Paris Las Vegas

Paris Las Vegas Hotel and Casino, Nevada

Among the best-known casino destinations in the world as well as in Las Vegas is the Paris Las Vegas – a hotel and casino conceived as a sample-sized Parisian experience in the heart of Las Vegas, Nevada.

Herb Horowitz, the original architect of Paris Las Vegas, went to great lengths to create this illusion of “homme” away from home, with the property featuring a half-scale replica of the Eiffel Tower, two-thirds replica of the Arc de Triomphe, a massive orbed neon sign in the shape of the Montgolfier balloon, and a replica of the La Fontaine des Mers. Added to this replica Parisian architecture are the venue’s 1200-seater Le Théâtre des Arts and an external facade paying homage to the Paris Opera House and the Louvre.

This 24-acre venue stands as an internationally recognized landmark on the Las Vegas Strip in Paradise, Nevada. Initially constructed in 1999 and now owned and operated by the Caesars Entertainment Corp, Paris Las Vegas features nearly 3 000 hotel rooms and 85 000 square feet of gaming space, as well as various entertainment and dining venues.

Staying at the Paris Las Vegas Hotel

There are 2 916 rooms and suites on offer in the Paris Las Vegas hotel, each with theme-appropriate décor – ranging from French countryside to modern Parisian chic. This décor, together with the customer service and amenities on offer at the Paris Las Vegas hotel, earned the venue the 2015 Certificate of Excellence from online accommodation review site, Trip Advisor.

The Paris Las Vegas hotel caters to a wide range of tastes and budgets, with base-level classic rooms starting at just US$56 a night. Meanwhile, the most expensive stay at the Paris Las Vegas is currently in the Napoleon suite, with the rate per night starting at US$4000.

Depending on the kind of room or suite selected, Paris Las Vegas accommodations may feature between 390 and 1000 square feet of pressed ceilings and crystal chandeliers, whirlpool bath tubs, French doors, private dressing rooms, velvety fabric-covered walls, baby grand pianos, and more.

Gaming at the Paris Las Vegas Casino

The 85 000 square foot Paris Las Vegas casino offers the full range of casino activities, including table games like blackjack, baccarat, roulette and craps, as well as over 1 700 slot machines.

The main Paris Las Vegas casino floor is spread out across the Paris-style streets, complete with painted day and night skies, whilst exclusive rooms await high rollers. The Salon des tables offer higher table limits, whilst players can also engage in higher-limit games on the Champagne slots.

Paris Las Vegas guests can also turn their attention to betting on sports and other markets in the venue’s full-service race and sportsbook, which features numerous HD TV screens and a separate bar area.

Playing at the Paris Las Vegas

Of course, casino games aren’t the only form of entertainment on offer at the Paris Las Vegas. The “what-happens-in-Vegas” kind of guest can party into the small hours at the Chateau Nightclub and Rooftop, which is frequented by many celebrities and features a striking view of the famous Bellagio Fountains. For a quieter evening, the Paris Las Vegas offers live duelling pianos

For the morning after the night before, Paris Las Vegas guest can visit the Mandara Spa, swim in the two-acre Soleil pool, or play golf at one of the venue’s partner estates.

The Paris Las Vegas also features a host of restaurants for both casual and fine dining, one of which is a steakhouse owned and run by celebrity chef, Gordon Ramsay.