Paris Hotel - Casino, Las Vegas

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3655 S. Las Vegas Blvd (702) 946-7000

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    Play a Song? Tip Me, Change the Song, Tip Me

    by RavensWing Updated Jan 8, 2014

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    Walking past Napoleon's Lounge, my friend and I stopped because we thought we recognized the man playing piano. So we had to stop in and take a closer look. The place was packed, all seats taken, what was going on? The dueling pianos! We hadn't planned to stay and were standing in the way of the other patrons. The excitement in the room was intoxicating. We decided to stay, order a glass of champagne and waited patiently for someone to leave so we could sit down.

    Billy and Dave are the pianists and you would think this was all rehearsed but there is no way it can be. It's all improve. They make you laugh so much your tummy hurts.

    Grab a piece of paper and write your song on it, place it down on either piano (they compete to see who has the most tips) with your tip. You can tip a single dollar, that most likely will get you the first verse of a Justin Bieber song. People were putting down tips in $5, $10, $20 and some $50 songs. The $50 ones were usually a group of friends paying to get rid of a terrible song, or to get their song sung. But sometimes people are fast an even though you put your $5 request in, when the $10 request comes in, your song ends... unless you put in a higher tip.

    Now in saying this they play the pianos beautifully, their range of songs is endless. When they don't know the words they make up their own.

    Since we had only stumbled onto this place on our last night we decided to stay until the evening ended. If we had known it was there we would have gone and got good seats before there were none left.

    They duel nightly. The bar opens at 4:00 pm and closes at 2:00 am The attire is casual and even better there is no cover charge.

    I would go back again. Not only were they great at playing off what the other was doing, they had the audience laughing, outbidding each other. It was a blast!

    Billy and Dave Dueling Check out Billy's Tip Jar Napoleon's Lounge
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    Alexander III Bridge~Paris Hotel

    by Yaqui Updated Feb 16, 2013

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    Located inside the Paris Hotel Casino is a beautiful replica of Alexander III Bridge. The bridge is the entrance to the elevator that takes you inside and up the the Eiffel Tower Experience. It is also a great place to look over the casino area.

    The original bridge located in Paris built between 1896 to 1900 and named after Tsar Alexander III, crosses the Seine connecting the Champs-Elysees quarter.

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    View from the Eiffel Tower, Las Vegas that is.

    by travelgourmet Updated Dec 4, 2012

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    If you want a great view of the Las Vegas "Strip" with all the hotel resorts and casinos, then head to the Paris Hotel for the ride up to the top of the Eiffel Tower. Okay, it isn't the one in Paris, France, but it is an exact half scale reproduction. Most of all it is breathtaking to stand on the edge (complete safety fenced) at the top and look down. Wow! The swimming pools are gigantic in Las Vegas Resorts but from up high, they look mighty small. I could barely make out the people in the water.

    It does take a few seconds to get your bearings, okay, stop the knees shaking, before you start viewing the "Strip" hotels, as you can walk a complete 360 around at the top of the Las Vegas Eiffel Tower at the Paris Hotel. Great viewing of the Fountains of Bellagio that are directly across the street. The Paris Hotel really knows how to do it up right. The walkway alone is worth the price of admission, adorned with lampposts guiding your way to the elevator that will whisk you, up. up, and up to the top of the Eiffel Tower Paris Hotel Las Vegas, a full 460 feet from the casino floor. This is one of the best ways to see the entire "Strip" without flying. Daytime viewing is great for the pools with night views that will have the dance of color from all the "Strip" neon lighting that proclaims "Welcome to Las Vegas, a little more action and a little less conversation. Please!"

    A romantic stroll to the Paris Hotel Eiffel Tower. Whoa! Is that the Paris Hotel pool way down there? Looking south on the strip to Luxor Pyramid. North on the busy strip. Look at all the vehicles.
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    Eiffel Tower

    by kris-t Written Nov 25, 2012

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    You can ride to the peak of this 50-story replica of the Eiffel Tower in the glass elevators. It's very romantic, especially at nighttime. The Eiffel Tower also offers small square openings throughout the enclosure for picture taking.

