What could be more beautiful and romantic than to experience the “City of Lights” in “Sin City”? Las Vegas, Nevada one of the most dreamy and fun destinations in America.
The last time when we went to Las Vegas, romance is not what we were there for. That was until I experienced the Parisian vibe at Paris Hotel & Casino. My husband had a business conference to attend, so my son and I decided to go with him. I was intimidated at first about traveling with a toddler to Sin City, but our stay was something to be treasured. (Check out my last post for things to do in Las Vegas with a toddler here).
All Las Vegas Hotels have their own glitz. However, Paris Hotel has the charm that will swoon you from architectural replicas and french dining, to their deck pool.
Here is a glimpse of our stay at Paris on the Las Vegas Strip!
Located at the heart of the Las Vegas Strip, Paris Hotel is breathtakingly impressive. They have replica of Eiffel tower that is half of the size of the real Eiffel tower in Paris, France. I was impressed with almost everything, even with their entry doors that have personalized hotel logos on them. The whole building has the glitz and glamour of gold that makes you feel royal. The main floor is really modeled to a Parisian street and they have signage that is very vintage. Every décor is very much like downtown Paris. From the vintage windows, cobblestone-like floors to names and signs of the shops, a stay at this hotel makes your visit feel like a quick trip to Paris, France.
Though the hotel has the Parisian feel, there are other cuisines there and they even Asian options as well. There are 3 different Asian Cuisine restaurants that are located on the main floor of the Paris Hotel. We dined one night at Yong Kang which specializes in noodles and dim sum. It is one of the only restaurants in Vegas to have traditional dim sum cart service. If you have a kid, I suggest eating in the patio area. There are many people walking by and can keep him distracted.
Our stay at Paris Las Vegas was easy and comfortable. The receptionists were helpful. We had a basic room booked, but she upgraded us to a suite over looking to the High Roller Ferris wheel which was fantastic.
The room was very spacious with the view looking toward the LINQ hotel and Caesar’s Palace. We were on the 28th floor and it was a little bit scary to look down from the room though the floor to ceiling windows. The color theme was very stimulating with red, gold and earth colors. It reminds me of Versailles, the series that my husband and I were so hooked on. The room ambiance gives you the feel of courage and fearlessness. Probably because they want their guests to have the excitement of the City of Lights. I’ve known that rooms with room numbers that ends with a “P” has more space than usual rooms. The rooms come with a coffee maker, refrigerator (which I’m so glad for my son’s milk storage), and a safe.
Half of the room is the mini living area with a TV. The TV stands have drawers which is additional storage for your clothing and all. Across the living area is a king-size bed, 2-night stands and a desk. The desk was perfect for my husband.
The bathroom was updated and enormous. It had double sink with a Jacuzzi tub. The shower room had frame-less shower doors which I love because it doesn’t have those eyesore additions and it gives the shower a clean and fresh look. Just be careful when taking a shower because tile floors could get slippery specially with an active child. It had a lot of condiments and their toilet room even had a bidet.
Soleil Las Vegas Pool
Placed on the 3rd floor of Paris Hotel is the 2-acre deck pool. The view is marvelous in the shadow of Eiffel Tower. You can also see the Paris Balloon and the Bellagio hotel. The pool is huge to accommodate plenty of chairs for sunbathing. The atmosphere creates a Parisian-inspired garden by the pool that is so inviting to chill at all day long. They have cocktail services and rental amenities. The pool also has life guard on duty throughout the day. It is open daily from 10 AM to 7PM depending on the weather.
We had a great experience at the Paris Hotel. One thing we missed out on though was dinning at Eiffel Tower Restaurant and at Gordon Ramsey Steak House. But we did get to visit Bobby Flay’s Mesa Grill across the street at Caesars and it was amazing.