Paris Las Vegas Hotel & Casino

Paris Las Vegas Hotel & Casino pays tribute to the City of Light with landmark replicas and themed decor and dining. Visitors can view Vegas from 50 stories up on the Eiffel Tower replica’s observation deck. Visitors will also enjoy the two-thirds size Arc de Triomphe replica by the porte-cochere.

Pull into the Parisian porte cochere from the Strip. Guests check in at the lavish front desk. A standard room is decorated in burgundy and brown. Referred to as a Red Room, it features a kind bed, flat screen TV, desk, ottoman and sofa.

A bathroom in a standard room features a marble vanity, wide mirror and open layout. A bath tub and walk-in shower are both available in standard rooms. Paris offers signature toiletries in standard rooms.

A personal safe and iron are available in the standard room. Coffee is complimentary in a standard room. The two-bedroom Louis XV Suite starts at $1,642 a night and features French Revolution era decor. The living room of a two-bedroom Louis XV Suite is palatial with grand curtains, a beautiful chandelier and seating for seven guests.

The two-bedroom Louis XV Suite includes a U-shaped bar with seating. A salon offers additional seating by the bar. A hallway leading to a bedroom features more art and flowers. One of the bedrooms boasts a kind bed, armoire and chandelier.

One of four bathrooms in the suite boasts marble counters and a jacuzzi tub. The bathroom vanity features a marble countertop, lamps and a mirror modeled after Versailles. Signature toiletries are available including cotton balls and Q-Tips. The bathtub is adorned with ornate gold handles and faucets. One decorative bathtub faucet is a bird figurine. The suite offers a walk-in closet and dresser of drawers.

The suite features an elaborate formal dining room. Lilies decorate a dining room table in a two-bedroom Louis XV Suite. The food preparation area includes a mini-fridge and microwave. The suite includes an extra vanity for pampering. An ornate writing table includes a plus chair, lamp and mirror. A hallway leading to a bedroom is lined with artwork.

Fresh flowers are displayed on a hallway stand. Another bedroom features a king bed, armoire, desk and elaborate decor. Guests can work at a writing table in the bedroom. Another bathroom vanity features more art and decor. Another bathtub is shown with a window and lounge chair.

A living room offers seating for five and a wide flat screen TV. The two-acre Soleil pool is situated between the hotel and its Eiffel Tower with secluded views of the Strip. Guests can view the hotel’s half-scale Eiffel Tower replica from the pool deck. The private pool offers free, first come, first served lounge chairs to guests.

Private cabanas and daybeds are available to rent. Cabanas offer seclusion from the pool with great views. A pool villa offers privacy, seating, a mini fridge and a TV. Le Central bar was renovated this year and reopened in April.

The bar is centrally located between the casino and shops with an elegant French atmosphere. Signature cocktails includeLe Crisp, Basil Basil, and Blueberry Infusion. Le Central bar features al fresco seating. Guest eat at Le Cafe on the casino floor. Napoleon’s Lounge offers the vintage Vegas feel, including dueling pianos. The full service bar in Napoleon’s has an extensive list of spirits, wine and dessert beverages.

Find a cigar lounge in Napoleon’s. Le Cabaret lounge offers cocktails and music from live DJs in a transportive setting. A retail, dining and entertainment corridor called Le Boulevard connects Paris Las Vegas to Bally’s.

Guests line up for Le Village Buffet. Steve Martorano serves homestyle Italian at his restaurant along Le Boulevard. Martorano’s Italian Restaurant offers lunch and dinner in its dining room, plus a bar and lounge.

Disco balls are shown above the dining area, where vintage films and songs are played. The entryway to Gordon Ramsay Steak draws guests in to the celebrity chef’s restaurant. The two-floor dining room is open for dinner and features Ramsay’s signature dishes. On the ceiling, the Union Jack reflects Gordon Ramsay’s British background, while the neon reflects the motions his hands make when he prepares Roasted Beef Wellington.

Gordon Ramsay merchandise is available for purchase. Guests get breakfast at JJ’s Boulangerie. Fresh baguettes are displayed in JJ’s Boulangerie. Classic French desserts are displayed in Cafe Belle Madeleine. Desserts are topped with fresh fruits and decorative chocolate garnishes. Las Vegas’ homegrown chocolate, Hexx is available at MGM Grand and Paris Las Vegas.

Find Hexx kitchen + bar’s streetfront patio on the Strip. Learn more about cacao with a tasting flight of five squares of varying origins while watching the process at chocolate counter Twenty XX degrees. Chocolate is shown in melangers at the Hexx chocolate room. The melanger is a grinder that liquifies the cocoa nibs.

Visitors can take this bridge reminiscent of the many in Paris to the Eiffel Tower replica. View the Las Vegas Strip looking northbound from the observation deck of the Eiffel Tower replica. View the hotel from the observation deck of the Eiffel Tower replica. Visitors can see the Fountains of Bellagio from the observation deck as well.

Lilah Casteel of Tacoma, Wash. takes a photo from the observation deck of the Eiffel Tower replica. A guest holds an iPad with an Eiffel Tower App, which displays what you would be seeing if you were looking out from the Eiffel Tower in Paris. “Love locks” are attached to a wall, a tribute to the tradition of placing lovers placing locks on Pont des Arts bridge in Paris. Paris-themed items are shown in the gift shop. Catch one of Broadway’s — and Las Vegas’ — most beloved musicals, ‘Jersey Boys’ at Paris Las Vegas. Find relaxing spa treatments in the Paris Spa by Mandara.

The Paris logo and Eiffel Tower replica are iconic landmarks on the Strip. The porte-cochere lights up at night.