitting area. Some suites are available for pets and some rooms offer connections to a second king bedroom to convert it into a two-bedroom suite.
Affording views of the Eiffel Tower and a canopied king bed with a padded headboard in 1,000 square feet of space, these romantic suites offer separate sitting and dining areas. The suites aren't suited for families, as they do not offer additional sleeping space.
Also romantically designed, Nice (as in the luxurious coastal French town) Suites feature one bedroom and between 1,000 and 1,400 square feet of space. These suites feature a separate living and dining area.
St. Tropez Suites
With touches of navy blue and a hint of the French coastline, the St. Tropez Suites feature one king bed and a separate dining and living area. The suite includes a small table for four and a sofa bed.
These two-bedroom suites with two king beds have French dÃ©cor, but are more classic than the opulent suites above. Antique furnishings and rooms overlooking the fountains, Eiffel Tower and Las Vegas Strip make them great options for families. The suites offer a separate living and dining area, with a formal dining table seating six.
Louis XV Suites
This one-of-a-kind Versailles-styled suite is fit for a king with fabric-covered walls, gold accents, a chandelier and a baby grand piano. The two-bedroom suites provide two king beds.
Live like Napoleon Bonaparte in these one-of-a-kind palatial suites with gold accents, chandeliers, baby grand pianos, fabric-covered walls and over-the-top dÃ©cor. The suites feature three king beds and five (yes, five) bathrooms.
by Richard O
Dont waste your money eating in one of the high priced steakhouses and expect to heat your left overs up.
Got a $129 steak for a special occasion and have to toss half of it bc there are no microwaves in the rooms and the service you receive when asking for help is less than up to par for taking care of the customer....basically sorry, cany help you as though tbere is not a microwave anywhere on the property
Will look elsewhere if I were to return to vegas
Needs to work on house keeping. Found but and used napkin next to the bed underneath the nightstand. But great location and amenities. Wish breakfast was included. Vegas food can expensive. Buy foods from outside
The rooftop pool at Paris is a 2-acre retreat with a manicured garden connected to the Eiffel Tower. Private cabanas are available for rent, and first-come, first-served lounge chairs can go quickly during high-peak seasons. The Soleil Pool is open daily from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Eiffel Tower Experience
Whether you stay at Paris or another property, the popular Eiffel Tower Experience is the closest you'll come to the real thing and shouldn't be missed. Visitors climb 46 floors to a 360-degree observation deck on the Eiffel Tower, which is a half-scale replica of the Paris tower. Visits are more expensive during the evenings, when the tower is lit and guests can enjoy the lighted views of Las Vegas, so skip the traffic and extra expense by visiting during the day. Daytime prices are available from 9:30 a.m. to 7:15 p.m., Monday through Friday. Evening hours are until 12:30 a.m., Monday through Friday, and until 1 a.m. on Saturday and Sunday.
HEXX Chocolate & Confexxions
Visit Nevada's first and only bean-to bar chocolate maker and watch chocolate being made from cacao beans. Guests receive a complimentary chocolate tasting and can sample a Chocolate Flight of various chocolates. The experience is available daily from 9 a.m. until midnight, Monday through Thursday, and until 1 a.m. on Friday and Saturday.
Paris's resident entertainment is the city's No. 1 show, "Jersey Boys." Based on the life of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons, the musical is both a Broadway and Vegas Strip hit. The show can get a little raunchy and is best suited for teens and tweens. Shows are available every day, except Monday, in the Le Theatre des Arts.
Combining a French brasserie with an American classic, this casual spot is not an ordinary burger joint. Instead, it features an array of Kobe beef burgers, as well as a lamb and even a Maine lobster burger. The brasserie also offers an array of custom-flavored milkshakes and offers choices for vegetarian diners, as well. The restaurant is open daily from 11 a.m. to midnight.
CafÃ© Belle Madeleine
For grab-and-go and cafÃ© quick bites, this cafÃ© features pastries, quiches, sandwiches, cheese plates and more. You'll also find snacks and cooking gifts, including Godiva chocolate and gourmet popcorn. The cafÃ© is open daily from 6 a.m. to 1 a.m.
Eiffel Tower Restaurant
One of the hottest spots on the Las Vegas Strip, Paris's Eiffel Tower Restaurant is situated 100 feet up in the Eiffel Tower replica with windows and views of the Bellagio fountains. While the restaurant is no Jules Verne in Paris, it is critically acclaimed for fantastic French-inspired dishes. During Sunday brunch (11 a.m. to 2 p.m.), guests can enjoy endless champagne. The restaurant is open for weekday lunch, 11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.; weekend brunch, 11 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.; weeknight dinner, 5 to 10:30 p.m.; weekend dinner, 5 to 11 p.m.; and a car menu from 11 a.m. through midnight, daily.
