Paris Las Vegas

3655 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109
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A European vacation in the middle of the desert? Anything is possible in Las Vegas. Paris Las Vegas has lovely theming, rooms with Parisian decor, and even its own Eiffel Tower. Truly, every aspect of this hotel is committed to its French theme. From the moment of booking, you will be able to choose between small rooms decorated with themes of the French countryside, to suites meant to feel like a French chateau, to grand luxury suites that Napoleon himself would have appreciated. Further amenities in your room at Paris Las Vegas include an LED TV, separate bathtub and shower, a refrigerator, and available in-room massage. Besides your room or suite, Paris Las Vegas has amazing amenities available resort-wide. For instance, a full-service spa is on property, along with a sauna, steam room, and hair salon. You can also get all of your shopping done on-site at the many gift shops at Paris. Meetings and events can also be held at Paris Las Vegas, including anything from a small business retreat to a grand wedding. There are amazing spaces here for rent, including the Chateau Roof Garden, which sits just under the Eiffel Tower itself, or the Champagne Ballroom and Versailles Ballroom with dripping chandeliers. For more business-like meetings, you can set up the last two venues as a meeting space.

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Burgundy Room 2 Queen Beds Pool View

2 Queen Beds Overlooking the pool Relax - In-room massage available Internet - WiFi Entertainment - 42-inch flat-screen TV with cable channels and pay movies Food & Drink - Refrigerator and room service Sleep - Blackout drapes/curtains and bed sheets Bathroom - Private bathroom, separate bathtub and shower, designer toiletries, and a hair dryer Practical - Safe, iron/ironing board, and desk; rollaway/extra beds available on request Comfort - Climate-controlled air conditioning and daily housekeeping Eco-friendly - Eco-friendly toiletries, recycling bin, and LED light bulbs Non-Smoking

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Burgundy Room 2 Queen Beds Eiffel View

2 Queen Beds 388-sq-foot room with resort views Relax - In-room massage available Internet - WiFi Entertainment - 42-inch flat-screen TV with cable channels and pay movies Food & Drink - Refrigerator and room service Sleep - Premium bedding, blackout drapes/curtains, and bed sheets Bathroom - Private bathroom, separate bathtub and shower, designer toiletries, and a hair dryer Practical - Safe, iron/ironing board, and desk; rollaway/extra beds available on request Comfort - Climate-controlled air conditioning and daily housekeeping Eco-friendly - Eco-friendly toiletries, recycling bin, and LED light bulbs Smoking

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Burgundy Executive Suite King

1 King Bed Relax - In-room massage available Internet - WiFi Entertainment - 42-inch flat-screen TV with cable channels and pay movies Food & Drink - Refrigerator and room service Sleep - Blackout drapes/curtains and bed sheets Bathroom - Private bathroom, separate bathtub and shower, designer toiletries, and a hair dryer Practical - Safe, iron/ironing board, and desk; rollaway/extra beds available on request Comfort - Climate-controlled air conditioning and daily housekeeping Eco-friendly - Eco-friendly toiletries, recycling bin, and LED light bulbs Non-Smoking

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Burgundy Executive Suite 2 Queen Beds

1 King Bed 860 sq feet Layout - Separate sitting area Relax - In-room massage available Internet - WiFi Entertainment - 42-inch flat-screen TV with cable channels and pay movies Food & Drink - Refrigerator, coffee/tea maker, and room service Sleep - Premium bedding, blackout drapes/curtains, and bed sheets Bathroom - Private bathroom, separate bathtub and shower, designer toiletries, and a hair dryer Practical - Safe, iron/ironing board, and desk; rollaway/extra beds available on request Comfort - Climate-controlled air conditioning and daily housekeeping Eco-friendly - Eco-friendly toiletries, recycling bin, and LED light bulbs Non-Smoking

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Swimming Pools at the Paris Las Vegas

One thing that the real city of Paris can't provide is a swimming pool right next to the Eiffel Tower. At Paris Las Vegas, the Pool á Paris is a massive two-acre complex that transports swimmers overseas in a unique way. While desert winters may be cold, the Paris Las Vegas pool is heated and is open seasonally. Also known as the Soleil Pool, this gorgeous, angular swimming hole is adorned with white planters and poolside loungers for guests looking for easy water access. Walk into the pool complex from the second floor of the resort, under ivy-lined pergolas and with Tour Eiffel—that's "Eiffel Tower" in French—ready to greet pool guests of all ages. Access is extra simple for Bally's Las Vegas guests, who can visit if their pool has shut its doors for the season. Staying nearby, but still want to visit the Paris Las Vegas pool? Guests of other Caesars properties can stop by this signature pool complex and enjoy it alongside hotel guests. When it comes time to enjoy the pool, reserve your cabana early, as they're hot-ticket items for the Paris pool. Poolside loungers are first come, first serve as well, so get there early in the day to settle into your spot.

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Paris Las Vegas is a Pet Friendly hotel

Want to bring your dog along with you to Paris Las Vegas? As part of the Caesars Entertainment PetStay program, Paris Las Vegas has rooms just for them. Arrive in your room to a welcome treat for your pup and a provided dog food and water bowl. An informative packet will tell you where potty areas are, where guests are allowed to walk dogs and where the nearest veterinarians are. There is some special pampering in store for the humans, as well. You’ll love that these rooms have a tub, valet laundry service and a mini bar. When it's time for your pet to relax in the room on its own, be sure that they remain in an in-room crate until you return. Crate rentals are available upon request. Bring up to two pooches with you, as long as they each weigh less than 50 pounds. Each dog will add extra fees per night to your bill, along with a deposit. You will be asked to sign a waiver, accepting responsibility for cleaning and damage. Your pooch will love Paris Las Vegas. Ask about pet-friendly rooms—for the perfect canine chateaus—when booking a room with On The Strip.

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Paris Las Vegas is a Family Friendly hotel

Paris Las Vegas has many things to do on the strip, no matter what your age or the size of your party. Therefore, it is a family-friendly hotel, as well as perfect for couples or those traveling on business.

For a Vegas trip that includes immediate family or extended groups, stay in a two-bedroom suite, or book adjoining rooms to keep the family together. To stay local, dive into the pool with the whole family for fun afternoons in the sun.Then, spend your days walking the Las Vegas Strip, catching shows at the Bellagio Fountains, seeing great shows and dining at French-themed restaurants.

For an ultimate family bonding experience—and to travel to Paris without leaving the Strip—travel to the top of the tower and dine with a view of Vegas that the family will remember forever. Other activities, such as the spa and nearby golf courses, are available to all age groups for daytime fun.

Paris Hotel is close to other properties, such as Bally’s and The LINQ, which are within walking distance to offer fun shopping for both kids and adults.

Family members of gambling age will also love the Paris Hotel casino, which is a classy affair where the hours pass quickly.

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Paris Las Vegas is in the Middle of the Strip

Paris has one of the best locations on the entire Las Vegas Strip. The statuesque resort—along with its life-size replicas of iconic Parisian monuments—are located right in the middle, making it an ideal location for many visitors looking to explore the Las Vegas Strip.

