I’ve always loved Vegas hotels because they put such great detail into the theme hotels and they make everything bigger than life. The Paris hotel is one of those hotels and they immediately give you the feeling that you've walked into France the moment you enter the hotel. Everything is decorated in chandeliers, old paintings, antique street lights, cobblestones and iconic French buildings. It’s like an adult Disney World.
The rooms are nicely decorated in an antique French style. We stayed in a large room with two comfortable queen beds and slept like a baby all 3 nights of our stay. There's also a huge closet, desk, chair and a good size flat screen TV. The bathroom has a bathtub and shower separated with great water pressure.
The hotel itself is big, but not too big to the point where you're walking a mile to the other end like some other huge hotels in Vegas.
There are tons of restaurants packed into this hotel and I definitely recommend eating at the Eiffel Tower Restaurant. The view is phenomenal and you’ll get to see the Bellagio fountain show several times while you’re eating your meal. We also had brunch sitting out on the patio at Hexx Kitchen + Bar and Mon Ami Gambi, and everything was perfect and delicious.
There’s also lots of entertainment like the Chateau, Le Caberet, Napoleon's lounge, the Eiffel Tower Experience and more. This Eiffel Tower is half the size of the real Eiffel Tower in France, standing at 460 feet, but it was still pretty high up there! You get an incredible view of the strip and the Bellagio fountain show.
The pool was a pretty good size with a fantastic view of the Eiffel Tower. If you get there before 10:30am, you’ll most likely get a lounge chair. The pool opens at 8am and it starts out slow and quiet up until 10:30am. The music starts playing, more people arrive and the cocktail waitresses start taking your drink orders. By the time it’s noon, the pool is full and the music gets even louder. I usually like to leave before the party people start getting in.
The location is perfect because it’s right in the middle of everything. It’s also right across the street from the Bellagio, so you’ll be able to catch the impressive fountain show numerous times.
The only downside to this hotel (and many hotels in Vegas) is that you get charged a resort fee. On the bright side, wifi and the gym is included in the fee.
Overall, we loved our stay at the Paris Hotel and would recommend it to anyone visiting Las Vegas!