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Paris Las Vegas
Ranked #56 of 265 Hotels in Las Vegas
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Reviewed 28 March 2011

Can't complain, but just okay. Service was fine. We were able to do an early check in. Have stayed at better but like I said nothing to really complain about.

  • Stayed: July 2010, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 28 March 2011

First I will give our review, and then I will give some general information.

My wife and I stayed at Paris March 17th through March 22nd of this year for the 17th time. As you probably can guess we love Paris. One of the top reasons is the casino. We are both non smokers and with a three story high ceiling the smoke dissipates quickly. Unless you are right next to a smoker you really do not notice the smoke. Almost all of the other casinos have low ceilings with some only being 10 feet high. At Paris we do not feel confined. Another top reason is Paris’s location, being center strip. You are within walking distance to many of the shows as well as many of the great restaurants.

Over the course of our many trips we have eaten at all the restaurants in Paris and have tried a lot of different dishes. All are very good. Some of the best is the Le Creperie, Le Burger Brasserie and Mon Ami Gabi (especially the outdoor café area).

Service at Paris is top notch including the front desk, maid service, restaurants, bars and especially the cocktail servers. When we checked in, our non smoking comped room was not available. Shirley at the front desk upgraded us to a strip view room at no charge and we did not have to ask for this. We are very late night people when in Vegas, so typically we ask to have our room cleaned in the afternoon and we give a couple hour time frame to have it done and the maids were always accommodating. But, the best service is from the cocktail servers on the casino floor. Three servers are worth mentioning, at the slot machines during day shift Saturday through Wednesday is Andrea, table games during day shift Monday through Friday is Ferra and the best server that we have come across in Vegas is at the slot machines during the swing shift Wednesday through Sunday. Her name is Angela.

General Information. This information is primary for first times to Paris and/or Vegas

1) If you drive to Vegas – Virtually all the Strip Hotels self parking lots are far away from front desk. To avoid carrying your luggage a long distance after parking your car you have two options. If you are with someone go to the normal entrance where the taxis drop people off , unload your luggage and have one person stay with the luggage, go park your car and then come back to help with the luggage or in most cases the bell hop can help (for a tip). If you are by yourself, you can leave your luggage with the bell hop (for a tip), tell them you are just going to park your car and then come back for your luggage.
2) The cocktail servers in the table area as well as in the slot area have a zone that they are working in Servers are not allowed to cross over to another zone to serve a customer even if it is right across the aisle. Therefore do not get mad if the server tells you that you are not in her zone/station. The servers primarily work for tips and most drinks that they serve you would cost $6 to $10 at the bar, therefore tip accordingly. If you are going to be in an area for 2 or 3 hours, get to know your server. Be nice to her, treat her with respect and tip well. During their shift she will take an hour break and a relief server fills in.
3) Many of the hotels have a mandatory resort fee of $22 or more per night. This resort fee is to cover the use of the gym and WIFI. Caesars Properties, which Paris is part of, does not charge a mandatory resort fee. They do charge $14.99 per 24 hours per device for WIFI in the room, (Smart phones are the same as a laptop) and $25 per day for gym access. There is FREE WIFI access in Café Belle Madeleine. Therefore, if you do not use WIFI or the gym you will save money.
4) There is food 24 hours at Paris with many choices through out the day. For late night dining (11:00 PM to 6:00AM) food is available at the Sugar Factory. Café Ile St Louis used to be open 24 hours (Starting April 11th they will close at 11:00 PM and open at 6:00 AM). At most of the restaurants they give you a lot of food and if you have an average appetite you can split a meal (they may charge a small split fee). From about 10:30 AM to 12:30 PM and 6:00 PM to 8:00PM the lines at the restaurants can be quite long, if you can avoid these times your wait will be short.
5) Paris may look old and that it needs a new coat of paint. Paris hotel and the Casino is meant to look like old Paris, therefore what may look like old dingy paint is in reality the look that they have intended, i.e. a distressed look.
6) Vegas is a 24 hour city and people are always in the casinos. Paris does a very good job of keeping the Casino area clean, floors swept, ash trays emptied, drink glasses and bottles removed from the tables and slot machines.
7) If you book with a room with Paris at one price and you see that the rates have dropped before you make your trip, just call Paris (at least 72 hours prior) and ask them to adjust your rate. His does not work if you have booked a package deal or with some travel agent.
8) Remember, Vegas is expensive relative to most small towns and cities so do not be shocked at the prices for food and drinks. There are bargains if you do your research. If you have any questions in particular about Paris as well as some fine restaurants feel free to e-mail me.

