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For many years, Paris has been nicknamed the "City of Lights". So has Las
Vegas. So it seemed very fitting that the Paris Resort Hotel and Casino,
Eiffel Tower included, opened for business in the late summer of 2000.
What better way than to bring two very different cities with the same
Conveniently located near the center of the Las Vegas Strip, Paris is uniquely decorated with replicas of famous Parisian landmarks both inside and out of the resort. The Arc de Triomphe replica is located right outside of the main entrance and is roughly two-thirds the size of France's original. Inside, there is a large cobblestone walkway that goes through a reconstructed French village, and features many different shops and 11 different restaurants.
Now, there is something we'd like to point out about this resort. We found the hospitality to be a little bit too realistic, just as it is in the actual city of Paris. What do we mean by this? Well, if you've ever been to France, you're very likely aware of how rude the people can be. While not quite as bad, there was a noticable difference with the way we were treated at this resort, compared to the other popular Las Vegas hotels. Whether or not this was intentional, I'm not sure, but it may just be that they're trying to remain consistent with the theme of how most people expect the French to behave. Aside from that interesting tidbit, its a great place to stay.
One of the best features about Paris, Las Vegas is the Eiffel Tower Restaurant. The Eiflel Tower is a 50 story replica thats only half the size of the original Eiffer Tower in France. The actual restaurant is 11 stories up and easily has the most spectacular view of the Las Vegas Strip, more so than any other restaurant. When making reservations, be sure to request a table by the window overlooking the fountains of Bellagio water and lightshow right across the street. The view is absolutely dazzling!
The casino at Paris, Las Vegas is approximately 85,000 square feet, and has over 2000 slots machines, along with all the typical table games as well. As for accommodations, Paris, Las Vegas has close to 3000 guest rooms that were modelled after a famous French Hotel, called the "Hotel de Ville". The magnificent pool at the resort is a rooftop, Frech themed, garden area that that takes up two full acres of space. There you have access to private outdoor cabanas, a cafe, and a jacuzzi.
And what would Paris, Las Vegas be without a spa? Who knows, since the 25,000 square foot "Spa by Mandara" on the resort is one of the finest in Las Vegas. Equipped with 24 treatment rooms with luxurious, hand-crafted massage tables, a wide variety of relaxing treatments are available, as well as a fitness center and beauty salon.
For weddings, the Chapelle du Paradis can accommodate up to 100 guests to witness your ceremony. Inside of the chapel, tall golden pillars, crystal chandeliers and a beautiful sky-like mural painting on the ceiling receives our vote for the best wedding chapel in Las Vegas.
So if you feel like visiting Paris, then visit Paris, Las Vegas. Or if you'd rather just visit Las Vegas, be sure to stay at the Paris Resort Hotel and Casino on the Las Vegas Strip.
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