Paris Las Vegas

3655 Las Vegas Blvd., Las Vegas, NV 89109, USA
Paris Las Vegas Hotel & Casino

Why We Like It

Paris Las Vegas stays true to its name. It channels Paris and Las Vegas to create a unique experience.

Fodor's Expert Review

Paris Las Vegas is a sprawling resort that successfully pulls off having an outdoors feel while being under a roof. That’s excellent news for a city whose summer temperatures are upward of 110 degrees Fahrenheit, and it makes for a unique and welcoming experience.

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Guest rooms were modeled after the famous Hotel de Ville but have been updated with the modern flair people expect of a higher-end Las Vegas experience. With nearly 3,000 total rooms, offerings range from the standard rooms to luxurious suites featuring ornate chandeliers and custom art pieces.


Bathrooms feature marble countertops and separate tubs and showers.


Paris Las Vegas channels the street scenes of the most famous city in France with cobblestone pathways, street signs and 40-foot ceiling painted to emulate the sky. The European charm is welcoming and tasteful.


Soleil Pool is located underneath the Eiffel Tower replica, making it a unique experience.

Tip The two-acre space offers cabanas as well as first-come-first-served lounge seating.


Spa by Mandara is a full-service, 25,000-square-foot facility open daily.


The Eiffel Tower Restaurant is a clear draw, offering pricey French cuisine 100-feet above the Las Vegas Trip. Other more reasonably priced cafes have a faux-outdoor feel that fits in with the overall atmosphere of the resort.

You Should Know Regardless of price point, most of the restaurants here stick to the Parisian theme and feature French food. So, if you aren’t a fan of French food, consider not staying at the French-themed resort.


Imbibe under the glow of the replica Eiffel Tower at Chateau Nightclub & Rooftop.

What's Nearby

Getting Around

The Las Vegas Strip is pedestrian friendly, and taxis are readily available for longer distances.

TIP: Hailing a taxi the way you might in New York City is prohibited on the Las Vegas Strip. You are supposed to jump into them from a designated spot – typically in front of the resorts.


You're on the Las Vegas Strip! Restaurants abound. If you're not feeling the French fare at Paris, head to another resort. The nearby Bellagio and Caesars Palace are good places to start looking for solid options.


Head out the door and walk in either direction up Las Vegas Boulevard. You'll find an abundance of watering holes to drink at.

Quick Facts


Phones: 877-796–2096;702-946–7000