Paris Hotel - Casino, Las Vegas
Of course during your visit of Las Vegas,you must to come and see the Paris-Las Vegas Grand Hotel also.Is located just opposite of Bellagio hotel.
Here you'll see perfect small replicas of Eiffel Tower and Arc de Trioumphe and a huge blue baloon.
Because the Paris-Las Vegas hotel is located just opposite to the Bellagio hotel,a good look point to see the Lights& Fountains show there is at the small Eiffel Tower,from here you can see it very well.
There are also a few nice restaurants,I suggest you :"Mon Ami Gabi",and some nice shops.The City of Lights still alive in Las Vegas!!!.
This is a night view of the Strip with the Paris hotel and Eiffel Tower iluminated.
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.
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!!
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paris casino is french themed casino with a collection of replica paris landmarks. like new york new york it is an interesting peice of architechture. the interior of the casino is a replica paris neighborhood. a very interesting casino to visit when in las vegas.
Paris has so many WONDERFUL things to do other than gamble and drink.
1) Ride up to the top of the Eiffel Tower. The elevator is glass and you watch yourself go up and it made my knees week! However, it has GREAT views of the strip. In fact, you can even watch Bellagio's fountains and hear the music when the shows are going through. If you're visiting in the summer it's nice to go up in the evening and cool down.
2) Shopping! I picked up quite a few different souvenirs here. Great shopping :)
3) Paris had very friendly waitresses and pretty good slots!
4) Get the Eiffel Tower margarita or strawberry daquiri!! They cost about $20 but it's an entire pitcher. We took these and sat outside the fountains taking a break from the casinos.
After exiting Caesar's Palace, I walked up and over the major roads to get to the Paris Resort and Casino. I knew there was a Mon Ami Gabi in Las Vegas and I was pretty sure that this is where I would find it. I walked through the entrance under the Eiffel Tower and found the restaurant which still wasn't open so I strolled through the area with all the restaurants, designed to look like a Parisian street. I was tempted by the crepe stand and a couple of the cafes, most other people were lined up at the buffet, a common sight in Las Vegas. There's also the high end Eiffel Tower restaurant, a little too pricey for me I suspect.
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!
The Eiffel Tower in Las Vegas! Well actually a 1/2 size replica of the one in Paris, impressive all the same.
Ascend to the top in the lift 460 feet high. There on the observation deck you can see the whole of Vegas before you.
There are telescopes I think they were 50cents.
The tower is open 10am-1am
Concessions for seniors and children
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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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
We all went up to the top of the Eiffel Tower in Paris (about $10-$15 pp) and the view is absolutely breath-taking. There is a platform built within the Tower at the top that one of the two elevators takes you to. When you're on the platform (which I would think could hold about 50 people if we packed together) the "wall" is the Eiffel Tower side, so you can stick your hand through and you're hand is "outside." The wind feels great that high up. The view is amazing at night and I suggest going then as well to see the Fountains at Bellagio from right above (since Paris is across the Strip from Bellagio, at that high up, you're almost on top of it).
You have 2 choices to view the Strip from above.
The Stratosphere, or the Paris Eiffel Tower.
The Paris option is far batter.
A. It is more central
B. In a better hotel/casino
C. It is opposite the Bellagio fountain show
The tower is a half size replica of the real thing. They originally wanted to make it the real size but planning permisison was refused.
I forget the cost to go up, maybe $15, well worth it
...continuing your tour.... from The Bellagio, cross the street and enter the Paris Hotel and Casino.
The Paris Hotel and Casino is one of the newer casinos on the strip. Standing in front of the property is a small-scale replica of the Eiffel Tower. It is exactly half the size of the real Eiffel Tower and is a commanding presence on the strip. There are several interesting things to do and see at Paris:
Start outside the casino. Right outside the front entrance, you'll find a replica of the Arc de Triomphe (it is two-thirds the size of the original).
On the north corner of the casino front you'll discover a replica of the Louvre facade. Though you won't find "Mona Lisa" and "Venus de Milo" here, this tribute to the most famous musuem in Paris is worth seeing.
There are more replicas to see, including the tribute to the Paris Opera House facade at the south corner of the casino. You'll also see a replica of Paris City Hall (aka "Hotel de Ville") behind the casino.
Check out the "Eiffel Tower Experience," which allows you to ride to the top of the Eiffel Tower and enjoy the panoramic views of the Las Vegas area. At the landing, you'll be 460 feet above the ground. The hours are 10:00 am ? 1:00 am in good weather.
The gaming floor at Paris is one of the most interesting and attractive in Las Vegas. It is designed to look like a Parisian park, complete with trees, a ceiling that looks like sky and a winding city street filled with shops. The base of the Eiffel Tower also extends into the gaming floor, so you can see the bottom of the Tower from this area. It's really a great space! Continue towards the back of the gaming area to explore the French-themed shops (Les Elements, Les Enfants, La M?nagerie de Paris, etc...)
Paris hotel casino adds another landmark to the Las Vegas Strip: a half-scale Eiffel Tower. Everything is mirrored to the smallest details. You can take the elevator to an observation deck at the top and have a view of the entire Strip. The facade also has replicas of Arc de Triomphe, Paris Opera House and the Louvre. At the base of the Eiffel Tower sits the casino, complete with a Pont Alexander III, cobblestone "streets" and cast-iron street lamps. Plenty of French restaurants and stores with French goods complete the picture.