Paris Hotel Information
Rooms: 2,916.
Casino: 90,000 square feet of gaming featuring 100+ tables of casino table games and over 1,700 slot and video poker machines.
Race & Sportsbook: 265-seat facility, equipped with 221 televisions and 11 big screens.
Poker room: No.
Dining: 10+ restaurants and 3 quick bite options.
Attractions: The Eiffel Tower Experience is 46 stories tall and offers 360-degree views of Las Vegas.
Shows: Comedian/hypnotist Anthony Cools, FRIENDS! The Musical and more.
Entertainment: Live music nightly at Napoleon's Dueling Pianos and Le Cabaret.
Clubs: Chateau Nightclub.
Nightlife: More than five bars, including Napoleon's Dueling Pianos and Le Cabaret.
Shopping: 15+ shops located casino level at Le Boulevard and the promenade walkway to Bally's.
Pool: Two-acre Soleil Pool and two hot tubs.
Spa: Spa by Mandara offers multiple types of massages and services and a full-service salon.
Health club: Fitness center within spa are.
Wedding chapel: Two chapels located on level two.
Convention center: 140,000 square feet of meeting space.
Internet: Yes, high-speed wireless internet access in all rooms.
Business services: Yes.
Accessible rooms: Yes.
Pets: Dogs are allowed for an extra charge of $85 per pet, per night. Max 2 per room (up to 50 lbs).
Monorail: The Las Vegas Monorail route includes stops at: MGM Grand, Bally's/Paris, Flamingo, Harrah's/The Linq, Las Vegas Convention Center, Westgate and the Sahara Las Vegas.
Check in: 4 p.m.
Check out: 11 a.m.
Resort fees: $39 (plus tax) per night.
Incidental deposit: $50 per night.
Parking: Free seven-story parking garage located off Las Vegas Boulevard; valet available at front entrance.
About: Visit Paris Las Vegas and be transported to one of Europe's most romantic cities while experiencing the heart of the famous Las Vegas Strip. Classic European style, fine craftsmanship and authentic details elevate Paris Las Vegas far above the ordinary. The resort was opened in 1999 and features a half-scale replica of the Eiffel Tower, a sign in the shape of the Montgolfier balloon and an Arc de Triomphe that's two-thirds the size of the original. The Paris theme is carried on throughout the interior of the hotel as well.