Paris Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas
napoleon's lounge is an upscale bar located in the paris casino. this very nice lounge is known for it's huge champagne selection. a good place to meet friends or business associates when in las vegas.
Dress Code: business casual.
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Napoleon’s is a champagne bar located in Paris, Las Vegas. With elegant settings and an extensive champagne list, this can be a fun place to hang out. The champagne samplers make for a good choice here.
One of the many unimaginable sights as you walk down the Strip. Bouncing into people, trying to keep out of the gutter, being heard over the exhaust pipes of the cruisers, you look up and see....yes, it must be gay Paree!!! But, no we are in the desert, the Nevada desert. My eyes must be deceiving me.
Actually, the Tower is very realistic and just plain fun to gaze at. Never having seen the real thing I was quite impressed. So much so I ran into a light pole...but no permanent damage.
We were marching down the Strip as fast as we could trying to find our restaurant. We were late for our reservation and of course there are no street numbers on the casinos.
Anyway, it was a thrilling sight and who knows, in a few years it will come tumbling down and be replaced with another monument to human kind's ingenuity.
Dress Code: Las Vegas Elegant....if you can figure that out.
The music is good, the dance floor is there so you combined the two. Drinks are reasonably priced but if you want a seat you will have to pay and buy at least a bottle which are outragously priced.
Dress Code: Dress to impress
I have to say that I most enjoyed Las Vegas walking up and down the Strip at 1 o'clock in the morning. The temperature was just right, people were out, having a good time, the lights were shining, and the streets were still busy! There really is a difference between walking the Strip during the day and late at night! And the best part was, the porno card flippers were not out as bad as there were at say 7 o'clock in the evening. It's also nice because you are able to take great night photos without a bunch of people in your way.
Dress Code: Anything Goes!!! Its the Las Vegas Strip!
Risqué is a club with a lounge atmosphere. Located on the second floor of the Paris hotel and casino this swanky nightspot features two different rooms to drink and dance the night away. Each room features a dj spinning music and an ample dance floor. If you want a table, make reservations and be prepared to pay for it. There is a cover ($20), but if you visit the hotel convenience store or one of the restaurants you can pick up discount cards for the club. These allow ladies to get into the club free before midnight and gentlemen to enter at a discounted rate. Be aware that every member of your party needs a separate discount coupon to gain entrance to the club. There are two lines to get into the club. If you make reservations for a table prior to your arrival you are able to bypass the general line and gain admittance through the VIP line (or simply sweet talk your way into a private table and through the VIP entrance like we did by flirting with the bouncers). This club gets hopping after 10 pm Thursday through Sunday.
Dress Code: Trendy nightclub... dress to impress...
In August the Eiffel Tower gets very busy in the evening just after it gets dark.
The view from the top is fantastic - you can see the whole of Las Vegas. Good viewing of the Bellagio Fountain show as well!
Didn't cost much and I would recommend getting there half an hour before sunset to avoid the queues - you can stay up there for as long as you like.
This place is a wonderful spot to relax before going out, or perhaps afterwards. We ordered one of the champagne "flights" of four flutes and some seltzer. A happy hour was going on (sadly, no vegetarian options!) and we each liked one of the champagnes enough to order another glass.
There are couches, cozy chairs, or more regular tables. There was a piano player there while we sipped. The only down-side was that some game was on over the bar. We switched tables to block it out.
It was very funny to watch a table of gentlemen try to impress the pretty waitress. She was amused as well.
If you're a penny pincher: there is a coupon for a free glass of champagne in the booklet given at check-in to the Bally's/Paris conglomerate.
We would have definitely returned had we more time!
Dress Code: On the slightly less casual side, but we saw all kinds.
one caveat: It seemed that children were turned away. A family came in with their teens and weren't allowed to remain.
Walking on the strip at night is pretty amazing... I would suggest to go on the Eiffel Tower during this time...
Not really sure if the observation deck is open at night but this is a half scale of the original in Paris.