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Paris Las Vegas

Photo by Robyn Barrymore 

Paris Las Vegas opened on September 1, 1999.  The resort was planned by Bally's, but both are now owned by Caesars Entertainment (which is aka Harrah's).   

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The Eiffel Tower was originally to be full-scale (as big as the one in Paris, France), but McCarran Airport was too close and the model was reduced to 5/8 scale.  Actress Catherine Deneuve threw the switch which lit the Eiffel Tower at the grand opening. 

 

A replica of the Arch de Tromphe next to the hotel tower. 

 
 

The French and American flags under the Eiffel Tower at the entrance to Paris Las Vegas on the Strip. 

 
 

Paris Las Vegas and the Eiffel Tower looking  majestic and regal behind the Bellagio Fountains at sunset. 

 

One of the views from the top of the Eiffel Tower in Vegas--540 feet up. In this scene, Ballys, Bill's Gamblin' Hall, the Flamingo, part of the Imperial Palace, Harrah's, the Venetian, the Palazo, the Wynn, part of the Encore, and Treasure Island.

 
  

Looking straight down on Paris Las Vegas hotel tower from the Eiffel Tower. 

 

The viewing cage at the top of the Paris Las Vegas Eiffel Tower. 

 
 

At the entrance ... 

 
 

The Casino of Paris Las Vegas. 

 

The view from the second story bridge over the casino--the waiting line for the elevator to the top of the Eiffel Tower. 

  

Looking out over the casino with one of the Eiffel Tower legs protruding through the roof--from the second story bridge that functions as the waiting line for the Eiffel Tower elevator. 

 

The legs of the Eiffel Tower protrude through the ceiling and onto the casino floor. 

 
 

Another area of the Paris Las Vegas casino. 

 
 

Le Boulevard--a shopping experience which connects Paris Las Vegas with Bally's. 

 
  

Another view of Le Boulevard (at 4:00 A.M.).  The sky paintings on the ceiling are popular at several resorts--including at the Venetian's Grand Canal Shoppes.

 

Paris Las Vegas with the big neon balloon and the Eiffel Tower--with Planet Hollywood to the right.  For more photos of the Eiffel Tower attraction, click here. 

 

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