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Updated: 9/1/17
Paris Las Vegas

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Overview
Paris Las Vegas is the closest you'll get to a vacation in the fabled "City of Light" (La Ville-lumière) without hopping on an Air France 747.  From the sparkling crystal chandeliers in La Réception de l'hôtel (the front desk lobby) to the sounds of Edith Piaf wafting through the sound system, Paris Las Vegas does everything imaginable to recreate an afternoon in the park – a park, that is, filled with hundreds of slot machines and table games.

There is a special Seven Stars/Diamond check-in behind closed doors opposite the front desk.  Once inside, look on the left for the small Seven Stars placard. 

Self-parking in an adjacent garage shared with Bally's is complimentary, but it's a bit of a walk if you have lots of luggage.  Take advantage of the complimentary valet parking where it's just a few steps inside to check-in.

 

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Hotel Guestrooms
Once you reach your floor (be sure to take the correct bank of elevators!), it can be a bit overwhelming trying to figure out which hallway to take.  Look for your room number over the entrance to the appropriate wing (there are three on each floor).  Standard rooms are decorated in a rich chocolate brown, beige and red color scheme, and boast huge flat-screen TVs.  Bathrooms are well lighted – one of the few hotels in the country to get it right; and most have tubs, as well as stand-alone showers.  Some rooms have bathrobes and slippers to use during your stay.  Views of the replica Eiffel Tower outside are the most coveted.  High-speed Internet access (wired and wireless) is dependable.  There are coffeemakers in the bathrooms, and what were formerly mini-bars have been converted to refrigerators.  Suites have a more traditional "French provincial" look.

 

Casino Overview

The large casino doesn't miss a beat in creating the illusion that it's the Champs d'Elysée outside those doors, not Las Vegas Boulevard.  However, with a live band blaring from the stage of La Cabaret, it can get a little loud in the evening.


One option for cocktails is Le Central, right.  Located just outside the Diamond Lounge and adjacent to Le Café Île St. Louis.


Featuring all the typical slots and table games one would expect, the casino even more successfully than nearby New York New York exudes the atmosphere of its namesake city.


Complimentary drink service in the casino is relatively frequent; and dealers, slot attendants and servers (smartly attired in red, white and blue, with cute pillbox hats) are cheerful and friendly (even if you don't speak French).




Café Ile St. Louis
Dining Options
Dining choices range from Le Café Île St. Louis and Burger Brasserie to Le Village Buffet (one of the best and most creative in town), Café Belle Madeleine, La Creperie, Sekushi and JJ's Boulangerie.  Look for special Seven Stars cardholder entrances for both the buffet and the café.

Insider Tip

The buffet at Paris takes reservations.  Visit OpenTable.com.

When a big convention or conference is in-house, lines during breakfast hours at Café Belle Madeleine, La Creperie and JJ's Boulangerie can be long, and, even with expedited entry, service can be slow at the café and buffet.

A great alternative for breakfast is HEXX Kitchen + Bar, which replaced the Sugar Factory.  Your Total Rewards card will get you a 20 percent discount off the entire bill; however, you should note that, since Hexx is not owned by Paris or Caesars Entertainment, the restaurant adds a 4.7 percent "concession fee" to all checks.  Hexx sometimes offers a speakeasy program from 11 p.m. to 6 a.m.   Join the guest list and receive a password that unlocks a secret nightly menu of small plates and drink specials.  Check with the host or hostess on duty or call (702) 331-5100.


Celebrity Chef Gordon Ramsay has opened Gordon Ramsay Steak in the space formerly occupied by Les Artistes Steakhouse.  Next to Giada over at The Cromwell, it's still one of the hottest reservation in town.

Insider Tip

Martorano's has a "secret" menu, but now that it's been announced on Twitter, I'm not sure how they can call it secret any longer. The Tweet advises you to "ask your server (quietly)."
Newest additions to the dining roster are Martorano's (which replaced Le Provencal) and Yong Kang Street Dumpling & Noodle House which is located across from the guest elevators between the buffet and Le Café Île St. Louis. 
Sekushi Japanese Sushi & Raw Bar is another alternative.  Sekushi offers a frequently-changing sushi menu at lunch and dinner, with a full sake menu.

