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A decent stay at Paris Las Vegas

A decent stay at Paris Las Vegas

Old Jan 13, 23, 9:16 pm
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A decent stay at Paris Las Vegas

Paris Las Vegas

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Paris Las Vegas

3655 Las Vegas Blvd S Las Vegas, NV US 89109

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I stayed at paris for an event. It was decent enough, though the stay was not without its hiccups. I was actually supposed to be across the street at Caesars Palace, but there was some sanfu with the reservations, and, not being able to get the same quality room, I decided to move to the Paris to try it out, as I've never stayed there in the past.

The first room had a not so great view, but after talking to my host in the morning, they straightened it out, I moved rooms to the other side of the tower with in my opinion a much better view, although the room was the same type, so it's equally as small.

This was the first room's view1_signal-2023-01-13-185124_003.jpeg

...and this is the second room's, taken around the same time the second night.


Check In

Check-in at the Paris was extraordinarly busy. Caesars seem to constantly understaff the check-in areas of all their Las Vegas properties, and Paris is no exception. I've heard horror stories of parties waiting upwards of 2 hours just to check in. Fortunately, being a diamond member allows you to use the private diamond check-in towards the back of the lobby, which significantly cuts down the check-in time.


The room offered to me was a normal burgandy room, which turned out to be very small. The amenities are fairly decent, there is a safe, and it's quiet enough to not hear the neighbours too much. 1_signal-2023-01-13-185124_002.jpeg


I have to make a note about the service. Housekeeping skipped my room two out of the four nights that I was at the Paris, and I suspect that they would have skipped me the first night also if I had not needed to switch rooms. It is a little ridiculous that you had to speak to the front desk twice about missed housekeeping, as this is the most basic of amenities you expect, even at a sawdust joint, much less the Paris. I complained to the hotel staff and they were kind enough to offer a food and beverage credit.


The Paris is located centre strip, right across from the Bellagio fountains, close to the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas and a block away from the Linq promenade and Ellis Island, a hidden away locals brewery and casino that took me by surprise, review to come later.


Being a hotel and casino, I have to include a section about the gaming floor. It's smoky - more so than Planet Hollywood, probably because the ceilings are so low. The legs of the Eiffel Tower protrude through the ceiling into the floor, which is pretty cool.

I won't comment on the slots as I am not a machine player, but if you like Video poker, there used to be great machines in the champagne slots area, but as I haven't been back this year (2022) I cannot guarantee that they are still there.

As for table games, all the usual suspects are accounted for. Minimums seem to vary between 10$ and 25$ depending on time of day and how busy the floor is. If you are on a budget, I suggest you gamble during the day to stretch your gambling dollar. Blackjack across the floor is 6-to-5, even the gimmicky games (ones with additional rules, e.g. Free Bet Blackjack) are 6-5, and as such, they should be avoided like the plague. If you are itching for some blackjack action, though, there is a higher-limit "salon des tables" area for table games that include 3-2 blackjack at 50$ minimums or higher.

Craps minimum 15$, field pays double on 2 and 12, strip odds. Dealers are fairly competent.

A decent stay at Paris Las Vegas

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Old Mar 14, 23, 5:33 pm
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Thanks for doing a review. Having stayed at the Paris, at least 5 times, I do not feel the rooms are small. They measure 390 sq. ft. which is a very average room size. I have never felt that the casino has low ceilings. Matter of fact, the ceiling height in the casino averages 20 feet. I also have never felt that the Paris is overly smoky. Your comparison to Planet Hollywood is weird, because we do find Planet Hollywood can be very smoky, in the evenings. I'll attach some pics which prove that ceilings are not low. Considering that the average person is 5'8", there is a lot of space between people's heads and the ceilings.

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