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Can anyone tell me about the Sports Book at Paris?

Discussion in 'The Sports Book' started by EastCoastVegasFan!, Mar 24, 2015.

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  1. EastCoastVegasFan!

    EastCoastVegasFan! High-Roller

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    I will be there over Christmas with my father, I've seen photos, but for some reason I've never been there. This is odd, considering I've been to almost every other sportsbook on the strip. Thanks in advance for any feedback you may have.
     
  2. mike mc

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    It's hard to find, it in the back corner across from the Anthony Cools theater, its small and behind a VP Bar, Had to Walk down a small alley way if I remember right.
     
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    Yes, it is hidden behind "Le bar du Sport"--and the signs at Paris are not particularly eye-catching. I think I usually head toward the base of the Eiffel Tower and find it that way. Here's a link to a picture--you can see the book behind the bar.

    http://www.totalrewards.com/content/dam/plv/Nightlife/Le%20Bar%20Du%20Sport/Paris-Las%20Vegas-Nightlife-Le-Bar%20Du%20Sport-2.jpg

    It's small and not usually crowded, in my experience. Not the strip's most happening sports book or anything, but I've had friendly service and is the kind of place I might hang out with my dad at.
     
  4. EastCoastVegasFan!

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    Thanks! It really is buried in the back, no wonder I have not seen it!
     
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    Just came back from March madness trip, Run do not walk from the Paris sports book. I used Ballys for most of my bets but while we were there at paris having breakfeast i stop at paris book to put a parley in for the day. I ask the writer for the number of a team playing on sunday as i was combining late sat and sun games in a parley. Her reply was "we willnot have them up until all of Saturdays games are complete as Saturday winners play on Sunday". The writer was very nice and said she did not know very much about the ncaa trny. So that was ok but who said the games will be out on Sunday and her reply was " my supervisor". So now the suits are huddled up after about 10 mins supervisor stops by and says I am sorry We should of had that done already. i will put out some sheets with the info. So the writer printed out All current college Bball games in the syatem. Then another 5 mins to find all the teams i needed as the list was hard to read and in no order. The list included Sat and Sundays games NCAA, NIT and CIT games. Did not have any problems with bets put in at Ballys or other books.

    Enjoy your trip and good luck
     
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    The only book I would suggest less than Paris is Harrah's. The layout just isn't that good for watching games.

    I think PH, Linq, Ballys are better.
     
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