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Paris Hotel Reviews

Paris Hotel and Casino
83,000 square foot casino and sports book with over 2,000 slot machines and 100 tables. 2,916 rooms and suites, ten restaurants including one 11 stories above The Strip in the 50 story Eiffel Tower, pool, shopping area.

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Would you visit this hotel again?
yes 87%  13% no

Is this hotel family friendly?
yes 92%  8% no
Based on 41 total ratings.

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5stars  
My stay from 2nd.Sept.to 6 sept.in hotel paris was excellant.Enviroment of hotel was very good.Casino was very nice & non suffocated.High security & baggege collecting systam was excellant.
Talia Rajnikant <taliarb@rediffmail.com>
Surat, GuJ., India - Monday, October 06, 2008 at 09:09:20 (CDT)
  Crowds and Kids
There were too many kids running around without supervision. The prices were too high for the quality of food. The Casino Host treated the slot players like lower class citizens. We went to the bar to play the video slot machines and we were both playing and the bartender charged us full price for our drinks. The room was great, the maids were good except for when you had please do not disturb sign on your door they call to see if you wanted your room clean. If the sign says do not distrub that is what it means. My husband was waken up twice and I was once.
Sandy <sandystro_1999@yahoo.com>
Nashville, Tn, USA - Friday, August 11, 2006 at 21:56:49 (CDT)
  I stayed at the Paris about three months after it opened. While theromms were good and the location is excellent, there was an incident right after check-in that ruined any chance of me staying there again.

I had been in roomfor about thirty minutes. I was tired because I was so excited about my trip that I couldn't sleep the night before, so I decided to take a nap. So there I was, lying naked atop the bedspread, trying to fall asleep, when, suddenly, I hear a knock on the door!

My first reaction was to ignore it. I figured it was either a staff member who was knocking by mistake, or some practical joker just looking for a reaction.

Several minutes later, I heard more knocking. This time, I got dressed, opened the door and looked down the hallway. Seeing no one, I deadbolted the door, got undressed again, and tried to fall asleep again.

A few minutes later, things got embarrasing. This time, someone actually got the deadbolt from the outside! I quickly grabbed my pants (which, fortunatelty, were right beside my bed) and draped them over my legs and privates. At this point, I angrily said "What's going on here?"

The reply was "Security!"

I then stated that the room was paid for. At this point, they explained that they needed to do some work on my door, and apologized for "inconveniencing me" and offered to come back later. Figuring the damage had been done, I asked that they give me a few minutes to get dressed before doing these repairs. Their reply: "Take your time."

Admitedly, I made a few mistakes. First, I should have backed up that deadbolt with a "Do Not Disturb" sign. Then I should have called the front desk and asked them to do something about the disturbance. And, after the fact, I could have gone to the desk and for some kind of comp to make up for this embarrasing incident.

Mostly, though, I hold the hotel responsible for this. They shouldn't be assigning rooms to people if they need work. If this is unavoidable, at least I should have been told about the situation and warned not to get too comfortable.

I used to work in this business. Needing to do repair work simply does not excuse invading a customer's privacy like that!
Mark Koenig <mkoenig64@yahoo.com>
Portland, OR, USA - Thursday, December 29, 2005 at 01:32:24 (PST)
  We stayed here May 12-16th 2005...very nice hotel, room view was spectacular..the location on the "strip" was awesome. The "St.Louis Cafe" was very good, pricing reasonable and the food good (don't let a long line there scare you, it goes down fast, we never waited more than 5 minutes in the longest line).
The Eiffel Tower ride was worth the money, go at night, the view was incredible. The Eiffel Tower restaraunt, although on the high end, was worth every penny and, I would receommend it highly.
All in all, I had heard horror stories prior to my arrival however, I used the express check-in, ate at the hotel and never experienced any of the problems I heard about. I would stay here on my next visit without hesitation.

