Paris Las Vegas
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Relax in the Paris Las Vegas hotel and enjoy the spirit and excitement of the city of Paris in Las Vegas. Head to the shopping district for an unrivalled shopping experience, try your luck in one of the area’s famous casinos or marvel at the authentic replicas of French landmarks, including the Arc de Triomphe and the Paris Opera House. Guests can also travel via a glass elevator to an observation deck to enjoy the stunning views of the Las Vegas Valley.
The guest rooms at the Paris Las Vegas hotel are traditional in appearance and offer a spacious and expertly furnished living environment. All rooms feature wireless internet (chargeable), a flat-screen TV with on-demand movies, an in-room safe and a private marble bathroom.
The hotel also has a wide range of additional facilities for your enjoyment and convenience, including an impressive 9 French restaurants to choose from, the luxurious Paris Spa by Mandara, a swimming pool and a casino.
Hotel Facilities & Services
- Total Floors Number: 33
- 24 hour front desk
- Lift to all Floors
- Multilingual Staff
- Air Conditioning
- Room Service 24hr: Yes
- In Room Safe
- Pay Movies
- Direct Dial Telephone
- Iron/Ironing Board
- Housekeeping (daily)
- Parking at Hotel Free: Yes
- Outdoor Pool Free: No
- Treatment Rooms
- Steam Room Free: No
- Gym Free: No
- Hair salon
- Name: McCarran International Airport (Las Vegas)
- Distance: 3.6 kilometres
- Cots/Cribs Free: No
Bar and Restaurant
- Bar in Hotel
- Restaurant in hotel
- Types: Dogs
- Cost: $75.00 per night
- Nearest Airport Name: Mccarran International Airport (Las Vegas) Distance: 3.6 kilometres
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TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 23117 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
Detailed Hotel...which needs some attention to detail
Stay Date: 08/2017, Nicole A wrote this review.
In my opinion, this is one of the prettiest, most detailed hotels on the strip. The common areas a very Louis XIV, which I loved. Our room was huge (2 Queen beds). The armoir held a microwave and a small refrigerator. The bathroom was very big an… See more
In my opinion, this is one of the prettiest, most detailed hotels on the strip. The common areas a very Louis XIV, which I loved. Our room was huge (2 Queen beds). The armoir held a microwave and a small refrigerator. The bathroom was very big and was completely marble. Sadly, the carpets in the hallway of my floor were a bit dirty, but we explored other floors and it seems that the higher floors were more fresh with very high-end furniture in the lobbies. The biggest area that I saw that needed attention was the pool deck. It was faded, and very dirty in some areas. There were remnants of spilled drinks in more than three places. I can't understand how the cocktail waitresses didn't clean it up or have a maintenance person mop up these areas. All in all, this was a perfect choice for my family. There were many kids at the pool, which was perfect for my 11 and 9 year olds. One thing that I didn't like was that the pool attendants didn't allow me to bring in my salad. They said I couldn't bring in outside food or drinks. I had to sit in a small courtyard to eat my food before I was granted access. This is not the most terrible thing, but still a slight inconvenience. The price was great, but the $40 per night resort fee was steep. I didn't use the spa so I really feel like the extra $80 was a waste for me. I checked in at midnight and there was a small line at that time. The next day each day I passed the lobby there were no fewer than 30 people on line waiting to check in. Check-out was easy, as I used the self-checkout kiosk, but I had to wait on line for about 15 minutes for that too. She plan accordingly when you come to check in or out of this hotel. Oh and you have to pay $10 per 24 hours to park...which is something I feel should be complimentary for guests. Paris is located across from Bellagio and is central on the strip. A very good choice for families or those who don't want to pay huge prices for a decent room. Collapse
Great Casino, Tired Hotel Rooms
Stay Date: 08/2017, Ceri M wrote this review.
