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Paris or Planet Hollywood

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels' started by Jiffer21225, Apr 28, 2019.

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  1. Jiffer21225

    Jiffer21225 Tourist

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    have stayed at many hotels on the strip but I haven't stayed at Paris before. I have a choice of 5 comp nights at the Paris or Planet Hollywood. I have stayed at Planet Hollywood many times and I'm thinking about switching it up and staying at the Paris. Which hotel has nicer rooms?

    I thought I read that Paris hotel rooms can be loud. I also read the Paris has some construction going on. Do you guys have any idea how long that will be going on? I am a light sleeper and want quiet room. I will have a car rental for my stay. I know the parking at Miracle Mile shops is free but a little bit of a walk to the rooms. How is the parking at Paris?
     
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    I forgot to mention that my husband and I will he going end of Oct beginning of Nov so a pool isn't big deal for us.
     
  3. Maxbet

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    It's a bit of a jaunt from the parking garage, (shared with Ballys) to check in at Paris. I always valet. I believe all the rooms at PH have been refurbished and Paris is just about done with all of their rooms. If you have a strip view room, the noise from Club Chateau can be a bit much for some. I have always been on floors 25 and above. I could hear the club noise with each of my stays, but it's not enough to bother me, but does bother others quite a bit. I would go with a Burgundy room and ask for mountain view. I thought my friends room at PH was quite nice also in comparison.

    Enjoy your trip!
     
  4. Sonya

    Sonya Queen of VMB

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    The rooms facing the Eiffel Tower can be noisy when the club is open, which I think is Wed-Sat. If you ask for a quiet room, they will try to give you one, unless they are super swamped.

    I much prefer the rooms at Paris to PHo. The parking is way at the back, by where you walk into Bally's, so the front desk is a bit of a hike with luggage, but it's manageable. Because the parking at P Ho is free, and part of Miracle Mile, it can be hard to find a spot. And I think it's a further walk through the mall to the front desk.
     
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  5. K-9treatbaker

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    Our Paris burgundy room was really nice. And we were just there April 13-19th. Our room was 2964 strip view, and we had no noise at all from Chateau or Drai's. And I'm a light sleeper.

    Our bed was very comfortable, pillows were comfy as well, course I always sleep with 2 pillows.

    The bathroom was large, roomy , well lit, and had a nice mirror attached to the wall, to put make up on, etc. I fell in love with the shower. Rain head and hand held shower wand, great water pressure and super huge shower with a bench, if needed.

    No coffee maker in room or no daily bottled water either, but not a big deal for my husband and I. The room did come equipped with a mini fridge( NOT a mini bar), and that was a nice perk.

    Never a wait for an elevator, and we heard absolutely no noise at all from other rooms or hallways.

    Housekeeping did a wonderful job of cleaning our room and it was always done by 12 noon. Nice to come back to the room, have it all spiffed up, and then take a nap. LOL

    Definitely would stay there again. We also were comped for 5 nights.

    Before I forget, construction is finished, unless they have started another project.
     
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  6. tex55

    tex55 High-Roller

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    I have been staying at Planet Hollywood a lot, and stayed at Paris on one of my trips last year. I really did enjoy it, a very nice upgraded room. There are many dining options if you include the mall-type area between Paris and Ballys. The dealers seemed friendlier than they had been in the past.
     
  7. Gaggles

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    If you are comped the standard room at both and pool isn't an option, I think I'd take Paris over PH. I like all the noise and fun that is PH and I will often stay there during non pool season but it sounds like you may like your scene just a bit more sedate.
     
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    tsou89 Low-Roller

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    I’ve stayed at both the last 2 years. Paris is my #2 choice of CET properties behind CP. I love the laid back vibe at Paris. It’s just suits my personality better. I enjoyed both, had good rooms with no noise issues at either one and would stay at either again. Slight edge to Paris for me. Enjoy your vegas vacation!
     
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    I’d vote Paris. It just feels so lovely there. I like the vibe much better than PH.
     
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    Prefer the Paris rooms but prefer the PH casino. The nice thing is, CET is linked on play! :)

    On casino, I play slots, and Paris, just seems more elbow to elbow that PH. On rooms, PH is too stark/modern for my taste.
     
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    How would you guys compare the pools at Paris / PH? I may go for one of these 2 myself to break up a future trip.
     
  12. D in the D

    D in the D Oldest ride, Longest Line

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    Count me as another that prefers the vibe at Paris over PHo. I play a lot of VP and I enjoy Gustavs and the area surrounding it for that. I do like the Heart Bar at PHo for VP though. I also play Pai gow and I like the set up (games, location, etc) at Paris. Never played Pai gow at PHo so I cant comment on there.

    Certain rooms at Paris can be loud, I will give you that.
     
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    I am taking notes, as I havent set foot in Paris since my very first trip to Vegas back in 2004. I have a trip in November that I havent yet decided on a hotel and may consider staying there if I get a comp.
     
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    We spent six nights at Paris last week. We had a P room on the 17th floor directly facing the Bellagio fountains. The nightclub was active for our last three nights. Neither my wife or I had any more trouble sleeping on those nights than we did on the first three nights when the club was closed. I have used earplugs in casino hotels for years mostly due to hallway noise but she sleeps without using any. One night the club was scheduled to be open but we had rainstorms and I think that they may have not opened the club. The other two nights that the club was definitely open didn't seem much louder.

    I only spent about two hours at PH on this trip doing some random gambling. I prefer Paris for their rooms and ambiance. I spend a LOT of time at Gustav's and have a good time there. Both properties have good food options, especially if you include the Miracle Mile restaurants for PH.
     
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    Glad you all like Paris. Was looking at CP or Planet Hollywood but host suggested I try Paris. Normally stay at Ballys but after my November trip was looking for a change. He booked a burgundy room. I typically play until 3 or 4 am so Im thinking club should be winding down by then
     
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