Paris Las Vegas
4 star hotel
3655 Las Vegas Blvd S,
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Our take on Paris Las Vegas
American writer Thomas Gold Appleton once remarked, "Good Americans, when they die they go to Paris." But, you can certainly enjoy Paris Las Vegas while you're alive and well - and that's Paris in Las Vegas, not France, of course. Experience joie de vivre here by taking in all that the Paris Hotel has to offer - its sumptuous, romantic atmosphere, is unlike anything else on the Vegas Strip. Guest rooms bring a touch of the City of Lights across the pond, with features such as crown molding, custom European furniture, marble bathrooms and splendid textiles. Recently updated, the "Red Room Luxury" rooms take the traditional French style and marry it with a kiss of contemporary; with a shape described by the hotel as "plump, puckered lips," the signature sofa in these rooms defines its style. Naturally, Paris Las Vegas restaurants offer delicious cuisine, especially at the popular al fresco bistro, the Mon Ami Gabi. Remember to take a ride to the top of the Paris hotel's own Eiffel Tower. Ah, la belle vie (the good life).
Insider Tips on the Best Rooms at this Hotel
Noise levels highly depend on occupancy at the time of check in, but light sleepers should request a room towards the end of the hallways, farther from the main elevator bank and foot traffic.
Rooms with a View
Premier room types offer great views of the Las Vegas Strip while Red Room Premier room types offer even better views overlooking the pool and centering in on the Eiffel Tower and Las Vegas Strip.
Standard room types with a king bed located on the corners may be larger than standard rooms within the same category.
Floor Plan and Room Views
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The hotel offers Strip views, pool views and mountain views; the best view is the pool view, which overlooks CityCenter.
CityCenter consists of five high-rise buildings and a shopping center, and at night, the buildings light up with different colors lights. You'll have to request a room above floor 17 to see CityCenter.
If you don't mind shelling out a few extra doubloons, be sure to reserve a room that faces Las Vegas Boulevard so you can get a bird's-eye view of the spectacular "Sirens of TI" show.
Floors 17 and higher are the strip view rooms, and therefore, offer the best views of the Strip.
Park Avenue Deluxe and Broadway Deluxe rooms are available with strip views at a slightly increased nightly rate. To guarantee a strip view room, request an upgrade while making your reservation.