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How are the Paris Red rooms?

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by mrem3200, Jun 7, 2014.

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  1. mrem3200

    mrem3200 High-Roller

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    I have stayed in the old blue rooms a few times, this time we are staying in a Red Room Luxury. How are these different/better than the other rooms? Also, my room is comped for 3 nights (Fri-Sun), is there any real chance of an upgrade?

    Thanks for any input.
     
  2. Tinker

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    We stayed in a Paris Red Room at the end of May. Flat screen TV, fridge, same bathroom layout as the blue rooms but with a small coffee maker. The room was just fine, but we're not very picky. The bed was comfortable, lots of pillows, we had a partial fountain view, so that was nice. We did not try for an upgrade, so I can't answer that part.
     
  3. aashleyjc

    aashleyjc Low-Roller

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    I have only stayed at Paris once, and it was in a Red Room, so I can't compare to the blue rooms.

    It was nice, but nothing spectacular in my opinion. Just a clean, well kept, decently sized room on a high floor. We usually stay at Mlife properties like Aria, MGM, etc., so compared to rooms at those properties, it was a little of a let down.
     
  4. sybgal

    sybgal VIP Whale

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    We enjoy the Red Rooms @ Paris. Great bathrooms with separate glass shower. Pillow top mattresses are comfy and think the thread count on the linens are an upgrade from the old blue rooms. We usually get a great view of the pool, Eiffel Tower and fountains. (last time had a full straight-on view of the fountains & could even hear the music). Upgrade? If you are a Diamond TR cardholder, possibly if you check in in the Diamond area. We have been given a small suite a couple of times and once received one of the large suites with his & hers baths which was a real treat. Good luck!
     
  5. CalifLovesVegas

    CalifLovesVegas Low-Roller

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    Agree with sybgal. Totally depends on inventory, and card level. If there is a big tourney with lots of 7* in town, then probably No.
     
  6. 3T3T3

    3T3T3 Tourist

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    nice room enjoyed it but this was 4 years ago
     
  7. jgates8

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    Just stayed in one again in April. Great as always
     
  8. AnAmericanTexanInVegas

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    I've only stayed at Paris once, in a Red Room, so I can't compare to the blue rooms either, but all I can really say about the room is "fine". Not fabulous, not at all bad, just fine.
    Clean, nice bedding, flat screen, yada yada. I did not like the shower, but that might be just me. And I thought the room was a bit small.
    Based on my experiences, I prefer Ballys' North tower rooms (pre-Jubilee remodel, I haven't stayed since).
     
  9. flyguyfl

    flyguyfl Low-Roller

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    Ditto. Comped room with view of Ellis Island.
     
  10. heatherlovesvegas

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    I stayed in December, it was good, clean enough.. nothing special. It's hard to explain, but all the Caesars properties are just a little less nice, they aren't good with maintenance. What you would get at say MGM or Mandalay would be nicer than this, even though they are comparable properties... It's basically a blue room with new bedding and furniture (5 years ago) haha. It's not like they gutted the room. Best part was the fountain view! Amazing.

    I had a blue room (comp) booked and they sent me an offer to upgrade for $15 a night so I took it.
     
  11. deanandmaria

    deanandmaria Tourist

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    We stay at Paris 3-5 times a year. No matter the floor, if water pressure is important to you, request a room closer to the elevator. The farther down the hall you are, the water pressure will go from "pressure blaster" to "slow dribble". Even the hot water at the end of the halls can take 5 minutes to get up to temperature.
     
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