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|Resort Fee:||$32/day plus tax|
|Nearby:||Bally's Las Vegas
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Paris Las Vegas - The Real Deal :
The Paris casino is connected to Bally's casino by a walkway aligned with shops and Paris' Le Village Buffet. After initially not being so hot on Paris' casino, it's actually grown on us with the help of Mrs. Jackpots showing us where all the hot slot machines are. Drink service is excellent, dollar slots over by the champagne slot area are excellent and the casino bars are fun and have playable video poker.
Location of Paris Las Vegas:
Right in the center of the action... with Ballys, Caesars, Flamingo and more just steps away.
Paris Las Vegas is NearBally's Las Vegas
Cool Stuff About Paris Las Vegas:
The cold hard cobblestone walkways are not cool, particularly at 5am after trudging around the strip for 39 hours straight.
Paris Las Vegas History
Opened on September 1, 1998, Paris Las Vegas was one of the last of the 90s construction boom mega resorts to open. It features a replica of Paris' Eiffel Tower, a plethora of fine French dining and croupiers who speak fluent French and cocktail waitress who say "Merci Beau Coup" when you give them tips. Nice joint!
The Rooms at Paris Las Vegas
Paris offers three types of rooms, Standard Room (Grandma guest-bedroom style), Suite LeMans (Nicer Grandma guest bedroom style) and Suite Calais (Rich Grandma room style) running from $99 to $289. All rooms are finely decorated and feature the usual in-room safe (for a fee - free in suites) hair dryer, ironing board plus high speed internet (not free).
Restaurants at Paris Las Vegas
Try some 'franch fries. And franch dressing. And franch bread. And to drink, Perrooo.'
The problem with the French, is that they have no word for 'cliche'. The food theme at Paris, is French. And if it ain't French, some fusion is added making it somewhat French. For fine dining there is a choice of Ortanique, which is, in their words, 'caribbean cuisine prepared in a French tradition'.
If you want a great view of the Strip along with your fois gras, check out the Eiffel Tower Restaurant and for those of you who like to dine in rich surroundings with museum art, try Les Artistes.
That little joint on the north side of the entrance is Mon Ami Gabi, which offers French bistro dining with The Strip standing in as the Champs Elysee. It is modeled after an authetic French bistro. Can someone tell us, do they really look like this? Comments, anyone, anyone?
Le Village Buffet offers food from the five provinces of France, with live cooking stations, including a Fondue and Grill, which sounds pretty damn good to us. If you were thinking, 'hmmm...where can I get some Pan Asian Parisian cuisine?', then you are in luck. Check out Ah Sin (no, not Ahh So), satisfing all your Asian food needs conviently in one restaurant (eh, what's the difference).
Le Proven�al offers offers 'French-Italian' cuisine and the waitstaff sings and dances for ya, just like in good ole Paree. They also have a bakery, a crepery, and a cafe.
Paris Las Vegas Tips
Looking for a distraction from the tables for a spell? Risqu� offers dancing as well as entertainment. Nouveau burlesque, anyone? Champagne bar Napoleon's offers over 100 varieties and Le Bar Du Sport offers a lounge for sport watching. There is also a cabaret bar.
You may find yourself a bit thirsty for some entertainment here. The Eiffel Tower is the main attraction, which is an exact 1/2 size replica of the original. A place is hard pressed for attractions if 'atmosphere' is listed as one of the 4 entertainment attractions. The last 2? Facades of French landmarks and the aformentioned Risque.