Paris Las Vegas Hotel Review

Harrah’s Paris Las Vegas Hotel is exactly what the name implies a hotel that is themed after the famed city in France. One of its most noted structures is the 5/8ths scale, 541 foot replica of the Eiffel Tower but you’ll also find many other noted replicas on the property including the Montgolfier Balloon, the Arc de Triomphe, La Fontaine des Mers, and a façade that represents the Paris Opera House and the Louvre.

Staying at Paris Las Vegas

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Paris Las Vegas Hotel Room

European elegance is the theme for guests of the Paris Las Vegas Hotel with classic style, fine craftsmanship, and authentic details to complete the overall fee. Careful attention has been paid to the fabrics, furniture, floors, countertops and other details to make the room seem very Parisian in nature. If you’re really looking for luxury the Red Rooms are the way to go with their addition luxury and a touch of romance as well. The Paris Las Vegas has a concierge lounge located on the 31st floor and guests, for an additional fee, can experience all the additional benefits of a concierge room including breakfast, appetizers, drinks, newspapers, business services, and direct concierge services.

Attractions at Paris Las Vegas

The biggest attraction at the Paris Las Vegas is obviously the Eiffel Tower. Touted as a romantic destination this replica is simply a must for visitors to the city. Rising 460 feet above the strip at the very top of the Eiffel Tower Ride is perhaps the best view of the strip. A guided elevator takes you to the top with informative tidbits about the city provided along the way. If you’d like to spend a little more time at the tower, the Eiffel Tower Restaurant on the 11th floor is a great place to stop.

Gaming at Paris Las Vegas

The Paris Las Vegas features all of the standard games such as slots, table games, keno and a race and sports book, but it’s not necessarily the games that the Paris Las Vegas offers that makes it appealing, it’s the atmosphere. The gaming area has cobblestone lined pathways, iron street lamps and an atmosphere that is somehow a melding of Paris and Las Vegas all at once.

Shopping at Paris Las Vegas

Just like the city of Paris itself, a trip to Paris Las Vegas isn’t complete without a shopping trip or two. The hotel features two different shopping promenades, the Bally’s-Paris Promenade and Le Boulevard. The Bally’s-Paris Promenade connects the two hotels and features exclusive French jewelry, women’s accessories, art shops, and a handful of other shops with French themes. Le Boulevard is a little less high end and more accessible with its quaint boutiques, gift shops, home and garden stores, gourmet food purveyors, and a few luxurious high end stores with French themed merchandise.

Dining at Paris Las Vegas

Paris is known for its classic cooking style that is full of rich flavors and delectable sauces and the Paris Las Vegas is obviously home to the most acclaimed French restaurant in the city, the Eiffel Tower Restaurant. Sitting 100 feet above the strip this restaurant also has some of the most dynamic and romantic views of the city. For a wonderful meal with a more French American feel, Les Artistes Steakhouse is an excellent selection, this restaurant’s impressionist artwork continues to draw raves and makes the dining experience even more of an indulgence. If you’re looking for rather fast French food on the go, Mon Ami Gabi gives you a quick bistro experience with al fresco dining on the strip so you can still watch the action.

Entertainment at Paris Las Vegas

Paris Las Vegas has a comedy act unlike the others on the strip, Anthony Cools, noted hypnotist, entertains the crowds with his unusual brand of humor. Who knows, maybe you or one of your entourage will be his next victim. For clubs with entertainment Paris Las Vegas has Napoleon’s with its Dueling Piano’s performances and Le Cabaret with its live bands. But it’s probably Risque that draws the biggest crowds with sweeping second floor balconies that that seem to bring the strips action into the bar, it’s like being on the strip and being out of the crowds at the same time. Whichever club you decide to hit at Paris Las Vegas, make sure you pick up your souvenir glass to take home with you. It’s an inexpensive memento of your trip to Paris.


Paris Las Vegas Hotel & Casino
3655 Las Vegas Boulevard South
Las Vegas, NV 89109