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This was our first time staying at Paris and we had a group of 10. The rooms were dated but the staff did give us the ability to upgrade to a recently renovated room, which we declined. Even though the room was showing wear, it...More
Spent the week with my spouse.....had nearly every dinner, lunch, you name it at the hotel. Played $100 a hand in blackjack every hand (spent over $5000 at casino showing my card) final day visited the rewards and they had a total of $20 in...More
The Paris is not a place I would revisit as a guest. I had a bad experience there with finding someone sleeping in the hallway, to long lines to check in and out and dismal gaming even though I did not lose money. I want...More
I lost a lot of money playing my card and my wife's and host would not give us a free meal, told i must use my credits first, even if we are trying to save them up to buy some items threw your rewards book....More
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I like staying at hotels with character, and this one definitely fit the bill. I was amused by all the French signs, and admired the flourishes in the décor. I was not amused by the dearth of public restrooms on the concourse level, as they...More
We didn’t stay here but visited while exploring the different hotels on the Strip.
The outside is dominated by the half size Eiffel Tower, the Arc de Triumph, and a large hot air balloon with the name of the hotel on it. Step inside and...More
The building itself is beautiful. But that's really the only thing that Paris has going for it. The casino is smoky. We ate at the "sidewalk cafe" inside and the food was adequate but nothing special. The real problem we had was the staff. Every...More
Visited the Paris sports book with my husband on 8/11. It was mostly empty. After we had been sitting for a bit, a man came in and sat about two seats away from me. He had trouble using the personal TVs, and started talking loudly...More
We had a business convention and stayed at Paris, Las Vegas. I found it a little disorienting, dark and not convenient. Cafes, restaurants and shops were cute but terribly overpriced. Hotel floors were discombobulated and not enough elevators for hosting a big convention (2000+ women)....More