Sister Casinos-Hotels: Bally's and Paris Las Vegas

Member Rating 5 out of 5 by two cruisers on March 28, 2012

We have visited here before and intend to come back again. Love the way the casino at Paris looks like a Paris street in the evening. Bally's looks rather Plane Jane by comparison, however, you have a better chance of winning at the slot machines there! Connecting the two are shops and restaurants that stay true to the styles of each casion/hotel. I like to have the taxi driver drop us off at the Paris entrance as it is sets the mood with imitation Arch de Triomphe, iconic Paris baloon and the entryway of typical Parisian ironwork.
Where to eat? Our first choice is always the Creperie. Have savory for a meal, come back later for sweet crepe dessert. There are at least two bakeries filled with temptations. The line-up to get into the buffet starts to gather early. People really like the choices offered there. Once we ate at the Provencial restaurant where there are singing waiters and incredible food. And when you wash-up afterwards, check out the lovely French sinks.
Paris Las Vegas
3655 Las Vegas Blvd South
Las Vegas, Nevada, 89109
(702) 946-7000

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