15 Top Things To Do At Paris Las Vegas

By Elle
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Gracing the Las Vegas Strip with its iconic Parisian landmarks since 1999, Paris Las Vegas is easily identifiable by its half-scale replica of the Eiffel Tower, its Arc de Triomphe, as well as its whimsical Montgolfier balloon sign.

Whenever we travel to Vegas with friends/family members who have never been, we always stop by this hotel for a meal or at the very least, a stroll around. I mean, who doesn’t love the chance to experience Paris without the expensive plane ticket, right?

Aside from all the Parisian-inspired landmarks, you’ll also find lots of impressive dining, drinking, and nightlife options here.

For a taste of Parisian flair, head to Mon Ami Gabi, where you can savor classic French dishes while people-watching on the patio. And if you’re in the mood for some celeb chef action, Gordon Ramsay Steak is where it’s at, serving up mouthwatering cuts of meat in a swanky setting.

But if you want to see and be seen, Vanderpump à Paris is the spot to see the real housewives (or maybe just their spirits) while sipping on fancy cocktails. Why not follow it up with a visit to Le Cabaret, where you can enjoy your drinks with a free show?

If you like what you read so far, explore the rest of our top recommendations on things to do at Paris Las Vegas for the full experience.

What’s Around Paris Las Vegas?

To the west: Bellagio — To the south: Planet Hollywood — To the north: Horseshoe and The Grand Bazaar Shops — Diagonally to the northwest: Caesars Palace Hotel and CasinoDiagonally to the southwest: Cosmopolitan

Watch the Eiffel Tower light show

First, start by taking pictures of the Eiffel Tower, with the Eiffel Tower — whatever you like! This is hands-down one of the most iconic landmarks that define the Las Vegas Strip. Plus, where else would you get to experience a slice of Paris (other than in Paris)? Only in Vegas!

Consisting of 5,000 tons of welded steel, the 541-foot tall Eiffel Tower at Paris Las Vegas is a half-scale replica of the famous landmark in Paris, France. To this day, it remains the tallest reproduction of the original.

After snapping up ALL the pics, it’s time to watch the light show! Inspired by the Eiffel Tower’s illuminations in France, this recurring light show takes place every 30 minutes from sunset to midnight.

PRO TIP: While you’re at the hotel, look for other landmarks replicated on a smaller scale, including the Arc de Triomphe, which features inscriptions of Napoleon’s victories, and the Louvre façade housing the Mon Ami Gabi café, the Paris Opera House façade designed in the Napoleon III Style. If you’re staying the night, you’ll also notice that the hotel tower mirrors the famous Hôtel de Ville, an 800-year-old architectural marvel serving as Paris’ City Hall!

The Eiffel Tower Viewing Deck Experience

Eiffel Tower Viewing Deck

Take your Vegas adventure to new heights with a trip to the Eiffel Tower Viewing Deck Experience at Paris Las Vegas. As you ascend 46 stories up (half the size of its Parisian counterpart), you’ll be greeted with unbeatable views of the Bellagio Fountains, the stunning Vegas Valley, the surrounding mountains, and of course, the lively streets surrounding the Strip.

And if you’re like us and get hungry every couple of hours, you’re going to want to make sure you have reservations at the Eiffel Tower Restaurant on the 11th floor, ideal for a fancy meal with a view.

The viewing deck closes at midnight so it’s a great place to visit after dinner and before the nightclub.

Eiffel Tower Restaurant

Eiffel Tower Restaurant Las Vegas
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Experience the romance of Paris with a meal at the Eiffel Tower Restaurant, where postcard-perfect views of the Strip and superior French cuisine await. Perched high above the city, this iconic restaurant offers an unforgettable dining experience complete with gourmet dishes and attentive service.

Chef J. Joho’s Eiffel Tower Restaurant delivers the most acclaimed French cuisine in Las Vegas, featuring classic favorites like lamb seasoned to perfection and foie gras. Enjoy other French classics like bouillabaisse and crème brûlée while taking in panoramic views of the Las Vegas skyline!

