I was impressed with the efficiency of check-in and that's about where it stopped. They were aware my wife and I were there to celebrate our 20th Wedding Anniversary and were traveling with another couple. They accommodated us by getting our rooms close however the view was disappointing. 2nd day we were there, someone attempted to break into our room and our friends room across the hall primarily because our rooms were both located at the end of the hallway by the stairwell in an alcove that could easily hide any activity (Rm's 2072 & 2073). It took over 40 minutes and 2 phone calls to Guest Services to get Security to come to our aid. Security was excellent in how they handled their report and immediately said they would have us moved to different rooms(2901 & 2974) which had a fantastic view of pool, strip and tower. We did have to go to lobby for new room keys and when we talked with guest services my wife asked to have dinner comped since we were 2 hours from start to finish with reporting break-in to getting moved to new room. The woman was very argumentative, she told my wife it was "expensive to pay for a meal at Paris" however she would put $25 credit on our room charge all while pointing out that our new rooms were so much better than we had. I even explained that we were there celebrating our 20th Anniversary and that the hotel was where we spent our honeymoon and that it too had recently had a 20 year Anniversary. She immediately told me I was "wrong" and that the hotel was 21 years old. I reminded her that Paris opened in Sept of 1999 and that we had been to Vegas in July of 99 when we decided that if open in 2000 it would be our honeymoon spot. She could have cared less. On Thurs the day we were leaving our friends and us decided to use our $25 credit in the Paris (Americano Cafe)..... no indication it was there. We ended up going back to Guest Service that they applied the credit to our "Resort Fees" It's going to be a long time before we decide to book the Paris again, obviously we didn't feel that charm and romance of 20 years ago, we didn't really feel that our business or money was appreciated especial in a time where Covid has implied so many restriction on travel/entertainment. Maybe if they had appreciated us better we would have come home and talked highly to our friends and family about our wonderful experience and more people would want to go there even during this pandemic. What do think they are going to hear from us now?