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10 Secrets of Paris Las Vegas

Last updated: January 10, 2018 at 10:15 am. Posted by in Las Vegas Hotels, Las Vegas Restaurants, Las Vegas Shows, Paris Las Vegas, Things to Do in Las Vegas. 2 Comments on 10 Secrets of Paris Las Vegas.

Everything’s sexier in Paris. That translates to the Vegas version too, you know. Paris Las Vegas is a beautiful property that’s easy to fall in love with and even if you think you know all its secrets, you might be surprised by some of the items on this list.

Paris Las Vegas Secrets

Read on to see if you’re the Paris Las Vegas expert you think you are and if you want to learn some pro tips and insider info about this gorgeous Las Vegas hotel.

Paris Las Vegas secrets - How to get a window seat at the Eiffel Tower Restaurant

For a stunning view and a stunning steak, check out the Eiffel Tower Restaurant. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

How to score a window seat at The Eiffel Tower Restaurant

Trust me, this is one of those Las Vegas experiences you want to put in your stomach, your memory bank and also on your Instagram feed. In addition to exquisite food, The Eiffel Tower Restaurant boasts some of the most beautiful views in Las Vegas. It’s no wonder the restaurant sees 400-500 proposals a year! Whether you’re popping the question or just want a memorable meal with an amazing view of the fountains and the Strip, book your reservation as early in the day as possible for 4:30 p.m., and parties of two have the option of reserving a window table, until they fill up. This is the perfect time to catch the sunset over the Strip while you dine. The corner table can’t be reserved so that one falls largely to fate but make the 4:30 reservation and be the first one in line in person and you may just nab that coveted corner table. Regardless, you’ll have a great view and an outstanding meal. Holiday dates like Valentine’s Day and New Year’s Eve book up far in advance, so if you want to dine on one of those dates, it’s best to make your reservation early. Reservations can be made up to six months in advance.

Order the chocolate souffle in advance, it takes 30 minutes to bake

Don’t forget to save room for a chocolate souffle! Photo by Allison Duck. Courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

The restaurant has a few more secrets you may not know. It’s open for lunch Monday-Friday from 11:30 a.m. to 2:45 p.m. and for brunch Saturdays and Sundays from 10 a.m. to 2:45 p.m. The restaurant also hosts a guided tour that takes guests through the kitchen and dining room, complete with a Q&A with staff and chefs. If you’re dying to know more about French cuisine, now’s your opportunity to ask some true pros.

Also, it’s not so much a secret as a pro tip: if you’re looking forward to one of the restaurant’s famed soufflés for dessert (and you certainly should be!), let your server know early as these are made to order and take about a half an hour to properly rise.

Le Burger Brasserie doesn't just have burgers but they have spiked milkshakes

The Italian Burger from Le Burger Brasserie. Courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

It’s not just a piece of meat

Le Burger Brasserie is obviously a great place to get a burger. Duh. It’s right in the name. You could figure that out on your own. Did you know it’s also a great place to watch sports? If you want a side of beefy goodness with your basketball, this is the place to go. The restaurant features 13 plasma screens and in addition to a giant 15-foot by 15-foot mammoth-sized television so you can catch your favorite college and pro games. Be sure to splurge on a milkshake while you’re there. The fabulous spiked shakes can also be served without alcohol, should you so choose.

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day

Most people think of dinner when they think of Las Vegas buffets. Well I’m here to tell you breakfast is my favorite meal at Le Village Buffet. The sea of French pastries and the ridiculous number of meats, like scrumptious slab bacon, make it the meal to choose at this tasty buffet. Bonus: You can get the amazing crepes at breakfast, in both sweet and savory varieties. Double bonus: Le Village Buffet can be enjoyed as part of the Buffet of Buffets.

Paris Las Vegas secrets - The Vegas shows are sexier at the Paris

Don’t let the white suit fool you into thinking Anthony Cools is innocent. Courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Shows are sexier in Paris

If you’re looking to have an adult evening, Paris Las Vegas has just the shows for you. The hotel’s show lineup includes several options that prove naughty can be nice. One is no secret because it literally has “Sex Tips” right in the name. “Sex Tips For Straight Women From A Gay Man” is a delightfully bold romp where nothing is taboo and you’ll get straight talk… from a gay man.

The other show might not be on your radar when you think sexy shows but hypnotist Anthony Cools excels at bringing out guests’ risqué sides as he uses his hypnosis skills to tap into the carnal desires and inner naughtiness of his audience. This sexy twist on comedy hypnosis also features a hilarious stand-up comedian to open the show because foreplay is always appreciated.