    Open daily, 9:30 a.m. - 12:30 a.m., weather permitting.
    Cost: $10.50 for adults; $7.50 for seniors and children.
    From 7:30 p.m. - close: Admission is $15.50 for adults, $10.50 for seniors and children.
    Reservations: For birthdays, private parties and groups

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    The Arc de Triomphe - Free

    by Yaqui Updated Mar 17, 2012

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    This is a beautiful replica of "The Arc de Triomphe" even though it is at two-thirds scale of the original monument dedicated to the soldiers who fought in the Battle of Austerlitz, The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier from World War I, and inside the walls of the monument lists the names of 558 French generals who died in battle. The names and dates of Napoleon's victories are inscribed on the replica too. The sculptures of the friezes, figures and bas-reliefs are the signature works of James Pradier, Antoine Etex, Jean-Pierre Cortot and rancois Rude: La Marseillaise. The original Arc de Triomphe Paris France, stands 49.5 m (162 ft) tall, 45 m (150 ft) wide and 22 m (72 ft) deep. The vault is 29.19 m (95.8 ft) high and 14.62 m (48.0 ft) wide. The smaller vault is 18.68 m (61.3 ft) high and 8.44 m (27.7 ft) wide. This Arc de Triomphe can be seen 24 hours per day right from the Las Vegas Strip. There is even a celebration on Bastille Day (July 14th). Sadly the water fountain has been replaced with a flower bed since the city is trying to conserve their water.

    BE AWARE, this structureas stands in the middle of the check-in circle for the Paris Las Vegas Hotel-Casino. There is plenty of area to walk around this lovely piece of art, but be careful!!

    Inside is a replica of French victories Replica:Le Triomphe de 1810, by Jean-Pierre Cortot Replica:La R��sistance de 1814, by Antoine ��tex
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    Another great view point

    by Benson35 Written Jan 19, 2012

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    The Eiffel tower at Paris hotel and casino is 46 floors above ground level. It has amazing views of the strip as it is right in the heart of it. I've been up during the day and night. It costs (2011) $22. You board a lift which takes you up to the observation deck. It has no glass windows so at night it can be a bit chilly up there! Don't worry, there's no way of falling off!
    On the way up in the lift, you have the chance to get glimpses of how high up you are going.

    I timed it so when I went up in the evening, I watched the Bellagio fountains - amazing!

    This was brilliant, I loved every minute of it! So the next trip I made to Vegas, I went up there again!!

    For up-to-date prices, visit the website listed below.

    The Eiffel Tower by night at Paris 2006 View from the Eiffel tower 2007 Eiffel tower by day 2007 View of the Bellagio Fountains View 2007
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    Vive Le Paris! part 2

    by machomikemd Written Oct 2, 2011

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    Part two of my Paris Paris Tips

    Paris Las Vegas is a hotel and casino is owned and operated by Harrah's Entertainment. its theme is the city of Paris in France; it includes a 1/2 scale, 540 foot (164.6 m) tall replica of the Eiffel Tower, and a neon sign in the shape of the Montgolfier balloon, a two-thirds size Arc de Triomphe, and a replica of La Fontaine des Mers. The front facade of the building suggests the Paris Opera House and the Louvre.Its adjacent sister property, Bally's Las Vegas, has a Las Vegas Monorail station.

    The Paris hotel Las Vegas is one of the most unique and comfortable places to stay while in Las Vegas. The hotel, sporting a scaled replica of the Eifel tower and the Arc de Triomph, the hotel feels completely removed from the Las Vegas scene when you enter. Graceful and elegant arches, fireplaces, mirrows, and lighting accent the mood of the hotel, emphasising a high level of comfort. The shops appear small and humble giving a comfortable market place sensation when you shop. Even the buffets have multiple dinning halls, each one possessing full length mirrors, fireplaces, equisite mantles and an atmosphere you thought could only be found in France.

    The Paris Casino Las Vegas is an elegant and comfortable place to gamble, complete with fountains, massive arches with lights, and a plush interior designed to make certain you are as comfortable.The replica of the Eiffel tower is complete with the tower restaurant, allowing you to experience te Eiffel tower without having to go to France. This replica has been designed to be as close to the real tower, making it a architechtural wonder, right in Las Vegas.