Soak in the views with a beer at BEER PARK

Beer Park at Paris Las Vegas

Looking for a chill spot with killer views and cold brews? Or maybe just a spot to watch the Bellagio Fountain Show? Head to BEER PARK, a super casual rooftop bar and grill that’s perfect for soaking in the Vegas vibe. Originally from Sin City itself, this hangout spot offers a wide selection of beers, tasty bites, games, and seating to watch all your favorite sports games.

BEER PARK offers more than 75 HDTVs for sports viewing, yard games, karaoke, Skee-Ball, Pop-A-Shot, arcade games, and two betting kiosks. They also have a live DJ some nights!

If it happens to be a popular event in Las Vegas (like New Year’s Eve, the Big Game, and March Madness), be sure to make reservations/buy tickets because Beer Park does sell out months in advance.

Have brunch at Mon Ami Gabi

Mon Ami Gabi Paris Las Vegas

Transport yourself to the streets of Paris without leaving the Strip at Mon Ami Gabi, a charming French bistro known for its classic dishes and sidewalk café ambiance. Originally hailing from Chicago, this hotspot serves up French favorites like steak frites and escargot in a lively setting.

Whenever we’ve walked by this restaurant, it’s always been full of happy diners. Make reservations if you can, and don’t miss the chance to snag a table on the patio for some prime people-watching while you dine!

If you like breakfast, be sure to show up before 11 am, and which point they switch to their brunch menu.

Enjoy the freshest sushi at Nobu

Nobu Las Vegas Restaurant
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Oh yeah, Chef Nobu Matsuhisa’s award-winning Japanese cuisine can now be enjoyed at Paris Las Vegas! Nobu is one of the top places that large parties opt for when looking for a restaurant to celebrate their special event, whether it be a birthday, bachelor/bachelorette, etc. It’s that iconic and delicious!

Chef Nobu is a world-renowned sushi chef, so you’ll definitely want to try out his specialties. The most popular dish is the signature black cod with sweet miso in a bite-size piece over garlic chips and ginger in a butter lettuce cup.

Two other must-try foods are the yellowtail with jalapeno and Nobu-style sashimi, which have been consistently praised over the years.

Gordon Ramsay Steak

Get ready to feast like royalty at Gordon Ramsay Steak, where the renowned chef’s culinary skills shine through in every dish. Originally from across the pond, this upscale steakhouse offers mouthwatering cuts of meat cooked to perfection, along with decadent sides and sauces.

Be sure to try Gordon Ramsay’s signature beef Wellington and his famous sticky toffee pudding. These two items are super popular and showcase Gordon Ramsay’s culinary genius!

Vanderpump à Paris

Vanderpump a Paris
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Vanderpump à Paris is a world of total glamour and sophistication. This Vegas outpost is one of Lisa Vanderpump’s creations, a chic cocktail lounge (reminiscent of an old Parisian courtyard) that’s one of the most picturesque spots in all of Paris Las Vegas.

You’ll find lots of stylish Parisian-inspired décor, whimsical and unique cocktails, and an energetic, buzzing atmosphere perfect for a night out on the town. Sip on a refreshing LVP Sangria or a signature cocktail while soaking in the glamorous ambiance of this must-visit hotspot.

Cheri Rooftop

Looking for some Insta-worthy views and a laid-back vibe to kick off your night in Vegas? Head up to Cheri Rooftop, the hidden gem atop Paris Las Vegas.

This spot used to be the Chateau Nightclub, but ever since it’s been transformed to be the Chéri Rooftop Lounge, it’s been a hit, especially with bachelorette parties! This rooftop experience blends a welcoming ambiance with craft cocktails and light snacks — all served under the Eiffel Tower.

Sip on one of their signature cocktails and soak in panoramic views of the Strip and the Bellagio Fountains while lounging in plush seating surrounded by lush greenery. Whether you’re catching up with friends or enjoying a romantic evening with bae, Cheri Rooftop is the perfect spot to add to your nighttime itinerary.

