3655 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV | Directions 8910936.111697 -115.171206
don't use express check out – The hotel decor great. I've been to Paris and the shopping 'streets' and Eiffel Tower replica was amazing. Rooms were ready on time and clean/very nice. So our stay was fine in that regard. Two problems: first, DO NOT use the express check out. I did and am regretting it daily. It's been a week and I still have no bill in my email accounts - they even messed up my alternate email address somehow. I tried to call to straighten it out but the main hotel just turfed me off to their 702-946-7000 number and that is a perpetual hold. Aftter holding for 20 minutes, someone answered and hung up before a word could be uttered. So I called back tried again with similar bad luck. Called the actual hotel number again (877-796-2096) and they just went silent when I asked how to handle this. I've now been told I have to send an email request for my bill and a response from their accounting/billing division will take anywhere from 3-5 days. Well, I've been waiting a week already, so what's another week?
Second, don't expect good food service. The food in the restaurants were "okay" (we didn't get sick, so that's good), actual service by wait staff was slow (even during off-peak times) - the majority of the food service personnel were totally impersonal/rude (except for one female waitress at 6:30 am) - this poor service s not the part of French culture towards Americans they should be replicating in a luxury American casino. Oh yes, if you want 'real' european/french hot chocolate and not a machine instant brew - forgettaboutit. Go to Starbucks.
Food was fine. Everything else was awful. – The place was so loud I had to shout to be heard by my dinner companions. There was the woman in the sequined hot pants walking around taking pictures of everyone, but since all the tables face forward you got the full effect of every flash bulb right in your face. The dress code wasn't enforced. Nothing like paying $450 for dinner for three and having to look at some hairy guy in a tank top.
The wine prices were beyond obscene. Hundreds of bottles and only a few for less than $100, most over $200. The sommelier asked if I had any questions and I said yes, only one: Have you no shame?
I took my wife and my son there for our 25th wedding anniversary. I made reservations well in advance and told them what it was we were celebrating. We were given one of the worst tables in the place (it was rickety and wobbled) and there was no recognition from the staff.
The food was wonderful. It showed imagination and was artfully presented. The staff, however, didn't know how to serve it. We ordered wine by the glass, but the wines were delivered well after the food. We had our dishes a full ten minutes before the wine showed up, appetizers and entrees alike.
My wife and son ordered souffles for dessert, which had to be ordered in advance. I did not, so the staff just assumed I did not want dessert. The souffles were on the table by the time I finally got someone's attention and was given the dessert menu. My wife and son finished their souffles before my dessert arrived. In keeping with the theme the dessert wine arrived after my dessert did, but at least I got to enjoy some of it with my dessert. My son's dessert wine didn't arrive until after he had finished his souffle.
It's obvious management is trying to maximize profit potential at the expense of guest comfort. Tables are jammed in everywhere making it loud and uncomfortable. But why not? Most everyone there is a tourist and will never be back. I am a local, however, and I won't ever be back, either.
I am very partial to this place (wink wink) Come for the food and stay for the view. Thank you for a wonderful night out. My wife thanks you also.
Yet another bleh hotel. A very special bleh was their buffet. and Ah Sin restaurant. The only thing I liked were the chandeliers at check-in, that was pretty.
Re. the restaurants, got sick immediately after eating at the buffet, and Ah Sin, although had a very good view of the strip, including the Bellagio fountains at nighttime and fun parasol decor, had a completely confused menu.
When you're feeding a crew of over 20 people at both restaurants, you kinda want a little bit more, you know?
Bad Services – We went to vegas and got married at the paris. the wedding services were just amazing!!! i can not begin to tell you how much i love their wedding team. but here are some issues i had with other services.
1)i had my dress to be dry cleaned and pressed and they only pressed it and in the process popped some of the seems of my dress. could have been a bad tailoring job....i dont know, i'm not expert. when i brought this to their attention they very quickly responded and a report was made and money was refunded.
2)the facial i had was just awful! not worth the money i paid for it and not something i would have done their again. but again when it was brought to their attention they quickly refunded so money and offered me another facial, but unfortunately i could not take their offer as it was the day of the wedding.
3)the manicure was terrible! it was done very quickly and not worth the money i paid for it. my cuticles werent trimmed and the paint chipped quickly. the pedicure was nice. the makeup artist put gray on my eyes knowing that i was getting married! i mentioned to her what i wanted before hand, maybe she didn't understand, but why would anyone want gray eyes for their wedding? she changed it when i asked her too. and the hair services were nice too.
i left soon after, so i did not get a chance to mention my frustration with the salon.
so all around, not good services, but good at rectifying mistakes.
