Paris Las Vegas
Colorful replicas of the Montgolfier Balloon, the Eiffel Tower (a half scale reproduction, since the intended full height version would have been hazardous to aircraft), the Arc de Triomphe and the Fontaine de Mers from the Place de la Concorde make Paris one of the most distinctive hotel/casinos on the Las Vegas Strip. Behind all these roadside attractions are the expected acres of gaming, dining, shopping and meeting space, above which rises a 34 storey, X-shaped accommodation tower containing nearly 3,000 rooms. Paris is a larger and more luxurious sister hotel to the adjacent Bally's
just to the north; the two are linked by an interior promenade, and share a stop of the Las Vegas Monorail, at the rear of the properties.
Paris offers a good combination of luxury and facilities without the expensive rates of some of the top end resorts. Like most casinos, the five staples of slot machines, table games, keno, poker and a sports book are available, supported by 11 restaurants and a selection of bars, lounges & nightclubs. Fitness, health and beauty services are available at the relaxing Spa by Mandara
; other leisure facilities include a two acre rooftop pool, the Eiffel Tower (which offers elevator rides 460 feet up to an observation deck at the top), and golf - at the nearby Cascata and Rio Secco courses. The two regular live shows are hypnotist Anthony Cools
and the Jersey Boys
musical, new for 2012 after relocating from The Palazzo