Le Cabaret Bar

Step into the glitz and glamour of old-school Vegas at Le Cabaret Bar, where vintage vibes and classic cocktails will rule your night. Located inside Paris Las Vegas, this intimate lounge offers live entertainment and a sophisticated atmosphere reminiscent of Vegas in the 1900’s.

On Fridays and Saturday nights specifically, don’t miss out on live performances of “La Femme” and “The Red Show”!

La Femme embodies a playful, girly, and authentically French atmosphere, reminiscent of Emily in Paris, where performers don elegant pink costumes, promising an evening of pure delight. For those seeking the sultry charm of the Moulin Rouge, The Red Show performance transports guests to the heart of Paris, with talented artists decked out in red and black cancan-style costumes.

On other days of the week, you’ll find live cover bands and other forms of nightly entertainment.

Montecristo Cigar Bar

For cigar aficionados and whiskey connoisseurs, Montecristo Cigar Bar is a must-visit destination in Paris Las Vegas. Step into the cozy, wood-paneled interior and peruse their extensive selection of premium cigars and top-shelf spirits.

Looking for a souvenir to bring home? Enjoy a walk-in, climate-controlled humidor featuring custom Spanish cedar shelving with more than 300 cigar brands, including Romeo Y Julieta, H. Upmann, Padrón, La Flor Dominicana, Arturo Fuente, My Father, and its namesake, Montecristo available for purchase.

Take a stroll down Le Boulevard District

Le Boulevard District is where you’ll want to go to experience a Parisian-inspired stroll and/or shopping experience. The quaint cobblestone streets and winding alleyways will take you on a European shopping spree. The French boutiques include a garden shop, wine and cheese shop, stationery/home gift shop, toy/novelty shop, shoe store, men’s and women’s apparel and more.

While most people won’t actually buy anything here, it sure is a lot of fun to just walk through. We do it every time we’re inside Paris Las Vegas!

Get a massage at Voie Spa

Mix therapies, scents, and tastes and let your mind wander at Voie’s 25,000-square-foot spa. This spa was built around the concept of a sensory journey inspired by France’s countryside and made to offer a full mind and body wellness experience.

Treatments include advanced options like HydraFacial treatment, heated salt stone therapy and microcurrent treatments, in addition to traditional massages and facials.

Are you a Nevada resident? Nevada locals receive 20% off full price spa or salon services with valid ID.

Spend all afternoon at Pool á París

One of the coolest experiences you get while staying at the Paris Las Vegas is the chance to lounge by the pool — right under the Eiffel Tower. Talk about an amazing view! You won’t get a view like this at any other Las Vegas pool.

If you plan on visiting Las Vegas with a large group of friends, I would recommend pre-booking a cabana, a French Premium Villa, or a daybed at Pool á París. During the summer months, these rentals go fast so do book as soon as you can.

Stay the night in a Parisian-inspired rooms

Paris Las Vegas Rooms
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If you want to experience European-inspired luxury at its finest, we recommend booking a night at Paris Las Vegas.

The Versailles Room welcomes guests with contemporary accents against a backdrop of crisp gold, blue, and white tones, boasting a luxurious bathroom with marble counters and even views of the Eiffel Tower replica.

For a more spacious option, the Versailles Executive Suite provides over 640 square feet of space, featuring a separate living area.

Those seeking ultimate luxury can opt for the Bordeaux Giverny Suite, Bordeaux Charlemagne Suite, or Bordeaux Marseille Suite, all offering over 800 square feet of space, lavish marble bathrooms, and Eiffel Tower views.

Explore Other Hotels Near Paris Las Vegas

Paris Las Vegas is quite centrally located, so you could easily pop into a few neighboring hotels to explore while you’re here. Trust us, you’re going to need 2-3 hours at the very least to see it all! These nearby hotels are all brimming with really unique things to do.

Discover all the things you could do at these other hotels, all of which are either right next to or directly across the street from Paris:

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About The Author - Elle
About the author

My name is Elle and I'm a travel blogger based in California. I love helping people plan trips and create unique itineraries based on their interests and their budgets. I'm a huge fan of outdoor adventures and doing off-the-beaten-path things in Las Vegas (and around the world too)!