Paris, Las Vegas Casino
- Type: Casinos, Entertainment and Nightlife, Sightseeing
- Time to Spend: 2 hours to Half Day
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If you want culture, timeless architecture and great dining, you go to Paris, France. If you want kitsch, gambling and great dining you go to Paris, Las Vegas, one of the city's most popular and bizarre hotel casinos. At the center of the property is a half-scale replica of the Eiffel Tower, a two-thirds replica of the Arc de Triomphe, and a hotel that recalls the architecture of both the Paris Opera House and the Louvre. Go here if you want to experience what Frommer's calls the "silly fantasy" of Las Vegas: "You'll find signage employing the kind of dubious use of the French language that makes genuine Frenchmen really cross ("le car rental" and so forth) … Don't worry, it's not quite enough to make you sick to 'le stomach'."
The Paris theme checks out at the hotel rooms, which are less decorous than the hotel's surroundings. One traveler on TripAdvisor says, "I would recommend this hotel but there was nothing spectacular to draw us back." Many travelers laud the hotel's location in the center of the strip, saying it was one of the hotel's strongest draws.
In addition to slots, table games, horse racing and Keno, the Paris, Las Vegas Casino also has a few shops, bars and live performances. Visit the casino's website to plan your itinerary.