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PARIS LAS VEGAS HOTEL & CASINO

Paris Las Vegas Reviews
Average Tripadvisor rating for Paris Las Vegas
Average Rating Based on 31556 reviews
Paris Las Vegas
vacation again
Paris Las Vegas
ws there last fall and went back again because we like vegas. the prices as usual are wayyy to high for food and entertainment. we don't do shows but gotta eat. the rooms were great as they were last...More
- Thom e
ws there last fall and went back again because we like vegas. the prices as usual are wayyy to high for food and entertainment. we don't do shows but gotta eat. the rooms were great as they were last year. got a good deal on the rooms because we went earlier in year. paris was great but check ins are always busy. thatnk goodness for express checkouts
gouge,gouge,gouge
Paris Las Vegas
May 12 -19, Took a 4 year break from the annual Vegas jaunt, returned this year and Tried the Paris. Typical overpriced food and drinks and finicky slots, all you'd expect from Vegas. after you have...More
- hughes6
May 12 -19, Took a 4 year break from the annual Vegas jaunt, returned this year and Tried the Paris. Typical overpriced food and drinks and finicky slots, all you'd expect from Vegas. after you have paid your airfare and room fees, at the end of your stay in a room that does not get sports broadcasts, to get you into the sportsbars, and no coffee maker, to get you to spend 5 bucks a cup, and no way to heat your leftovers, comes an additional 41.75 US per day per room resort fee charge, add to that that we now pay to park in most casinos and that equates to 15 US per day plus any additional parking one must pay to visit other casinos along the strip. That was an additional 400 American plus tax, which equates to 535 Canadian for the privilege of getting ther honor of spending your money in their casinos. This has gone to far too fast and gouging is the only word for it. there are Casinos on the strip that have listened to the customers and done away with this cash grab, so when you book, look for them. I for one, will be giving Vegas a permanent rest until this cash grab is addressed. PS Love the City and the People!
Celebrate milestone birthdays
Paris Las Vegas
Tidy, spacious room. Someone had left socks in room. Multiple pieces of clothing disappeared during our stay. Location on strip was excellent. Service wasn't great with information from concierge...More
- jaimem408
Tidy, spacious room. Someone had left socks in room. Multiple pieces of clothing disappeared during our stay. Location on strip was excellent. Service wasn't great with information from concierge incorrect on several occasions. Eg. Checkout details, transfers and flight confirmations.
Paris Hotel
Paris Las Vegas
Our recent stay at Paris Hotel in Las Vegas was very enjoyable. Location is great. Employee services were excellent. Room and bed were very comfortable and quiet. Would highly recommend this...More
- maxnurse
Our recent stay at Paris Hotel in Las Vegas was very enjoyable. Location is great. Employee services were excellent. Room and bed were very comfortable and quiet. Would highly recommend this hotel if you are traveling to Las Vegas.
Paris
Paris Las Vegas
I recently stayed at the Paris for three nights and I'm happy to report that ALL renovations have been completed meaning no construction noise or water disruption as other posters have mentioned...More
- TravelJunkie01960
I recently stayed at the Paris for three nights and I'm happy to report that ALL renovations have been completed meaning no construction noise or water disruption as other posters have mentioned. Also, I found all staff to be very nice contrary to some other poster's experiences. This is the second time I have stayed at Paris and it is fine. Not bad, but not extraordinary - just fine. The casino is old and a bit worn, but they have decent restaurant options and the hotel is ideally located in the center of the strip.The rooms, even newly renovated, were a bit underwhelming. They were clean and even had a "new room" smell, but I was expecting a bit more for such a big and lengthy renovation. Still, it was clean and spacious and did the trick for the small amount of time we were actually in it. We rented a cabana and spent one day by the pool. Cabanas (and villas) are the furthest from the actual pool, but they provide privacy, a place to keep your things, water, a fruit plate, towels, a fan and shade to keep cool, and a guaranteed spot. The pool area fills up fast and by early afternoon there are no chairs to be had. Having shade is also key as it is very hard to come by as the afternoon goes on. If you're looking for some relief from the sun, it'll be hard to find. For these reasons, I think the price of a cabana is well worth it, especially if you're splitting it with people as they can hold up to 8. Yes, drinks and food are expensive. No, they don't allow any outside food or drink (even it was purchased in the hotel) and will check your bags. You're in Vegas - deal with it. Don't do it if you're worried about the cost and are nickle and diming everything. Kelly was our waitress and she was AWESOME!!!If the price is right, I'd stay at Paris again. But if they start charging $300-$400 a night for a room because of this reno, there are nicer hotels for the same price.