For prime views, Bellagio and its famous fountains are right across the street. Visitors can view the Fountains of Bellagio not only from the comfort of their Strip view rooms, but also from the onsite restaurants like Mon Ami Gabi, a French style gourmet cafe with a Las Vegas Strip breakfast, and the luxe outdoor patio at Hexx. Watch people passing on the sidewalk at Cafe Americano during the morning hours, and catch the view from Chateau nightclub, which is located underneath the Eiffel Tower, after the sun sets.

A roster of other coveted resort properties reside near Paris Las Vegas in the middle of the Strip. To the north is Bally’s, which is connected to Paris itself by a walkway. You’ll then reach multiple other hotels, including Caesars Palace and Planet Hollywood. The Cosmopolitan and The Cromwell are also situated within walking distance, and there are several options for transportation nearby as well, to enjoy the entirety of Las Vegas Boulevard with all of the accessibility needed.

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Paris Las Vegas has rooms with Jacuzzis

It’s hard to imagine a Las Vegas vacation without every possible luxury. That’s why many tourists and business travelers alike opt for rooms with a jetted tub. Seeing as Paris Las Vegas is known for its signature romantic ambiance and accommodations to match, this Strip resort has several Jacuzzi accommodations.

The Jacuzzis in Paris Las Vegas are a serene experience that aim to rejuvenate guests. If you are staying in a standard room and would prefer a Jacuzzi, choose an End Hallway room. Or, stay in a PetStay room, and enjoy the comfort of a whirlpool tub while Fido relaxes on a dog bed close by.  Suites have spa Jacuzzi tubs as well, with more space in the bathrooms and added touches. Choose from Petite Suites, Executive Suites and Premium Suites, which all include Jacuzzis, and settle into oversized spa tubs surrounded by marble finishes and cozy lighting.

Separate showers are available in select rooms with Jacuzzi tubs, for added options to achieve maximum relaxation. You’ll also love the high end bath products provided as you soak away a day of sightseeing. Inquire about a hot tub room when booking your next Las Vegas getaway, to bring the spa experience right into your suite.

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Paris Las Vegas is a Hotel with Rooms

Paris Las Vegas has many rooms to choose from. Their most standard rooms are 390 square feet. Newly renovated, you’ll notice custom accent pieces complimenting the French Countryside decorations. Rooms are stocked with either Gilchrist and Soames or Jose Eber bath products.

You may choose between two queen beds or one king. Some rooms have a pool view, for a higher charge. Or, be dazzled with the lights of the Las Vegas Strip and choose a room with a view of the Eiffel Tower.

For a more significant upgrade, book an “End Hallway” room. These are larger, with 400 square feet. There is also a tub, where smaller rooms only have a shower. You’ll also receive additional valet laundry service during your stay.

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Paris Las Vegas is a Hotel with Smoking Rooms

Most Caesars properties allow smoking within reason. As an affiliated property—and an authentic resort that is reminiscent of real Parisian culture—Paris Las Vegas allows smoking in certain rooms, bringing the smoky charm of Paris right to your Vegas trip.

Basic Burgundy Rooms, End Hallway Rooms, Pool and Eiffel Tower View Rooms, Petite Suites and Executive Suites all have smoking options to choose from. Stroll from your room to the casino floor, where shops and restaurants are modeled like the real city of Paris. The hotel’s large casino allows smoking throughout the real estate. In addition, Davidoff Boutique is featured at the hotel and sells high-end, premium cigars for you to try. Find it on Le Boulevard to take care of all tobacco needs that will elevate traditional cigarettes and cigars with products of superior quality.

To book accommodations that allow smoking, simply choose one of the smoking rooms in Las Vegas at booking. There is a slightly higher charge for these rooms, though the price difference is often minimal. Keep in mind that only select rooms are allowed at Paris Las Vegas, and a fine may incur from smoking in non-designated areas. When booking your room with On The Strip, inquire about rooms and suites that allow smoking.

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Paris Las Vegas has rooms with a view of the Strip

Paris Las Vegas has one of the best Strip locations. Thus, it offers some of the best Strip views. Many of its standard rooms have this optimal view, so be sure to inquire about this option as you book your trip. Executive Suites with king beds have an Eiffel Tower view, as well as many other suites to see the Strip. Check out our Las Vegas Map 2022 to form your itinerary.

Your room at Paris won’t just overlook the Eiffel tower. In fact, this hotel is directly across Las Vegas Boulevard from the Bellagio Fountains. If you’re lucky enough to snag a room with this view, you’ll be able to watch the shows throughout day and night. Be sure to keep your television sound down, to try to hear the music that accompanies every show.

The rooms aren’t the only view offered. Climb the Eiffel tower to gaze out onto all of the Strip sights from the structure’s Observation Deck. At 46 stories in the air, there’s no bad time to ascend this replica during hours of operation—but we’d recommend going to the top at night. The glittering Vegas Strip complements the Eiffel Tower’s lights in a fashion that makes this experience both romantic and unforgettable.

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Paris Las Vegas has Suites

Paris Las Vegas hosts guests in some wonderful suites that deserve some waxing poetic. The one bedroom Lemans Petite Suite is over twice as large as the standard Vegas hotel room and has its own wet bar. The bathroom even has a luxurious spa tub, to slow down the pace of a high-energy Las Vegas Strip trip. The next step up is the Giverny Petite Suite, with 60 square feet more. Both the Lemans and Giverny Suites have king bed or two queen bed options, and contain contemporary furniture and decor.

Base your business trip from the Paris Hotel Executive Suites. These rooms have a modern European flair, accentuated by views of the Eiffel Tower when you book the king bed option. A wet bar will add to the feeling of a chic European stay as you mix a cocktail with a Strip view.

For more French influence, the Charlemagne Premium Suite has almost 1,000 square feet of elegance you will love. Soak in your spa tub and fall asleep on your pillow-top king bed. Or, choose to stay in the St. Tropez Suite. With a marble bathroom, whirlpool tub and chandeliers, this suite will feel like a romantic Parisian getaway.

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Paris Las Vegas has Two Bedroom Suites

Looking for the feel of a French chateau? The Empire Suites and Louis XV Suite have two bedrooms styled as exactly that.

This massive room also has five bathrooms and a den, with Eiffel Tower views to accentuate the suite’s elegant details. Spend your evenings hosting guests with a small grand piano and wet bar, enclosed in a separate seating area from the bedrooms. The entertainment also spreads far beyond the living room. TVs mounted throughout the rooms allow for uninterrupted enjoyment of movie and TV show favorites for every suite guest, with all of the privacy necessary.

Paris Las Vegas is known for its romantic aesthetic, and the red decor and alluring details make it all the more inviting.For another accommodation, the Louis XV Suite is an escape into the posh elegance of French royalty. Enjoy several thousand square feet of velvet-draped decadence and living quarters adorned in tapestries laced with gold.

Hoping for a less grandiose option for a two bedroom suite? Some Deluxe Suites are available with two bedrooms. Indicate this at booking by calling ahead. If there are no two bedroom Deluxe Suites available, request two adjoining rooms when booking a room with On The Strip.

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Paris Las Vegas has Three Bedroom Suites

When thinking about a Las Vegas vacation, it’s easy to picture glamorous couples attending a world-class show, dining at one of the best restaurants on the Strip, and sampling expensive bottles of champagne before returning to their luxurious room. Paris’ three bedroom offering is just that glitzy.

