Las Vegas gives guests what they want: 24-hour revelry with an attitude to live your best life. We also give customers re-enactments of global hotspots, and Paris Las Vegas is one of those places. Opened just before the turn of the millennium, the establishment brings the city of love to the Strip with famous landmarks and all: the Eiffel Tower, Arc de Triomphe and La Fontaine des Mers. You can stroll the cobbled streets and pass Parisian boutiques, restaurants and fashion. To really get a taste of Paris, we’ve rounded up three of the property’s hotspots for living your best life when it comes to food, drink and entertainment.
1. Paris is known for its precipitation, creating a dark, stormy and romantic palette for lovers. Reality star Lisa Vanderpump recreates this scene in her new Las Vegas hotspot—Vanderpump in Paris. Customers are immediately drawn into another world, a Parisian courtyard with the charm and design of yesteryear. Take a seat at the marble-topped bar with crystal chandeliers and huge windows that overlook the Seine and the Eiffel Tower as water trickles down the glass. (It’s all a simulation but oh, so realistic you’ll swear you left the Strip and magically appeared in the City of Light.) Browse a bespoke cocktail menu with a Parisian twist, revisited classics and a selection of champagnes by the glass and Vanderpump’s range of spirits and rosés.
2. A favorite pastime of Parisians is to sit on the terrace of a café, enjoy a good wine or coffee, plates of delicious food and people watch. This is an opportunity to do as the Parisians do by reserving a meal at My friend Gabi. A longtime favorite of locals and tourists alike, this restaurant offers outdoor, stripside seating (with a perfect view of the Bellagio fountain show). This is where you can sample popular French specialties like pâté mousse, escargot, croque monsieur, steak frites and one of our favorite starters, a fresh French baguette and baked goat cheese. Yum! Bonus for oenophiles: ask the traveling wine cart of rare vintages to stop at your table.
3. The French charm of yesteryear envelops customers in Napoleon lounge. Dark woods, spacious lounge chairs, twinkling chandeliers, gold accents, and black-and-white checkerboard floors help set the stage for a fun nighttime experience. Although the decor may scream perfection, it’s a blast here when the dueling pianists take the stage on Friday and Saturday nights. One-on-one, they play all the hits, old and new, party classics and audience requests. Insider Tip: Guests who love cigars should visit the lounge’s intimate cigar lounge, where you can buy and puff signature cigars while enjoying a classic cocktail like the French 75.
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