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Paris - Burgundy Eiffel Tower View rooms - club noise? Paris vs PH?

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels' started by ACSCLE, Nov 13, 2019.

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  1. ACSCLE

    ACSCLE Low-Roller

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    Hi everyone. Working on booking a trip for next year and I had booked a room at Planet Hollywood about a month ago. Now those nights are comped at Paris for a Burgundy Room Eiffel Tower view and I'm thinking of switching but am concerned about the club noise from Chateau (and I suppose other surrounding clubs) since I saw someone mention that it can be bad. Are pretty much all Eiffel view rooms going to have to deal with the noise?

    The reservation would be from a Sunday through Thursday and Chateau is open Wednesday and Thursday. Would I be able to stay in the Eiffel view room Sunday-Tuesday and switch to a quieter room Wednesday?

    I'm also not sure if I want to even switch from Planet Hollywood to Paris so if anyone has advice on that I would appreciate it. Never stayed at either one before. The PH room is a Ultra Hip Room.
     
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    They will definitely accommodate you if you want to switch hotel rooms within your booked hotel during your stay. We're experts at that.

    P. S. We demand quiet rooms.
     
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    We stay at Paris an awful lot in rooms with the Eiffel Tower views facing the strip. You will hear the music from Chateau Nightclub and if you're a light sleeper it will most likely bother you. We always stay out past 4 a.m. so it's never been an issue for us. We've also stayed at PH and enjoyed that property as well. Their rooms have recently been remodeled and are actually nicer than the Paris Burgundy Rooms. If you're going during pool season, the pool at Planet Hollywood sucks.
     
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  4. ACSCLE

    ACSCLE Low-Roller

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    Thank you! Not a pool person so that wont make a difference either way for me
     
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    I stayed quite a few times, never bothered me. Well, I don't really sleep in Vegas, at least not during the night.
    If your room is high enough, not a big problem.
     
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  6. mhetrick

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    I like both PH and Paris, but Paris rooms to me are nicer. I think the Paris casino isn't great, but with Bally's and PH right next door it's easy to go somewhere else.

    As far as noise, if it is too loud you can always ask to be moved to another room. They may not be able to accommodate right then, but would the next day. I also always try to stay as high up as possible.
     
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    We normally have a tower view room and do notice the nightclub noise on every floor we’ve stayed on. I usually set the sleep timer on the tv for an hour and fall asleep before the tv shuts off. I haven’t ever had the noise wake me once I’ve fallen asleep.
     
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    I haven't stayed at Paris (yet), but whenever I've gotten a noisy room at other properties, I just sleep with my noise-cancelling earphone on. I was also considering staying at Paris on my next trip, but I just assumed that the lower levels would be the worse when it came to noise.
     
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    Last stay at Paris was on the 29th floor facing the Eiffel and the club booming was the worst I've had there. Never noticed it as much on mid-range floors at Paris.
    Unless you are there during some big event you should be able to switch rooms if needed. The "view" rooms are the ones with more demand. I think the PH rooms are just as nice, you just don't get floor to ceiling windows.
     
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    Yeah you'll definitely hear the club noise. I usually don't go to sleep until 6am so irrelevant to me, though. I've stayed at every CET property by now and Paris and Caesars are the only two I stay at now. A nice pool is important to me so that's part of it.
     
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    We could hear the club noise but a set of ear plugs took care of it. I always bring ear plugs to Vegas. The club noise from Chateau at Paris was NOTHING compared to the club noise at Drais that we could hear from Flamingo. Not even ear plugs could drowned it out.
     
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    I have a friend that shared the same bad experience, and he is the reason I opted for PH over Paris earlier this year.
     
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    Even at a high floor (29th) the music from the nightclub is quite loud. However, if you get an end hallway burgundy room in the wing nearest bally's the views from both sets of windows are unbeatable!
     
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    Agreed. And there are other view rooms that don't have the same noise from the club. Tell the check in desk about your concerns and they should try to accommodate you.
     
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    The other factor is dependent on what/who is playing at the club also. I've had it pound through earplugs and other times where I fell asleep before it started and it never even woke me up (without earplugs). I have started turning the TV on low (white noise) just in case. I remember when Bill's had music channels on the TV - that was nice. I actually end up woken up more often from sirens (especially if at Ballys or Flamingo facing Flamingo Rd.) - they start and stop abruptly of course and jolt me awake.
     
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    It's mid Nov so the Clubs should be close to shutting down for the winter?
     
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    The trip isn't until next year. Do you know when they open during the new year?
     
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    It may be listed on their websites, can't remember where I saw it.
     
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    I don't know that they close for the "season". Here is the calendar on their website: https://www.chateaunights.com/calendar/
     
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    Thank you so much! Everyone here is so helpful, I really appreciate it.
     
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