  • Stayed: March 2011, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 28 March 2011

Just returned from a couple nights at Paris. Overall, the stay was okay but would've been great if staff had been the least bit helpful or polite. We started our stay at the front desk with the clerk insisting there were no strip views available even though I'd requested one with my reservation months ago. She was downright rude as she kept trying to put us in a room with a king-size bed even though I repeatedly told her we needed 2 queens and had made a reservation 2 queens. Finally I flat out told her I was travelling with a friend, not a boyfriend, and we would not be sharing a bed! In the end, the premier red room requested with queen beds overlooking the strip was a mediocre red room overlooking the parking garage. I know hotels can't guarantee requests like views but I also know those rooms were most likely given to people who booked their rooms much later than I did. Not sure what makes their money better than mine?
One morning we would've liked room service but there was no book in the room to peruse choices so we opted to go downstairs.
One afternoon I walked up to the counter at Le Cafe to order a latte. The young man behind the counter refused to acknowledge me even though there was nobody else at the counter. Finally I flat out asked if I could order a coffee and he replied "yeah". When I asked for a latte I was told his steamer didn't work and I should go to the place across the hall. Then he proceeded to tell me that this was a "bar NOT a coffee shop" I told him that the sign right above our heads said "Le Cafe" and mentioned espressos so they should change the name then! Walked across the hall to Cafe Belle and had a very average latte there.
We had lunch at Le Village Buffet and the food was very good and our waiter was pleasant and on the ball.
Waitresses serving the slot machines were also quicker and more efficient than most we found at the strip.
Had a dinner at Mon Ami Gabi that was overpriced but great food.

  • Stayed: March 2011, travelled with friends
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Reviewed 28 March 2011

We stayed at the Paris in March 2011 to celebrate my birthday. We were given an upgrade to a Premier Red Room upon check-in, 29th floor. The room was cleaned spotlessly everyday & the bed was very comfortable. We had great views of the south strip out of one window and the Cosmopolitan out of the other.
We had brunch at Mon Ami Gabi - seated on the patio - the mushroom omelet & blueberry french toast were fabulous. We had lunch at La Creperie - fast, affordable & yummy. Cafe Ile St Louis was convenient & tasty for middle of the night eats. We also had a wonderful dinner experience at Les Artistes Steakhouse - the service was flawless, the steaks were huge, the lobster fantastic - definitely worth the splurge.
I can't think of a bad thing to say about this hotel. The location mid-strip was convenient for getting around, the ambiance of the hotel was romantic, the staff we personally encountered were friendly & helpful. Oh ya, and the drink service on the casino floor was reasonably quick. I would definitely stay here again!

Make sure to take a trip to the top of the Eiffel Tower at night to see the Bellagio fountains show & some great views of the city.

  • Stayed: March 2011, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 27 March 2011

