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Excellent staff! Our room was very comfortable, the beds were soft with very nice sheets! We did the auto check in which was easy, we chose not to have our room cleaned while we were there and got a $20 discount on food each day:)...More
We were in a high floor, non smoking room. Bed was comfortable but furniture overall was very tired with plenty of scratches, scrapes and dings on all the furniture. Ex- snack bar charge fridge didn't work very well and the door didn't close properly. Very...More
Stayed at the Paris hotel for 8 days. Desk staff very friendly and accommodating. But that’s where it ended. No communication between front desk and the rest of their resort.
$12 a day to park. Had to call almost every time to get in and...More
We stayed March 12-16, 2018. This was a trip for our 20th wedding anniversary on the 14th. The room we booked was an end of hall room, it was very nice and spacious, was surprised that it had a coffee maker (bonus) but view was...More
I have been to Las Vegas over two dozen times over the years and have visited Paris many times for both meals and gambling. And for this business trip I had to once again visit my favorite casino for a little table action and a...More
We Stayed at Bally's, which is adjacent to Paris. In fact you must walk thru one from the parking garage to get to the other casino. We had free wifi in our room. In every casino I have stayed at in Las Vegas for the last... More
We Stayed at Bally's, which is adjacent to Paris. In fact you must walk thru one from the parking garage to get to the other casino. We had free wifi in our room. In every casino I have stayed at in Las Vegas for the last 10 years, all have had free wifi with the room. The resort fee is a sneaky way for the hotel to separate the total room fee into two parts. The resort fee and the "room" fee. They do this so they can advertise a lower "room" rate, then when you get there, you find out you MUST pay the resort fee as well....but you get "free" wifi with it.