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Paris Hotel

16 of 59 hotels in Las Vegas

5 out of 5 from 5 reviews
4 stars
3655 Las Vegas Boulevard South, Las Vegas, Nevada, United States

5 Reviews

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Nice room
11 years 1 month ago
Huge queue at check in at 11.30am, waited 10-15 mins before we were seen. Asked if there was a P room available. She said I had requested a view and we could have one for an extra $55 a night which included breakfast, dinner one night (I think) and hors d'oeuvres. We declined and got 473P on the 4th floor, directly opposite the room we had last time.

Nice room with a small room between the bedroom and bathroom with a desk and built-in wardrobe which housed the safe. There was a one cup coffee maker and supplies in the bathroom that we've never had previously at Paris. There was also a fridge which was empty - bonus. Last time some of the shelves had mini bar items in them although you could use one shelf.

Couldn't find the internet cable so called Engineering. An engineer came about 15 mins later and found the cable hidden behind the fridge. Internet access is $14.99/24 hours.

There is a bus stop outside the hotel for the SDX bus which is the express bus to the outlets with only 3 stops on the strip. However you can also catch the Deuce which stops at every stop.

Mon Ami Gabi is a French steakhouse located at the front of the hotel opposite the Bellagio fountains. We have eaten there several times and can recommend it.
12 years ago
Check in is normally 3-4pm, but we managed to check in at noon.

Got a nice check in clerk and asked if there was a P room available. The only rooms that were ready were a P room on the 4th floor or a regular room on a higher floor so we opted for the P room and were allocated Room 472P.

She checked for the next few days, but there were no P rooms on a higher floor available. I asked if the hotel was busy/full and she said they were at 98% capacity and had never gone below 85%. No wonder they can keep their rates relatively high.

We were in the room by 12 o’clock. Nice room at the end of the corridor on a corner. It had two windows, one facing Bally’s and the other with a partial view of the Bellagio fountains. King size bed with 3 drawers each side, 2 closets, one housing the iron and ironing board with the TV and 3 drawers between. There were 2 armchairs and a table under one window and a sofa under the other. Well stocked mini bar.

The bed and pillows were extremely comfortable as it was a pillow top mattress and was like sleeping on a cloud.

The desk with internet cable was in a small room between the bedroom and bathroom which also had a large closet that housed the safe. The safe was set up high so not handy for checking if it was empty without standing on a chair. Internet access is $14.99 for 24 hours.

Good sized bathroom with toilet, single sink, bath, large separate shower and hairdryer. Nice toiletries including mouth wash and a vanity kit.

We really liked the room as it was spacious, well furnished and spotlessly clean.

There is a note in the room saying you can use the middle shelf of the mini bar to store your personal items. This is unusual as most of the mini bars in Vegas are fully stocked with items on pressure pads and items are charged to your account if you remove them for more than a few seconds.

There are loads of nice restaurants including Mon Ami Gabi which is a French Steakhouse with a patio area overlooking the Bellagio fountains. The Eiffel Tower restaurant is more expensive, but has fantastic views. There are also plenty more casual eating places.

The casino is large and is beautiful inside. The ceiling is painted to resemble the sky with clouds.

The location is excellent as it is centre strip.

This was our second stay at Paris and hopefully won't be our last.

Travel operator: Booked Direct

12 years 5 months ago
Checked in on a Friday night and there were only a couple of check in desks open. I had decided not to bother with the $20 trick or even ask about an upgrade. Said (that was his name) said there were no king bedded rooms available. We were about to settle for 2 queens when he said a king had just become available, that it was an upgrade to a Red Room Luxury (newly renovated) and should be an extra $40 a night, but he would give it to us even though we were staying 4 nights. Nice one! Tipped him $20 and he appreciated it. We weren’t bothered about the view as we’ve had fountain view rooms before at the Bellagio and PH. Got to our room on the 27th floor and it was really nice, but don’t think it was worth an extra $40 a night. We had a view of the mountains, the new PH Towers Westgate and MGM.

I had been a little concerned that the room would be very red, but the only red things were leather panels above the headboard, a red runner on the bed, curtain and cushion. Nice big room with king bed and sofa. Nice sized bathroom with separate shower. 42” flat screen TV. The safe wasn’t big enough to take a laptop and there was an ipod docking station. Two closets with ample hangers, 4 large drawers, mini bar, iron and ironing board and hairdryer. Desk with wired or wireless internet at $14.99/24 hours. There was a card warning to keep the window vents closed to keep the moths out, but despite them being closed we found 2 moths in the room so we think they had come through the air conditioning.

Paris is a huge casino with many restaurants and bars. We really like Mon Ami Gabi where you can see the Bellagio fountains from a patio table.

The location is excellent being centre strip with easy access north or south. There is a free shuttle to the Rio on Paris Drive.

The ceiling inside is painted sky blue with clouds to give the impression you are outside. There is a half size Eiffel Tower with an observation platform and a restaurant. We were invited to view the restaurant and it was beautiful with great view of the fountains.

We really enjoyed our stay at Paris and would certainly return again.


Travel operator: Booked direct

15 years 10 months ago
We stayed at Paris for 10 nights and had a great deal booking directly through the hotel as players club members. We checked in at the airport (alongside the baggage reclaim) - it was much quicker and we were given a complimentary upgrade to a premier view corner room, so we were very pleased!

The room was on the 27th floor directly overlooking the Bellagio fountains and the strip from 2 huge windows. The room itself was spotlessly clean, very pretty and a good size bigger than the room we had booked (we peeked in the standard room to have a nosey). The bathroom was nice, with separate shower and bath. The hairdryer was a full sized proper one - most important if you have a lot of hair!

All the staff we had dealings with at the hotel were really helpful and nice, which was a surprise after reading a lot of comments about them not being.

We ate at the buffet twice, Sunday brunch and dinner, both were excellent in quality and value. The queues for the buffet were huge at times, but we found that between 4 - 5pm it was a case of walking straight in. All the other eating places looked nice and we had plans to eat at them, but we were always too full and after day 3 we were only able to manage one meal a day!

We both liked the casino, very pretty and it was a lot smaller than most and we didn't get lost too often. The drinks came very regularly which was also a big plus!

We really enjoyed our stay at Paris, the location on the strip is excellent, we would definitely consider staying there again.

Travel operator: Expedia

17 years 6 months ago
Very nice hotel, with casin on the basement, and streets inside, with sky-like ceiling. Good restaurants, but better try the buffets on the streets, they are very cheap and the food is great. Nice Eiffel tower, and many french copy, good swimming pool. It is an excellent place to relax, but if you want more fun go to another Vegas hotel, each one is a very unique experience, like the city itself. Go and try is, make sure you set up a limit how much you can loose...

Travel operator: own


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