For a three bedroom suite at Paris Las Vegas, you’ll need to be planning something truly extravagant. The Napoleon Suite not only has three bedrooms, but also five bathrooms. The entirety of the suite is decorated in the Versailles style, with red and gold accents and fabric covered walls. Like the Empire Suite, there is also a baby grand piano for your guests’ entertainment, or a moonlit serenade with a loved one.

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More About Paris Las Vegas

Explore Paris Las Vegas

Paris Las Vegas is a perfect marriage of Sin City entertainment and City of Lights romance. You’re sure to enjoy your time at Paris with plenty to see, do and experience.

The History of Paris Las Vegas

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The Paris Las Vegas hotel casino project was announced in 1995 and in September 1999, was opened to the fanfare of fireworks and a French actress. Since its opening, it has been an easily recognizable feature of the Las Vegas landscape and easily one on the list of cool places to go on the Strip.

The Tower is not the only feature that pays homage to the City of Lights. It is joined out front by a large Montgolfier-balloon sign, a two-thirds size replica of the Arc de Triomphe and even a replica of the famous La Fontaine de Mers. There are architectural features reminiscent of the Louvre Museum, the Paris Opera House and the Musee d’Orsay as well.

It’s not only the architecture that brings the City of Lights to Las Vegas. You will find restaurants and bars throughout the interior that bring Paris to life. Cobblestone walkways and chandeliers are just a few of the French-inspired touches you’ll find. The rooms and suites bring the chic sophistication of French design much closer to home.

Paris Las Vegas Hotel and Casino is centrally located on the East side of Las Vegas Boulevard, directly across from Bellagio. As with any Las Vegas resort, the Paris has gone through many changes over its 20-plus years but the air of romance and flair for French style has remained.

The Resort

Rooms

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There are three room options: the Classic, the Burgundy and the Red. When upgrading to a Burgundy room, you’ll enjoy a simple, chic decor that’s not to be understated. The Red Room brings a new level of sophistication with bold, bright colors and enhanced room features. Rooms on the higher floors are larger, furnished with plush sofas and other comforts.

Suites

There is a suite of every size for any budget from a meager offering to a penthouse on the strip. A Classic Suite is an upgrade on the lowest tier room offering while the Napoleon Suite includes several rooms each with King beds and a long list of luxurious amenities.

Specialty Suites

For those with limited mobility, the Lyons Suite is equipped with roll-in showers and other features designed to make your stay at the Paris as relaxed as possible for those with limited mobility. Please note the Lemans Suites are designated for guests who guests who vacation with pets.

Eiffel Tower Views

Nearly all of the various rooms and suites are available with a view of the Eiffel Tower. If you’d love a great view from your room, be sure to choose an “Eiffel View” or “High Floor” when booking your stay.

Wedding Chapels

Get married with all the romance of Paris without the long flight, plus with the excitement of Las Vegas. Five chapel wedding packages include your choice of one of their two on-site chapels. For a truly over-the-top experience, pop the question or say your vows from the Eiffel Tower viewing deck overlooking the lights and sounds of the city.

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Meeting & Convention Space

Nothing says elegance like a French ballroom. The grand decor of the various ballrooms is sure to make it one your guests will remember. The smaller Versailles Ballroom is perfect for more intimate events of 750 guests or fewer, while the Paris Ballroom can accommodate more than 8,000.

Various configurations can create the perfect venue for your reception, conference, networking event, or other large gatherings. The Paris ballrooms are some of the finest that Las Vegas offers.

Pools

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The Pool a Paris was recently renovated. Not only does it offer fantastic views of the Eiffel Tower located right next to it but also a two-acre pool deck with amenities for everyone.

Lounge Chairs and Daybeds

Lounge chairs are available on a “first-come, first-serve” basis. Reservations are recommended to ensure your place by the pool. Rentals include complimentary bottles of water.

Cabanas

Private cabanas are available for families and other large parties. Each is equipped with sofas, dining tables with chairs, a television, and other amenities. Complimentary bottles of water, cocktail service, and other perks await those looking for a posh rendezvous to one of the best pool-side views in Vegas.

Paris Theatre

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Formerly known as Le Theatre Des Arts, the Paris Theatre is a vision of centuries past. A Moliere play would be just as comfortable here as the modern shows gracing the stage, having been host to such stars at Salt-N-Pepa and Friends! The Music Parody.

There are typically a few recurring shows at the Paris Theatre, as well as concerts and other one-time performances.

Parking

Parking at the Paris Las Vegas hotel casino is shared with the Bally’s Hotel and Casino property next door. The first three hours are free for locals with a valid Nevada ID. Charges will vary depending on how long you are parked.

Please note the self-parking garage has a relatively low clearance. If you need higher vehicle clearance, you’ll park at the Flamingo located just north.

Valet Parking

Surcharges apply for valet parking, and it’s recommended that you tip the driver as well. Those with platinum tier Caesar’s Rewards status enjoy complimentary valet services.

Transportation

A designated pick-up area is located near the Eiffel Tower Paris Box Office for tour and airport shuttles, rideshares, and similar transportation. It’s between the bridge to the Tower and Le Bar Du Sport.

Shuttle service to the Rio All-Suite hotel and casino leaves regularly from the designated pick-up area. Limo and town car service is available as well.

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Las Vegas Monorail

The Bally’s & Paris station on the Las Vegas Monorail is the perfect way to get around the Strip if you’d like to save some time and energy walking. One-ride tickets can give you a taste of what the monorail can do, but we recommend an unlimited ride pass for one, five or seven days depending on the length of your stay.

Notables

Voie Spa & Salon

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The Voie Spa at Paris spans over 25,000 square feet and offers modern treatments and services in a setting reminiscent of the French countryside.

As if that wasn’t relaxing enough, The Voie also features a salon. Treat your hair and nails to the same luxurious pampering as your skin and body to feel utterly spoiled while on your Vegas vacation to Paris.

Feel free to shop the Voie Store after your pampering to purchase products used during your spa and salon treatments and take the relaxation home with you.

Fitness Center

Equipped with everything from treadmills to free weights, the Fitness Center will allow you to keep up your workout routine even when away from home.

Paris Business Lounge

An on-site Business Lounge will ensure you can take care of emails, faxes, and even shipping and printing while at the hotel. With a wide variety of business services available, you won’t need your office to get things done.

Restaurants

Looking for a great dinner, awesome lunch, or the best breakfast in Las Vegas? Whether located in the casino, on Le Boulevard or even in the Eiffel Tower itself, you’re sure to find a delicious meal to satisfy any craving among the Las Vegas restaurants. Be adventurous and try one of the many French-themed eateries or stick with tried-and-true favorite fares. The Paris also offers room service.

Eiffel Tower Restaurant

If you’re looking for a romantic dinner in Las Vegas, you can’t get much better than the Eiffel Tower Restaurant. Located more than 100 feet above Las Vegas Boulevard, you’ll have stunning views of the Strip and various attractions like the Bellagio Fountains. The French-inspired menu designed by Chef J. Joho will take you to the City of Lights while enjoying the lights of Las Vegas.

Cafe Americano

This is an authentic sidewalk cafe experience and a perfect place to grab your morning coffee before you head out to explore the Las Vegas Strip. Try the authentic beignets and other French specialties.

