Satisfaction Very Good
Value Score Average Value
Good For Couples
Paris - Great value in Vegas
This is our families favorite hotel -- it is nice, clean, good sized updated rooms
I recommend this hotel to just about anyone, because its really appealing to any age group.
Unique Quality: Best breakfast buffet at restaurant on site (seriously, there is like anything you could want for breakfast plus a crepe station and an omelet station.
Attached to Bally's
I really think its a nice hotel for the $$
Directions: On the Strip, attached to Bally's
Feels like I am in Paris. NOT REALLY!!!
The rooms and the bathrooms are nice, as they should be for the price you are paying. But the hotel itself is too themish. Once you come down the nice white elevator where you hear french music, you enter a noisy, smoky casino with french fake decoration on side of the walls, which is cute in the beginning but gets old after a while.
Just like anything in Vegas, everything is overpriced and be expected to stay in lines for pretty much everything.
Unique Quality: The breakfast and dinner buffet are great, but you don't have to stay in the hotel to eat there.
The rooms in Paris, Las Vegas are comfortable and elegant. The hotel enjoys a great location on the strip. The shop area, resembling streets of old Paris, is fun to stroll and a great place to get a latte'.
Directions: On the Strip
Paris In Vegas
I never stayed in the Paris Hotel I only drove a Limo for them, The hotel is very large, lots of shops, and with a grand Parisian style. Entering Paris Las Vegas is visiting Paris with Vegas charm. Paris Las Vegas staff members greet guests with a cheerful "Bonjour."
The general report that I received from the guests was that the hotel was pleasant to stay at, guest rooms are spacious and the list of amenities seems nearly bottomless. I have been inside the Hotel and found it lives up to it's Parisian style and does so with romance and style. The Hotel staff was always professional and accommodating.
Hotel has access from the back off of Audrie street and saves you from Crossing the Strip. Foot traffic is very heavy during peak seasons there is a traffic light, but Pedestrian traffic is so heavy you can sit through a couple of lights during peak hours.
Unique Quality: Keeping with mood the Hotel decorated in classic Parisian style, where chandeliers and sophistication abound with hotel staff dressing in French attire. With a large beautiful fountain in front of Hotel. The Paris was Built in 1999 and has 2916 Rooms / 34 Floors. Guests may take an elevator ride up the Eiffel Tower for panoramic views of the city 460 feet above the ground.
The shops and restaurants reside on a cobblestone "street." The restaurants that flank the walkways resemble Parisian cafes, complete with "outdoor" seating.intimacy is stressed above all: The dining rooms are cozy, the shops are small and, even the buffet is broken into a series of smaller dining rooms, with fireplaces, mirrors and mantels.
January through March is peak time in Las Vegas hotel is very busy best to go in summer or fall.
Directions: South Las Vegas Blvd
Definately on the Romantic Side
Very pleasant. Great Staff...upgraded us to a eiffel tour view suite...breathtaking and worth it.
Unique Quality: clean and comfy rooms and beds. Pool was cool but definately welcome! View was incredible...Eiffel Tower with Bellagio fountains in the background....with the lights of Vegas....undescribable.
Directions: The heart of the strip
Vegas' Best all around hotel
I highly recommend this hotel to anyone that wants to be in an "all-inclusive" situation. The hotel offers every typical amenity plus enough resturants and shops that you never have to leave the facility. I do believe they have one of the largest casinos on the strip, great variety if you are a gambler. Location, location, location; this is the key to Paris Las Vrgas. It seems to be located very centrally on the strip, close to other large, beautiful hotels/Casinos and close to the monorail. We found the monorail key in traveling around the city.
The rooms are upscale, comfortable and very clean. Maid service was excellent.
Unique Quality: Beautiful views of the Bellagio fountains. Many good resturants right on site. We especially enjoyed eating dinner on the outdoor patio facing the fountains.
