Paris Las Vegas Resort & Casino Hotel

, Las Vegas, United States
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4 star

Rooms: 2916

3655 Las Vegas Boulevard - Las Vegas - Nevada - 89109-4307 - United States Hotel Website | 702 967 4401
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1/10
Worst Hotel Experience Ever!
Submitted by: Melissa in 31/05/06
  • Age Group: 26 - 30
  • From: United States
  • Traveller type: Weekend Breaker
Having been to Las Vegas before, I was very excited to be staying at the Paris Las Vegas on this trip. The hotel is absolutely beautiful and gives you the feel of being in Paris. However this excitement quickly faded upon check in. Keep in mind I booked my trip for Memorial Day weekend 2006 in December 2005 which included paying for a full night as a deposit when I made the reservation. However when I went to check in, the extremely rude desk clerk (probably the rudest person I have ever encountered at a hotel) told me that the Paris Las Vegas was overbooked and my reservation had been moved to the much lower quality Bally's Las Vegas hotel next door. When I asked the desk clerk how they could possibly do this since I had booked the room 6 months ago and already paid for one night to hold the room, she told me that they can do what they want and it does not matter what deposit I paid or when I reserved the room. She also told me that the airlines overbook flights all the time and bump people off flights and the Paris Las Vegas does the same. So as a result of the fact that I am not a high roller and don't lose thousands of dollars at their hotel I was moved to the much older and much less nice Bally's Las Vegas. I could not have been more disappointed as I was really looking forward to staying at the Paris Las Vegas. In addition to the problems with the room, I found the staff at the Paris Las Vegas to be extremely rude. We ate at the restaurant Mon Ami Gabi (inside the Paris Las Vegas) and stood at the hostess stand for approximately 5 minutes while the 3 hostesses talked amongst themselves before they even acknowledged us, even though I tried to interrupt them. Additionally, the staff at the check in desk was some of the rudest I have ever encountered. Never once did they apologize for situation and were completely unsympathetic. Based on this experience I will definitely never stay at the Paris Las Vegas or any of the related properties owned by Caesar's Entertainment, including Bally's Las Vegas, Rio, Caesars Palace, the Flamingo, and Harrah's. Never have I been treated so rudely by hotel staff. If you are looking for a hotel where the staff ignores you and treats you rudely and you are a risk taker and want to take a chance that you won't have a room once you arrive at the hotel, then the Paris Las Vegas is definitely for you!

9/10
Good French atmosphere
Submitted by: Chris Evers in 17/05/05
  • Age Group: 51 - 60
  • From: Netherlands
  • Traveller type: Mature Couple
We liked the good ambiance for decent prices and enjoyed the French food. Will certainly return if we will stay in Las Vegas again.

Historical Traveller Reviews of Paris Las Vegas Resort & Casino Hotel

To the Paris with Love

from A TripAdvisor Member
We just returned from Vegas last week. It was our first time there and we chose to stay at the Paris for our 25th Wedding Anniversary. It was terrific. The room was great, the breakfast buffet was awesome (my husband says they had the best scrambled eggs he has ever tasted!). We had a great waiter in LeCafe (Dennis) what a nice & friendly guy. The hotel and casino were absolutely beautiful. The slots were friendly as well, although I can't say we came back ahead, we certainly won little jackpots here and there but we just put it back into the machine. At least you could play with a $20 bill for a little while and sometimes much longer. We're glad that we chose the Paris and we will definitely make a return trip sometime in the future.

Enjoyed my stay

from A TripAdvisor Member
Arrived on Easter. Check-in line seemed a little disorganized but once I reached the desk, check in was quick. My room was on the 15th floor, overlooking the pool and Eiffel Tower. The room was clean and nice. The bathroom was very nice, but wish it had a double vanity. Breakfast Buffet was really good. Also had a good dinner at Le Provencal. Be sure to try a dessert crepe. Casino is nicely designed with a good variety of video poker options. Had agreat massage at the Mandara spa. They have a nice fitness room too. If you like French culture, you'll love Paris. I did.

No Thanks!

from A TripAdvisor Member
We stayed at the Paris the first week in April, 2003. Would not stay here again. Room was dirty. Had to ask for toilet paper. Room service did not clean our room till 4:00 in the afternoon each day. Check-in staff was not friendly, nor was casino staff. Stayed at Treasure Island our last two days and loved it!