Gordon Ramsay Steak

With a London-esque atmosphere and the highest quality ingredients prepared to absolute perfection, Gordon Ramsay’s fine steakhouse is one of the best in Vegas. You can even try his famed Beef Wellington.

HEXX Kitchen + Bar

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HEXX is a truly unique experience. You’ll find favorites like pizza and sandwiches with a diverse American menu, elevated to a status worthy of the restaurant’s Strip-side location. Sip one of their distinctive drinks while people-watching, one of Vegas’ most popular activities.

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Cafe Belle Madeleine

If it’s a perfect cup of coffee paired with a Parisian pastry that’s perked your taste buds, then you want to stop by Cafe Belle Madeleine. The cozy cafe is perfect for a relaxing cup but feel free to order to-go if you’re in a rush.

JJ’s Boulangerie

The Boulangerie is the perfect place for a quick breakfast or lunch. All pastries, bread, and pizza dough are prepared fresh, and you can watch bakers expertly do just that. If the aroma doesn’t pull you in, the bustling bistro atmosphere definitely will.

La Creperie

There is nothing that speaks French more than a crepe. La Creperie prepares both savory and dessert crepes in a wide variety of combinations, all handmade to order. They are perfect for a quick bite. You’ll even order from a walk-up window along the sidewalk in true French fashion.

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Brioche by Guy Savoy

Guy Savoy pairs the delicious and flaky brioche pastry with delicious coffee. Yet another French favorite, these pastries can be both sweet or savory. This is a grab-and-go shop, so stop by Brioche if you’re on the run and need a quick bite, this is the place.

Mon Ami Gabi French Restaurant

The best in French cuisine has come to Las Vegas and, of course, it’s located in the Paris. Mon Ami Gabi is an authentic bistro-style restaurant that transports you to the City of Lights with its charming ambiance and carefully curated menu. Many of their more popular wines from the complete 80-wine list will be making their way through the tables on a rolling cart, ready to serve by the glass or bottle.

Bars

Take in a cabaret show while enjoying a cocktail or go for a more “take me out to the ball game” feel at the Beer Park. There’s a bar and drink for everyone at the resort.

Gustav’s Las Vegas Bar

Gustav’s is a lively bar situated just off the casino floor and between the legs of the Tower. Ask for your beer or mixed drink in an Eiffel Tower-shaped souvenir glass while you play a hand of poker at a bar top machine.

Le Bar Du Sport

This bar is appropriately located near the Race & Sportsbook. Surrounded by multiple screens, you can place your bets next door and then have a bite to eat with a cold drink while you watch the game. Be sure to ask about some of their specialty cocktails.

Le Cabaret Bar

The bar is just off the casino floor but feels almost private once you step inside. You’ll have a private bistro-style table in a lounge designed to feel more like a lush garden than a casino bar. If you’re up for something new, try the Cabaret Colada.

Le Central Bar

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Le Central’s signature drink is The Dignitary, and it certainly fits the atmosphere. Whether you are watching the people stroll by or the games on the many TVs, you will do so under elegant and ornate chandeliers and a painted blue-sky ceiling.

Napoleon’s Lounge

It wouldn’t be a Paris experience without a piano bar. Napoleon’s Lounge has a distinct vintage-Vegas vibe, taking you back a few decades to the highlight of the Las Vegas Strip. The Lounge is perfect for young and old, featuring a cigar lounge, a classic cocktail menu, and even dueling pianos every night. As long as you’re over 21, that is.

Beer Park

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As a bar and grill with an air of an All-American baseball stadium, it’s truly a unique Vegas rooftop experience. You’ll find ballpark classics like smoked meats, all elevated to a “next level” flavor. Keep up with your team’s score, play a yard game, or hang out with the crowd at the old ball game.

Alexxa’s Bar

Share a punch bowl with your friends while enjoying creative, small-bite plates at this sophisticated, modern bar. The drink menu at Alexxa’s includes specialty cocktails, their signature sangrias, and even mega cocktails like a Celebration Mega Mojito or the Fiesta Mega Margarita.

Entertainment

Shows and Events

Paris Las Vegas is one of the many hubs for shows and events in Las Vegas. Simply check our Las Vegas Strip Map for everywhere you can go and check back for more information.

Nightclubs and Dayclubs

Chateau Nightclub & Rooftop

The Chateau rooftop nightclub is a favorite hangout spot for many celebrities coming to Las Vegas to party. Some of your favorite celebrity DJs have even been invited to this hotspot.

The views from Chateau are breathtaking, but you’ll have to make a reservation to see them. Be sure to dress the part when you arrive at this upscale, electric nightclub situated just under the replica Eiffel Tower.

Other Attractions

Eiffel Tower Viewing Deck

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The viewing deck is located 46 stories up on the Paris Las Vegas Eiffel Tower. It’s a one-half scale replica of the original, and the views from this height are just as breathtaking. There’s none other like it on Las Vegas Boulevard. It’s also quite the romantic spot for a marriage proposal or to say “I do.”

Nightly Light Show

Starting at sundown, the lights of the Eiffel Tower will change with enhanced lighting and effects. The light show is scheduled every half hour until midnight. Those with an Eiffel Tower view room will have a fantastic view of the show.

Casino

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The Paris Las Vegas hotel casino offers a truly one-of-a-kind gambling experience with a casino floor that looks like a Parisian neighborhood. Read more about the casino at Paris Las Vegas.

Shopping

Las Vegas offers terrific opportunities for shopping. Most of the shops at the Paris are located on Le Boulevard, but others are located in the hotel lobby or near the casino floor. There is a little something for everyone, whether you’re shopping for yourself or those back home.

Retail Shops

Davidoff Boutique

Whether you’re a “newbie” or you know your way around a cigar shop, you’ll love a walk around the Davidoff Boutique. Their staff is ready to help you find exactly what you need, from cigars to accessories.

Les Elements

You’ll find French-inspired home and garden decor at Les Elements. Pick up something new for your home, office, or as a special gift.

Perola

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Perola offers the most refined and luxurious beauty products and cosmetics. Try their vast array of perfumes and colognes.

La Presse

A newsstand straight out of Paris, La Presse carries the most current newspapers and magazines along with drinks, snacks and tobacco products. It’s also open 24 hours if you need something in a hurry.

Paris Line

A women’s fashion boutique, Paris Line offers apparel from casual dresses to the finest evening wear. Designer apparel and accessories are also available. If you forgot to pack an outfit for the occasion, you’d find it here.

Misura

The finest European names in fashion for men, Misura offers designers such as Rock Revival, Tommy Bahama, and Hugo Boss, among many others. They offer apparel and shoes as well as accessories.

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Perfume De Paris

Some of the best perfumes in the world are heralded from Paris, and you will find them here at Perfume De Paris along with high-quality, luxury cosmetics.

Hotel Gift Shops

Eiffel Tower Gift Shop

You’ll want to bring home a souvenir or two, and you’ll find plenty at the Eiffel Tower Gift Shop. They stock souvenirs of all kinds, from clothing to candles and magnets to blankets.

Le Journal

Another one-stop shop for Paris and Las Vegas souvenirs, Le Journal stocks drinks, snacks, adult beverages, cigarettes, cigars, and more. It’s open 24/7, so you can grab what you need no matter the time.

