The $785 million Paris Las Vegas is designed to bring the spirit, excitement and savoir faire of the City of Paris to Las Vegas.  Situated on the Las Vegas Strip, the 24-acre property features 2,916 guestrooms, an 85,000-square-foot casino and authentic replicas of French landmarks, including a 50-story replica of the Eiffel Tower.  The Parisian-themed resort is owned and operated by Harrah’s Entertainment, Inc. 

September 1, 1999


LOCATION                           Paris Las Vegas is centrally located on the world-famous Las Vegas Strip adjacent to Bally’s on Flamingo Road, within walking distance of the Flamingo Las Vegas, Caesars Palace, Aladdin and Bellagio resorts.

Paris Las Vegas brings the Parisian experience to life.  Guests are invited to stroll down the cobblestone sidewalks of the shopping district, enjoy the 85,000-square-foot casino, dine in one of the resort’s 10 distinctive restaurants, rejuvenate in the European health spa, relax by the two-acre, rooftop swimming pool and enjoy the aromas of freshly baking bread and European coffees.

Paris Las Vegas features authentic replicas of famous French landmarks, including the Arc de Triomphe and the Hôtel de Ville, as well as fa
çades of the Paris Opera House and The Louvre.  The resort’s signature replica is a 50-story half-scale Eiffel Tower, where visitors can dine in a gourmet restaurant 100 feet above the Strip, or travel (via glass elevator) to an observation deck at the top for a panoramic view of the Las Vegas Valley.


From the French décor to the gaming, entertainment, famous landmark replicas, fine service and dining, Paris Las Vegas captures the essence of the great city of Paris. 

HOTEL DESIGN                 
Modeled after the famous Hôtel de Ville, Paris Las Vegas’ hotel tower soars 34 stories and offers 2,916 guestrooms including 295 suites.

The Broadway smash hit the Mel Brooks musical comedy The Producers is now at Paris Las Vegas and the only permanent production in the United States! Brad Oscar, an original Broadway cast member plays Max Bialystock and Leigh Zimmerman reprises her role as "Ulla" the Swedish blond bombshell. The most honored show in Broadway history opened to sold-out audiences in Las Vegas on February 9th featuring David Hasselhoff as the flamboyant director Roger Debris, Hasselhoff's last performance is Sunday, May 6th.Tickets can be purchased by calling the Paris Las Vegas Box Office at 877-374-7469 or online at parislasvegas.com.  Group tickets can be purchased for groups of 15 or more.
Anthony Cools, “The Uncensored Hypnotist,” stars in the Anthony Cools Experience.  Cools brings volunteers on stage, hypnotizes them and involves them in a series of hilarious skits.  The show runs nightly Thursday-Tuesday (dark Wednesdays) at 9pm.  Tickets can be purchased by calling the Paris Las Vegas Box Office at 877-374-7469 or online at parislasvegas.com.  Group tickets can be purchased for groups of 15 or more.
Risqué ultra lounge and nightclub offers a sophisticated atmosphere overlooking the Las Vegas Le Cabaret Show Lounge.  Napoleon’s showcases jazz and popular music bands nightly.


The elegantly appointed guestrooms feature custom-designed furnishings, crown molding and rich French fabrics.  In each room, a stately armoire serves as the closet, enhancing the European ambiance.  Spacious marble bathrooms offer separate bathtub and shower with authentic European fixtures, linen hand towels, a large vanity with shelves and a make-up mirror. 

Located on the 31st floor, Le Rendez-Vous serves continental breakfast, beverages and hors d’oeuvres daily.

Surrounded by street scenes of Paris, the 85,000-square-foot casino features a 40-foot ceiling painted to emulate the Parisian sky, radial cobblestone pathways, ornate street signs, and a replica of Le Pont Alexandre III.  This picturesque bridge overlooks the casino and shops and serves as the queue to the Eiffel Tower elevators.  The casino offers:

        100 table games

        Race and sports book

        2,200+ slot machines

        High-limit slots and table game area




LANDMARKS                      The Eiffel Tower

                                                Paris Las Vegas’ signature landmark is its 50-story Eiffel Tower replica.  To ensure authenticity, designers obtained Gustav Eiffel’s original drawings, used the same paint color, and designed the lighting system to the exact specifications of the original tower in Paris. 


                                                Three of the tower legs rise from inside the casino, meeting the fourth leg, and rising high above the Las Vegas Strip.  The 11th-floor restaurant features fine French cuisine and a breathtaking view of the Strip.  Visitors can ride one of the tower’s glass elevators to the observation deck for a spectacular view of the Las Vegas Valley.


                                                The Arc de Triomphe

                                                Paris Las Vegas’ Arc de Triomphe is a two-thirds replica of the original, which opened in 1805 as a monument to the soldiers who fought in the Battle of Austerlitz.  As on the original, the names and dates of Napoleon’s victories are inscribed on the replica.  Today the original monument serves as the starting point for victory celebrations and parades; at the Paris Las Vegas replica, Bastille Day (July 14th) is celebrated each year.


                                                The Louvre

                                                The Louvre façade houses the Mon Ami Gabi café on the Las Vegas Strip.  Opened in 1793, the original structure in Paris is now the richest museum in the world, housing the “Mona Lisa” and “Venus de Milo.”  The five statues atop the original (and the replica) depict famous French historical figures.


                                                The Paris Opera House

                                                The Paris Opera House façade, facing the casino, is designed in the Napoleon III Style.  The original Paris Opera House was built in 1875 and has a stage large enough to hold a cast of 450 performing artists.


                                                The Hôtel de Ville

                                                A replica of the famous Hôtel de Ville, the resort’s 34-story hotel tower has 2,916 rooms, including 295 suites.  The original Hôtel de Ville is 800 years old and serves today as Paris’ City Hall.