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Paris Hotel Vegas
Sacre bleu! I thought I was the only mime in Las Vegas!
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- Location: The Strip
- Hotel Class:4
- Room Price:3
- Hotel Size:2,916 rooms
- Casino Size:83,000 sq. ft.
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If you're looking for a hotel with a great location and cool rooms, Paris Las Vegas is a great option. The restaurants here are good too. Like, it's Paris, but you're in Vegas, so it's classy Vegas. But really, are there really this many mimes in Paris?
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3655 Las Vegas Blvd. South
Las Vegas, Nevada 89109
Paris Hotel and Casino Las Vegas has nice, standard rooms that are a cut below the really fancy Vegas places. But they are pretty gaudy in a good, Vegas way. They are strong colors like blood red and dark woods with a ornate styling. They have large windows with good views, dark-wood armoires (with built-in safes), writing desks and the single king rooms have love seats. The bathrooms are large and standard for a luxury property, with the always welcome separate tub and shower so everyone can get clean at once. Hairdryers are included. If you're ambitious, ask for a premium room, which is a bit larger than the average room. All rooms have irons and ironing boards to keep you entertained. For a few extra bones you can upgrade to a "Red" room, which has all the aforementioned red and is a little bit fancier. There are Paris Hotel deals that can get you these upgrades for a discounted price.
The service is just what you'd expect from the French, they'll take care of all your needs, but smiles might cost you extra. Room service has an extensive menu, you can probably even find Paris Las Vegas promotion codes for any restaurant here actually. The rooms are clean and towels are brought promptly, when you ask.
What You Get Bottles of in the Bathroom:
Shampoo, lotion and mouthwash. The mouthwash is a touch you won't find at every Vegas hotel, but at Paris Hotel and Casino Las Vegas, they understand our priorities.
People in their late 30's up to retired folks. This place caters to upper-middle class people with SUVs who never actually drive off-road, and who are keen on having a "total" experience from their hotel.
How's the Pool?
The pool area at Paris Hotel and Casino Las Vegas is small and disappointing. It is on the roof, octagon-shaped, and supposedly surrounded by Parisian gardens. Well, there are a few planters around but you'd never think of Paris if they didn't tell you to, especially when it's 120 degrees out. You at least have a cool view of the Eiffel tower from here.
Looks like Paris is saying "oui" to resort fees. $20 isn't so bad for a Strip hotel, but it doesn't get you much. Internet access for one device, local calls and fitness center access for two people.
Is it Worth It?If you want the Parisian experience, you can walk around here. There are better deals on the Strip, but you won't be disappointed with your stay, other than the extra money.
- Business Center
- Business Services
- Car Service
- Concierge Service
- Conference room(s)
- Dry Cleaning
- Event Catering
- Express Checkout
- Fitness Center
- Free Guest Parking
- Multilingual Staff
- Pets Accepted
- Room Service
- Security Guard
- Shoe Shine
- Wedding Services
There are loads of tables, dealing all the staples: blackjack, craps, roulette, Let It Ride, pai gow and a few sucker games. The pits are laid out pretty logically, sort of radiating from the center of the casino. The blackjack is not too good, but the craps is standard 3x4x5x odds. There is single-zero roulette available to the high-rollers, but double-zero for the rest of us. The ceiling is a comfortable 40-feet overhead, so the surveillance cameras are housed in these corny-looking trellises that run over the table areas. Single-deck blackjack pays a lowly and insulting 6:5.
We've found $5 tables at all games on very rare occasions, but $10 tables are more prevalent. At the roulette table, you'll be given $1 chips, but you have to put five or ten of them on the table if you want to play.
Slots from a penny to the hundreds. There are very few good video poker machines, and the slot areas are crowded. The aisles are narrow so you might jostle some stranger who is sitting nearby.
Pretty good cocktail service, if you don't mind being served by waitresses in really dopey-looking French police costumes, because most people don't. Of course, appropriate swatches of the costumes have been chopped out so you can see cleavage and leg.
Who Gets Comps?
The slot club links several Harrah's properties. As a slot player, you won't get much until you're a dollar or higher player, or you're a very dedicated quarter junkie.
Number of TVs:
18, with 10 big screens, split up about evenly for sports and race.
Number of Seats:
About 200 seats total. The whole first row is reserved. The chairs are plenty comfy, especially the lounge style for sports bettors. You know how them French like nice stuff. Watch the horsies run on individual TVs.
Number of Betting Windows:
About 15, and the signboards are lit up like the Eiffel Tower at the end of the century. There are two more windows for keno, meaning this place is heaven on earth: a confluence of keno and sports!
For race bettors, and hi-rollin' sports bettors only.
Non, mon ami. But there are other places to grab a bite around Paris, don't fret too much.
Watch out, there are crazy drunk guys in this place who will ask you for sports advice, if our experience is any indication. Just tell them that the Dolphins are an unbeatable lock and they should let you be.
Number of Tables:
Eight tables, tucked away in a little room by the sports book. They are perfectly fine tables. The big plus is how close the potty is. Chasing straights always makes our bladders weak.
Comfort of Chairs:
Nice chairs, to say the least.
Closed Room or Open to Casino?
It's pretty closed. It's walled off from the sports book, which is quiet most of the time, but noisy on Sundays and from six to ten at night.
Game Spreads and Limits:
Texas Hold'em in limit and no-limit varieties. This room is focused on tournaments, so we wouldn't come here looking for a cash game.
Beginner Games or Classes:
No. The games are full of bad players, though, so if you are bad and want to play with your own kind, this is the place to do it. If you are good and just looking to swindle a few rookies, this place is for you as well.
How Crowded is the Room?
Not crowded. But since they have many tournaments, you may have to wait for one to start. Call before.
$1 per hour comps. Whoop de doo. We guess that $4 rake is going to cocktail waitress costumes and not back to the players.
How Good Are the Players?
Dreadful. Since the room has no reason for serious poker players to be here, only the folks who wander by or stay at Paris join in. It only takes one shark per table, but even the sharks might stay away from this lousy setup.
What Else Do I Need to Know?
This is better than when they just had tables out on the casino floor...by a little.
Paris Las Vegas Guest Rooms
A 390 square foot guestroom with one king or two queen beds and triple sheeting. Some of the rooms offer views of central Las Vegas, which is better than the other views, like views of beautiful brick walls. Relax with some pay movies or video games on TV. And don't think that just because you're in a hotel you have to share the sink, the twin sinks and a separate shower and bathtub will cut prep time in the group by at least half.
Red Room Luxury/Premier
Located on the hotel's highest floors, these guestrooms still come in around 390 square feet. Each room has one king bed with triple sheeting. The sitting area features a sofa shaped like puckered lips, sure to get you in the mood if Paris itself doesn't. If that's not what you're into, play video games or watch movies, or plug your iPod into the bedside docking station for a dance party. Wireless Internet access is available for a surcharge. If you upgrade to the Red Room Premier, you'll get the same room, but with a view of the Eiffel Tower and pool. Tres romantique.
Measuring a spacious 760 square feet, this suite has one king bed with triple sheeting. The sitting area includes a couch, chairs, and a coffee table, while the wet bar includes a compact refrigerator for storing your leftover croissants and wines. The marble bathroom has twin sinks, a separate shower and bathtub and a bidet, so French!
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