Going To Vegas

Paris Hotel & Casino

3655 Las Vegas Boulevard South
4.0 star hotel
No of Rooms33
LocationOn Strip

Ah Paris. Is there a more romantic place on earth? Sure there is, the Paris hotel and casino in Las Vegas… okay it’s not as romantic as Paris but it is the top place for lovers on the Strip and a popular spot for a wide range of tourists not necessarily seeking a romantic fling. It is conveniently located right in the middle of the Strip between the Venetian and Planet Hollywood and across from the Mirage. It is easily identified by a replica of the Eiffel Tower and a very “French” setting in general.

Amazing restaurants is one thing, a $777 dollar Kobe Beef and Maine Lobster Burger is something else entirely. Romance and fine food is what you can expect, along with amazing service and an atmosphere unlike anything else on the Strip… Don’t worry $777 is not typical of a plate at most Paris restaurants. This hotel casino appeals to a range of people, mostly couples sure, but Spring Breakers and avid gamblers alike enjoy the unique setting.

Due in large part to location, so close to the Sands Expo and right in the center of the Strip, expect Paris to be filled for much of the year. It is sandwiched between some of the most popular spots in Las Vegas, so when any one of these places fill up Paris will accommodate the overflow. Then on weekends surrounding Valentines and on any busy summer weekend they will fill quickly. Booking your room in advance is highly recommended any time of year.


Paris has a large 85,000 square foot casino and more than the average number of table games at 100 featuring all of the popular options like Blackjack, Craps and Roulette. In addition they have tons of slots and video poker machines sprinkled across the casino floor. 2,200 total. Paris has a large Race and Sports Book seating 265 with a lot of televisions, 221 small screens and 11 big screens.

Paris Room


Paris has 2,916 rooms total. They are neat and well kept and generally well reviewed. They have suites available as well. For the money it is an excellent options, being a 4.5 star hotel, just short of the 5 star rating expect your accommodations to match this.

Paris Fountain


Paris has a number of high end extremely elegant restaurants which definitely fall into the expensive range, however mixed with this are a number of places that are definitely average for the Strip. Room rates depend on the current occupancy and prices can be seasonal, but it is generally within the average range for a Strip hotel. Gambling limits are determined in large part by the crowd but are also around average.

Paris Restaurants


As mentioned the Paris has a lot of really nice restaurants, and these range from high end places, romantic spots, and everything in between. Some of the popular options include Café Belle Madeleine, Eiffel Tower Restaurant, Les Artistes Steakhouse, Mon Ami Gabi, Le Provencal, Le Village Buffet, du Parc, Le Café Ile St. Louis, JJ’s Boulangerie, La Creperie, Sugar Factory and Le Burger Brasserie Sports Grille.


The property is dotted with what are often very lively bars, and a number of the restaurants have a bar area. In addition drinks are free to gamblers, tipping though is customary.


Le Boulevard in Paris has a number of unique shops. Ask for more details.


Its myriad of bars throughout can stay busy at all hours, and of course as is usually the case on the Strip, practically everything is 24/7. Chateau Nightclub and Beer Garden is a 45,000 square foot nightclub with an outdoor terrace. Ask the hotel for details.

Paris Eiffel Tower


All of the services expected of a Vegas Strip hotel are also available at Paris from maid service to turn down, luggage, laundry, concierge and more. Paris is a stop on the monorail. There is no shuttle service to or from the airport offered by the hotel so plans should be made ahead of time.


Paris has any enormous 140,000 meeting place available for conventions or meetings. It is also a short walk from the Sands Expo.

Paris Pool


They have one pool open to guests and two Jacuzzis.


Barry Manilow has a show in the Paris Theatre and the popular Anthony Cools – the Uncensored Hypnotist can be found here. There are several lounges throughout that host live music and small lounge acts at specific times.


The Spa by Mandara has a number of services including a range of massages and a full service salon.