Price & Hours
- Casinos, Entertainment and Nightlife, Sightseeing Type
- 2 hours to Half Day Time to Spend
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Though it may not be quite as timeless as the actual City of Lights, Sin City's (rather kitschy) take on Paris is one of the Strip's most popular occupants. The property offers a whirlwind tour of the French capital's most iconic sights: You'll find a replica of the Arc de Triomphe, decor reminiscent of the Paris Opera and the Louvre, and the pièce de résistance – a 46 story, half-size replica of the Eiffel Tower. For $16 or $22 (depending on whether you visit during the day or at night), you can take in the 360-degree views from the tower's observation deck.
As far as the casino goes, you'll find slots, table games, horse racing and Keno – with which travelers were more than satisfied. However, some recent visitors mentioned that Paris, Las Vegas isn't the best hotel for families. Still, Paris, Las Vegas boasts several French-themed restaurants and bars, plus a variety of shows, not to mention a variety of shops and the swanky Chateau rooftop nightclub.
If you're in the mood for something more interactive, you can listen (and sing along) to Napoleon's Dueling Pianos for free. You also won't have to pay to walk around the complex (which can be found opposite the Bellagio along the Strip), but certain in-house attractions and activities will cost you. You can learn more about how to spend your time at Paris, Las Vegas website; or, if you're interested in using Paris as your Sin City home base, you can learn about the hotel here.
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