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Paris Las Vegas Review

Paris Las Vegas is one of the newer properties on the strip, first opening on September 1, 1999. It sports 85,000 square feet of gaming space on its casino floor and around 2,900 hotel rooms. It is currently owned by Caesars Entertainment and consequently uses the Total Rewards player program.

Paris Las Vegas is located right in the center of the Las Vegas Strip. As the name suggests, its theme is that of France and it even offers a replica Eiffel Tower. Guests may go to the Eiffel Tower’s observation deck for free. One of the main features of this attraction is to view the Bellagio fountains, which are located directly across Las Vegas Boulevard from Paris.

Casino at Paris Las Vegas

While the casino spreads many games throughout the floor, blackjack is the most popular table game at Paris Las Vegas. Like most Caesars Entertainment casinos in Las Vegas, there are some terrible games to sort through before finding playable ones. Most of the awful blackjack games are found in the party pits here, but many others are located throughout the main table game areas.

Blackjack at Paris

There are nine $10-$2,000 single deck blackjack tables which pay 6-5 on a natural. Players may double any two cards and the dealer hits all soft 17’s. There are four eight-deck shoes at Paris Las Vegas that pay 6-5 on a natural blackjack. Players may double any two cards, double down after splitting and surrender at these tables. The dealer hits a soft 17 here as well. There are eleven 3-2 eight-deck blackjack tables with the same rules.

There are two double-deck blackjack games. The bet range at these tables is $25-$3,000. Players may double on any two cards, but not after the split. The dealer hits a soft 17. Blackjack Switch with $15-$2,000 limits is also available.

The best blackjack game is located in the high limit salon. It spreads six decks instead of eight. Players may double on any two cards and after the split. Surrender is also available. The only downside being that the dealer stays on all 17’s. The minimum bet at these games is $100, while the max is $10,000. There is also $100 minimum baccarat in the high limit area.

Paris Asian Table Game Pit

Paris Las Vegas spreads a special Asian table games pit. There are three $25-$5,000 Pai Gow Tiles tables. This is one of the few casinos to find Pai Gow Tiles in Las Vegas. There are also seven $15-$5,000 Pai Gow Poker tables. You’ll also find several Baccarat games with minimums as low as $25 in this pit.

Asia Poker, a game unique to Paris Las Vegas, is also located in the Asian table games pit. This game is similar to Pai Gow Poker in many ways. It has three hands that players must set. Winning all of these hands is required to get paid. Like Pai Gow, most hands push at Asia Poker. The minimum bet is $25 at these tables.

Rapid Roulette at Paris

Paris Las Vegas is one of the few casinos on the Strip to spread Rapid Roulette. This game has a live dealer. Players make wagers on a screen as opposed to the felt. There are two zeros on the Rapid Roulette wheel. The minimum bet is just $2.50 here.

Other Paris Las Vegas Table Games

Paris Las Vegas spreads a nice variety and large quantity of table games aside from blackjack and Asian games. These games are listed below.

Double Zero Roulette: $5-$500 (8 tables)
Let it Ride: $5-$500 (1 table)
Three Card Poker: $5-$500 (8 tables)
Texas Hold’em Bonus: $5-$300 (2 tables)
Crazy4Poker: $10-$500 (2 tables)
Mississippi Stud: $5-$200 (2 tables)
Ultimate Texas Hold’em: $5-$200 (1 table)
High Card Flush: $5-$200 (1 table)
Big Wheel: $1-$100 (1 table)

Hotel at Paris Las Vegas

There are 2,916 rooms at Paris Las Vegas. The rooms start at a base king and move all the way up to massive suites perfect for any party. The resort fee is $22 per night, though this tends to change quite frequently. The fees include access to the fitness center and wireless internet for one device. This fee is waived to Total Rewards players of platinum tier or higher.

Luxury King/Two Queens – These rooms are 390 square feet. Guests may choose between one king and two queens. Rates start at $80 during the week and $122 on weekends.

Red Room Luxury – These unique rooms are designed with red in mind. Each has a view of the Las Vegas Strip. The rooms are 390 square feet and start at $125 during the week and $186 on weekends.

Premier – These rooms are also 390 square feet and are located towards the top of the tower. Each offers a Strip view. Rates start at $130 during the week and $192 on weekends. A Red Room version is $30 more per night.

PetStay – Pets under 50 pounds are welcome to stay in certain rooms at Paris Las Vegas. These rooms start at $155 during the week and $197 on weekends.

Deluxe Suites – These 750 square foot suites offer a separate seating area and oversized bathroom. Rates start at $440 during the week and $550 on weekends.

Other Suites – Guests looking to entertain a large number of guests may want to splurge on a top floor suite. These can run upwards of $1,000 per night. Choose between the Red Room Deluxe Suites, Marseille Suites and St. Tropez Suites.

Dining at Paris Las Vegas

The dining options at Paris Las Vegas keep the French theme. Even the basic options, like the café and buffet try their best to serve cuisine native to France.

The dining flagship of Paris Las Vegas is Gordon Ramsey Steak. The sports book spreads Burger Brasserie with a French influence. Other dining options include Sugar Factory Bar and Grill, Mon Ami Gabi, Martorano’s and the Eiffel Tower Restaurant, which is located in the replica tower.

Bars at Paris Las Vegas

The most popular bar at Paris is Napoleon’s Lounge, which features dueling pianos and a wide cigar selection. Le Cabaret is a garden themed lounge area that is also popular. Le Bar Du Sport is a sports lounge located near the sportsbook. There are several video poker bars throughout the casino.

Chateau is the nightclub at Paris Las Vegas. It is located on the rooftop and has a few of its own bars.

Paris Location & Features

Paris Las Vegas is located on Las Vegas Boulevard right between Planet Hollywood and Bally’s. It is immediately across the Strip from Bellagio and the infamous fountains. It does not have a Monorail stop, but Bally’s does, which is connected to Paris Las Vegas. This makes it easy to get to from the surrounding area.

Far and away the main attraction at Paris is the replica Eiffel Tower. It offers an amazing view of the Bellagio fountain show and an aerial view of the strip. There are also multiple spas and pools at Paris which make it popular amongst visitors looking for a relaxing getaway.

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