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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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My husband and I stayed at the Paris from 10/5 until 10/10. We had a wonderful time. We were upgraded to a room with a view of the Bellagio. The view from the Eiffel Tower at night was great. The breakfast buffet was also very good, but be prepared to wait in line. They have the best coffee and french bread around. I always had very pleasant service. Their other restaurants are good, but I recommend reservations. We both worked out at the spa and that was very enjoyable as well. I would definately stay here again.
Ronae Bitter <>
Ponte Vedra Bch., FL, USA - Sunday, October 14, 2001 at 14:07:54 (PDT)
I was there with my wife and two children 8/28/01 to 8/31/01. Paid $99 for a room with a beautiful view of the pool,Tower, and Bellagio, taxes and charges not included. Room was very clean, breath-taking decor. The view is well worth the additional $20 (included in the $99). Every employee we dealt with at Paris was courteous and nice. We ate twice at the Village and at the Bakery, can't wait to eat there again. We took the Tower ride at night, it was a joyous experience. Paris is elegant in and out, seems to be well-managed. We look forward to staying there again.
Ahmad Ibrahim <>
Albany, ny, USA - Saturday, September 08, 2001 at 09:40:31 (PDT)
Just plain fun! My friends took me to Las Vegas for my 25th birthday and we had a blast! The rooms were great, no rude people making noise in the hall after 10 or 11 pm, and very nice bathrooms! The "Eiffel Tower Experience" elevator ride to the top of the Eiffel Tower was awesome. There is an observation deck and great view of Las Vegas from the top. (Ticket prices are $9.00 for anyone who's interested...that the stuff missing in these reviews, people should include prices on things to give the rest of us a better idea). Anyhow, the food was outstanding in this hotel!! For a great quick snack or pick me up, you have to go to JJ's Boulangerie which is a French bakery, talk about mouth watering stuff! The Le Village Buffet was very good and they seem to have a better seating system than most of the hotels. I could go on and on, this was a great place to stay and you can't beat the location.
Kellie Heatherton <>
Warren, NJ, USA - Wednesday, September 05, 2001 at 08:54:51 (PDT)
Nice hotel, I loved the location! I thought the buffet was one of the best I had during my stay, just be forwarned it is a lot of French food but, then again this is the Paris Hotel (but it's good quality food for the price). Check-in lines were long but I expected that after reading the reviews on this website, seems to happen in all the hotels. I had good luck with the slot machines, the Elvis machines seemed to be very lucky for me. I did well with I Dream of Jeanie machines too. I liked the Eiffel Tower, the views of the area were fabulous from up there, I believe it's a little pricy for what it is though. Rooms were pretty basic Las Vegas hotel rooms with nice bathrooms. A good overall value if you care about where you stay but you don't need to have the best of the best.

Alice Ingle <>
Sweetwater, TX, USA - Thursday, August 16, 2001 at 07:18:14 (PDT)

Why don't you Yahoos from the Midwest and South get a grip on reality? Yes, some of the restaurants are expensive, welcome to Las Vegas. If you're looking for those $5.95 prime rib dinner deals, I suggest you go down to Freemont and book a room at a hotel down there. Don't knock a good hotel because of the prices. And bad service? ALL the hotels have lines at check in, you can't avoid it. If you'd get out of your trailer parks more than once in a lifetime, you'd know that before you came. This is not intended to insult all Midwesterners or Southerners, I know that many of you are very sophisticated and that you know what to expect when you travel. I'm just annoyed that some people, the overwhelming majority being from the South and Midwest, seem to complain too much about prices and service without doing any research before coming to Las Vegas. I am here once a month as a saleman and let me clue you,

I love this town. Prices are no worse than any decent restaurant in NYC, Philly, Dallas, San Francisco, Chicago or Atlanta.
Sophisticated Traveler
Fairfield, CT, USA - Tuesday, August 07, 2001 at 08:52:16 (PDT)

It was a great time and would not think twice about staying here again
Daniel C. Lee <>
Cleveland, oh, USA - Monday, August 06, 2001 at 12:11:51 (PDT)
Just returned from 3 night stay at Paris...definetly NOT worth the price we paid. The restaurants were extremely OVERPRICED. The menu very limited. Service was the WORST we have ever experienced! Would NOT visit this hotel again!
Marie McKay
San Antonio, TX, USA - Saturday, August 04, 2001 at 18:08:09 (PDT)
The hotel itself was beautiful, but the service was HORRIBLE!! The first night there, I had to wait 15 minutes for a "to go" box and then another 20 minutes for my check (This was in the 24 hour restaurant) The next morning in the buffet, We had no ashtray, creamer, or salt and pepper. All of this I had to get myself, after asking numerous times and not receiving it. After visiting the buffet a few times, the plates were piled high and noone was bothering to clear them. The people around us seemed to be having the same problem. If they we're short staffed, where was the manager to help (Maybe practicing his/ her French accent?) For the prices they charge I would expect much better service and attention to detail. Next time I will spend my time and money else where!
M.J. Whitaker <>
akron, USA - Sunday, July 01, 2001 at 16:41:22 (PDT)
To whom it may concern: Two months ago I was an invited guest at the PARIS. The rooms were great and so was the service that I'll be staying at the PARIS in my next visit which is in July.

