Paris - Las Vegas Hotel Review

Paris Las Vegas Hotel and Casino is a great destination resort for those who cannot make it to France. Replicating popular Paris tourist attractions, the hotel includes the Eiffel Tower, the Arc de Triomphe, La Fontaine des Mers, a facade of the Paris Opera House and the Louvre, a neon sign resembling the Montgolfier hot air balloon, the Alexander III Bridge in the casino's slot and video room, and The Hotel de Ville.

As one would expect, the rooms and suites are designed in authentic Parisian details with European furnishings, ornate fabrics, and marble bathrooms. The unique mix of vintage Paris with modern day conveniences make these rooms all that more special and enticing. Chandeliers above the table in the dining parlor, bidets in the bathrooms, canopy beds, and curtains separating the bed from the sitting parlor are all characteristic of a Paris hotel.

Relaxing at Paris is easy with the rooftop pool, private cabanas, French gardens, Paris Spa by Mandara, and the fitness center. Interestingly, the hotel has set up another relaxation space called "Le Rendezvous Concierge Lounge" where guests may spend the day for a nominal fee. High atop the city on the thirty-first floor, the lounge offers spectacular views of The Strip, continental breakfast, two alcoholic beverages, evening appetizers, newspapers, business services, and personal concierge services.

Nightlife is exciting with the choice of seven different bars and lounges. Napoleon's theme is champagne. As one of the first of its kind in Vegas, the bar stocks over one-hundred varieties of champagne. Patrons listen to live jazz while they sample Parisian delicacies and sip the finest bubbly from around the world. Although indoors, Le Cabaret recreates the feeling and ambiance of an outdoor garden. A quaint Paris bistro offering specialty drinks and live entertainment, the lounge is decorated with trees covered in twinkling lights.

As part of the Harrah's Entertainment empire, guests of Paris are permitted preferred access to two prestigious golf courses. Rio Secco Golf Course is home to the Butch Harmon School of Golf where Tiger Woods trained, and Casacata Golf was recently named the "#1 ranked Facility in the U.S" by "Zagat Survey 2009".

Five-Star dining is found at Eiffel Tower Restaurant which sits above The Strip providing an excellent view while guests savor the finest French cuisine comparable to that of Paris, France. For those interested in tasting the fabulous baked goods of Paris, JJ's Boulangerie supplies all the baguettes to the restaurants of Paris Las Vegas. This cute little café offers sandwiches, salads, croissants, soups, baked goods fresh from the oven, and beverages.

And Paris would not be complete without shopping on Le Boulevard, as everyone knows that the real city of Paris is the fashion capital of the world.