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3655 Las Vegas Blvd. South : Map | Gmap

» Nearby: Bally's Las Vegas   Planet Hollywood   Bellagio  

History:

Opened on September 1, 1998, Paris Las Vegas was one of the last of the 90s construction boom mega resorts to open. It features a replica of Paris' Eiffel Tower, a plethora of fine French dining and croupiers who speak fluent French and cocktail waitress who say "Merci Beau Coup" when you give them tips. Nice joint!


Paris Las Vegas Cool Stuff:

The cold hard cobblestone walkways are not cool, particularly at 5am after trudging around the strip for 39 hours straight.



The Real Deal on Paris Las Vegas:

The Paris casino is connected to Bally's casino by a walkway aligned with shops and Paris' Le Village Buffet. After initially not being so hot on Paris' casino, it's actually grown on us with the help of Mrs. Jackpots showing us where all the hot slot machines are. Drink service is excellent, dollar slots over by the champagne slot area are excellent and the casino bars are fun and have playable video poker.


The Casino at Paris Las Vegas

Lots of slots and video poker as well as Craps, all manner of Blackjack, Roulette, Baccarat, mini-Baccarat, PaiGow Poker, PaiGow Tiles, Three Card Poker, Caribbean Stud, Let It Ride and a full featured Race and Sports Book as well as a Keno Lounge and a poker room. They also offer a 2 for 1 and 3 for 1 slot area (three pulls for the price of one). We're not sure how the action is at these games...


The Rooms at Paris Las Vegas

Paris offers three types of rooms, Standard Room (Grandma guest-bedroom style), Suite LeMans (Nicer Grandma guest bedroom style) and Suite Calais (Rich Grandma room style) running from $99 to $289. All rooms are finely decorated and feature the usual in-room safe (for a fee - free in suites) hair dryer, ironing board plus high speed internet (not free).


The Restaurants at Paris Las Vegas

Try some 'franch fries. And franch dressing. And franch bread. And to drink, Perrooo.'

The problem with the French, is that they have no word for 'cliche'. The food theme at Paris, is French. And if it ain't French, some fusion is added making it somewhat French. For fine dining there is a choice of Ortanique, which is, in their words, 'caribbean cuisine prepared in a French tradition'.

If you want a great view of the Strip along with your fois gras, check out the Eiffel Tower Restaurant and for those of you who like to dine in rich surroundings with museum art, try Les Artistes.

That little joint on the north side of the entrance is Mon Ami Gabi, which offers French bistro dining with The Strip standing in as the Champs Elysee. It is modeled after an authetic French bistro. Can someone tell us, do they really look like this? Comments, anyone, anyone?

Le Village Buffet offers food from the five provinces of France, with live cooking stations, including a Fondue and Grill, which sounds pretty damn good to us. If you were thinking, 'hmmm...where can I get some Pan Asian Parisian cuisine?', then you are in luck. Check out Ah Sin (no, not Ahh So), satisfing all your Asian food needs conviently in one restaurant (eh, what's the difference).

Le Proven´┐Żal offers offers 'French-Italian' cuisine and the waitstaff sings and dances for ya, just like in good ole Paree. They also have a bakery, a crepery, and a cafe.


Reader Ratings & Reviews:

My Rating: 2 HedgedBettor posted on 11th July 2016 :

Its been so many years since I spent actual time at Paris that I don't even want to comment on it, other than to say that if you're looking for a lovely romantic meal, seriously consider the Eiffel Tower Restaurant. It may not have the name of a celebrity chef on the door, but it does have wonderful French cuisine in a truly exceptional space. The rest of Paris may not be recommended, but the Eiffel Tower is.

My Rating: 6 Queentata44 posted on 23rd November 2015 :

Home away from home. Eiffel Tower. MAG.

My Rating: 4 setzer posted on 30th November 2014 :

The ambiance was good; some say it would be tacky, but here that's expected for a themed resort. The bars and restaurants (Martorano's was awesome) were good overall. My only gripe is that the casino layout is a little on the odd side and can get confusing to walk around. That said, it was an OK gamble, with many blackjack tables with $10 or $15 with 3/2 and surrender rule. My one craps session was also memorable, especially at 2:00am on a very lively table. Also, good access to the other casinos, such as Planet Hollywood or Bally's.
(Addendum from Dec '15 trip) Le Village Buffet was pretty decent. That said, I got an excellent table facing out towards the promenade, where I could eat, sip my booze, and people-watch all at once.

