Paris Las Vegas

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  • Address: 3655 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109, United States
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  • Timings: 24-hrs Details
  • Phone: +1-7029467000
  • Ticket Price: Free
  • Time Required: 08:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Hotel, Food And Drinks, Casino, Dine In, Restaurant, Entertainment, Leisure, Fine Dining

Paris Las Vegas - Review

There should be more of these around the world, where you just pluck the top features of an entire city and put them together into a luxury hotel complex. There are reproductions of nearly EVERYTHING that matters in Paris, such as the Arc de Triomphe, the Avenue des Champs-Elysees and La Fontaine des Mers at the Place de la Concorde, Le Pont Alexandre III, and famed a half-scale model of the Eiffel tower. The tower offers great views of the fountains of Bellagio. The casino is on the floor, surrounded by facades designed to imitate the French country-side – you’ll barely believe you’re in Vegas. There are 100 table games and 2200 slot and poker machines.

  • The Art Theatre of the Paris Las Vegas is nothing less than enchanting – from the Jersey Boys, hypnotist Anthony Cools, and Barry Manilow among others.
  • The Chateau Nightclub is a fantastic looking nightlife venue.
  • The Terrace overlooks the Strip.
  • Famous musicians often play at the champagne Napoleon.
  • Le Cabaret Lounge hosts both traditional and cabaret and contemporary pop.
  • Mon Ami Gabi is an outdoor patio bistro with some great steak frites.
  • Gordon Ramsay Steak speaks for itself.
  • The Eiffel Tower Restaurant claims to be among the most romantic places in Vegas.
  • Montarano’s Le Burger Brasserie and the Sugar Factory are other delights.
  • Try the Paris Spa by Manara.

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How To reach Paris Las Vegas by Public Transport

  • DEUCE and SDX on Las Vegas @ Paris
  • Bus 202 on Flamingo @ Las Vegas

Restaurants Near Paris Las Vegas

  • Various restaurants at Paris Las Vegas.

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TripHobo Highlights for Paris Las Vegas

  • Paris Las Vegas Address: 3655 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109, United States
  • Paris Las Vegas Contact Number: +1-7029467000
  • Paris Las Vegas Timing: 24-hrs
  • Paris Las Vegas Price: Free
  • Time required to visit Paris Las Vegas: 08:00 Hrs
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Things to Know Before Visiting Paris Las Vegas

  • 7.02% of people who visit Las Vegas include Paris Las Vegas in their plan

  • 52.63% of people start their Paris Las Vegas visit around 4 PM - 5 PM

  • People usually take around 5 Hrs to see Paris Las Vegas

Friday, Saturday and Sunday

72.22% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Paris Las Vegas

People normally club together Lee Canyon Ski And Snowboard Resort and Million Dollar Quartet while planning their visit to Paris Las Vegas.

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Paris Las Vegas, Las Vegas Reviews

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  • You know... I used to really like the rooms here but as of late, they feel dated. That's okay for me tho, on my most recent stay it was just for the day. The casino is good tho and I won 1000 bucks there. The staff is generally friendly and you can check in via an automated kiosk. The pool is okay but the music wasn't. Overall a decent 3 star rating. Not too bad and the room-rate was great!

  • One of the best hotels I have been to for customer service. When I checked in and went to my room I heard some random dog barking from a room and the hallway smelled pee and poop. I immediately went into the room and contacted the front desk and they immediately changed my room location. It was nice to be able to see that type of customer service and it's extremely rare to be able to have that type of professionalism in the way this current Society is. They definitely show what it needs to be do have a customer happy 100%. I would definitely recommend this place to anyone who will go to Las Vegas. Great job

  • Pretty rooms, massively uncomfortable beds. Great restaurants, massively overpriced, often out of many of the listed menu options. Don't expect to get decent customer service at the front desk. We were told that we would have the choice between 1 king or 2 queens in the suite we booked. They did not honor this and the woman we spoke to (Fa?) copped an unprofessional and impudent attitude when we expressed our displeasure. She continued to make things worse by saying "it's not my fault" and asking sarcastic questions like "did you hear me say that?". We got very different treatment from the men she incessantly flirted with before us, prolonging our check-in process. It was as if this woman had never been trained in hospitality. Her behavior set the tone for our entire trip, and we will never stay at this hack hotel again.

  • Paris is centrally located and is a great place to stay, eat, gamble, or relax. Sal is the best bartender in town and Mario and Norma are a delight. The buffet for breakfast is worth a visit and the other restaurants are great depending on what you are looking for. The gambling floor is pleasant as the layout spreads the foot traffic and the music isn't too loud. Paris is definitely a hotel to visit and stay!

  • The front desk staff are extremely aloof and rude. Checked in via the kiosk, and it offers you 10 dollars off if you decline room service for a day...well, think twice before you do that. My boyfriend had to leave early, so I was alone in the room, and all of the sudden 3 loud knocks like a cop would do, or something was wrong. 2 security guards who were very rude, came in the room and inspected everything. NO WARNING WAS GIVEN about this!!! I had an anxiety attack, I was so caught off guard. I'm assuming this is because of Mandalay Bay, but it was very invasive and Gestapo-like. Maybe have nice, sweet maids do the searches, but not the jerk security people. Never again will I stay here, it ruined the trip.

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