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Las Vegas Nevada Hotels – Paris Resort – A Overview of the Finest Reasons To Go to

May 11, 2013

Paris Las Vegas captures all of the intricate details of Paris, right down to the cobblestone sidewalks and half-scale replicas of the Eiffel Tower and Arc de Triomphe. The building facades surrounding the casino are modeled after these of actual French neighborhoods, including the occasional ‘on the market’ sign within the window.

French wrought iron avenue lamps dot the 85,000-square-foot casino floor while the 40-foot ceiling is painted to resemble the sky. The legs of the 50-story Eiffel Tower sprawl out into the middle of the more than one hundred gaming tables, 2,200 gaming machines, high limit slots, high limit table sport area, poker room and race and sports activities book. A half-scale duplicate of Le Pont Alexandre III overlooks all the casino motion while providing the gateway to the Eiffel Tower elevators.

Those who are not afraid of heights won’t wish to miss the chance to trip to the top of the Eiffel Tower and enjoy panoramic views of the city. Halfway to the top, the world-class Eiffel Tower Restaurant combines fine French cuisine with a touch of romance. Mon Ami Gabi and Les Artistes Steakhouse offer their very own appeal down on the casino level.

Guests will forget the casino is close by as they stroll past bubbling fountains and down the winding alleyways of Le Boulevard, crammed with charming boutiques and restaurants that resemble Parisian cafes. Le Provencal offers nourishment for the stomach and the soul, with its Italian meals and singing waiters and waitresses. The adjoining Le Crêperie cooks up entrée and desert crêpes whereas Le Village Buffet offers classic French meals in a village atmosphere.

On the lookout for some luck — or a approach to spend your winnings? Go to Le Burger Brasserie and order their signature dish, a $777 Kobe beef and Maine lobster burger. Topped with caramelized onions, imported Brie, crispy prosciutto and one hundred-year aged balsamic vinegar, the burger is served with a bottle of Rose Dom Perignon champagne.

Visitor rooms are spacious and fantastically appointed, offering dual-line telephones, data ports, full-length mirrors, marble bathrooms and more. Let go of that last bit of stress at Mandara Spa or catch some rays on the pool. Those who at all times dreamt of a Paris wedding will need to go to the hotel’s chapels, Chapelle du Paradis or Chapelle du Jardin.

The Metropolis of Light doesn’t go uninteresting after dark. With the hypnotic fun of Anthony Cools , there’s loads of entertainment to experience at Paris Las Vegas. Take pleasure in live music at Le Cabaret present lounge or smoke a cigar in style at Napoleon’s.

Paris Las Vegas additionally caters to the enterprise buyer, with 140,000 sq. ft of convention space in addition to a business center.

Paris Las Vegas Details

Number of Rooms: 2,916.

Casino: Yes, 85,000-square-foot casino with 100 table games including Blackjack, Craps, Roulette, more than 2,200 slot and video poker machines, and a high-limit slots and table game area.

Race & Sports Book: Yes, a 265-seat race and sports book, equipped with 221 televisions and 11 big screens.

Restaurants: Paris has the following dining options: Café Belle Madeleine, Eiffel Tower Restaurant, Les Artistes Steakhouse, Mon Ami Gabi, Le Provençal, Le Village Buffet, du Parc, Le Café Île St. Louis, JJ’s Boulangerie, La Creperie, Sugar Factory and Le Burger Brasserie Sports Grille.

Entertainment: Entertainment can be found at several lounges. Barry Manilow performs in the Paris Theater. Anthony Cools – The Uncensored Hypnotist amazes audiences at the Anthony Cools Experience. The Magic of Paris is another show option.

Nightlife: Chateau Nightclub & Beer Garden , a 45,000-square-foot nightclub with an outdoor terrace. Bars throughout the property.

Attractions: The Eiffel Tower.

Pool: Yes, one octagon-shaped pool and two Jacuzzis.

Health Club or Fitness Equipment: Yes.

Spa: Yes, the Spa by Mandara offers multiple types of massages and services. The spa also has a full-service salon.

Shops: Paris Las Vegas offers about 20 restaurants and shops throughout Le Boulevard.

Wedding Services: Yes, the Paris Chapel offers a number of wedding ceremony packages.

Business Center: Yes, located in the indoor avenue of shops that connects Bally’s and Paris casinos. Open Sunday – Thursday 6 a.m. – 7 p.m. and Friday – Saturday, 7 a.m. – 7 p.m.

Convention Rooms: Yes, 140,000 square feet of pillarless meeting space.

Child-care Facilities: No.

Room Service: Yes.

Pets Allowed: Yes, but only in specific rooms. There is also a fee.

In-Room Internet Access: Yes, with high-speed Internet access.

Parking Garage: Yes, a seven-story parking garage.

RV Park: No.

Shuttle Service to the airport: No.

Shuttle Service to the Strip: The new Las Vegas monorail route includes stops at: MGM Grand, Bally’s / Paris, Flamingo, Harrah’s / Imperial Palace, Las Vegas Convention Center, Las Vegas Hilton and the Sahara.

Standard Room Amenities: Air conditioning, desk, electronic door locks, in-room safe, iron and ironing board, hair dryer, alarm clock/radio, remote-controlled cable TV, telephone, voice mail, pay-per-view movies.

Standard Room Amenities: Concierge, currency exchange, safety deposit box, car rental, laundry, luggage and maid service, wake-up call.

Wheelchair Accessible Rooms: Yes.

Check-in Time: 3 p.m.

Check-out Time: 11 a.m.

Minimum Age to Reserve a Room: 21 years.

Policies: Rates are for single or double occupancy only. An additional person rate of $30 per person, per night will be charged, regardless of age.

Incidental Charges: Hotel requires a credit card for incidental charges.

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Updated: 04/06/2013 by Las Vegas Nevada Hotels

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