Daniel Vasquez <>
Inglewood, CA, USA - Friday, June 22, 2001 at 09:39:24 (PDT)

My wife and myself just returned from a five night stay at the Paris. Hotel is beautiful, rooms great. Buffet is pricy, but top shelf. Casino action good. Casino is a bit noisy, found that odd for a new, upscale hotel/casino. Comps were good, slot host very good. Check in real needs some work, service very poor, waited almost an hour to get checked in. preppy young men, not very customer orientated. When BET awards came to town, valet parking became cruising area for young people to socialize. Valet attendents did nothing to get security to move these people. Waited two nights over 15 minutes before valet would assist us. with the exception of valet and hotel registration, great place.
Gary L. Wicall <>
Fort Myers, Fl, USA - Thursday, June 21, 2001 at 20:13:38 (PDT)
We returned from our Honeymoon 5/11/01 after a 5 night stay at Paris. We received a complimentary suite upgrade for marrying couples. Our overall all experience was excellent however a wee bit pricey. Children are not encouraged and seemed like an nice environment for adult enjoyment. Restaurants are lovely however expensive. Service was very prompt. We were able to arrange a last minute wedding celebration dinner with the help of the concierge named Marco. We came home with a very positive feeling for this hotel however will probably stay in a more reasonably priced one next time. If you are accustomed to playing poker, there are no poker tables at this hotel. DA/5/12/01
Donna Asselin <>
USA - Saturday, May 12, 2001 at 17:05:02 (PDT)
Didn't stay here, but had a nice experience at the buffet (which is good, but not great.) It seems, due to a mixup, our waitress deserted us. After waiting forever for a refill on drinks, napkins, etc., we complained and another waitress was sent over. The manager comped the meal and also gave us an additional free meal, which I thought was quite nice since the transgression was really very minor. I've experienced much worse service and gotten nothing when I complained; in this instance, I barely complained over a minor problem and got two free meals. The managers obviously know how to make people happy. I return to Vegas yearly (sometimes twice yearly) and will always make a point of stopping by the Paris buffet.
Portage, IN, USA - Tuesday, May 08, 2001 at 20:57:37 (PDT)
Well, I doubt that I would every stay at this hotel again! When compared to what's available in the rest of Las Vegas the designer's really short changed this hotel. The rooms are very standard and I don't understand how you can rate this five star! Our room lacked bar soap and the exterior windows were filthy! I'm a true believer in conservation but the water pressure in the shower was pathetic! In order to get the shampoo out of my hair I had to take a shower twice as long!! Although the room was comfortable it definately appeared "worn". These rooms lacked luster or pizzaz! Better detail needs to be addressed to decor and upkeep! Sorry Paris! But the real Paris has you beat, and its centuries older!
Michael Carlone <>
Capitola, CA, USA - Tuesday, April 10, 2001 at 15:01:20 (PDT)
This was a great place to stay. The entire trip was wonderful; service was great; everything we wanted we had. Its a little pricy, of course, but you get what you pay for. If you don't go to Las Vegas often, I definitely recommend staying in luxury.
CCR <>
Foster City, CA, USA - Saturday, March 31, 2001 at 17:23:59 (PST)
Overall the hotel is nicely decorated; however, when the airport shuttle dropped us off in their designated "area", nobody was available to check us in forcing us to drag our baggage through the middle of casino. After we finally checked in (which took forever even though nobody was in line) we again had to drag everything a fair distance just to get to an elevator. I guess their thinking we would spend our cash while resting during all this walking in their casino would work (wrong)

Other than that, the experience was nice and the hotel has a great location on the strip. Especially enjoyed the fountains at Bellagio and the shows at Ceasars Palace.
Springfield, IL, USA - Monday, February 12, 2001 at 22:21:41 (PST)

I thought the Paris was a beautiful hotel however, I thought the pool area was very plain. I did not like the fact that all the places to eat were French, there was no variety. I was not happy with our view. Our flight was very late so, we called from the airport to secure our room. The check-in girl stated that we almost lost our room because we were late (like we were in the mood and it wasn't our fault) Supposely, we got the last available room in the hotel?? For the money I paid for 4 nights I wasn't totally impressed. We still had an awesome time because Las Vegas is one of the greatest places to visit however, I wouln't stay at Paris again. Besides, there are so many other great hotels I'd like to visit.
NJ, USA - Wednesday, January 10, 2001 at 17:13:58 (PST)
I liked the view of the hotel , and it's great location on the Las Vegas Strip, and it was a Bargain, I've stayed in the Belliago , and the Venetian and this hotel gives them a run for their money.
Pierre <>
Bartlett, Il, USA - Sunday, December 24, 2000 at 09:15:49 (PST)
We got back from a great stay at the Paris a few weeks ago. It was a little touristy, which we knew before we went, but everything was great. Definitely would go back again.
Ashley F
New York, NY, USA - Friday, December 22, 2000 at 12:12:32 (PST)
My wife and I stayed at the Paris Hotel/Casino in February, 2000. It was our second honeymoon and my wife's first time ever in Vegas.

We loved the hotel and casino and especially the breakfast buffet with all that rich, tasty french bakery items.

Viewing the Bellagio Water Ballet from the top of the Eiffel Tower was extraordinary! A definite must-see.

The architecture, and water fountains on the exterior are


Our room was nicely appointed, very clean, and the service was excellent!

I definitely recommend the Paris Hotel/Casino to anyone for a wonderful stay!

Joe Nardone <>
Bordentown, NJ USA - Thursday, November 30, 2000 at 09:36:42 (PST)

Played in the casino for about two hours. Dealers were friendly, and lots of full-pay Dueces Wild VP (which my wife plays). My only problem was a loud low-frequency hum that eventually got to be too much. Casino staff said they just put up with it.
Allen Mather
Arlington, USA - Monday, September 11, 2000 at 08:55:12 (PDT)
The hotel was nice enough but it didn't have anything really special about it. The rooms themselves were basic hotel rooms with somewhat more tasteful furniture. The room service was wonderful, great food, especially the breakfast. I don't think I would stay there again because the room didn't warant the price and I was getting pretty sick of of the foux french accents.
Paige McKerral <>
Menlo Park, USA - Tuesday, July 18, 2000 at 12:57:35 (PDT)
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