P.S.- If you want a limo, check out "A-1" limo's ($55 from the airport, very convienient). Also, the Papillion helicopter tour of the Grand Canyon is a must!!!
Pete <officer_wicked@yahoo.com>
Troy, mi, USA - Friday, May 20, 2005 at 05:15:43 (PDT)
  Check in/out was fast. Standard room was nice and very clean. Buffet was excellant. Casino was nice and had free live music at night to watch/listen to while I played the slots. Someone mentioned in another review that they were disappointed in the pool area, I really thought it was nice, round pretty big and had pretty flowers around it, but did not swim, just took pictures. Hotel location was pretty good. Loved the restrooms in the casino area, very pretty. I only have one complaint, the fountain out front really smelled bad, needs clorine or something. The tower ride cost me $10.00, better view from the Stratosphere though. I had a nice stay and will return.
Tamara
USA - Wednesday, April 30, 2003 at 22:29:12 (PDT)
I couldn't rave more about the Paris. My wife and I enjoy staying at new hotels, and the Paris was not a disappointment for us! We throroughly enjoyed the casino, the hotel, the service, and the food. There was so much excitement at the Paris that we didn't spend much time at the other casinos, despite that there was so much to see everywhere on the strip. If I had to go back, though, I would definitely go back to the Paris! Ask for Mike at the front desk for great service! 5 stars!!!
JJTJ<jjtj@aol.com>
los angeles, CA, USA - Sunday, February 16, 2003 at 12:22:31 (PDT)
Just returned from a 4 night stay at the Paris- would not return to this hotel again- I had called the hotel direct to make sure and get a nice view w- king bed and was quoted prices for a "premiere room"- when we arrived at hotel we had to deal with really long lines for check-in- I signed the room rate card without reading it- had no contacs on because we came in on a red eye flight- so I was quite shocked upon check-out at our bill. When I asked to talk to manager- he was a very rude snood- since I had no written confirmation on room rates we are stuck paying the rates they charged. They doubled the rate for Friday nite- our "premeire room" had a running toilet- two double beds- broken shower handle and a burn hole in the bedspread (non-smoking room).The hotel was completely booked when we were there- long lines for everything- never got to try the buffet- line was a city block long. Got very sick of the faux french accents and music. Bona
bona <bonanaples@aol.com>
naples, fl, USA - Wednesday, August 07, 2002 at 15:36:24 (PDT)
From someone who's stayed almost everywhere in Vegas, Paris is great for a first time visit....lots to see...lots of unique stuff. But, after staying there my last 4 trips, the French "ooh-la-la" "oui, madame" stuff gets a little old. We found ourselves migrating over to Bally's for just regular Vegas atmosphere. Definately recommend Paris as a great stay but not as a "home" casino. Comps are a little tight, too. One plus: Get a room with a strip view and you get a magnificent view of the Bellagio fountains! Not real impressed with the buffet. Sorta like mass produced French food that have to figure out what it is!
Larry Masters <larry@pauldavis-restoration.com>
Birmingham, AL, USA - Friday, August 02, 2002 at 14:06:21 (PDT)
I loved my stay at Paris. The rooms were great and the hotel was quite nice. They overdo the theme a bit, but it will give you and your friends something to laugh about when you get home. The only problem is the pool, it leaves much to be desired. I hope to be going back soon.
Melissa
USA - Wednesday, July 10, 2002 at 10:52:36 (PDT)
I loved this hotel. Beautful rooms, great service, great food, good location. I would stay again in a heartbeat!!!
rob
new york, USA - Saturday, July 06, 2002 at 13:01:05 (PDT)
i would never go again
michelle <buddylove@hotmail.com>
USA - Thursday, July 04, 2002 at 06:46:15 (PDT)
would like to view the rooms!
Elizabeth Heim-Kaminski <CasinoK998@AOL.com>
Bensalem, PA, USA - Saturday, June 08, 2002 at 14:22:57 (PDT)
Although the hotel is not all that kid friendly, there is no surcharge for kids under 19. All the other major hotels charge $10-35 per kid per night. Ripoff! We had a very nice room for $79 and enjoyed it. Restaurant prices were overpriced and service was okay.
BE
Bend, OR, USA - Friday, May 17, 2002 at 08:48:39 (PDT)
This place is really, really nice and well kept. I think mostly because its new but i could be wrong. It has excellent restaurants and very very nice scenery. This place is extremely well for tourists, and couples. But people with families, stay away from this place. It might be interesting to your kids for about an hour, but then everything gets really redundant and repiticious. Its a really great place though. I would definitely recommend going here, no matter what. Im not an expert on the Eiffell Tower ride thing, but ive heard its like $35, someone should confirm this, because i have no idea on this.
Steve Benoit <Hefferstud@hotmail.com>
Moreno Valley, CA, USA - Saturday, April 06, 2002 at 15:24:28 (PST)
i have sugg this hotel to 4 couples already and they all loved it.
thomas c. hill <globalxray@msn.com>
mahopac, ny, USA - Thursday, March 28, 2002 at 15:53:17 (PST)
Hi, I'm going to be staying at the Paris soon. Would someone please rate the gambling? Also, thanks to everyone for writing such good descriptions about their stays --- it really helped me to decided which hotel to book with.
William <causticlye@lycos.com>
NY, NY, USA - Tuesday, February 12, 2002 at 09:17:05 (PST)
Was totally blown away by the beauty of the hotel and the setting. Sitting out front with the Eiffel tower above me and the Bellagio fountains and music across the street on a Saturday night in Vegas was a sort of surreal experience. I checked in late (8-9:00) and there were no lines whatsoever. We even got upgraded to a suite which was beautiful. Maybe the regular rooms were ordinary, but the suite we stayed in was great. His and her bathrooms, a sitting area with couch and sitting chairs, and a view from 29 stories over Vegas was worth the money if you can afford it. It thought the casino was only average but everything else was very nice.
Mike <mike_knott@yahoo.com>
Naperville, IL, USA - Tuesday, January 29, 2002 at 10:28:43 (PST)
HI TO ALL PARIS STAFF :

