Paris Las Vegas Hotel, Las Vegas

Paris Las Vegas Hotel, Las Vegas

If you’ve never been to Paris in France, you can visit it in America at the Paris Las Vegas Hotel. Situated on the Las Vegas Strip, this hotel and casino is definitely one of the most recognized landmarks of Las Vegas and an outstanding view. As the name suggests, the hotel's theme is the capital of France, which is also evident from the differently-sized replicas of Parisian attractions all over the place.

The wonderful 33-story complex brings you the very best of “Paris” with the front of the hotel designed to resemble the Opera of Paris and the Louvre. Here, you can also admire a three-quarter size Arch de Triomphe, a copy of La Fontaine des Mers, a Theatre des Arts and, of course the half scale size Eiffel Tower. A unique architectural aspect is the back legs of the Tower coming down through the ceiling into the casino floor.

Fireworks shot from the Tower on September 1, 1999 marked the opening of Paris Las Vegas. Attending the event French actress Catherine Deneuve flipped a switch, turning on all of the lights, including the various crystal chandeliers in the main lobby.

The casino has over 100 gaming tables, 2200 high-payout slot machines, a poker room and a sports and race book. The hotel contains 12 restaurants, including one on the 11th floor of the Eiffel Tower, plus some at the casino level, such as “Mon Ami Gabi” and “Les Artistes Steakhouse”. There are also plenty of bars and a nightclub.

Among the live shows performed at the Paris Theatre and entertainment lounges are Anthony Cools, the famous hypnotist, and “The Magic of Paris”.

The Boulevard shopping mall, complete with its cobblestoned “Parisian” streets, restaurants, bars and shops, gives you the feeling of being physically present in the French capital. There are even two chapels where you can have a Parisian wedding. For those who wish to work out or relax, there is a swimming pool, fitness center, spa, saunas, steam rooms and a tennis court.
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Sight Name: Paris Las Vegas Hotel
Sight Location: Las Vegas, USA (See walking tours in Las Vegas)
Sight Type: Attraction/Landmark
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Tour Duration: 2 Hour(s)
Travel Distance: 3.3 Km or 2.1 Miles
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Tour Duration: 4 Hour(s)
Travel Distance: 10.2 Km or 6.3 Miles

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