My Rating: 5 crapsrme posted on 10th April 2014 :

OK rooms, good casino

My Rating: 4 jinx73 posted on 31st March 2013 :

My favorite mid-tier property on the strip, although Caesars considers it a higher end property. Great customer service from hotel and casino staff. Floor is lively at night with live music in the lounge and Party Pit.

My Rating: 3 radgambler posted on 5th February 2013 :

Fix the fucking Balloon. Love the Diamond Lounge.

My Rating: 4 sivled posted on 12th December 2012 :



Very nice nothing special three stars.

My Rating: 4 chrisrobbins1980 posted on 13th September 2012 :

Love the feel of the casino. Like the open air aspect of the painted roof.

My Rating: 6 MGMCaesars posted on 17th August 2012 :

Eiffel Tower, can wait for 4 hours?

My Rating: 5 oldrichgreywolf posted on 29th December 2011 :

Average rooms in upper midrange. GREAT restaurants and would stop an Mon Ami Gabi daily if I could.

My Rating: 5 swillig posted on 16th December 2011 :

Stayed here about 4 years ago and had a very enjoyable experience. Much like the Monte Carlo, it is very centralized on the strip and allows for easy access to many of the other casinos. Inside, it feels relatively small compared to many of the other casinos, but we personally enjoy that type of vibe. I would recommend this casino to anyone heading to Las Vegas.

My Rating: 6 Joyad posted on 17th July 2011 :

LOVE Paris! We always stay there. We get great drink service and the employees are very friendly and helpful.

My Rating: 3 blackjacker1979 posted on 25th April 2011 :

Decent mid range joint in need of an update stat.

My Rating: 5 Blonde4ever posted on 9th April 2011 :

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My Rating: 4 CWatts26 posted on 29th January 2011 :

Stayed here one night and thought it was pretty cool. I like the theme and all.. plus they had a cool little sports book. Disappointed they took down the fountain for some lame Sugar Factory. The Red Rooms were awesome with a great view of the Bellagio fountains.

My Rating: 6 jammoral posted on 19th November 2010 :

I love the casino, alway been lucky there. The music from the lounges can be heard on the the casino floor and makes for a fun place. Wait staff are great alway around..

My Rating: 5 KellyVegas posted on 6th October 2010 :

Nice room, liked room service, cool bartender...

My Rating: 5 MiguelA posted on 18th September 2010 :

I like the Paris. The rooms are ok, sometimes with a view. The layout is a bit funky but you get used to it pretty easy. I don't like the walkway area as it seems a bit crowded. I do like that it is connected to Bally's.

Craps tables here are usually $10 and $15.

My Rating: 5 Misnomer posted on 17th August 2010 :

This place is what it would look like if they built a Disneyland in Paris! Wait, what? They did? Hmph. Well then it's nothing like that at all. But I still like the kitsch here. If you go, be wary of the big plastic Eiffel Towers that they fill with red slushy at Gustav's Bar. I heard a bartender admonish a customer that when condensation forms on this particular vessel, it gets slick and will slide down your hand and cut you with its sharp plastic edges. Sacre bleu!

My Rating: 4 Rgiffen2 posted on 10th August 2010 :

I loved Paris before it became Harrah-ized. Now it is Harrah's with a french accent. Taking out the gorgeous fountain outside the resort broke my heart.

My Rating: 3 atdleft posted on 14th May 2010 :

Paris, oh Paris, what happened? Seriously, WTF??!! When will Harrah's ever invest in some much needed "surgical enhancement" here? Well, I guess the new Sugar Factory is a start...But the "Disney-fied France" is getting old and worn. And the rooms look like "granny-pads". And everywhere from the rooms to the sports bars still have "boob tubes", for goodness sake! Oh, and did I mention the big balloon outside hardly has any paint left on top?If it weren't for Mon Ami Gabi being such a fabulous bistro, I would rate this place FAR LOWER...