I STAYED AT THE PARIS HOTEL FOR ONLY 2 NIGHTS AND 3 DAYS AND HAD THE BEST TIME OF MY LIFE......SECURITY WAS EXCELLENT !!!!!! I WENT TO VEGAS ALL BY MY LONSOME JUST TO SEE JULIO IGLESIAS...HE WAS PERFORMING AT THE PARIS, BEING BY MYSELF I DID NOT WANT TO HAVE TO LEAVE HOTEL TO SEE HIM.......NEEDLESS TO SAY..EVERYTHING I WANTED WAS RIGHT IN THE HOTEL AND I MEAN EVERYTHING.......SHOPPING, EATING, GAMBLING........YOU NAME IT IS THERE...

THE ROOM WAS JUST GREAT......

I NOT ONLY WENT TO SHOW, BUT MET EXCELLLET USHER WHO ACTUALLY, GOT ME BACKSTAGE.

WELL, LETS JUST SAY SHE TALKED TO JULIO'S ASSISTANT ABOUT ME AND THE ASSISTANT CAME TO ME AND ASKED ME IF I WOULD LIKE TO GO BACKSTAGE AND MEET JULIO....

NOT ONLY DID I MEET HIM.....BUT I HAD MY PICTURE TAKEN WITH HIM..........OOOH MY

"THAT NIGHT I JUST DIED AND WENT TO HEAVEN"

AFTER SHOW ANOTHER WOMAN AN MYSELF WHOM I MET BACKSTGE WENT TO DINNER...

BUT ANYWAY THE SHOW WAS GREAT.......I THINK THE USHER AND SECURITY GUARD AT SHOW WAS JUST AS HAPPY FOR ME AS I WAS.....THEY WERE GREAT........

ALSO AS I WAS GAMBLING BY MYSELF, SOME MAN WAS GETTING VERY FRIENDLY WITH ME

HE KEPT COMMING BACK TO MY MACHINE JUST TO SEE HOW I WAS DOING SO HE SAID.

WITHOUT MY KNOWING, ALL OF A SUDDEN A SECURITY GUARD CAME OVER TO ME WHEN MAN LEFT AGAIN AND ASKED ME IF I KNEW THAT GENTLEMAN AND I TOLD HIM "NO"..SECURITY SAID ......"ALL I WANT TO KNOW" THAN TOOK OFF.......AFTER HIM I GUESS.EVIDENTLY WAS A CON MAN..........BUT.....BELIEVE ME I WILL GO BACK TO THE PARIS. I HIGHLY RECOMMEND IT....I EVEN LEFT A SWEATER BEHIND IN MY ROOM...WOULD YOU BELIEVE THAT THEY SENT IT TO ME.........???????THAT IS TRULY REMARKABLE.....

I WOULD GO THERE AGAIN IN A HEARTBEAT AND WHEN I GET ENOUGH MONEY TOGETHER AGAIN TO GAMBLE AND SEE SHOW AT THE PARIS I WILL BE THERE....BELIEVE ME YOU DO NOT HAVE TO LEAVE HOTEL FOR ANYTHING AT ALL....IN ROOMS THEY EVEN HAVE A SAFE.!

OOOOOOH AND THE BATHROOM............IT IS JUST BEAUTIFUL........EVERYTHING IS JUST GREAT...........THAT HOTEL SHOULD HAVE ABOUT 7 STARS.....IF THEY GIVE OUT MORE THAN 5............LOL........DON'T WAIT.BELIEVE......DON'T EVEN GIVE IT A SECOND THOUGHT ABOUT WHERE TO STAY........CAN'T WAIT TILL I GET BACK THERE.

IF YOU NEED ANY MORE QUESTIONS ANSWERED JUST E-MAIL ME.......

Ohfisil@aol.com...........


Phyllis Oberender <Ohfisil@aol.com>
Baltimore, Md, USA - Tuesday, November 27, 2001 at 15:22:27 (PST)


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