Paris Las Vegas Resort & Casino
What We Love
- Practicing our French accents at the top of the 46-story Eiffel Tower
- Morning pastries and café au lait at Cafe Belle Madeleine
- Recovering from the night before with a hot stone massage at the Mandara Spa
What To Know
- Ask for a Strip-facing room so you can see Bellagio’s fountains across the street
- There’s a monorail stop right behind the hotel
- As with nearly all Vegas hotels, there’s a daily resort fee
- Free WiFi
- Handicap Accessible
- Parking On Site
With almost 3,000 rooms, the Paris is a mega-hotel that’s busy at all hours of the day and night, whether it’s visitors betting the house at the casino, partying at the Chateau rooftop club, or splashing in the pool at the base of the half-scale Eiffel Tower replica. It’s practically its own city—and while it’s not quite Paris, it does comes close with restaurants like Mon Ami Gabi, which has a classic bistro menu and 80-strong list of French wines. There are plenty of all-American touches, too, like the Beer Park with picnic table seating, 100 brands of beer, dozens of TVs and a view of the Strip—perfect for spending a few hours outdoors and away from the artificial lights and “what-day-is-it?” atmosphere of the casinos. With bakeries selling baguettes and a Rue de la Paix-esque street of chic shops, Paris Las Vegas is a beautifully constructed fantasy in a city built on them.
In the Area
Paris has one of the best locations on the Strip, right across the road from the Bellagio and its famous fountain show. Strolling over to the Bellagio and through its botanical gardens is a nice refresher from the stores selling cheesy t-shirts and yard-high beer glasses along the Strip, as is the Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art, which hosts a series of temporary exhibits coordinated with some of the best museums in the world. Hopping in a cab and heading down to “Old Vegas,” centered around Fremont Street, is a fun way to spend an evening; it’s home to older casinos with cheaper tables, and a nightly light show displayed on the street’s curved roof, as well as possessing a slightly rundown, kitschy aesthetic that’s completely charming. Stop for a sour ale at Atomic Liquors, a free-standing bar that dates back to 1945 and was a favorite of the Rat Pack.
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over all just a great place thanks for the clean and nice room check in was not fum very long lines we were to have free parking and did not food was good place was clean if i come back to town i would stay at the paris
Third time in Vegas, first time staying at Paris. Previously stayed at the Bellagio (beautiful) and the Luxor (terrible). We were really looking forward to our week long stay at the Paris and revisiting some nice restaurants.
We enjoyed Hexx restaurant and were very impressed by both the service and the food.
The Eiffel Tower restaurant was lovely offering great service and food also.
Mon Ami Gabi was disappointing this time.... felt squeezed in and food was overdone.
The buffet was disappointing. There was an awful smell every time we walked past the buffet and we couldn't quite determine if it was coming from the buffet or the sushi restaurant but it was disgusting and put us off even trying Moritanos.
Overall, We were very disappointed.
First night we went into Ballys to try their slots and a waitress spilt an entire tray of drinks over me...she was apologetic and gave me some towels.....but that was the end of our night as i had to have a shower and send all my clothing to the dry cleaners. Not a great beginning to our trip!
The concierge weren't friendly at all and don't even compare to the great service from the concierge at Bellagio and even the concierge at Luxor who both went above and beyond to offer their services.
Slots were very tight and not exciting on the floor.
The initial room we had booked was a corner room on level 15. We were impressed with the size of the room, comfortable size for two people with two windows, one overlooking a car park and the other offering a glimpse of the strip. Seemed to be a quiet section of the hotel. Upon checkin we were advised that minimal construction work was going on and we wouldn't hear it from our room anyway. This was not true. From 8am each morning we clearly heard construction work (jackhammering). After a couple of days we complained to reception and were advised that construction would only be that day and from 10:30-1pm. The jackhammering stopped but was replaced with the sound of someone manually trying to remove tiles from 8am each day.
Housekeeping were professional and nice however every time we left our room we'd return a few hours later to find our room still not cleaned. One day we had an afternoon nap (due to being woken early in morning from construction) and security came into our room to do a "security check" because our room hadn't been cleaned the day before (even though it had been cleaned that morning). It was an inconvenience and we should have been advised that that was a possibility of happening.
After complaining a third time to reception (this time to the manager) of having 5 mornings of waking up due to construction and the security guard coming into our room we were moved to another room for our last two nights (Saturday & Sunday). They upgraded us to a beautiful suite on the 32nd floor with separate powder room, spa bath, huge dining table and lounge room, kitchenette with coffee machine, two tv's, and numerous windows overlooking the Bellagio fountains and the strip. The suite was beautiful. Unfortunately, we could clearly hear the dj and the nightclub until 4am on the Saturday night. It was as if we were actually in the nightclub.
Finally we were able to get some sleep on our last evening and, as we had a late evening flight, we were happy to be able to check out at 1pm. Check out was quick with no issues.
I don't think we will be staying at the Paris again...... may not even set foot in the Paris casino again or any Caesars affiliated resort/casino.
Booked a couple nmionths in advance. Good communication, concierge was attentive to our needs. Room was quite nice only complaint being newly rmodeled so still had that construction smell. Clean, roomy enough for two very nice bathroom with tub and stand alone shower.
I struggled a little bit with how to rate this hotel. My friend and I booked the cheapest room possible, but upon check-in learned that we'd been upgraded to a suite on the 32nd floor. The room itself was AMAZING with AMAZING views and just made our weekend perfect. Which made it tough to complain to the front desk when we found urine on the floor of the bedroom, still wet when we checked in at 12:30 in the morning. We smelled it but thought it was just a musty smell from carpets being recently shampooed. But when my friend accidentally kneeled in it we figured out what it really was. Not wanting to deal with anybody coming up to the room that late we let the front desk know on our way out the next morning. The room smelled a lot better when we came back later in the day, but the stain was still there. We threw a towel over it so we wouldn't step in it, but didn't check to see if it was dry.
There were some other minor working order issues with the room, but it otherwise seemed very clean and the decor was beautiful. We didn't bring the urine up again because, quite honestly, it was tough to complain when we were upgraded to such an amazing room. Also, it seemed like a very Vegas problem to have so it kind of added to the experience (looking for the positive, haha).
I think my only complaint about the hotel itself is the looong and crowded walk from the check-in area to the elevators. The other places I've stayed in Vegas had much shorter and less crowded distances (not through the casino floor) to go.
Clean room and big screen TV set. Huge shower cabin and rain shower head. Convenient access to cafe close to the elevators. Fancy Gordon Ramsey steakhouse is in the lobby.
$15 daily parking is more than other hotels on the strip, but not too much for a popular city.