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Paris eifel tower

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by Chrisnewton, Jul 17, 2013.

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  1. Chrisnewton

    Chrisnewton Low-Roller

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    Hi all

    Is it there any bars where you can just get a drink at the top of the eifel tower in Vegas?

    And if so does it cost to get up there?

    Thanks

    Chris
     
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    There is at the Eiffel Tower Restaurant. It's free if you just tell them you're going up to the bar.

    Regardless if it's not at the top of the tower, it's still a great view and you can watch the Bellagio fountains from the bar as well.
     
  3. Joe

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    What are drink prices like? I assume no bartop VP?
     
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    There is nothing at the top of the Eiffel Tower in Vegas except for an observation deck. There is a restaurant that is a few stories above street level in the Eiffel Tower called The Eiffel Tower Restaurant and yes, there is a bar there in the restaurant. It is a beautiful restaurant with spectacular views of the Strip and the Bellagio fountains. There is no cost to get to the restaurant, only if you decide to go up to the observation deck.
     
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    This is correct. The other poster was referring to the Stratosphere .
     
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    As I recall, it's just a restaurant, so no bartop VP.

    Don't remember drink prices, but I thought their food prices were inflated.
     
  7. Chrisnewton

    Chrisnewton Low-Roller

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    Thanks all so what your saying is we can get to the restaurant for free and just get a few drinks and no food?
     
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    I don't see why not - you can call them and ask before you go, just to confirm.
     
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    it is a restaurant so food is available. I am not sure about the cost or what's on the menu. just remember that it isn't on the top of the eiffel tower.
     
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    exactly - bar/lounge is open from 11:30am to midnight - don't need to eat lunch/dinner to enjoy
     
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    It is in the Eiffel Tower. So, to get to the Restaurant and the Eiffel Tower Experience, you use the same elevator. They have a restaurant host/ess located just outside the elevator.

    There's no bar top VP. It's an upscale French restaurant. The food is good, not Alize great though. The view is great, the atmosphere is great, and the service is great. Definitely a nice place to take someone special and have a drink after a long day. Get an appetizer.

    I would also recommend going to Mix at the top of THEhotel if you're interested in bars with a great view. The Mix Lounge has one of the best views when the sun goes down and they have an outdoor patio you can sit at while enjoying the sunset.
     
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    do keep in mind that it's considered a fine dining establishment by CET. it's possible that things have loosened up of late, but a few years ago, we wanted to stop by one afternoon to show some friends the view. I was wearing nice jeans, but with sandals, so the doorman outside the elevator handed me a pair of socks to put on before we could go up. I believe that business attire is still expected during dinnertime.
     
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    I don't read every thread but this is the first time that I have noticed an employee publicly commenting on a thread, Trip Advisor-style. It is a nice thing to see here, in my view. Was thinking of going to a different upscale restaurant at Paris LV during our visit there next week, but maybe a return trip to Eiffel Tower restaurant is in order!
     
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    The view is above average. Get there just at sundown for the best views of the fountain. The bar is situated away from the windows, but you can see out.

    If the place is not packed, maybe you can get a bottle of wine and get a table and just drink and lookout.

    I think he has posted his cell phone number and email on here somewhere.

    The food is french.

    The drink prices are the usual Vegas drink prices for a high end restaurant.

    if you want some great views,

    Foundation Room at the Mandalay Bay is a great view UP the strip, the north view.

    The next four are of views of the entire strip from the west side looking UP and DOWN the strip.

    Voodoo Lounge at Rio.

    Ghost Bar at Palms. Go outside a SPECTACULAR view.

    Nove Italiano Restaurant at Palms.

    My favorite restaurant in all of Las Vegas, Alize Restaurant at Palms. I can stay at Alize for two hours just staring out the window and drinking. BTW, Alize is ABOVE the Ghost Bar.
     
  16. Chrisnewton

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    Thank you all i will defiantly be popping into the bar !
     
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