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What to Do if You’re Staying at Paris Hotel and Casino

Don’t feel like venturing out onto The Strip, but still looking to have a great time?  Lucky for you, you’re staying at Paris Hotel and Casino, where there’s no shortage of fun activities and fantastic restaurants.  Check out our list of all the things you can do at Paris Hotel and Casino, without even leaving the premises.

Paris Spa and Salon by Mandara

Start your day off right at Paris, in the Spa and Salon by Mandara.  Here you’ll find a long list of treatments, including massages, facials, airbrush tanning, manicures, hair styling, and more. Try aromatherapy oils or hot stones. If you’re super stressed, go for the full day signature Spa Ceremony. The Spa also features a workout facilities (daily, weekly, monthly passes available), in-suite and poolside cabana massages, and the salon is there for all your styling needs, from cuts, blowouts, colors, and perms to bridal services, airbrush tanning, wedding parties, and more.

Soleil Las Vegas Pool

Catch some rays in comfortable lounge chairs by the Soleil Pool. Or, if you’re sun shy, rent a shaded cabana or daybed, and take in the view of the (mini) Eiffel Tower.  Grab a snack at Cafe du Parc, or request a daiquiri from the poolside cocktail service and amenities.

Eiffel Tower Experience

At 46 stories up, the Eiffel Tower is half-scale to the original in Paris. It offers enchanting, 360-degree city views of Las Vegas and The Strip. Enjoy a romantic dinner at the Eiffel Tower Restaurant, take a photograph at Kodak’s Total Snap Shot kiosk, or simply enjoy the view.

Sports

If you’re looking for a place to kick back and enjoy the game, Paris has a number of sports bars, from vintage to upscale to classic. Check out Las Vegas Race & Sports Book, Le Bar du Sport, Burger Brasserie, Napoleon’s Lounge all of which come with beer buckets, burgers, sports tv screens, and more.

HEXX Chocolate & Confexxions

Learn about chocolate. Watch cacao beans become chocolate. Smell the chocolate.  Eat the chocolate. Dive into a flight of chocolates (like a flight of whiskeys) with peru chocolate (fruit, raisin, and floral notes) or tanzania (hints of cherry, coffee, and lemon), and more. Hexx also has a full kitchen and bar, but… we’ll take the chocolate, please.

Chateau Nightclub & Rooftop

If you stay at Paris, you can party all night at one of the hippest clubs in Vegas, without ever leaving your hotel.  Chateau Nightclub & Rooftop is a high-energy nightclub, complete with outdoor patio, views of the Strip, chandeliers, vaulted ceilings, and more. The DJ booth plays a mix of house, dance, and mainstream music, so you can dance all night.  

Le Village Buffet

At $25-40, depending on the time/day, Le Village Buffet is one of the more reasonably priced, but no less delicious, buffets in Vegas.  The decor is French-inspired, and they offer everything from pastas to Asian dishes to seafood to carving stations. It’s definitely a must.

Mon Ami Gabi

This chic French-inspired cafe features al fresco dining on The Strip, and panoramic views of The Bellagio fountains. At Mon Ami Gabi, try the bananas foster waffles, or chicken and mushroom crepe with brie and kale. They also offer kids choices and gluten free menu options.  If you’re looking for something even more adventurous, try a cooking class with the chefs!

Beer Park

Without leaving your hotel, you can chow down and drink up at one of Vegas’ hippest bars – Beer Park.  With its 10,000 sq ft deck, it features an outdoor grill and picnic tables. They serve drafts, cocktails, wine, and signature Bloody Marys.  For grub, it’s all-American cuisine– hot dogs, burgers, spare ribs, and a concessions cart with ice cream, Hexx chocolate, and more. If that weren’t enough, they also have a grassy lawn where you can play giant Jenga, pool, darts, or watch football games.

Sekushi

At this Japanese restaurant, you’ll find sushi, foie gras, Japanese A5 Wagyu beef, kumamoto oysters, fresh uni, and highest grade otoro. They also serve surf n turf, sekushi lobster, bento boxes, and an udon soup nicknamed “The Hangover Cure.”

 

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