Paris Las Vegas

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3655 Las Vegas Blvd. S. (Flamingo Rd.) Las Vegas NV See on Map Check Rates

The exquisite Palace of Versailles-style lobby sets the stage for an elegant stay.

This resort provides one of the most unusual experiences in Las Vegas, with its huge (and quite authentic-looking) replicas of the Eiffel Tower, Arc de Triomphe and Alexandre III Bridge. Staff members are instructed to greet guests with a hearty "Bonjour!" and attractions include a two-acre casino, a rooftop pool with cabanas, wedding chapels and the 26,000-square-foot Paris Spa by Mandara. Dance the night away at Château Nightclub and satisfy your sweet tooth at the Sugar Factory Café. You can even take the glass elevator to the 50-story Eiffel Tower's observation deck. The 2,916 rooms and suites feature custom European furniture, rich fabrics and high-speed Internet access (extra charge). The LeMans suites have separate living areas, while the Calais suites (overlooking the Strip) enjoy the added bonus of his-and-her bathrooms with whirlpool tubs, dining areas and fax machines. Fine dining options include meals with a view at Mon Ami Gabi. The 140,000-square-foot convention and banquet facility features mirrored arches inspired by the Palace of Versailles' Hall of Mirrors. Entertainment options include Jersey Boys, Anthony Cools the Hypnotist, Napoleon's with dueling pianos and casino entertainment in Le Cabaret Lounge. The resort connects to its sister property Bally's by way of Le Boulevard, lined with high-end French boutiques that includes La Cave (wines & wine tastings) and Café Belle Madeleine.

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3655 Las Vegas Blvd. S. (Flamingo Rd.) Las Vegas NV 89109 U.S.


702-946-7000, 888-266-5687 Hotel’s Website

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