Directions: Central on the strip
Bonjour! Bienvenue to my Paris Las Vegas tip. Are you a little gene with my sprinkling of words a francaise? This is what they do at Paris, and mais oui, this got on my nerves after a while. Though it is tres amuser the way the housekeeping staff greet you with an enthusiastic "Bon-Jur!!" Thinking of staying here? better brush up on your french, as everything is labled "le" as in "les toilettes" and "les telephones" .
However, we did have a good stay at Paris Las Vegas. A great plus is that non-smoking rooms are located on their own floors, so not a whiff of smoke. Everyone was very pleasant and helpful, with the exception of one bell hop who was very blatant and aggressive in wanting tips. I ended up telling him that you attract more flies with honey, and the shocked look on his face was priceless.
Unique Quality: Our spacious room was very clean and the housekeeping staff do an excellent job. We had a room with two queens (smallish queens, may I add) so if you're sharing with anyone else but your partner, be prepared to be up close and personal. The bed was comfy and made up with soft, cotton sheets. The only negative is the cheap, lumpy pillows, so if you're picky about those bring your own. I was a little disappointed with the room decor, as it seemed bland. In contrast, the marble bathroom was quaint and charming, though the tub I found to be slightly smaller bathtub. If you like baths, forget it if you're over 5"6". The bathroom also has a nice separate marble shower. They are also very generous with the towels.
All in all, Paris was is a good place to stay and does have mid-strip convenience, but since it offers nothing outstanding, I would like to try some other hotels before returning.
Directions: Directly across from the Bellagio
Its hard to imagine you are not in France as you approach the Paris Hotel. Scaled versions of all the famous landmarks of Paris make this one of the most appealing hotels on the Strip. The Eiffel Tower takes pride of place and houses one of the finest restaurants in the area high on its second plateau, giving the diners superb views of Vegas. It rises from the casino area leaving its huge metal legs piercing the ceiling. Lots of lovely shops, pastisseries and all things mouthwatering that the French are famous for, line the little lanes off the casino and street cafes are in abundance both inside and outside the hotel. The Arc du Triumph spans the drive up to the entrance and the Station du Gar is the entrance.
Unique Quality: The cocktail waitresses in the skimpiest Stationmaster costumes I have ever seen!
Directions: Opposite the Bellagio
French Pastry Resort
The feel of Paris, France. The charm of Paris, France. The food of Paris, France. Paris Las Vegas is a Disney style theme hotel with Paris, France as the host. You come alive in this hotel from the moment you see the 1/2 scale model of La Tour Eiffel. The best part is that you can take an elevator to the observation deck near the top. You can see for miles.
Before you are scale models of the Arc de Triomphe; The Louvre, Paris Opera House, and the Hotel de Ville are there for the love of Paris. Yes, you can be made to believe that this is Paris, at least feel like this is Paris. You may even start speaking French. Oui!
Unique Quality: The service is first class, the rooms are first class, and the restaurants are first class. Need I say more.
Directions: Across the street from the Bellagio Hotel in the heart of the "Strip".
Stay here if you can
This place is awesome and I'm not saying that because I stayed here. We've seen all of the casinos on the Las Vegas strip and this was one of the nicest. I'd rate is as the 2nd best place to stay (when you compare how much it costs to how much you get out of it.) Its location is great. It's basically in the middle of the strip so if you walk the Vegas strip it's not far in either direction, as oppose to staying at one of the ends of Vegas Boulevard and having to walk or take taxis (cost a lot of money) to the other end. The interior is amazing and if you pay a little more per night, you can get a room that faces the Bellagio fountains which is awesome. The food is great, especially if you like French food, but it's not the only kind of food there. If I remember correctly it was about $22 with tip/per person to eat a dinner (buffet style) but it was really really good.
Plus if you check www.expedia.com you can find great deals for this hotel during spring and summer. I went for 3 nights and 4 days for $350 with flight. It's CHEAP!