Staying at the Paris again...

from A TripAdvisor Member
Stayed here last July 2002 and will be there again week after Easter. Rooms were clean, hotel was clean. Didn't hear any bells or whistles in the casino. Gambled downtownafter light show on lamont street. For the money, stay at the Paris

Vive la Paris!

from A TripAdvisor Member
Recently stayed at the Paris, during the busy Int'l Builder's Convention. We booked at the last minute as another hotel failed to provide a non-smoking room - the Paris, at midnight welcomed us.The lady at check-in apologizing for "not getting us the beds promised" (again a last minute booking)offered us a free upgrade for being so understanding. Wow, we were given a suite on the top 2 floors, at the same price as standard! Theservice continued to be better than expected throughout our stay. A highlight was at the steakhouse, where we feasted on the most incredible Prime Rib I've ever had and the sommelier recommended the very best bottle of wine we've ever had (& no, it didn't cost a fortune). The pastry shops were like being in Paris, The Cafe had wonderful meals and great service. Just fantastic all around. So I read of those who claim they had bad service and wonder if some of that was due to their having poor attitudes ? Or maybe we were just lucky? Anyway,we'll be back and plan to make the Paris our destination of choice.

Ummmmm No

from A TripAdvisor Member
Dont stay here. Our room was filthy and there were stains on the carpet and little toenails on the ground. The bathroom was some crap growing in it. They need to boot the mimes because they drive you nuts. Stay somewhere else and save your vacation from being really bad.

Great Hotel; casino nothing special

from A TripAdvisor Member
This is one of the nicest hotels in a city of great hotels. Not even close to being a good casino, however.

Hate their service

from A TripAdvisor Member
I made a reservation by taking advantage of a promotion called passport to Paris. I made a reservation 3 weeks in advance but when I arrived at the hotels 8:30PM, very disappointed to find out that my room, Non-smoking with king size bed with a view of ifel tower and a view of Belagio fountains. No explanation was given why the room was not ready. Only 2 options were offered, either taking a smoking 2 queen-size beds or I have to wait for 2-3 hours. The incident was my vacation killer. I was forced to have my birthday dinner without having a chance to take a shower. I vote that this hotels need improvement on reservation system. Review by Pat Skoolisariyaporn. Visited Paris at Las Vegas April 10-12, 2003

loved the Paris

from A TripAdvisor Member
We met relatives from S.C. in Vegas. The Paris Hotel was beautiful and everyone there was very friendly. The room was very nice- at $4.50 per bottled water though, we picked up our water at Wal-mart! The food was excellent and they have a cute mini mall to shop in with entertainment such as strolling accordian players. Would stay there again.

Paris raves and rants

from A TripAdvisor Member
I stayed at the Aladdin and then went to Paris Las Vegas to see how they were. Overall it was a better stay but definately pricier than the Aladdin. Thinking back I should have stayed with the Aladdin. First the raves. The room was very nice compared to the Aladdin. The bed was not as hard and it was better furnished. You get more channels at Paris than at the Aladdin and the rooms are almost soundproof. The view was also better and the service was excellent. We partied a little too hard the night before check out and they allowed us to check out at 1pm instead of 11am without a charge. The location is wonderful since it is right on the strip and at times it felt as if you really were in Paris. Now the rants. The casino is the biggest rip off I've ever seen anywhere. I never won any money and no one will serve you if you don't play big. I felt as if I was ousted even at the $20 min table. They really do know how to trick you with their "special deals". I ended up paying $20 more for a room because I was tricked into getting their "deal" which ended up being nothing but 6 useless coupons that I couldn't use since it was raining and there were no refunds. Don't fall for their deals! The bathroom was smaller and not as cozy as the one at the Aladdin. When I tried to take a relaxing bath I ended up feeling like a kid in the wading pool.

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5 timer tips Do as much research on the internet as possible before you go. You can get a map of the strip, the deuce schedule(that is the double decker bus-it's the cheapest way to get around) the monorail route etc online. Vegas is overwhelming your first trip there and it can be confusing. Be sure to see the Bellagio Fountains, the Pirate Show at Treasure Island, the volcano at the Mirage and walk throught the Venetian. That stuff is all free and will take a while to do. You don't need alot of clothes. We get dressed in the morning and leave the room and don't get back until hours later. If you want to see a show get your tickest before you go and get the best seats you can. You won't sleep enough, eat right or be able to hang on to your money (unless you are lucky) so be prepared. Vegas isn't for everyone but there is something for everyone to do and see.

Watch out for taxi scams Watch the meter. Our taxi driver tried to QUADRUPLE our taxi rate because he took four people with heavy luggage in his cab when he really only wanted to take 2 of us at a time in his van. He tried to talk us to death with humor and hoped that his "show" would make us forget to check out what the meter said, and then just threw a rate at us that was $40 for a $10 ride to the airport. If one is not paying attention or if you do not realize that the rate is by the cab and not per person, one could get stuck paying way too much.

Danny Gans Show GET TICKETS! He is the best show in town!!!

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  • Address: 3655 Las Vegas Boulevard - Las Vegas - Nevada - 89109-4307 - United States
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