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    Vive Le Paris! part 1

    by machomikemd Updated Oct 2, 2011

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    This will be a two part tip with more pictures.

    Paris Las Vegas is a hotel and casino is owned and operated by Harrah's Entertainment. its theme is the city of Paris in France; it includes a 1/2 scale, 540 foot (164.6 m) tall replica of the Eiffel Tower, and a neon sign in the shape of the Montgolfier balloon, a two-thirds size Arc de Triomphe, and a replica of La Fontaine des Mers. The front facade of the building suggests the Paris Opera House and the Louvre.Its adjacent sister property, Bally's Las Vegas, has a Las Vegas Monorail station.

    The Paris hotel Las Vegas is one of the most unique and comfortable places to stay while in Las Vegas. The hotel, sporting a scaled replica of the Eifel tower and the Arc de Triomph, the hotel feels completely removed from the Las Vegas scene when you enter. Graceful and elegant arches, fireplaces, mirrows, and lighting accent the mood of the hotel, emphasising a high level of comfort. The shops appear small and humble giving a comfortable market place sensation when you shop. Even the buffets have multiple dinning halls, each one possessing full length mirrors, fireplaces, equisite mantles and an atmosphere you thought could only be found in France.

    The Paris Casino Las Vegas is an elegant and comfortable place to gamble, complete with fountains, massive arches with lights, and a plush interior designed to make certain you are as comfortable.The replica of the Eiffel tower is complete with the tower restaurant, allowing you to experience te Eiffel tower without having to go to France. This replica has been designed to be as close to the real tower, making it a architechtural wonder, right in Las Vegas.

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    Refined Beauty: Paris Hotel/Casino

    by deecat Written Feb 1, 2011

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    For a real "feel of "joie de vivre" [joy of life], please view all the photographs

    I am very fond of the whole look of the Paris Hotel and Casino. I like the architecture of the hotel; I admire the understated look of the inside and the Casino; I think that the replica of the Eiffel Tower is dignified and believable.

    Attractions:
    Eiffel Tower
    Ooh LaLa topless revue
    Nightclub Risque

    With the monorail conveniently stopping nearby, this is a great location whether you have a car or not. Similar to its namesake, the Paris Hotel/Casino possesses an inviting and romantic atmosphere. It's delightful to see the authentic replicas of famous French landmarks such as the Arc de Triomphe, the Hotel de Ville, facades of the Paris Opera Housse and the Louvre....but the finest replica is the 50-story half-scale Eiffel Tower. It's possible to dine in a restaurant 100 feet above the Strip or travel in the glass elevator to an observation deck at the top of the tower for excellent views of the city of Las Vegas.

    You are able to shop at Le Boulevard in the European-style boutiques that are filled with great brand names.

    But, I was most impressed by the people who work at this International Hotel...from the kind man who gave Mickey her Player's Card at the Casino to the vibrant young waitress at the Mon Ami Gabi restaurant, the efficiency, kindness, and professionalism spoke volumes.

    Paris Hotel Viewed Through Bellagio's Wate Show Paris Hotel Paris Hotel at Night Eiffel Tower Replica at Night Dee & Winning Ticket from Slots at Paris Casino
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    The Eiffel Tower Ride

    by Court94403 Written Jan 5, 2010

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    Take an elevator ride up the Eiffel Tower and get a complete 360 degree view of the city of Las Vegas. This model of the Eiffel Tower is half the size of the actual Eiffel Tower in Paris, France. The best time to visit is at sunset or at night. Truly romantic, truly Paris (well almost)!

    Open daily from 9:30 am until 1:30am. Weather permitting, 9:30 am until 7:30 pm.
    Call to check for special family package prices.
    15.00 for General Admission.

    The Eiffel Tower
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    for those who won't eat French Fries

    by richiecdisc Updated Sep 2, 2009

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    This was a master stroke by the Las Vegas city planners. With all the negative French vibe going on in the Bush-era USA, they decided to build Paris all over again, right here in the Nevada desert. Now, all the people who won't eat “French Fries” because of France's refusal to enter a war that even the United Nations didn't support, can stroll the Avenue des Champs-Élysées, head up to the top of the Eiffel Tower, or eat at five different Provence's at one meal. It might lack a bit of the sophistication and cultural attractions of the real thing but let's not even try and compare the weather. Just try getting a tan in Paris, baby. You can go straight from the pool and dine in Burgundy. Only in Vegas.