Voie Store

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After your relaxing visit to the spa or salon, check out the Voie Store. They feature the same products used in their spa and gifts to keep the posh pampering going even at home.

Les Necessites

All the things you forgot to pack and everything you want to carry with you when you head out to experience the Las Vegas Strip can be found at Les Necessites.

Le Boulevard

This quaint row of shops looks and feels like an actual Paris street, even down to the cobblestone walkways that eventually lead to Bally’s Las Vegas. Spend some time at Paris doing some shopping at Le Boulevard.

The Future of Paris Las Vegas

As part of the Caesars Entertainment group of properties, Paris Las Vegas always has an eye toward the future and what new shops, restaurants, and entertainment it can provide the many guests it welcomes every year.

The Bedford by Martha Stewart

The iconic Martha Stewart’s new restaurant, The Bedford, will be opening its doors at the Paris in the spring of 2022. You’ll find country charm mindful of her own beloved country home, creating an intimate atmosphere.

Bobby’s Burgers by Bobby Flay

Also being welcomed to the Paris in Spring of 2022 is a new burger joint headed by celebrity chef Bobby Flay. His new location will focus on the classic American meals we all love, like burgers, fries and shakes. All of them with his own unique twist, of course.

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A European City Sets the Stage for Gambling Rewards at Paris

Savor a crepe at a sidewalk cafe or take in the breathtaking view from atop the Eiffel Tower. The ambiance at Paris Las Vegas feels so authentic, you may wonder whether you’re been swept away to the City of Lights.


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The Eiffel Tower at Paris Las Vegas has one thing the original doesn’t. The tower in Vegas has a casino attached. In this case, it’s one that offers comps that include, free rooms, food and drinks to select guests who sign up for their Players Card. You may be surprised at how little it takes to start receiving offers, whether or not you’re a heavy gambler.

Earn Caesars Rewards at the Paris Casino

Paris participates in the Caesars Rewards loyalty program. It offers two main types of rewards. Tier Credit establishes your player status at the resort at Gold, Platinum, Diamond or Seven Stars. Reward Credit determines how many points you have to spend at Paris Las Vegas or other Caesars properties.

For every Tier Credit earned, you receive one Reward Credit. Tier Credits have no dollar value and each Reward Credit equals one cent. That means you would have to accumulate 100 Reward Credits to earn $1. You may also get offers by mail or email for free nights, and accepting has no impact on your Rewards Credit balance.

Earn When you Book Your Room

Start earning when you reserve your room at Paris Hotel. Receive one Tier Credit and one Reward Credit for every $1 spent on room and resort fees. Paris has more than 2,900 rooms, most with views of the Eiffel Tower.

Collect Rewards While Drinking and Dining

Earn one Tier and one Reward Credit for every $1 spent at participating Paris Las Vegas restaurants including Gordon Ramsay Steak, Brioche by Guy Savoy and Cafe Belle Madeleine. Accumulate credits at most of the seven bars on the property, and Vanderpump À Paris which is opening soon. Catch a show at Le Theater des Arts and earn more credits when you pay for your ticket.

Eiffel Tower

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Collect points when you purchase a ticket to ride a glass elevator up 46 floors to the observation deck of the Eiffel Tower. The 541-foot tower is a half-size replica of the original. Tourists experience 360-degree views of the mountains, desert and strip from the open-air observation deck. The statuesque Las Vegas landmark is a symbol of our city’s skyline.

Shop and Earn

Does your dream vacation involve spending money outside the casino? Stroll down cobblestone streets and earn one Tier and one Reward Credit for every $1 spent at participating stores including Eiffel Tower Gift Shop, Pérola and Misura.

Relax and Earn

Swim in the shadow of the Eiffel Tower and earn one of each type of credit for every $1 spent on sundries, drinks and other purchases. Guests can use the fitness center and earn rewards while taking a time out at Voie Spa & Salon.

Comps and Promotions

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Accumulate Comps on Gambling Machines

Players earn one Tier Credit for every $5 put through a slot machine. It takes a $500 investment to earn 100 tier credits. Comps for all casino games vary based on game type, denomination and length of play. Gamblers earn one tier credit for every $10 deposited into a video poker machine. It takes longer to earn credits at video poker because the payout ratio is higher. Some machines are worth less, but those are clearly marked, according to the casino.

How Comps are Calculated

In the long run, the house keeps a piece of every dollar a gambler puts at risk in a casino. That’s why employees at Las Vegas casinos are happy to offer rewards to loyal gamblers. Comps are based on the average dollar amount a player is expected to lose each day, known as average daily theoretical or ADT. It’s the way a casino calculates what a player is worth to them.

To calculate your ADT, the pit boss observes your play. They record how much you cashed in and out for, how long you stayed at the table and how much you bet. Typically, an average bet of $25 per hand is required to have your play rated at a Las Vegas Strip casino. One way in which ADT is determined is by the expected loss of the game, multiplied by how long you play multiplied by the size of your wager. In the end, the casino comes up with a dollar figure representing how much it expects you to lose each day, and comps you around 20 to 30% of that amount.

  • Live Keno – One Reward Credit and one Tier Credit for every $3
  • Racing – One Reward Credit and one Tier Credit for every $3
  • Sportsbook – One Reward Credit and one Tier Credit for $5 in potential profit [up to 10x original bet]
  • Caesars Online Sportsbook – One Reward Credit and one Tier Credit for $5 in potential profit up to 10x original bet and available in Nevada

Back-End Comps

Hotel and casino guests who gamble frequently can request comps, and sometimes they will be granted. Charge everything to your room and, before checkout, go to the rewards desk and ask to speak to a casino host. Ask them to review your play and see if he can remove any of your charges.

How to get More Comps

You can’t get points without a players card, but there are still times it’s best not to use one. Primarily, when you don’t plan to gamble long or invest much money. Pretend you put $1000 into play on Saturday, then in a rush to catch your flight the next day, you can’t resist tapping the spin button a few more times. Do that and the high rating you earned Saturday will plummet. In situations like this, go ahead and play Sunday. Just don’t use your card.

It may take some of the fun out of gambling, but you’ll earn the most comps by draining your entire bankroll for the trip in one day at one casino. Gambling $600 on the same day earns a player a higher rating and more comps than betting $200 in chips each day for three days.

Always Take Advantage of Promotions

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From time to time, Caesars Rewards offers multipliers, giving guests bonus credits for every dollar spent. In late December 2021, a 5x Tier Credit multiplier event meant anyone lucky enough to be at a Caesars property could rack up Tier Credits at record speed. The extra credits aren’t applied automatically. Make sure to register for all promotions.

Inquire About a Casino Host 

Think of your casino host as you would a concierge at a hotel. A host will remember what you like and get you the best comps to suit your wants and needs. This includes things like upgraded rooms, limo rides to and from the airport and show tickets. Big betters are often pursued by casino hosts. If that hasn’t happened, a guest can ask the rewards desk to check his play to see if he qualifies.

Line of Credit

Large casinos like the Paris casino allow players to apply for a line of credit. This gives a player the freedom to gamble without carrying cash or being burdened by the constraints of daily ATM limits and fees. The minimum amount that can be requested at Paris is $2500. If approved, the casino gives you a marker that can be traded to the dealer for chips. Typically, a player has 30 days to pay off a marker, but the casino prefers you settle up before check-out.