My Rating: 5 pebbles2009 posted on 5th May 2010 :

Really nice hotel, but the casino was too dark. The breakfast buffet is very good with a wide variety of choices.

My Rating: 5 KosmoK posted on 7th February 2010 :

LIke the newly remodeled Red Rooms with fountain view. Dining options are pretty good, if not the usual over priced strip fare. Still like hanging out at the piano bar in Napoleans and having a few drinks. Casino is still pretty smokey and play is tight here. Easy access to P-Ho next door which I prefer to play at. Still I like the older crowd here and drink service has been pretty good the last couple time I have stayed. I'll keep coming back as long as they give me free rooms.

My Rating: 4 radicaldreamer posted on 24th October 2009 :

Our last trip to Vegas happened to be our first. We did the hokey tourist thing and went to the top of the Eiffel tower. Loved the place but the cocktail waitresses look out of place for a Parisian themed hotel.

My Rating: 4 Romaman posted on 2nd May 2009 :

Paris has gone a little downhill over the years but after they finish remodeling the rooms, adding the nightclub and replacing the old casino carpet, the place will fully be back into tip-top shape.
But ultimantly, Paris just has a good feeling and to me, full of great memories of the family and stuff like that.

My Rating: 5 mitchyT posted on 11th February 2009 :

Classy without being pretentious.

My Rating: 4 jmtheman posted on 25th December 2008 :

I honestly don't know why I like this place. The 6:5 blackjack rules suck but I have won here and had a good time doing so. I like the way the ceilings are painted here and in the Venetian mall. The ride up the fake Eiffel tower was expensive but the view is nothing short of awesome. Also had a great dinner at Mon Ami Gabi. Seemed reasonably priced (for Vegas) and we sat outside with a fantastic view of the strip and Bellagio fountains.

My Rating: 5 Tinski8D5 posted on 30th September 2008 :

Yum, buffet...

My Rating: 6 Vegasgrl1067 posted on 25th September 2008 :

I love the casino here. Love the layout, the cobblestoneish walkways and drink service has always been good.

My Rating: 5 johntree posted on 8th September 2008 :

Best thing about Paris is Mon Ami Gabi! the Eifel Tower restaurant is pretty cool too.

My Rating: 2 krazyk posted on 30th November 1999 :

I've been up the faux Effiel Tower in the past so I was a bit excited to stay here on my recent trip. One, it was the first time staying at a Harrah's property and two, I received a guest comp from a Total Rewards platnium member. Unfortunately, the bed was hard and stiff. It was pretty uncomfortable, and to top it off the bed would crinkle when you roll over. After grinding for 8 hours, i had the worst 5 hours of sleep in my life. It really messed up the remaining 30 hours I had left. Luckily, we were doubled booked at The Orleans. When we got back after Crazy Horse Paris, we packed up and checked out.

My Rating: 4 MinVegas posted on 30th November 1999 :

If only more resorts had been built like this. Comes closes to matching that DisneyWorld-level of theming detail that pre-Palms hotels regularly promised and almost never delivered.

My Rating: 5 albundy posted on 30th November 1999 :

Like the location (mid-strip, across from Bellagio), and the fact that most of the time we are able to get a room with a view of the fountain show. Some of the best food in Las Vegas. Most rooms have been recently romodeled. All that, plus Harrah's (whether you love them or love to hate them) has the best comp program around.

My Rating: 4 RockChickX51 posted on 30th November 1999 :

I really liked the setting in the casino. How they had the ceiling painted like the sky and had the "wind" blowing inside. It was neat. Very creative.

My Rating: 4 istare posted on 30th November 1999 :

One of our favorite places to drink and people watch. The rooms are so so for how pricey they are.

My Rating: 4 bobtiki posted on 30th November 1999 :

The decor is nice, the dealers seemed friendly, and it's the only place I ever won big money at a slot machine. The Bruchetta d'Aqui red champagne at Napoleon's is also out of this world.

My Rating: 3 maintrainstation posted on 30th November 1999 :

My room probably looked great when this place opened, but I was really disappointed for 2007. Except for the fancy bathrooms, I preferred the rooms in the Stardust tower that I got on closing weekend in Oct '06. The slots gobbled my money real fast which didn't inspire me to bet minimum $15 a hand those nights at the tables.