My husband and I stayed here for 3 nights while he attended CES. We had a wheelchair accessible room which was large and roomy. There is a safe, a mini fridge and the basics like an ironing board and toiletries. Housekeeping made up our rooms quickly although the toiletries were not replenished on the 2nd day.Free wi-fi is only good for 2 devices, then they want to charge you $14.95 per day per device!! That's just crazy. Between my husband and me we had 2 cellphones, an iPad and a laptop, so we only connected 2 of them. Certainly not paying $14.95 a day for wi-fi. So I just used my data but reception is poor in the rooms.The bed was comfortable, the window big and let in a lot of light, but we were facing the back of the hotel, so no view. There were lots of drawers in the room to unpack and lots of outlets and USB ports.The door was really heavy, too heavy for a wheelchair accessible room. I had problems opening it and keeping it open, someone in a wheelchair just can't do it.I didn't hear any noise at night, it was very quiet. BUT every morning I could hear the person in the room next to me coughing and spitting and hacking (I'm assuming in the bathroom). It was really gros sounding. So I think maybe the rooms could be noisy if you had a noisy neighbour.Prices for the hotel were really expensive, I guess because of the CES convention. Over $500 a night for 2 nights, then the final night went down to a reasonable $130 or so. What is NOT reasonable is the $45 "resort fee" that they charge you on top of that. They say the resort fee covers wi-fi (but only for 2 devices!!) and the pool/fitness area (which we did not even use). I think most strip hotels charge a resort fee but you might want to find one that charges less.We were actually supposed to stay 4 nights but missed a connecting flight because of a snowstorm. Their webpage says you need to give 72 hours notice of cancellation or you'll be charged but when we missed our flight we called and they did not charge us for the first night which was great.I really like the location of the Paris hotel - right in the middle of the strip. I would stay here again if the prices were lower.Lots of restaurants and shops downstairs but they are all really expensive. We did not gamble so no comment on the casino, although I took pics of everything and it's nice to walk around and browse.My husband went to a business lunch at the Eiffel Tower restaurant and he said it was the best hamburger he has ever had in his life (it cost $22). He eats burgers at lots of restaurants so it must have been good.