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.
How to Get There
The accommodations are nice, but keep in mind that the pool/hot tub hours are from 10 AM until 6 PM only and a hefty resort fee is applied to every night stay. There is no coffee in the rooms so be prepared to find the nearest coffee shop in downstairs lobby.
Room was in bad location and noisy. Cleaning service was really bad. They only fixed the bed and left. Cannot open my curtains because all I see is the roof and the pipes and Ac units. In room dining not enough selection
I was taking a nap during the day with a do not disturb sign on my door. Suddenly there was someone knocking at my door and he barged in. When I complained to management they told me it was because of the shooting incident at Mandalay Bay. They said that " hotel ambassadors " were doing routine security checks .