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Paris Las Vegas REVIEWS – Paris Las Vegas at 3655 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109 – Bipper Media

Paris Las Vegas REVIEWS – Paris Las Vegas at 3655 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109 Paris Las Vegas in Las Vegas, Nevada Paris Las Vegas in Las Vegas, Nevada
Ratings and reviews for Paris Las Vegas Ratings and reviews for Paris Las Vegas
M Laird The hotel is nice, though they could really update the check in area, not necessarily modern, I understand the style they are going for, but the walls just look dirty. The room is good/clean, but nothing really special. There are little cafes all around the perimeter, decent restaurants. Decent, to grab a bite. Again, nothing amazing or noteworthy. The sit-down selections are pretty good, I would suggest those. Even though they are pricier, the quality is miles above. Be prepared to take a long hike from the parking garage to the check in area, on very hard ground with lots of people walking in the small space designed to look as if you are walking down a small little town in the French countryside… But you’re not… There are LOTS of people squeezing through while you’re trying to maneuver your rolling bag, checked bag and oversized personal item that you were able to bring in the place while wearing those shoes that pinch in just one spot on your right foot.Additionally, this is not the fault of the hotel 100%, but getting into the property from LVB, is an absolute nightmare. Expect traffic and many many pedestrians that ignore crosswalk signals. If you made it this far, I would like to say, I enjoyed my stay. It was interesting and nice enough, just enough to write a review about, but wouldn’t write home. Joseph Behm Very nice place. Good restaurants and shops. Lots to do. Very clean high ceilings and plenty of games and fun.My wife said she’ll love to come back to this Hotel again this year. 100%Nearby activities: Sammy Hagar Mexican restaurant. Of course the Tower.Safety: Very safe. Definitely coming back.Walkability: Right in middle of strip in a nice hotel.Food & drinks: Gordon Ramsay Stakes was the best. Merrie Sanders Mariah Miller This is a great location if you want to be right in the middle of the action on the strip. Rooms are outdated but fine. Great atmosphere and lots to do and see. Super cool to go to the viewing deck on the Eiffel Tower replica. Scary if you’re afraid of heights, like me.Nearby activities: So close to lots of activities on the strip. Arte museum, bellagio fountain, tons of restaurants, and more.Walkability: Can get lots of places quickly by walking in this prime location.Noteworthy details: Very cool architecture inside with the Eiffel Tower replica showing throughout the casino. Asim Latif Even a single star is a generous rating for this dump. During our stay, the rooms were never cleaned. I had to repeatedly ask for fresh towels for next day. TV remote was not operational, no house keeping, and the wardrobe door wouldn’t open. Customer service is nil at best. You’re better off staying at circus circus, at least your expectations are low. The elevators, hallways, rooms in short everything looks dated. Vegas used to be fun, it’s not anymore. Paris hotel is worst of all. Justin Time Caesars who owns Paris should be ashamed of them self and for many reasons why. First the hotel is filthy dirty and disgusting. Showed up 3 hours after my schedule check in approximately 300 people in front of me with only a couple people at the at the check in desk. Rooms we’re not ready at 9:00pm. Filthy mold in the bathroom, with quarter inch of dust on the base boards, disgusting vanity, broken tile, worn out carpeting, disgusting filthy elevators, escalators. I had a bad feeling as soon as I got out of the car in the garage where my shoes stuck to the concrete. Do not bother to call the front desk your call will be transferred overseas from your hotel room. Don’t expect for them to check you in you have to use the kiosk. This nightmare took place in January 2024. My opinion they don’t take public health seriously during these times. Congratulations Caesars entertainment you figured out how to run a hotel with almost no employees. It shows. Jesse Kimber My girlfriend and I visited for 3 days two nights and the stay was amazing! The price was reasonable, the staff was accommodating and the location was unbeatable! The observation deck, Eiffel Tower restaurant were fantastic, the gaming floor was nice, and they even had a 24/7 restaurant and bar in facility. They even offered late checkout and luggage storage so after we checked out they held our bags while we went to Freemont. Highly suggest this for a couples stay! Devender The room was super clean and air in room was good. Every employee was super friendly and putting out a nice welcoming vibe. The Americano restaurant service was perfect and very nice to have restaurant manager checking to make sure everything was as it should be. Location on the Strip is tops, most central and easy to access, short walk. The gaming floor is arranged well and the slots I found made it a winning trip. Super good experience. If you can, get a room with the view of the fountains. Oh, and the rooms are very reasonably priced. Joseph Oliva Nice hotel and casino in Las Vegas. Great restaurants, cigar bar, and retail shops. In the middle of the strip and walking distance to many other casinos, shopping, and dining. Smoky casino floor, though, and a frew craps and roulette tables. Casino is on the ground floor and pretty expansive with lots of various slot machines. It’s definitely worth a weekend stay in Vegas, though newer and more updates hotel casinos abound. Reasonable room rates and great service. Cassel McWaters Felt fleeced. Location is good but hotel is overpriced and not worth it. Stuck with tiny pillows, no coffee in the room and 1 hour waits to get coffee downstairs with tons of strangers. Daily Resort fee for the pool that was not open and the chairs you can’t sit in with out a 2 drink minimum. We unplugged the minibar/lamp to use the curling iron\blow dryer and were charged 50 for that luxury. Like anyone would read that sign, should be by the plug if it’s 50 because it’s not like we want to drink your literally expired shelf stable brown orange juice. Barf! Health hazard!Besides the location, the only good thing about this hotel is MON AMI GABI is in the lobby! One of the best restaurants in Vegas! Come here every time (for the past 20ish years) and everyone I bring always wants to come back. Highly recommend Mon Ami, just don’t stay at the hotel. 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