Mixed Feelings – Stayed at Paris Las Vegas from 8/1-8/3. I booked this hotel based on other reviews I read stating the location was great. This turned out to be true! Paris Las Vegas is pretty much in the middle of the strip and within walking distance of some of the other hotels you may want to check out for fun. While Paris Las Vegas has a great location, I did have a few issues with the hotel. After checking into our room and wanting to take a shower before dinner, I noticed black grit of some sort and hair on the shower floor. Yuck! I had no idea what the black grit was, but after walking by an ashtray later in the hotel it occured to me that it was possibly the "sand" of an ashtray. How and why it was in the shower is beyond me. After a call to the desk, it was cleaned up. The cold water handle on the sink leaked all over the bathroom counter when in use. I personally found the room stuffy and the bed and pillows uncomfortable. When my husband wanted to use the music feature in our room he called the desk to ask a question about the price. The employee on the phone was not very helpful and some what rude and had to ask another employee the answer. We also found a mixed enthusiam among the employees throughout the hotel. Some went above and beyond to please and others acted like they just didn't want to be there. The pool was a bit dirty and had floating debris. People left beer bottles and cups everywhere in the pool area. I think the hotel could benefit from having recycle bins for people to put bottles in when they are done with them. Even though I had minor issues, I would still recommend Paris Las Vegas. We did enjoy the feel of the restaurant/shop area as well as the food and it is nicely decorated. And as far as Vegas goes, we were happy with the room price. I would give Paris Las Vegas a B+
Fantastic food, outstanding service, so-so champagne – The food here was extraordinary! I love game foods, and found rabbit on the menu so ordered that. It was lovely! We noticed an older woman struggling to read the menu at a table next to us and the waiter came to her with a tray of 5 different sets of reading glasses!! Can you believe that?! One drawback: I love champagne and they only offer three by the glass: One at $12, one at $21, and one at $29. I ordered the $12 glass from Arizona which was awful so I sent it back, then ordered the $29 glass from France which was a little better, but still not clean and light and dry, as I prefer. This place still gets 4 stars from me -- it's great.
Wondeful dining exp., great food and awesom view!!! – I was there with my husband and our friend for lunch on our last day in Vegas! As we came out of the elevator, I was amazed by the view, it was incredible! As we sat down and got our drinks, we sampled cheese puffs and parmesean flan from the chef which was divine. I wound up ordering a checkerboard finger sandwiches, my husband got parmesean crusted chix pallaird with a lobster bisque and our friend ordered an oceanside seafood salad. All of our entrees were delicious!!! They had generous portions and my dish was creative, tasty and simply amazing! It's a bit pricey, but for the succulent food, glorious view and the senusal ambiance, it was definately worth it. I can't wait to go back!!!
Great Views and good service. Menu has nice selection and food is good. – We love going to this place for the views and the relaxed settings. The staff is very helpful. The wine selection is acceptable and they offer a prix fixe menu with wine pairing. Make sure to plan enough time, you will feel very relaxed when dining here.
Pricey, but a great dining experience – I ate at the Eiffel Tower Restaurant (ETR) at on 12/26/07, after arriving in town that same day. I did not think I would need a reservation, as I came to Las Vegas on 12/26/06, staying for 3 nights and never needing a dinner reservation as all of the restaurants I saw were half empty. For some reason this year, Vegas was very crowded immediately after Christmas, so I called ahead for a reservation and was told the earliest they could accomodate me was 9 p.m. They also required a credit card number to hold the reservation, which was a new practice to me, even though I have dined at many high end restaurants in Vegas over the years. Before leaving for Las Vegas, I had perused the online menu at ETR and was leaning toward Beef Wellington as my entree. After being seated, however, our waiter (who has been with ETR since its 1999 opening) suggested the chef's tasting menu. He promised that we would not leave hungry, citing other chef's tasting menus around town that left the customer both hungry and lighter in the wallet. I was initially put off by the $98 per person price, but realized I would probably spend that much for the wellington ($54) and its accompanying a la carte starters and sides. My guests and I all elected for the 7 course tasting menu, which consisted of food portions that got bigger with each course. Remembering the details of each course is difficult, but they included a sampler of seafood, a celery soup, a salad, a filet of sturgeon, venison loins, and a chocolate souffle for dessert. When we got done, were so full that we could barely walk out of the restaurant. On a different note, I read in a previous review how expensive the alcohol was, so none of us ordered any. My only dislike was the incessant amount of flash photography (everyone wants their group pictures taken there) in such a dark setting. But on a culinary level, the food was excellent, gave a great sampling of the tastes of the restaurant, and well worth the $98 per person.
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