Gordon Ramsay Steak
Celebrity Chef Gordon Ramsay brings his traditional steakhouse to the Paris Casino, just steps from the Eiffel Tower attraction. The menu is extremely pricey with 28-day, dry-aged steaks ranging in price from $55 to $105. Save this delicious restaurant for a date night. A Limited Hell's Kitchen Tasting Menu is a must-try for foodies, as well as Ramsay's favorites, Roasted Beef Wellington and Sticky Toffee Pudding. The dining room is open daily from 4:30 to 10:30 p.m., while a limited bar menu is available until midnight.
HEXX Kitchen + Bar
By far one of the best breakfast/brunch restaurants on the Strip, HEXX provides all-day dining and a spectacular menu with creative combinations. Try the Chilaquiles egg dish with shredded pork, roasted salsa, avocado, sour cream and tortilla chips for a spicy breakfast nacho-like dish, or the stack of chocolate pancakes made with HEXX's own fresh chocolate. (HEXX is the state's only bean-to-bar chocolate maker, and sells chocolates at an adjoining store.) The restaurant is open 24 hours a day and also serves a variety of lunch, dinner and snack options. The restaurant features indoor and outdoor dining; we suggest sitting outdoors on its expansive patio overlooking the Las Vegas Strip.
Located along Le Boulevard in Paris's recreated village, the boulangerie is a traditional French bakery. Grab a morning pastry or croissant for breakfast or sandwiches on baguettes at lunch. The boulangerie is even open until midnight for late-night snacks.
What would a trip to Paris be without grabbing a hot, fresh crepe with cheese, chocolate or Nutella? The shop is meant to look like a traditional village shop in Le Boulevard section, and guests walk up to its window to order and pick up breakfast, lunch, dinner or snack crepes. La Creperie is open daily from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m.
Le CafÃ© Ile St. Louis
In Paris's recreated French village, beneath a blue sky, diners can grab a casual "outdoor" meal on blue-and-white checkered cloth tables. Open from 6 a.m. to 11 p.m., guests can find breakfast, lunch and dinner at this cafÃ©.
Le Village Buffet
Paris's casino buffet also resides in its recreated French Village. Open from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily, the Las Vegas buffet features traditional all-you-can-eat fare, with a touch of French cuisine from five different regions. Brunch prices change by meal, and children eat at about half price.
The newest addition to the Paris collection of restaurants is Steve Martorano's first Las Vegas Strip location. The stylish restaurant features a hearty Italian menu with traditional dishes like Linguine and Clams and Rigatoni Sunday Pork Gravy home-style meals. The restaurant is open for lunch from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily, closing before dinner, which begins at 5 p.m. and ends at 11 p.m. on weeknights, and midnight on weekends. This high-end restaurant is best suited for a date night, as its 2015 opening makes it a hotspot for movers and shakers and waits can be lengthy.
Mon Ami Gabi
One of the best places to take in Vegas is from the open-air patio of Mon Ami Gabi, which serves classic French fare from breakfast through dinner. Directly on the Strip, outdoor seats have front-row views of the Bellagio fountains. (There is indoor dining, but skip it!). The restaurant is open daily from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. and offers a kids' menu, gluten-free menu, and even chef-led cooking classes, on occasion.
Yong Kang Street
This dumpling and noodle house features favorites from China, Taiwan and Hong Kong, including noodle soups, wok-tossed meals and Dim Sum carts. The restaurant is open from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily and located on Le Boulevard.
Planning & Tips
All About the Extras
The hotel is pet-friendly with a number of rooms available for travelers with pets. Guests traveling with pets must fill out waivers accepting any responsibility for damage and cleaning issues. Up to two dogs are allowed per room and each dog can weigh no more than 50 pounds. Guests receive a welcome treat, water bowl and food bowl for their dogs.
Check-in is at 4 p.m. and check-out is at 11 a.m.
The Art of Smart Timing
Las Vegas is a year-round vacation destination, but most attractions are fully operational between spring and fall. Summer gets quite hot in the desert, yet the city is popular in the summer months. The best deals will be found in the spring, following spring break season, and the early fall.
Paris is located less than 20 minutes from McCarran International Airport, and is one of the many hotels on the Strip where the city's hotel shuttle stops. The airport/hotel shuttle is $8.50 per person and makes multiple stops. If you'd like a direct ride, taxis are relatively inexpensive and plentiful from the airport.
Paris is centrally located on the Las Vegas Strip and is within walking distance of the biggest and best resorts with other family-friendly attractions and restaurants. If you decide to rent a car to visit areas outside of the city, the hotel offers complimentary valet parking and self-parking.
For Mom and Dad
Adults can visit Napoleon's Dueling Piano bar and sing along with pianists who spar nightly, or stop at Le Cabaret for a Moulin Rouge-inspired show in a garden-like setting with bistro tables and a cabaret performed before red velvet curtains. Both adult lounges are open nightly at 9 p.m. During the day, mom and dad can relax and be pampered at the Paris Spa by Mandara. Receive full body, facial, hand and foot treatments, as well as poolside massages in private cabanas.