Reward Tiers

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Gold Tier 

Guests automatically achieve Gold Tier status when they sign up for a players card. Each tier includes free or discounted rooms and one free night for every 5,000 credits earned.

Platinum Tier – 5,000 Tier Credits

Reach platinum status fast when you earn 2,500 Tier Credits in one promotional day and collect a 5,000 credit bonus. Get free valet and self-parking, a 15% discount at casino gift shops and a three-night stay at Atlantis, Paradise Island.

Diamond Tier – 15,000 Tier Credits

When you earn 5,000 Tier Credits in a single promotional day, you will be awarded 10,000 bonus credits and realize diamond status in one day. This includes 15% off rooms, no resort fees, a $100 dining credit and free valet and self-parking. Diamond status also comes with two free nights at Caesars Palace Dubai and a four-night stay at Atlantis, Paradise Island.

Diamond Plus – 25,000 Tier Credits

Diamond Plus comes with everything above and guarantees you a room in Las Vegas or Atlantic City with 72 hours notice.

Diamond Elite – 75,000 Tier Credits

Enjoy all the perks of the other tiers plus a $600 airline credit to Las Vegas.

Seven Stars Tier – 150,000 Tier Credits

Achieve Seven Stars Tier status and the benefits are tremendous. On top of everything already mentioned, upgrade to the best available room when you arrive and enjoy early check-in and late check-out. You’ll be treated to a $500 dining credit, a vacation with Norwegian Cruise Lines and a trip to one of Caesars Rewards destinations including up to $1200 for airfare and $500 for meals.

How do I Spend my Rewards Credits?

  • At Caesars Rewards Center for a comp slip
  • For items in the Caesars Rewards eCatalog
  • For casino Free Play at a 2:1 ratio [200 Reward Credits = $1]
  • Show your Rewards Card to cash out at restaurants, bars and shops, and to buy tickets for shows
  • Redeem rewards to pay for treatments at Voie Spa & Salon
  • Submit your Caesars Rewards account number at check-in and use your credits towards your bill at checkout
  • Reward Credits for gift cards and in-room movies are redeemed at a 2:1 ratio

Protect your Rewards Credits

Caesars Rewards members must use their players card at least once every six months or lose their Rewards Credits. There’s no minimum amount you’re required to spend to remain active. All it takes is one spin on the reels or a quick bite at the food court at any Caesars property in the United States. Members have to start at the bottom, however, when it comes to accumulating Tier Credits, which reset to zero every January.

Games at the Paris Las Vegas Casino

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Video Poker

Video Poker is a popular way to earn comps because it offers some of the best odds in the casino. Five cards are displayed on a video screen and players press the hold button under each card they chose to keep. The remaining cards are thrown out and redrawn when you spin the reels. There are mathematically correct cards to hold on every hand. Study strategy charts to learn how to always make the right move. Strategy charts are available online and in casino gift shops. You’re permitted to consult them while you play.

Slots

We’re always hearing about people winning hundreds of thousands or millions of dollars at Las Vegas casinos. It’s no wonder most of us harbor fantasies about winning life-changing money on Vegas slot machines. The Megabucks jackpot starts at $10 million and builds until someone claims the winning ticket. Gamblers can play Nevada’s Megabucks Progressive Slot Machines in more than 125 casinos across the state.

Before you bet max, and you should bet max if you’re playing for the progressive, learn about the disadvantages to playing progressive machines. Be aware that the payout percentage is much lower on progressive machines. In Nevada, the average $1 slot pays back 95%. The average $1 Megabucks pays back 88%. While there’s always hope for a big jackpot, you will receive fewer small payouts that result in more losing sessions.

Blackjack

Winning at blackjack is all about beating the dealer. It’s not about how close to 21 you can come, but about coming closer to 21 than the dealer without going over. Whoever’s total comes closest to 21 without busting at the end of the hand wins. The casino’s edge is reduced to 0.5% when a player follows perfect basic strategy. Basic strategy charts are available online and at casino gift shops. It will take around two weeks of serious study to master, or you can use the charts at the table as long as you don’t slow down the game.

When there are more high cards at 10 – ace than low cards at 2 – 6]left in the deck, it benefits the card counter and their table mates. Even though players and dealers will both get more blackjacks, it benefits the players more who are being paid 3:2. Another benefit of a high count, the dealer is going to bust more often because he’s forced to hit on anything under 17.

With the knowledge that high cards are coming, standing on hands as low as 12 turns out to be the right move for the player under some circumstances. A card counter increases his bets when the count turns positive and minimum bets or walks away from the table when the count is negative.

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Roulette

Exciting and easy to learn, roulette appeals to just about everyone in the casino. A player can pick up the game right away, which isn’t possible with many table games such as poker or craps. In roulette, players bet on the spin of a wheel marked with 36 numbers, a zero and a double zero. Casinos also have single zero, or European wheels, and triple zero wheels. Get the best odds on a single zero wheel, but you won’t find one in every casino. The safest wagers in roulette are red, black, odd, even, first 18 and second 18, also called outside bets. Players have slightly worse than 50/50 odds. The downside is they only payout even money. Gamblers can also wager on a number or a group or numbers. Cover your lucky number with a chip and watch the dealer give the wheel a forceful spin. The suspense builds as the entire table waits for the ball to settle into the winning slot. If it lands on the single number you chose, get paid 35:1, the top payout at the table. Had you bet $10, you would get your $10 dollars back plus an additional $350.

Craps

When it’s your turn to shoot, hold the dice in one hand, give them a shake and toss them to the far end of the table. Around 90% of players bet the Pass Line, or with the shooter, so when you roll a winning number, everyone wins. Roll seven or 11 on the come-out roll and any player with a bet on the Pass Line wins. Lose by rolling two, three or 12. Roll four, five, six, eight, nine or 10, and that becomes your come-out point.

Win by rolling that number again before rolling a seven. After a come-out point has been established, players can place another wager called an odds bet. It’s the only type of bet in the casino that doesn’t come with a house edge.

Baccarat

Baccarat started as a game for the elite. Now it is growing in popularity among the masses, largely because it is simple to play and the house edge is small. Before cards are dealt, bet on who will win the hand: player, banker or tie.  After the player places his bet, the player and the banker are dealt two cards face up.

The best hand in the game of baccarat is a nine. If the player or banker draws a total of eight or nine, he wins. If both hands total nine or eight, it’s a tie. Draw any other number and the banker consults the rule book which may recommend taking a third card. Get the best odds when you bet on the banker.

Pai Gow Poker

Place a bet, and the banker and player are each dealt seven cards. The Pai Gow Poker player has to make a two-card hand and a five-card hand that outrank the banker’s hands. Most of the time, the player and banker each win one hand and it’s a push.

Pai Gow Poker has made a few changes to traditional poker rankings. A wheel at ace – 5 is the second-highest straight in Pai Gow, only behind 10 – ace. In conventional poker, a wheel is the lowest straight. Pai Gow Poker has also removed the royal flush from the top spot among poker rankings and replaced it with five of a kind. A Pai Gow deck includes a joker that can be used as an ace or to complete a straight or flush.