We had booked an offer using total rewards. We had searched for an offer that was appealing to us and chose 4 free nights with 200 in reel reward credit. the offer stated friday, saturday and sunday. Booked it to check in on Sunday assuming the reward credits would be available as we had used this offer in the past. Nope new offer and we had to register for some giveaway type thing and had to register earlier on sunday.
Talked to a casino host and she could not help us at all, bad start to a vacation!!!
She had told us she couldn't switch to a new offer that started that day but she could offer us Barry Manilow tickets and two free burgers at Burger Brassiere WTF this was a different offer and she managed to switch us to this!!! I loved the concert and the burgers so it didn't end up all that bad BUT.........still a bad start.
Loved the stay in the Hotel - Location was great our "luxury room with a view" was on the 6th floor overlooking the pool and the eiffel tower which was nice, but upon checking in she did say it had a view of the fountains. Not so...Maybe a spurt or so out of the very top corner of the window. When we checked in to the room there was a take out bag in the mini bar(which was turned off) Left a note for the maid to take care of it...she didn't.
we finally dropped it off in the hallway trash. Other than that we had no problems with the room. Loved the ease to get to other casinos nearby
Casino is easy to navigate and cocktail service is pretty good for the most part, Once you get a drink they come around fairly often, it just takes awhile to get that first one.
Not much winning but did manage a few wins that would keep us going for awhile
Sat by the pool one afternoon.
Not a bad pool area not decorated as nice as some but had decent sun from 10 am to 4 pm which I know is a problem with some of the other resorts.
Went to the coffee shop each morning for a coffee juice and danish and brought it back to the room . Lines were long but moved pretty fast.
Elevators are some of the best we've found in Vegas . They are divided into 3 sections depending on which floor you are on and each group has 6 eleveators.
Definitely would stay here again.

  • Stayed: March 2011, travelled as a couple
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2  Thank maho33
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Reviewed 27 March 2011

We booked this hotel last minute through hotels dot com and got rooms for $70 per night. The hotel was great and we decided to stay there again after our trip to the Grand Canyon. However, the rate for advance booking was $250 per night. What I learned from surfing hotels dot com is that you can get great deals if you are willing to book last-minute in Vegas, and they have enough room capacity so you will always get a decent room even at 3:00pm, and the rates just keep dropping the later it gets. If you are staying multiple nights, the difference between $70 and $250 really ads up!

  • Stayed: March 2011, travelled with family
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1  Thank rs123013m
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Reviewed 26 March 2011

I used some of my points to bring my colleagues on a weekend trip. As soon as we checked in we noticed the hole in the wall, the dirty bed sheets, and the pizza stains on the floor. Before we could call housekeeping to change the sheets and clean the floor my guests found a used condom behind the bed.

We immediately informed the front desk about the issues that need to be taken care of right away. Roberto at the front desk assured us that a housekeeping manager would clean the room and resolve the issues before we returned.

After spending several hours in meetings we returned to our room to find that the bed sheets were changed but the stains in the carpet and the used condom were still in the room!!!!!!!

After calling once again we were informed that the manager was too busy right now and would call us back. We waited for over two hours and have not received a call. We will be checking out early and never coming back to this dump.

  • Stayed: March 2011, travelled on business
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5  Thank mcg2582
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Address: 3655 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV 89109
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Region: United States > Nevada > Las Vegas
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Business Centre with Internet Access Casino and Gambling Fitness Centre with Gym / Workout Room Free Parking Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly ) Restaurant Room Service Shuttle Bus service Spa Suites Swimming Pool Wheelchair access
Hotel Style:
#19 Green Hotel in Las Vegas
#25 Casino Hotel in Las Vegas
#27 Spa Hotel in Las Vegas
#29 Luxury Hotel in Las Vegas
#50 Romantic Hotel in Las Vegas
#73 Business Hotel in Las Vegas
Price Range: £88 - £255 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:4 star — Paris Las Vegas 4*
Number of rooms: 2916
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
Combining the old-world charm and style of the City of Lights with the excitement of Sin City, you won't find a more romantic spot than Paris Las Vegas. Dine 110 feet above the Las Vegas Strip in the Eiffel Tower Restaurant Las Vegas or go all the way to the top and enjoy a stunning view of Las Vegas on the Eiffel Tower Experience. Back on the ground, guests can enjoy a fun twist on an American classic at Burger Brasserie or treat themselves to Gordon Ramsay Steak, showcasing the fiery, internationally renowned chef's famous hit dishes in an exceptional Las Vegas dining experience. Le Boulevard hosts a variety of shopping, dining and great Las Vegas entertainment choices including Le Village Buffet and Napoleon's Dueling Pianos. ... more   less 
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