FINALLY booked my trip to Vegas...

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Posted: 4/24/2012 12:13:16 AM
Ended up booking at Paris based on some pretty solid reviews and location...and a very solid deal for 4 nights May 6-10. WOO HOO!!!!! I finally get to go Vegas and am stoked right now.  I will be working as much as I possibly can the next 2 weeks to save up extra $$$. 

Can anyone give me any tips/advice/experiences they have had at the Paris hotel/casino? Thanks in advance fellas .Time to start the countdown!

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Posted: 4/24/2012 10:34:58 AM
Stayed at Paris last May. Overall a pretty good place for the value. Room was nice, comfortable, good bathroom. Pool is below average in my opinion, no frills, its actually pretty big but nothing fancy about it, no waterfalls, etc. Not the best material in the pool either, mostly older couples, not many younger women if thats what you are looking for. Casino is decent but nothing special. What I liked best about Paris was its location and its ease to get out to the strip. You can get from your room to Planet Hollywood in about a 7 minute walk.
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Posted: 4/25/2012 1:26:54 AM
thanks man
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Posted: 4/25/2012 9:47:31 AM

Breakfast on the patio @ Mon Ami Gabi is good for a relaxing, people watching AM.

The breakfast buffet is quite good too. Often long line ups, so if you do go, go early. TR Rewards card gives you a couple $ off also.

Sweet Lou is correct re: pool. Large but nothing special and the Eiffel Tower can make it shady in areas in the afternoon.

I enjoy staying at Paris because in my opinion the location is primo and the rooms/casino are comfortable. Sportsbook is nothing special however.

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Posted: 4/25/2012 10:07:52 AM
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Posted: 4/25/2012 10:31:40 PM
Take the free shuttle to the Rio and check that out,walk through the Gold Coast and over to the Palms.Back and forth in a few hours..And take the freaking trip already..jeezus GL
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Posted: 4/26/2012 12:26:03 AM
QUOTE Originally Posted by jamesxnj:

Take the free shuttle to the Rio and check that out,walk through the Gold Coast and over to the Palms.Back and forth in a few hours..And take the freaking trip already..jeezus GL

Thanks for the tips. Unfortunately I don't have a time machine...
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Posted: 4/30/2012 8:55:17 AM
QUOTE Originally Posted by SweetLou15:

Stayed at Paris last May. Overall a pretty good place for the value. Room was nice, comfortable, good bathroom. Pool is below average in my opinion, no frills, its actually pretty big but nothing fancy about it, no waterfalls, etc. Not the best material in the pool either, mostly older couples, not many younger women if thats what you are looking for. Casino is decent but nothing special. What I liked best about Paris was its location and its ease to get out to the strip. You can get from your room to Planet Hollywood in about a 7 minute walk.
lack of eye candy is annoying as well down at the shark tank , a bit more enticing views at he rush pool but nothing like the "show" pools on he strip
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Posted: 4/30/2012 4:12:06 PM

Paris is a nice place.  I hate the casino there, but its nice to eat/drink there.  There's always a place for what you want in Vegas tho.  Older crowd, younger crowd, gambler, site seer.   It all depends on what you like.  Drinks are flowing all over town tho.  I love chilling at the Mirage myself.  But for class...nothing beats the Wynn and Encore...

 

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