How To Experience Paris Las Vegas

Paris Las Vegas Is Almost Better Than a Trip Across the Atlantic

Take a stroll along Las Vegas Blvd and you’ll quickly notice is that every hotel has some type of attraction to try to lure you in. Paris Las Vegas is no different as the strip’s skyline is dominated the replica of the Eiffel Tower right on the Las Vegas strip. Once inside you’ll get a little French flair to go along with the right combination of Vegas vibe to suit your vacation just fine. The resort offers a pool deck and a spacious spa but a few highlights are well worth mentioning below.

Remember, how you decide on what hotel you will stay at depends on how you choose to spend your time.  After all, the lights don’t pay for themselves and once you are in there is a good chance you’ll put a coin in a slot machine or put your chips on the flet.  When looking for a hotel find the hotel that best suits your needs.  Check out our Guide to Las Vegas Hotels for more information on Las Vegas strip resorts.

Entertainment at Paris Las Vegas

Don’t expect the giant Cirque du Soleil productions or the headliners with residencies at Paris Las Vegas. Instead, you’ll get a second tier of entertainment that delivers far more for your money. Jeff Civillico and his comedy/juggling show will have you rolling in the aisles with his approach to audience engagement.  Juggling should not be this funny but it delivers with a daring and hilarious timing.  The Circus is brought back to its roots with Circus 1903:The Golden Age of Circus in a show that is elementary in nature yet as captivating as any show you will see. In its essence this show is about pure entertainment in its simplest form. The circus acts do not have to rely on fancy lighting and special effects to dazzle you with the spectacle that is a circus. If you love elephants you’ll be surprised to see them come to life as puppets from the puppeteers who created “War Horse” in a performance that is very close to lifelike. If you are seeking out a little risque entertainment, Paris Las Vegas offers an education course in the hilarious show, Sex Tips for Straight Women from a Gay Man. The show is a bit edgy so open minds are required and the ability to laugh at yourself is a must.







Where to Eat at Paris Las Vegas

There is no shortage of restaurant options at Paris Las Vegas as the resort offers 14 different places to have a meal and a few spots for a quick snack. From burgers and sandwiches to pasta and crepes no appetite will go hungry at Paris Las Vegas. The all-stars in the restaurant options at this resort are among some of the best on the strip.

Celebrity Chef Gordon Ramsay opened his first Las Vegas restaurant at Paris Las Vegas and he has been sprinting on the strip ever since. (he now has 4 with another on the way) Gordon Ramsay Steak is a modern day version of a steakhouse and is as hip and modern as you would expect for a Las Vegas steakhouse. Bright decor and a busy dining room compete with the energy from the show kitchen and the dazzling entrees that showcase the kitchen staff’s talents. The beef is promising and should be tried but the fish and chips will make you swoon. The Beef Wellington is flaky and savory and the Shepard’s Pie is very British. The chic decor, the crafty cocktails and the upbeat energy make this a Vegas must do before a night out on the strip. Oysters, caviar, and a few signature dishes will make your evening perfect.

The atmosphere is thick with romance at the Eiffel Tower Restaurant inside Paris Las Vegas. Perhaps it’s the thick French accents or the view of the Fountains of Bellagio from your dimly lit table but if there was ever a place to whisper in a seductive way this restaurant is the place for it. The menu is classically French and includes a few highlights that must be sampled. The steak tartare has the perfect combination of truffle oil and cheese. Escargot with garlic is elegant and the foie gras with duck prosciutto will spark your interest in sweet wines. The Dover Sole with a grenobloise sauce is alive with capers and the rack of lamb is accented with a ratatouille that would be a star on its own.  This is white tablecloth fine dining at its best in Las Vegas so expect to be dressed in your best threads and you’ll pay handsomely for the experience. It is worth it, but you have been warned, this is not cheap.

Start your day on the patio at Mon Ami Gabi with a view of the Las Vegas strip and fresh French press coffee. The baguettes come out warm and the crepes are stuffed with brie and are a savory surprise.  Lunch at Mon Ami Gabi is classic French Bistro with a selection of pate to go along with some crispy duck confit and to be finished off with steak frites. Dining under the stars offers a similar menu to the lunch options with prime steaks alongside some classic French sauces. The salmon rillettes are a must as is the beef bourguignon but only in the cooler months of the year.

Experience Paris Las Vegas

Las Vegas offers so many varying experiences but Paris Las Vegas can hold it’s own against its surrounding neighbors.

The half-scale replica of the original Eiffel Tower in Paris, France commands your attention as you arrive at the resort. An elevator takes you 46 stories above the Las Vegas strip at the Eiffel Tower Experience, where you are greeted by 360-degree views of the Las Vegas valley. Arrive there at dusk and the sunsets are hard to beat and the fountains of Bellagio will dazzle you down below. The bright lights of the desert on all sides have led this to become a popular spot for wedding proposals and ceremonies. The attraction is open all day until midnight with prices being slightly more expensive when the sun goes down. Your elevator ride up will be an informative one as elevator operators do their best to give you a crash course on the tower and the construction of the replica.


  • Eiffel Tower Experience

Las Vegas is known for its nightlife and for its nightclubs and Château Nightclub is one of the few that offer a chance for an indoor and outdoor experience with a view of the Las Vegas strip. The rooftop allows you to dance under the stars and it even accommodates a few dark corners for some quiet time with your new found friend. There is a DJ booth outside as well as impressive views up along the Eiffel Tower. The dance floor in the main room is adorned with a decor that drops you in the middle of the VIP booths and under grand chandeliers that lend a glow to the room. The DJ booth is dwarfed by a massive LED screen that seemingly moves the room with its visual effects. The nightclub opens at 10:30 and the party goes deep into the night Wednesday, Friday and Saturday.


  • Dancing Chateau Nightclub and Rooftop Bar

At Beer Park at Paris Las Vegas you get an opportunity to have an outdoor party while watching a few games and doing a little dancing. The bar/restaurant is situated above the Las Vegas strip so your view is of Las Vegas Blvd as well as the Fountain of Bellagio. The beer selection is ample, the outdoor grill serves up casual snacks and the smoker is actually churning out real barbeque. To add to the experience the space is surrounded by over 30 televisions, community games pool tables and giant Jenga as well as a small grassy lawn to roll around on. It’s like a rooftop park in your neighborhood except all of your friends are having a lot of fun. The Beer Park is open daily at 11m and closes late on weekends.


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