The heart of the Las Vegas Strip might seem like a most unlikely place for a Parisian-themed hotel. But as long as there is a place in the desert for a replica of NYC skyscrapers side by side with a medieval castle, and adjacent to that, a pyramid reminiscent of ancient Egypt, why not? A replica of the Eiffel Tower fits in just fine. If you are planning a Vegas vacation with your family, a bigger concern might be whether the Paris Hotel would be fine for your children.
The Paris Hotel and Casino has a distinctly European ambience and is not the type of resort one would immediately think of as being child-friendly. After all, Paris is associated with late night gourmet dinners with wine and with chic nightclubs, risque entertainment and romance, not exactly the type of activities to which you would expose young children. Accordingly, there is little going on at the Paris Hotel itself that would especially appeal to kids. However, its prime location and close proximity to other more family-friendly hotels, like the Bellagio and Caesars Palace across the street, as well as an abundance of family-friendly entertainment options in the vicinity, make the Paris worth a closer look. The Paris might be a doable option not only for couples, but also for families.
Paris Las Vegas Hotel and Casino was built in 1999. The property was initially owned by Bally's Entertainment, but purchased in 2005 by Caesars Entertainment. Paris Las Vegas is now one of the many casino hotels in Las Vegas and throughout the country under the Caesars Entertainment umbrella.