Unique Quality: rooms are really nice.
pool on the roof
interior looks like streets of Paris
the restaurant at the Eiffel Tower
Vive la France
Paris Las Vegas was very nice... lunch at the Eiffel Tower was awesome, the view while eating really made up for the pricy meal... the casino was nice, the tower legs actually come down through the casino ceiling into the gaming area itself. This place is one of the brightest and boldest at night, and the rooms here are also very affordable.. so pay less and stay in this nice spot at the center of the strip!
Unique Quality: The bright hot air ballon and the Tower are nice, but you also get a birds eye view from the Bellagio fountains across the street.
Directions: Center of the Strip
A Touch Of Paris
Nice Hotel .....
Clean, staff very helpful.
Some of the eateries are
a little expensive for what
you get ... service average.
Overall - good place to stay
Unique Quality: Just look for the Eiffel Tower.
It’s only a half-scale mirror of the
real thing, but an exact duplicate
and almost as spectacular as it
looms over the per-petually busy
The most dramatic view of the black
iron structure is at night, when it’s lit
up in tiny white lights. From its 11th
floor gourmet restaurant and its
observation deck 460 feet above the
city, there’s a panoramic view of the w
orld’s second "City of Lights."
A great night out
A night in the piano bar with the duelling piano's is fun. The music is 'on demand' - tip us and we wont entertain you with soppy songs! When we were there, plenty of tips went their way and the music was excellent, the audience are encouraged to sing along and join in. The drinks are pricey but I would recommed the experience.
Directions: Near the Eiffel Tower!
Good for the Price!
My gf and I stayed at the hotel in August 2004. The staff were pretty nice and got us a corner room which was a tad bigger than the regular rooms. The staff was pretty nice and the house keepers were great.
We stayed there 5 nights which is too long if you lose too much of your money at the beginning like we did. I even got the chance to use the internet which was a $10 per day fee. I wish they made it wireless though. I had to connect via a Cat5 cable which is provided of course.
The Hotel and casino in general were pretty nice but the room looked worn out. Our sheets looked really old. The restrooms were clean.
I love eating at the buffet there. The desserts are fabulous!
I enjoyed staying there and would stay there again because it was so cheap. My gf and I got a 5 night package there for $550 per person.
Little bit of Europe
Stayed there many times, the casino is small, attached to Bally's hotel, excellent location on the strip
Unique Quality: Pool area is large, Eiffel tower
Directions: Vegas strip
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Hi all! My husband and I as well as another couple are going to Vegas in March. I am the only one who has been there. I think a great place for us to stay is the Paris hotel. I think the location is great and since we are parents with babies (who won't be coming) it is a nice place without spending a fortune. Has anyone else stayed here? Did you like it?
Re: Paris Hotel, Las Vegas
I would check the tripadvisor.com reviews. Be sure to also look at the Candid Traveler Photos. They'll give you a more honest look at the rooms than the hotel's web site will.
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Did not go to LV last year so my last stay was at the Paris was 2 years ago and that was the third time in 5 years. I like the hotel beacuse of its location, the second thing I like it is the pool area. Try and get a room overlooking the Bellagio fountains. The steak house does some very good prime rib.
Re: Paris Hotel, Las Vegas
The rooms are nice but kind of small. You can get a cheaper larger (though more outdated) room next door at Ballys. Since they are owned by the same company you can still use the Paris pool.
Re: Paris Hotel, Las Vegas
I think Paris is a well-done hotel. I like the light and airy feeling of the casino floor and the decor is fairly classy (for Vegas). We ate at the Eifel Tower restaurant overlooking the Bellagio fountains for my fiance's 40th birthday and had a delightful time. It's $$ though.
However, my favorite hotel is Luxor. It's usually cheap and I love Egyptian everything and anything! The rooms are sizeable and they have the inclinator, which is kind of cool.
Have a great trip!
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