Dinner with a vibe at Martorano's at Paris Las Vegas

Dinner with a vibe in Martorano’s at Paris Las Vegas. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Dinner with a side of oontz

Did you know restaurateur Steve Martorano used to be a DJ? It shows in the fun and hip vibe at his Paris Las Vegas restaurant, Martorano’s. As the evening gets later, the volume goes up as the music transitions to a party mix of classic R&B, disco, slow jams and classic rock. This creates a party vibe like no other, complemented by the sparkly disco balls on the ceiling.

Paris Las Vegas secret - Order bottle service at Le Central bar located near the casino floor

Le Central at Paris Las Vegas. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Bottle service without breaking the budget

Bottle service isn’t always in the budget but in Paris Las Vegas, it’s more affordable than you think. Le Central offers bottle service ranging from $39 to $59. Each bottle comes with two mixers and garnishes so you can live the lush life without the nightclub price tag. The bar is centrally located, hence the name, in the center of the casino floor, making it an excellent place for people watching and hanging out with your crew while enjoying bottle service.

Paris Remodeled Burgundy Room

Choose a remodeled Burgundy Room with an Eiffel Tower view. Photo Courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

A room with a view

It’s no secret there’s a replica of the Eiffel Tower at Paris Las Vegas. The massive structure is a half-scale replica of the original one in Paris, France. What you may not realize is you can score a room with a view of this iconic monument. When booking your room, look for rooms with the “Eiffel View” designation so you can gaze upon the Eiffel Tower from your room. Certain Red Rooms and newly renovated Burgundy Rooms feature this spectacular view, along with the posh, Versailles-styled Napoleon Suite, the contemporary chic Charlemagne Suite and the freshly remodeled Èlègant Suite.

Open air patio at Mon Ami Gabi is a great stop to people watch on the Las Vegas Strip

Open air patio at Mon Ami Gabi is a great stop to people watch on the Las Vegas Strip . Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Mon Ami Gabi is the place to be

If you’re looking for a Strip restaurant with a fantastic view, Mon Ami Gabi has you covered. Sitting on the open-air patio makes you feel like you’re actually in Paris and the beautifully bright atrium, tucked just inside the café, is also a great option for a great view to accompany your meal. The restaurant is known for its rolling wine cart and steak frites but its menu’s real hidden gem is the classic profiteroles for dessert, filled with vanilla ice cream and a heavenly double chocolate fudge. It’s a secret you’ll want to share with friends, even if you don’t want to actually share your order of profiteroles with them.

Free entertainment at Napoleon's Dueling Pianos - Paris Las Vegas secrets

What’s your favorite song? Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Free lounge entertainment does still exist

The Vegas entertainment landscape of yesteryear featured free lounge acts everywhere you turned. These days, it’s a little harder to come by but Paris Las Vegas rises to the occasion with Napoleon’s Lounge where you can find one of the best acts on the Strip, for free! Napoleon’s Lounge is a lively piano bar featuring dueling pianists who challenge each other nightly. The upbeat showdown is so much fun you won’t believe there’s no cover. Submit your song requests and you might just hear your favorite tune.

Chef Gordon Ramsay

Ask for the Hell’s Kitchen tasting menu at Gordon Ramsay’s Steak restaurant at the Paris Las Vegas. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Get a taste of Hell’s Kitchen

The first Hell’s Kitchen restaurant is opening in January across the street at Caesars Palace, but did you know you can get a taste of the hit TV show at Gordon Ramsay Steak at Paris Las Vegas? Ask for the Hell’s Kitchen Tasting Menu, which offers five delectable courses with an optional wine pairing. The current limited edition tasting menu features a Scotch egg, baby beet salad, seared scallops, Land & Sea Beef Wellington and a peanut butter bar for dessert.

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About The Author

Allison came to Las Vegas over a decade ago and fell in love with the city and all its dining and entertainment options. A live music junkie and tequila enthusiast, she has written for Las Vegas Weekly, Las Vegas Sun, Vegas Magazine and Conde Nast's VegasChatter.

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2 Responses

  1. Glenn Mercante

    My “new” wife Atsuko Beeck and I LOVE The Paris and stay there quite a lot.
    Last time there we had the suite…room 609 I believe it was. Just a perfect size and a great rate.
    Love, Love, Love Mon Ami Gabi. We eat there once or twice every time we stay there. I actually could go for breakfast, lunch and dinner all in the same day.

    All in all, the place is cozu and to us the most balanced hotel with really good value in a super great location.

    This was a great article. We have new things to discover there now…thank you
    Glenn and Ako
    Honolulu Hawaii

  2. Allison Duck

    Hi Glenn and Ako,

    Thanks so much for reading! I’m glad to hear you enjoy Paris as much as I do. I was just there again this weekend and couldn’t get over how pretty it is, especially Le Central with those gorgeous chandeliers. Hope you can book your next visit soon!

    Allison

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