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    Eiffel Tower

    by clueless83 Written Mar 9, 2009

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    An attraction at the Paris Las Vegas is a half size replica of the Eiffel Tower. You can take a trip up it for a view of the strip. Tickets are $9 each and available from the Eiffel Tower box office. We went up during the day for an alternative view to the night time view we got from the Stratosphere.

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    The Eiffel Tower Experience

    by Jefie Written Dec 13, 2008

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    We weren't too sure about going up the Eiffel Tower because we were afraid we would walk into a tourist trap. However, as we'd been pretty reasonable thus far (it was before the whole shoes incident) and I usually like going up buildings to enjoy a nice view of whichever city I happen to be in, we ended up getting tickets to the Eiffel Tower Experience. I'm so glad we did! Because it sits at the center of the Las Vegas Strip, the Eiffel Tower offers one of the best views of the famous boulevard. The elevator ride goes by fairly quickly thanks to a pre-recording that keeps repeating that everything is sexier in Paris (?!), and it takes you to the observation platform that stands 460 feet above the Strip. Its birdcage-like structure allows you to take great pictures of the surrounding buildings thanks to little holes through which you can put your camera.

    Once you get up there, you should also make sure to secure a spot facing the Bellagio to watch the fountain show. The music can be heard very clearly, and being elevated gives you a whole new perpective since you are able to see the lights as well as the fountains. I thought that watching the show and enjoying the view below was totally worth the $10 entrance fees. You can stay as long as you want on the observation deck, and I would highly recommend going at night - that's when Las Vegas is at its prettiest!

    Looking south from the Vegas Eiffel Tower Looking north from the Vegas Eiffel Tower Fountains of Bellagio, seen from the Eiffel Tower Not the best pic, but I like the background The Las Vegas replica of the Eiffel Tower
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    Pour un petit goût de Paris

    by Jefie Updated Dec 13, 2008

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    As far as thematic hotels go, I thought Paris Las Vegas was one of the most impressive ones, along with the Venitian and New York, New York hotels. The Paris Las Vegas hotel and casino opened in 1999 and can easily be recognized thanks to its reproduction of the Eiffel Tower. Standing at 540 ft tall, it is about half the size of the original one and it sits on top of the casino, in which three of the tower's four "feet" can be seen. Just a few steps away you can see the hotel's Arc du Triomphe, which is about two thirds the size of the original one and is remarkably similar to the one in Paris.

    We got a kick out of all the French signs inside the hotel (Les Toilettes, La Réception, Le Théâtre...), and we also enjoyed wandering through the little Parisian-like street bordered by different shops and restaurants. After much hesitation, we decided to pass on "Mon Ami Gabi", a nice little French bistro with a sidewalk terrace overlooking the Strip and the Bellagio that offered a relatively affordable menu. Instead we decided to do the Eiffel Tower Experience (see my next tip) and we were not disappointed! Of course it's not nearly the same as actually being in Paris but if you can't afford the trip to Europe, walking through the Paris Las Vegas might just be the next best thing - or it will at least bring back some nice memories :o)

    Paris Las Vegas, on the Strip Las Vegas's Arc du Triomphe A fountain in front of the casino's entrance Inside the hotel, on the Parisian street Paris Las Vegas at night
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    Paris Las Vegas

    by sue_stone Written Oct 18, 2008

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    Another amazing themed hotel/casino in the heart of the Las Vegas Strip is the Paris Las Vegas. Yes, you guessed it, this is a (not so small) slice of Paris in the middle of the desert.

    The hotel is easily identifiable by the massive Eiffel Tower that sits out front. It is a half size exact reproduction of the real one, and you can take the "Eiffel Tower Experience" which is basically just a ride to the top. Other landmarks you may recognise include the Arc de Triomphe (two-thirds replica no less), the Louvre and the Hotel de Ville.

    In the casino you could almost feel like you were out walking the boulevards of Paris (apart from the slot machines of course), with blue sky and clouds overhead, and familiar lampposts and arches.

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