Let it Ride Poker

Only your cards matter in this poker variant. You don’t have to beat the dealer or outmaneuver your opponents at the table to be profitable. It only takes 10’s or better to be a winner at Let it Ride. The game starts when a player places a bet in each of the three betting circles on the felt. He takes three cards and if he likes what he sees, the player slides the cards under his first wager to signal the dealer to unveil the first community card, or Let it Ride. Otherwise, he scratches the table with his cards to inform the dealer he wants to Pull Back his first bet.

The first community card is unveiled and the player can either Let it Ride or Pull Back his second bet, but the final bet stays on the table. After the dealer turns over the second community card, he reveals the players cards for evaluation.

Three Card Poker

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This game appeals to gamblers because there’s an element of skill involved. Win when your Three Card Poker hand beats the dealer’s. Some hand rankings differ from traditional poker. In Three Card Poker, three of a kind beats a straight and straight beats a flush. Straights and flushes only require three cards to complete.

Initiate play by betting the ante and optionally the Pair Plus and Six Card Bonus side bets. The player and dealer each get three cards, and it’s up to the player to raise or fold. When the player raises, the dealer shows his hand. Without queen high, the dealer can’t continue. If he doesn’t have a qualifying hand, only the player’s ante bet pays. Otherwise, the higher poker hand wins. The ante and the raise bets pay even money.

Pair Plus is a side bet that pays even money when you draw a pair, up to 40:1 for a straight flush. Before you place your chips on the felt, be aware the house advantage on this bet is 7.29%. A Six Card Bonus is a side bet that evaluates the best five-card hand you can make combining your cards and the dealer’s. Win the Six Card Bonus side bet with three of a kind or higher.

Gamblit Gaming

Compete against your friends playing video games to win real money. Don’t be surprised if your mind wanders back to a time your favorite hangout was the local arcade. The variety of classic video games make it easy to forget you’re in a casino. Gamblit Gaming offers interactive skill-based games for two to four players. In addition to Paris, Gamblit Gaming is offered at Caesars and The LINQ.

Sportsbook

Watch the game from the premium sports lounge at Caesars Race & Sportsbook at Paris Las Vegas. The walls in the dimly-lit sportsbook are decorated with horse racing murals. It has giant projection screens and monitors on every table to ensure you never miss a moment of the action. Sports fans can place bets on pro and college football and basketball, Major League Baseball, mixed martial arts and more.

High-Limit Table Games Room

Players prepared to bet $100 a hand can gamble in solitude in the High-Limit Table Games Room. The spacious area features mini-baccarat and blackjack tables. Paris also has a high-limit slot machine area reminiscent of a Parisian courtyard.

Visit the Paris Casino

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Exactly 130 table games and more than 1,700 slot machines occupy the 100,000 square foot casino floor at Paris Las Vegas. Now, after 17 years at the Rio, the World Series of Poker is moving to Paris and Bally’s in 2022. This year’s competition runs from May 31 to July 19, 2022.


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Rated 4.2/5 based on reviews from all travelers.

Good casino hotel. Close to CVS. Good for sightseeing and located near shopping areas.

Location
4.4 / 5
5996 reviews
Great location. Accessible by car, but parking is costly. Great location. Accessible by car, but parking is costly. Near city centre with great sightseeing and nearby restaurants.
Room
3.1 / 5
8803 reviews
Decent beds and rooms, great views. Outdated, rooms with poor cleanliness and maintenance. Decent beds and rooms, great views. Outdated, rooms with poor cleanliness and maintenance. Bathrooms are large but with substandard cleaning. Complaints about furnishing, kitchenettes, and A/C. Shower was ok.
Wellness Area
2.5 / 5
196 reviews
Below average sauna and wellness facilities. Fitness area can be optimized. Below average sauna and wellness facilities. Fitness area can be optimized.
Breakfast
2.4 / 5
296 reviews
Some complaints about quality and price of breakfast. Some complaints about quality and price of breakfast.
Cleanliness
2.4 / 5
4065 reviews
Bathrooms and rooms are untidy. Moderately clean hotel facilities. Bathrooms and rooms are untidy. Moderately clean hotel facilities. Dirty in the dining and pool areas.
WiFi
2.4 / 5
418 reviews
Wifi quality could be improved. Internet is affordable. Wifi quality could be improved. Internet is affordable.
Pool
2.3 / 5
1376 reviews
Pool in need of cleaning. Pool in need of cleaning.
Service
2.3 / 5
6255 reviews
Unprofessional, low rated restaurant service. Complaints about housekeeping and reception. Unprofessional, low rated restaurant service. Complaints about housekeeping and reception. Complaints about management, but acceptably friendly staff. Room service could have been improved. Hotel security can be an issue. Recreation staff is nice. Booking process should be better organized. Valet service is ok. The bar needs better service. Concierge service could be more helpful. Service at the pool/beach should be improved. Laundry service can be improved.
Value
1.9 / 5
2426 reviews
Value for money could be better. Pricey breakfast and dining. Value for money could be better. Pricey breakfast and dining. Internet is affordable. Beverages could be cheaper.

Good to know

  • Reception should be more attentive
  • Bathroom could be optimized
  • Friendly atmosphere
  • Rooms could be cleaner

Rated 3.7/5 based on reviews from families.

Great desserts & fruits.

Location
4.4 / 5
1506 reviews
Great location. Accessible by car, but parking is costly. Great location. Accessible by car, but parking is costly. Central location with great sightseeing, dining out and shopping.
Room
2.8 / 5
2226 reviews
Average but big rooms with wonderful views, and okay beds. Outdated rooms with complaints about minibars, A/C, and cleanliness. Average but big rooms with wonderful views, and okay beds. Outdated rooms with complaints about minibars, A/C, and cleanliness. Bathrooms are large but with substandard cleaning. Rooms lacking maintenance, with poor quality kitchenettes, furniture and TV's. Shower was ok.
WiFi
2.3 / 5
151 reviews
Wifi quality could be improved. Internet is affordable. Wifi quality could be improved. Internet is affordable.
Wellness Area
2.2 / 5
49 reviews
Poorly reviewed fitness area. Poorly reviewed fitness area.
Cleanliness
2.1 / 5
1091 reviews
Problems with cleanliness in rooms, bathrooms, and pool area. Hotel facilities could use a good clean. Problems with cleanliness in rooms, bathrooms, and pool area. Hotel facilities could use a good clean.
Pool
2.1 / 5
421 reviews
Pool in need of cleaning. Pool in need of cleaning.
Value
2 / 5
609 reviews
Value for money could be better. Pricey breakfast and dining. Value for money could be better. Pricey breakfast and dining. Internet is affordable. Beverages could be cheaper.
Service
2 / 5
1532 reviews
Service relatively friendly but tending to be unprofessional. Guests complain about reception staff and management. Service relatively friendly but tending to be unprofessional. Guests complain about reception staff and management. Poorly rated housekeeping and restaurant service. Room service could have been improved. Hotel security can be an issue. Booking process should be better organized. Recreation staff is ok. Valet service is ok. Concierge service could be more helpful. The bar needs better service.
Breakfast
1.9 / 5
74 reviews
Some complaints about quality and price of breakfast. Some complaints about quality and price of breakfast.