Stayed here for 7 nights as part of a package with Thomas Cook with two friends. The location of the hotel is great, right in the middle of The Strip, next to Planet Hollywood and in front of the Bellagio. Inside the Casino part of the hotel was do… See more
Stayed here for 7 nights as part of a package with Thomas Cook with two friends. The location of the hotel is great, right in the middle of The Strip, next to Planet Hollywood and in front of the Bellagio. Inside the Casino part of the hotel was done up to look like the streets of Paris and the theme was done very well. There were a few places to eat within the Casino/hotel most of which had a french theme (not great for vegetarians) quite a few good places to grab breakfast or brunch before heading out though. Two of these have patio seating on The Strip and is great to watch the wonders of Las Vegas, and, depending on the time, the Bellagio fountains. There was a little shop parade that takes you through to Ballys where you can then catch the monorail up and down the rest of The Strip. We didn't have too much of a wait to check in or out, maybe 10/15 mins in a queue. We had arrived at 12pm and were checking out at 10:30am. We did feel that there should have been more staff on when we were checking out as check out was 11am and it was starting to get quite busy. All staff were very friendly and helpful though. The room itself wasn't really up to the standards I was expecting, if it wasn't for the Casino and restaurants I would have marked Paris lower. Yes the decor was tired but I don't normally mind a little outdated wallpaper as long as it's tidy and clean, but the wallpaper was torn in quite a few places and there were a lot of marks on the wall. All of the paint along the skirting board and in the bathroom was chipped and really peeling off. Our room was cleaned everyday and the bed sheets and bathroom where spotless, but we did find some bits left over from the previous occupier when we first arrived. We weren't too botherer by the room as we didn't spend much time in there, it was just a shame that, given the price and resort frees, the hotel was lacking in some TLC. Collapse
A quick stop in Vegas
Stay Date: 08/2017, laurafE8204OO wrote this review.
Red room one king no view. The room was nice and clean, it is a great location and there are lots of food choices in the hotel building. Concierge was not very helpful. Connected to bally's for lower limit gambling.
Red room one king no view. The room was nice and clean, it is a great location and there are lots of food choices in the hotel building. Concierge was not very helpful. Connected to bally's for lower limit gambling. Collapse
Great place to eat, shop,gamble and stay!!!
Stay Date: 08/2017, P B wrote this review.
Really, really nice play to stay in Vegas. As a smoker, I really appreciated a smoking room (no odor either. It was a smoking floor) lots of fun places to eat and shop all under one roof. We also went to a show in Paris. It was good too!
Really, really nice play to stay in Vegas. As a smoker, I really appreciated a smoking room (no odor either. It was a smoking floor) lots of fun places to eat and shop all under one roof. We also went to a show in Paris. It was good too! Collapse
Very nice- The kids loved it!
Stay Date: 07/2017, C M wrote this review.
Definitely ask for a view of the Bellagio fountains on the front of the hotel. It's great to have that view! I was there with the kids. The life guards at the pool are a bit over the top - we decided they liked blowing their whistles, so they would … See more
Definitely ask for a view of the Bellagio fountains on the front of the hotel. It's great to have that view! I was there with the kids. The life guards at the pool are a bit over the top - we decided they liked blowing their whistles, so they would pick at minor things the kids were doing- like playing tag in the pool (?). Other than the whistle blowing, which we thought was silly, we enjoyed the pool. BTW, I have young kids who are not rowdy, and only 2 of them- so it's not like I showed up with a pack of teenagers who went nuts... Anyway, the biggest issue here is the parking and getting from the car to through the place to registration. IT IS A HIKE. That wasn't good for grandma, who was with us. I told the lady at the desk that I was concerned about my mom, since we just hiked the mile from the parking garage where we were unable to get handicap parking, with our luggage, and the clerk asked if I wanted her to call a Dr.... Weird. No, how about offering a place to sit or a drink of water for my 80 yr old mom... Oy. Anyway, Vegas is Vegas. It's always crowed 24/7 and you have to know where you are going and how you will get there. It is much more expensive now than when I visited 15 yrs ago. Collapse
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