Note, too, that the Eiffel Tower Restaurant and Mon Ami Gabi do not accept Total Rewards® Reward Credits (comp dollars) directly, but you can post these charges to your room if you're staying at a Caesars-owned property in Las Vegas, and then you can use your comp dollars for any eligible charges.  If you're not staying, estimate your final bill (not including gratuity) and get a comp slip at Total Rewards.  Estimate conservatively because any overage will not be returned to you.

 

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Entertainment
Le Theatre des Arts, Paris' large theatre/showroom, is currently dark.  Previously it was home to the Las Vegas company of Jersey Boys; hypnotist Anthony Cools holds court in a small performance space; and there are "dueling pianos" in Napoleon's Lounge.


Beer Park

Beer Park has opened above Hexx.  To call it an outdoor bar which serves food would be doing it a disservice.  First, it overlooks the Strip and the fountains of Bellagio. Then there are the games – like beer pong, cornhole, Tumbling Towers stacking wooden blocks and two pool tables.


Special Seven Stars Benefits*

In addition to the special Seven Stars entrances for the buffet and café (see above), as well as a dedicated taxi line, Seven Stars (and Diamond) cardholders, but not their guests, receive complimentary entry to the Spa by Mandara and the fitness center.  However, if you are staying at Paris, your guest can get complimentary admission as a benefit of the hotel's resort fee (which you don't pay, but receive all the benefits).  Seven Stars and Diamond cardholders also get a 15 percent discount on services.

Insider Tip

The Paris Spa by Mandara does not accept Reward Credits directly.  Find out the total cost of your service(s) and get a comp slip from Total Rewards in advance of your appointment.


You'll have to ask for it, but Seven Stars cardholders and their guests get a complimentary glass of house wine at the buffet.
 

Seven Stars Lounge

There is no Seven Stars Lounge, but the warm and inviting Diamond Lounge offers priority entrance to Seven Stars cardholders and one guest.  If there are others waiting to get in, simply walk directly into the lounge and present your card to the host.  In addition to seating for parties of two, four and more, there is a small bar.  Most liquors come out of a "gun," so if you're drinking your gin or vodka straight, expect a bit of an aftertaste.  An online computer is available for guests to check email or print boarding passes.  Guests used to the comparatively "lavish" buffets in Atlantic City will be extremely disappointed at the lounge fare in Las Vegas.  Caesars apparently has put all its Diamond Lounges on a "Mediterranean Diet," but it's a tasty selection of hummus, pita triangles, pretzels, potato chips, bruschetta, etc., and while many will disagree, it's a nice change of pace from the hoagies and hot dogs that used to be the main attraction.  From 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. the lounge serves hot food, e.g., chicken wings, mini-burritos, etc.

 

Should You Choose This For Your Annual Retreat?

Las Vegas remains the gaming mecca in the United States, and is probably the most popular destination for Seven Stars trips.  With eight other Caesars properties in town (Bally's, Caesars Palace, The Cromwell, Flamingo, Harrah's, The LINQ, Planet Hollywood and Rio), dozens of restaurants, nightclubs, golf, showrooms, the Forum Shops at Caesars (and other shops located inside Caesars properties), spa treatments, and relaxing by the pool (weather permitting), it would be easy to spend four nights (and $500) here – especially since you can "cross charge" to your room any meals, spa treatments, etc., even if they take place at another Caesars property in Las Vegas.

For those without other transportation, complimentary shuttles for Total Rewards® members run regularly among several of the Caesars-owned casinos.

 

When you check-in, be sure to verify that your $500 comp account has been set-up. Alcohol charged to the room counts toward your $500 in expenses, but not gratuities for meals and spa treatments.  Best advice is to keep all your receipts until you settle your final bill.
 
 
 

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