Things to do at Paris Las Vegas
Aside from the excellent restaurants and enticing entertainment options, Paris Las Vegas also offers a two-acre rooftop pool, Paris-specific landmarks, a spa, shopping opportunities and exclusive access to two Las Vegas golf courses.
Spa by Mandara
Paris absolutely begs for you to be pampered so don’t hesitate to indulge at the Spa by Mandara, located on the second level of the resort. With 25,000 square feet of space and 24 treatment rooms, the spa offers a comprehensive selection of services including massage therapy, facials, tanning, teeth whitening and nail, hair and make-up services. Take full advantage of the spas services by dipping into the sauna, steam room and jacuzzi as well.
The fitness center day pass entry fee is $25.00 for guests of Paris Las Vegas ($35.00 for the non-guests) and includes use of the fitness center, sauna, steam room, showers and whirlpool; complimentary fresh fruits, juices, teas, coffee and bottled water; and the use of the vanity bar, which includes bath and styling products. The fitness center fee is waived for those receiving spa treatments.
Paris Las Vegas doesn’t offer an extensive selection of shopping opportunities, but just like everything else in the resort, those stores that are found here fit with the hotel’s theme. The promenade between Bally’s and Paris Las Vegas is where most of the shops are located though there are a few more sprinkled throughout the resort. Look for the latest fashions and accessories, jewelry, perfumes, designer toys and other Paris-inspired memorabilia.
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The two-acre pool at Paris Las Vegas is tucked away and privately perched on the casino rooftop. It is set against a tranquil garden backdrop. For the ultimate in luxury experience, take advantage of the poolside attendants, cabanas available for rent and seasonal cafe open within a short distance of the water.
Only guests of Paris Las Vegas are welcome to utilize the pool. Open daily from 10:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m.
Eiffel Tower Ride
Proposing atop the Eiffel Tower in Paris is heart melting, but doing the same 460 feet above the Las Vegas Strip in the replica of the Eiffel Tower definitely rings of romance as well. Even if you don’t have plans to get down on one knee during your trip to Las Vegas, the view is spectacular and worth the ride.
The ride to the top of the Eiffel Tower is via a glass-enclosed elevator that whisks visitors up 50 stories to an observation deck. In addition to the views up and down the Strip, take a peek at the desert landscape beyond the city’s borders.
You’ll need to buy tickets for the ride at the Eiffel Tower Ride box office, which is located inside of the resort just off the casino floor. Daytime tickets run $10.50 for adults and $7.50 for children. Evening rides are $15.50 for adults and $10.50 for children.
Visiting Paris, whether in France or Las Vegas, wouldn’t be complete without visiting some of the iconic landmarks that make the city special. In addition to the Eiffel Tower Ride, visitors should check out the two-thirds replica of the original Arc de Triomphe at the resort’s entrance. The Paris Las Vegas replica of the The Louvre façade is located on the north corner of the casino front. The replica of the Paris Opera House facade, designed in the Napoleon III style, is located at the south corner of the casino while the replica of the Hotel de Ville is what houses all of the resort’s rooms. A replica of the Alexander III Bridge offers a bird’s eye view of the casino’s slots and video room.
Guests staying at properties affiliated with Caesars Entertainment are encouraged to take advantage of special rates at two golf courses located near the Las Vegas Strip.
Considered one of the top 100 courses in America, Casacata Golf is a par-72 course. Green fees range from $350-$500 depending on the season and desired start time. Special packages are available.
Rio Secco Golf, named the top public course in Nevada by the Las Vegas PGA, is located just 12 minutes from the Strip. Rates range from $100-$165 and include a shared golf cart, access to the practice facilities, bottled water and a divot tool. Preferred pricing is offered to guests staying at a Caesars Entertainment property.
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