Good to know

  • Beverages could be cheaper
  • Great desserts & fruits
  • High priced breakfast
  • Fitness area can be optimized

Rated 3.8/5 based on reviews from couples.

Delicious beef dishes & steak.Near city centre.

Location
4.4 / 5
863 reviews
Great location. Central location with great sightseeing, dining out and shopping. Great location. Central location with great sightseeing, dining out and shopping. Pricey, inconvenient parking.
Room
3.3 / 5
1071 reviews
Average but big rooms with wonderful views, and okay beds. Outdated rooms with complaints about minibars, A/C, and cleanliness. Average but big rooms with wonderful views, and okay beds. Outdated rooms with complaints about minibars, A/C, and cleanliness. Bathrooms are large but with substandard cleaning. Rooms lacking maintenance, with poor quality kitchenettes, furniture and TV's. Shower was ok.
Cleanliness
2.3 / 5
441 reviews
Bathrooms and rooms are untidy. Moderately clean hotel facilities. Bathrooms and rooms are untidy. Moderately clean hotel facilities. Dirty in the dining and pool areas.
Pool
2.2 / 5
218 reviews
Pool in need of cleaning. Pool in need of cleaning.
Breakfast
1.9 / 5
40 reviews
Some complaints about quality and price of breakfast. Some complaints about quality and price of breakfast.
Service
1.6 / 5
638 reviews
Unprofessional, low rated restaurant service. Complaints about reception and the friendliness of staff. Unprofessional, low rated restaurant service. Complaints about reception and the friendliness of staff. Housekeeping and management are lacking. Booking process should be better organized. Hotel security can be an issue. Room service could have been improved. Valet service could be better. Recreation staff is ok. Shuttle service can be an issue. Concierge service could be more helpful.
Value
1.5 / 5
310 reviews
Value for money could be better. Pricey breakfast and dining. Value for money could be better. Pricey breakfast and dining. Internet is affordable.
WiFi
1.5 / 5
49 reviews
Wifi quality could be improved. Internet is affordable. Wifi quality could be improved. Internet is affordable.

Good to know

  • Delicious beef dishes & steak
  • Booking process should be better organized
  • Near city centre
  • Dining area could have been cleaner

Rated 3.6/5 based on reviews from solo travelers.

Luxurious Hotel.Wonderful sightseeing.

Location
4.5 / 5
92 reviews
Well-located, although unfortunately the parking isn't easy. Excellent sightseeing, restaurants and bars nearby. Well-located, although unfortunately the parking isn't easy. Excellent sightseeing, restaurants and bars nearby.
Room
2.8 / 5
121 reviews
Decent rooms with great views. Beds are OK, although rooms and bathrooms are insufficiently cleaned and maintained. Decent rooms with great views. Beds are OK, although rooms and bathrooms are insufficiently cleaned and maintained. Rooms look old, with poor kitchenettes, minibars and furniture. Shower can be a problem.
Pool
2.4 / 5
20 reviews
Pool in need of cleaning. Pool in need of cleaning.
Cleanliness
2 / 5
48 reviews
Problems with cleanliness in rooms, bathrooms, and pool area. Hotel facilities could use a good clean. Problems with cleanliness in rooms, bathrooms, and pool area. Hotel facilities could use a good clean.
Service
2 / 5
84 reviews
Unprofessional service, with poor housekeeping and reception. Service is relatively friendly. Unprofessional service, with poor housekeeping and reception. Service is relatively friendly.
Value
1.8 / 5
38 reviews
Value for money could be better. Value for money could be better.
WiFi
1.6 / 5
5 reviews
Complaints about WiFi. Complaints about WiFi.

Good to know

  • Luxurious Hotel
  • Kitchenette needs more attention
  • Housekeeping can be a problem
  • Wonderful sightseeing

Rated 3.7/5 based on reviews from business travelers.

Beautiful architecture.Spacious bathroom.

Location
4.1 / 5
61 reviews
Well-located, although unfortunately the parking isn't easy. Well-located, although unfortunately the parking isn't easy.
Comfort
3 / 5
32 reviews
Overall comfort is OK and rooms are large, yet with problems with noise and beds. Overall comfort is OK and rooms are large, yet with problems with noise and beds.
Vibe
2.7 / 5
28 reviews
OK vibe and a friendly atmosphere. Hotel could use some updating. OK vibe and a friendly atmosphere. Hotel could use some updating. Entrance area is not particularly attractive. Stylish hotel.
Room
2.6 / 5
93 reviews
Rooms are okay, but run-down and old with bad furniture. Spacious but poorly cleaned bathrooms and rooms, with beds with comfort issues. Rooms are okay, but run-down and old with bad furniture. Spacious but poorly cleaned bathrooms and rooms, with beds with comfort issues. Shower was ok.
Cleanliness
2.1 / 5
58 reviews
Bathrooms and rooms are untidy. Hotel facilities could use a good clean. Bathrooms and rooms are untidy. Hotel facilities could use a good clean.
Pool
2 / 5
16 reviews
Pool should be renewed. Pool should be renewed.
Service
1.9 / 5
82 reviews
Service and reception staff are unprofessional, but quite friendly. Service and reception staff are unprofessional, but quite friendly.
Value
1.7 / 5
25 reviews
Value for money could be better. Value for money could be better.
WiFi
1.1 / 5
5 reviews
Complaints about WiFi. Complaints about WiFi.

Good to know

  • Beautiful architecture
  • Spacious bathroom
  • Stylish hotel
  • Great location

FAQs about Paris Las Vegas Hotel

Where is Paris Las Vegas?

Paris Las Vegas is found at 3655 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109 - browse our map of the Las Vegas Strip.

Can people smoke at Paris Las Vegas?

Paris does have some smoking rooms, and smoking is allowed on the casino floor as well.

Can you go inside the Las Vegas Eiffel Tower?

Yes, the lookout from the Paris Hotel Eiffel boasts some of the most amazing views on the Strip.

Is the Paris pool heated?

The Paris pool is heated, but it is not open year-round. See more pools on the Strip for year-round swimming.

Why is there an Eiffel Tower on the Strip in Las Vegas?

The replica of the Eiffel Tower is one of the most famous Strip attractions, and houses the famed Eiffel Tower Experience and restaurant.

Is there free parking at Paris Las Vegas?

As a Caesars property, parking is free for the first hour at Paris Las Vegas, and the price goes up to anywhere from $15 to $24 per day, depending on the day.

Is Paris Las Vegas pet-friendly?

Yes, Paris Hotel is a pet-friendly hotel. Paris Las Vegas allows two dogs under a certain weight limit to stay at the hotel, with fees incurring nightly.

Does Paris Las Vegas have slots?

Yes. In fact, Paris Hotel in Las Vegas has some of the most aesthetic slots on the Strip, totaling over 1,700 individual machines.

What restaurants are in Paris casino in Las Vegas?

Paris Las Vegas is seeing an influx of new restaurants in 2022, including new celebrity chef restaurants like Nobu and Bedford by Martha Stewart.

Where is Paris casino in Las Vegas?

The casino at Paris Las Vegas is located in the heart of this middle Strip hotel, next to other Strip hotels such as Bally’s and Planet Hollywood.