Paris Las Vegas
Tripadvisor rating for this property
vacation again
ws there last fall and went back again because we like vegas. the prices as usual are wayyy to high for food and entertainment. we don't do shows but gotta eat. the rooms were great as they were last...More
Thom e
ws there last fall and went back again because we like vegas. the prices as usual are wayyy to high for food and entertainment. we don't do shows but gotta eat. the rooms were great as they were last year. got a good deal on the rooms because we went earlier in year. paris was great but check ins are always busy. thatnk goodness for express checkouts
Tripadvisor rating for this property
gouge,gouge,gouge
May 12 -19, Took a 4 year break from the annual Vegas jaunt, returned this year and Tried the Paris. Typical overpriced food and drinks and finicky slots, all you'd expect from Vegas. after you have...More
hughes6
May 12 -19, Took a 4 year break from the annual Vegas jaunt, returned this year and Tried the Paris. Typical overpriced food and drinks and finicky slots, all you'd expect from Vegas. after you have paid your airfare and room fees, at the end of your stay in a room that does not get sports broadcasts, to get you into the sportsbars, and no coffee maker, to get you to spend 5 bucks a cup, and no way to heat your leftovers, comes an additional 41.75 US per day per room resort fee charge, add to that that we now pay to park in most casinos and that equates to 15 US per day plus any additional parking one must pay to visit other casinos along the strip. That was an additional 400 American plus tax, which equates to 535 Canadian for the privilege of getting ther honor of spending your money in their casinos. This has gone to far too fast and gouging is the only word for it. there are Casinos on the strip that have listened to the customers and done away with this cash grab, so when you book, look for them. I for one, will be giving Vegas a permanent rest until this cash grab is addressed. PS Love the City and the People!
Tripadvisor rating for this property
Celebrate milestone birthdays
Tidy, spacious room. Someone had left socks in room. Multiple pieces of clothing disappeared during our stay. Location on strip was excellent. Service wasn't great with information from concierge...More
jaimem408
Tidy, spacious room. Someone had left socks in room. Multiple pieces of clothing disappeared during our stay. Location on strip was excellent. Service wasn't great with information from concierge incorrect on several occasions. Eg. Checkout details, transfers and flight confirmations.
Tripadvisor rating for this property
Paris Hotel
Our recent stay at Paris Hotel in Las Vegas was very enjoyable. Location is great. Employee services were excellent. Room and bed were very comfortable and quiet. Would highly recommend this...More
maxnurse
Our recent stay at Paris Hotel in Las Vegas was very enjoyable. Location is great. Employee services were excellent. Room and bed were very comfortable and quiet. Would highly recommend this hotel if you are traveling to Las Vegas.
Tripadvisor rating for this property
Paris
I recently stayed at the Paris for three nights and I'm happy to report that ALL renovations have been completed meaning no construction noise or water disruption as other posters have mentioned...More
TravelJunkie01960
I recently stayed at the Paris for three nights and I'm happy to report that ALL renovations have been completed meaning no construction noise or water disruption as other posters have mentioned. Also, I found all staff to be very nice contrary to some other poster's experiences. This is the second time I have stayed at Paris and it is fine. Not bad, but not extraordinary - just fine. The casino is old and a bit worn, but they have decent restaurant options and the hotel is ideally located in the center of the strip.The rooms, even newly renovated, were a bit underwhelming. They were clean and even had a "new room" smell, but I was expecting a bit more for such a big and lengthy renovation. Still, it was clean and spacious and did the trick for the small amount of time we were actually in it. We rented a cabana and spent one day by the pool. Cabanas (and villas) are the furthest from the actual pool, but they provide privacy, a place to keep your things, water, a fruit plate, towels, a fan and shade to keep cool, and a guaranteed spot. The pool area fills up fast and by early afternoon there are no chairs to be had. Having shade is also key as it is very hard to come by as the afternoon goes on. If you're looking for some relief from the sun, it'll be hard to find. For these reasons, I think the price of a cabana is well worth it, especially if you're splitting it with people as they can hold up to 8. Yes, drinks and food are expensive. No, they don't allow any outside food or drink (even it was purchased in the hotel) and will check your bags. You're in Vegas - deal with it. Don't do it if you're worried about the cost and are nickle and diming everything. Kelly was our waitress and she was AWESOME!!!If the price is right, I'd stay at Paris again. But if they start charging $300-$400 a night for a room because of this reno, there are nicer hotels for the same price.