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Staying at Paris?

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels' started by chooky, Jul 19, 2017.

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  1. chooky

    chooky Tourist

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    Is Paris an ok hotel to stay in? Haven't been to Vegas in 15 years. I hope at least it's clean since that's where we will be staying!!!
     
  2. ffejry

    ffejry #1 Bears Fan

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    Absolutely!! You can not go wrong with Paris at all, even in the lower tier of rooms. Paris is a wonderful place to stay at and I do not have a single complaint about it!! Wonderful location. If pools are your thing, then you should have a nice, quiet time unless you want a party pool (which it isn't).

    Have fun!!!
     
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  3. Sonya

    Sonya Queen of VMB

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    I loved my stay there in the fall. Get a Burgundy Room upgrade at checkin if you can.

    I have to say that the casino was hot/cold with me on my stay. But, when it went cold, it was a quick walk over to Bally's.
     
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    vegasqc VIP Whale

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    Stayed there in december had a great time, good vibe in the casino, room/hallways were clean, nice lobby, great location, food options were decent, only thing lacking was entertainment but they now have 2 new shows
     
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    hattrick225 Low-Roller

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    Staying there for the 1st time in Sept. Looking forward to it. I've always had a great time in the casino. The location between Bally's & PH is great! Plus across the street from Cosmo and Aria

    Enjoy!
     
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    Maxbet Low-Roller

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    Paris has been my go to of the CET properties the last few years. I have comps for all CET properties, but we are most comfortable at Paris. Pool is pretty basic, but we can always get loungers and cabanas are reasonably priced, imo. Also like the food options at Paris. Ballys and PH are just steps away for a change of scenery. You will be fine at Paris.
     
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  7. cphllps

    cphllps High-Roller

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    Paris is our favorite place in Vegas, have fun.
     
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    DJ Ran High-Roller

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    Paris is one of our home bases. Luv the place, we'll be staying there again in September. 20170227_170223.jpg
     
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  9. FYMYAWF

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    It's a bit older resort now but it's fairly well maintained. You may want to get one of the newly remodeled Burgundy rooms if you're into "clean".

    I stayed there in March and the room and resort were both fine and the location is great.
     
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  10. nostresshere

    nostresshere Mr. Anti Debit Card

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    Great option. Always suggest friends go there.
     
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    jmn3 Low-Roller

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    Just stayed at Paris in April - very nice hotel, we had a Red Room which are getting a bit dated/worn now but certainly still manageable and not bad by any means. The location can't be beat - you are steps to so many other mid-strip properties and attractions. You definitely have nothing to worry about - it's a great resort!
     
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  12. Burnsie

    Burnsie High-Roller

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    Paris is our "Vegas place" too. It's a fine choice.

    I'll just add: a terrace breakfast at Mon Ami Gabi is a fabulous way to kick off the day!
     
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  13. Jidery

    Jidery Low-Roller

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    Rooms are fine, not cheap but not amazing either.

    Location can't be beat though. Steps from PH, Bally's, and Cosmo
     
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  14. sunshine54

    sunshine54 High-Roller

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    I like the paris, too. There is a french bakery across the buffet restaurant. I love the fresh rolls, butter and coffee. For there or for to go. Sitting in my room with my fresh rolls and coffee. I always love the view from my window. The short ways to the ballys, ph, cosmo, bellagio, MGM Grand, linq....:wiggle:.


    Only one thing I don't like- the looooong time (waiting line) for check-in.
     
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  15. cphllps

    cphllps High-Roller

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    Ask for a room not facing the pool if you will be there any night the club is open as the base rattles the room.
     
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    I think it is one of the nicer hotels on the Strip. Feels well thought out and maintained and kind of classy. Not a huge fan of the restaurants or the casino but you can eat and gamble anywhere.
     
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    I'm happy with any of the rooms there. The new Burgundy are probably the ones I like the least 'color scheme' wise. (I do take the nicest room available on a comp though lol!!). Nearly all rooms have a stand-alone shower.

    I love the easy access to Strip, fairly short hallways (they go out from center like wheel spokes), easy access at bottom of elevators to snacks, juice & sweets if bloodsugar goes screwy etc. I like the food options. Cafe St Louis has good food. We had the wedding dinner I attended there as well as 3 other meals in April. Every one excellent - only one 'iffy' waiter the first night. He disappeared!! Really enjoy the buffet & crepe stand (buffet can be booked on open table so you can go in the VIP entry). Love breakfast on the patio at Mon Ami. New CVS outside of Ballys for the things you forgot (I go out the tour bus door by the Sports Book bar, down the alley & there you are).
     
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    ffejry #1 Bears Fan

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    Paris has my absolute favorite breakfast buffet. I am going to try to have to somehow wake up in time to attend on the second day of the trip!
     
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    We stay primarily at Planet Hollywood, but are thinking our next trip is going to be at Paris. Love the casino and they have a great choice of restaurants. You will enjoy...................Rick
     
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