Stayed at the Paris, 4 nights in July. 4 adults in a regular room. Check-in wasn’t bad by Las Vegas (i.e.slow) standards. Of course there is the onerous yet mandatory “resort fee”, which has to be the most misleading and dishonest up-charge ever devised. But again, typical for Las Vegas. Casino and public areas nice, reasonably attentive and friendly cocktail service while gaming. One annoyance- the pushy perfume/cosmetic sales people who hand out small samples in an attempt to draw you into the store. We changed our route through the casino so we could avoid these sales people. We had an 11th floor room. Elevator service excellent, never waited more than a minute or so. The room itself was decently sized, particularly the bathroom with separate shower and tub. The room was clean and service was good during our stay. Some of the fixtures in the room were looking a bit tired (bathroom vanity had chipped paint, armoire missing some decorative woodwork). Pool area was large, clean, well maintained, though lacking any unique features beyond a good view of the Eiffel Tower overhead. All in all a decent room with a good, central location on the Strip, and we would not hesitate to stay there again.
Paris Las Vegas
3655 LAS Vegas Blvd S
Las Vegas, NV
Located on the Las Vegas Strip, this hotel and casino features a rooftop pool, indoor mall and replicas of several Paris attractions including the Eiffel Tower.Paris Las Vegas rooms include French décor and a marble bathroom. The Paris features 11 restaurants and 5 bars. Guests can chose fine dining at The Eiffel Tower and casual dining at The Le Village Buffet.Paris Las Vegas offers the Paris Spa, a full service spa and gym.