The Paris Las Vegas hotel lays in the middle of The strip at the intersection of south Las Vegas Boulevard and the west Flamingo road.
A good choice for a family.Comment of Y. Xiaoyang , Canada the 2016-03-18
Value for money was excellentComment of P. Daniel , Australia the 2016-03-16
I took my mom for her first time, she loves Paris, so the theme was perfect, plus the location permitted cover everything, close at all times, being that she has mobility limitations, Great Experience, Thanks to the Courteous staff...Comment of C. Oscar , United States the 2015-10-26
First time I used Prestigia and very happy. Everything worked out great. The price for Paris hotel was the best on internet through Prestigia. On top of it, I got a better room (larger in the end of the hall) on high floor with windows on 2 walls and view of Belagio fountains. The hotel is beautiful and decorated very nicely. The room is very nice, although on the older side with low 8' ceiling. Renovation should be done to maintain upscale feel. The only big problem, if you care, the Casino itself is very small and thus not the best. I highly prefer either Bellagio (across the street) or Mandalay Bay - those casinos are 3 times larger with more options to play. Check out the restaurant on top of Eifel tower - nice food plus great view of Bellagio fountains - very romantic!Comment of P. Elena , United States the 2015-10-24
The Hotel was nice and in a great location. a little pricey for the room.The room was an average room, but the hotel itself was Awesome.Comment of P. Mary Ann , United States the 2015-10-12
Ein wunderschönes Hotel, dort paßt alles zusammen.Comment of L. Karl-Heinz , Germany the 2015-10-04
With the right deal, good hotel. Perfect location in the middle of the strip. Good room, view on fountains of Bellagio. Good food, more then enough parking space. No long distances walking in the hotel. Mould in showercabin.Comment of V. Alieke , Netherlands the 2014-06-28
Had a great stay at Paris. Location was perfect for visiting the other casinos around the place. Close to Miracle Mile shops. Rooms were big and clean. Perfect for our stay.Comment of B. Megan , Australia the 2014-06-21
Muy buenoComment of S. ROSA ANA , Spain the 2014-04-22
We have been to Las Vegas many times and our choice of hotels has been varied. This is the first hotel I can say we really liked. The room was clean and the bed was wonderful. The hotel customer service was outstanding. The best restaurant in the hotel was Mon Amie Gabi, we ate there breakfast, lunch, and dinner and were never disappointed. Outstanding restaurant. Again, customer service oriented. Can't wait to go back.Comment of M. Marie , United States the 2013-11-14
Lovely hotel at a fairly reasonable price, excellent location. Room was large but normal. Clean beds. Bathroom was also good size w separate shower / tub, but tub was dirty. Fridge in room. Carpet needed to be replaced. Solid window curtains. Air coming in through window frame, needs sealant. Housekeeping was friendly, patient with our odd hours, and did a great job in the room. Valet / taxi guys were quick and fair about the line. Food at Sugar was so good.Comment of G. Christina , United States the 2013-10-04
Stayed at the hotel from the 16th to the 19th of October and it certainly is a place I would visit again. The food in the restaurants was amazing. Went to chef Ramsay's steak and came out a little disappointed. As a chef I deffinately expected more. Chose the option hells kitchen menu the appetizers were mediocre the was perfect and the desert was somewhat enjoyable and light. Generally at the hotel all the staff were beyond pleasant. I would highly recommend the restaurant mon ami. The food was amazing really amazing. As well as the service. the atmosphere, sitting outside across the street from the fountains at the bellagio was well worth it.
"Understaffed and oddly trollish staff"
Okay hotel, nice price, good parking, good location. The only negative things about is that it is severely understaffed and the staff are basically trolling the guests. If you don't put out do not disturb signs the cleaning personal might wake you at 7am, and again at 7:30am and again at 8am, until you put the sign out. Checking in and out can also be a long wait. I had the experience of waiting 20 minutes, then the two only staff doing check-out for non-VIPs left their post for 10minutes, while no one served non-VIPs before they came back, with the lady's hair now messy and standing straight up as if they just had a quicky on the floor in back room.
"VIP service at platinum level."
A real nice place to stay on the strip.Had a red room overlooking the Eiffel Tower and the Fountains(of a rival casino).With a coffee maker in the room it helps with not having to go down for coffee first thing in the morning and have to wait in line.I'll be back.
"No hot water & dingy"
We had no hot water throughout our 4 day stay. The best we got after calling down to the lobby was a lukewarm trickle. The feel of the place, decor, rooms, hallways, etc all had a bit of a dingy feel (dusty, dirty & old). I'm not sure if this is typical for Vegas hotels but I also thought it was a little outrageous to pay extra for wifi and the gym ($30 per night). This was our first time in Vegas and we certainly encountered much nicer hotels around where we would stay next time. Skip Paris.
"Paris - one m ore time"
This was my twentieth stay at Paris. I go three times a year and some things never change. YET SOME DO. They have modernized the check in process so if you are happy with the room you reserved, you can check in before you leave home and just go and print your room keys out at a kiosk. No more long lines. They are in the process of upgrading the rooms and a doing an excellent job. If you have a regular room try to ask for a remodeled room. The casino is still the same but the staff has gotten friendlier. For a while they were upset with the new Caesars policies and were taking it out on the patrons but that has changed and the great and extremely friendly Paris staff is back. As far as the hotel amenities. For the third year in a row the Buffet stinks. There is little variety of food and no imagination. I have found the same at neighboring Planet Hollywood buffet so try to eat someplace else. These buffets are overpriced and you will just not be very happy with the pedestrian food. Also, during the day, at Paris, there is no place for a grab and go quick bite. FYI - THE WORST PIZZA ON THE PLANET. Stay away from that place. Mon Ami Gabi is excellent but you need to get there early to eat outdoors, Eating inside in nothing special - eating out on the terrace make for a special meal. If you want some good deli go across the street to the Stage Deli in Caesars Palace. For great buffets got to the Bellagio on a Friday or Saturday night. It's a little more expensive but a world away in the quality and variety of the food. The slots at Paris still stink. If you are younger, go to Planet Hollywood. If you are older, like me, take a stroll over to Ballys or Caesars.. Tables seem the same everywhere and the variety is nice but the rates are friendlier over at Ballys on Saturday night. Also if you play blackjack - WATCH OUT. some tables only pay 6/5 - ask before you sit down. If you get a chance take the elevator ride up to the top of the Eiffel tower. The view is spectacular. The restaurant - overpriced and over hyped. Overall you will love staying at Paris. The location is great and you can walk to many other hotels.
Credit cards accepted by the hotel: Visa - MasterCard - American Express - Diners Club - Discover
Check-in: 4:00 PM , Check-out: 11:00 AM