If your travel plans can’t include a visit to the City of Lights in France to see the Eiffel Tower, how about the next best thing? Paris Las Vegas makes a statement on the Strip with it’s petite replica of the grand structure, but do you feel the same love and romance when you check in? With so many options to stay on the Las Vegas Strip my husband and I loved our recent stay at Paris, Las Vegas and here are our highlights:
ROOMS: Our eastern facing room made for phenomenal sunrises over the mountains, but you can request front row views of the Bellagio fountains if you desire. We caught the water show from the top of the Eiffel Tower, so we weren’t too disappointed of our location. Our “Red Room” had a large marble bath and shower, 42-inch plasma TV encased in a beautifully functional armoire . The room included a suede love seat (can you tell they look like puckered lips) by the window and Paris themed artwork about the room. The bed’s linens and blankets were soft and silky on the skin and the red, gold, and black accents around the room added to the sexy/romantic atmosphere and made for a nice few nights!
POOL: Need a pool to add to the romance, how about 2 acres worth and a view of the top of the Eiffel Tower and it’s restaurant? Getting off the elevator and walking out to the view of the gardens was stunning and as we walked around and found a lounge chair to enjoy the January sun, we thought ‘why do we need to leave the property at all?’ Rent a cabana and order up a cocktail to finish off your poolside massage. Yes, please.
LOCATION: If we’re staying on the Strip for the weekend, we rarely want to get in the car and drive. In the heart of the Strip, you can walk down to MGM or Caesars Palace easily and efficiently using overpasses and crosswalks and not needing a long nap. If you need to get further down to Mandalay Bay or even the Venetian, bus stops are right out front or just a short walk to the trams. Le Boulevard inside Paris offers places to window shop and dine and a short walk to the The Forum inside Caesars provides lots of high end shopping and restaurants. Also neighboring Bally’s Promenade, Via Bellagio, and the Miracle Mile in Planet Hollywood can keep you close and offer a variety of activities, showrooms, sundries and snacks.
ACTIVITIES/DINING: I’m a gambler, I love it and can enjoy a few hours watching the wheels spin to hopefully a financial delight. Though my husband doesn’t care much for it, he will allow me some time to play and I found a perfect Wizard of Oz machine right by the Le Bar du Sport so he had some time to get his basketball on while enjoying a beer! It’s all about compromise! Le Caberet lounge had some fabulous music and dancing while you enjoy drinks, this place was hopping each evening well past midnight and had a great vibe! Day or night, the Eiffel Tower Experience is a great way to see the city from 460 ft!
Meals at Mon Ami Gabi are delicious, their wine list extensive, and you must get an outdoor seat beneath the heaters (during January). People watching from here is perfect and if you time it right, you’ll get a great view of the Bellagio fountain show. I’m really thinking the Bellagio should really give Paris a kickback from offering so many great views of their property! Cafe Belle Madeleine has sweets to tickle your taste buds and the aroma from the coffee tempts you and brings you in every time you walk by! World Famous Gordon Ramsay Steak is a must on our next visit, we’ve heard nothing but great things and I’ve got a Vegas gaming app that acquires points for real comps that include this restaurant!
Paris, Las Vegas is indeed romantic and a wonderful place to stay on your next trip. Of course getting away with your love is the most important part, but why not check out this location and see for yourself, I’m already thinking about getting back there this summer! For more information and rates, visit http://www.parislasvegas.com/.
Our stay was hosted as part of our media visit, all opinions our own.