Viva Paris Las Vegas in 2020

Located right in the center of the Las Vegas Strip, Paris Las Vegas Hotel and Casino is celebrating 2020 on a grand scale. The moment guests arrive they will feel as if they are entering the Paris Opera House and the Louve. The entrance of the resort has Paris spelled out in bright lights on a large and colorful hot air balloon. Nearby is a half-scale replica of the Eiffel Tower and 2/3 scale replica of the famous Arc de Triomphe near the circular valet arrival area.

Inside European cobblestone pathways lead guests to French cafes, bars and shops. Fine dining restaurants include the Eiffel Tower Restaurant evoking a romantic atmosphere similar to the Paris, France landmark. Dine 100 feet above the Strip underneath the Eiffle Tower Experience Observation Deck. Before or after dinner, take a glass elevator up 46 floors to the top of the Eiffel Tower for 360-degree views of the Las Vegas Strip and beyond.

New to the Eiffel Tower is a holiday illuminations light show. Every 30 minutes starting at sunset is a recurring light show featuring over 300 red, green and blue lights choreographed to music, with 800 strobe white lights illuminating the tower’s exterior. The best view is outside of the Paris Hotel.

Directly across the street is the Bellagio dancing water fountain that runs every 30 minutes. The views during the day are breathtaking and at sunset and in the evening the twinkle lights of the city are spectacular. There is a slight fee to ride to the top.

World-famous television personality and celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay’s first Las Vegas restaurant was built in 2012 inside the Paris Las Vegas Hotel next to the casino. Gordon Ramsay Steak is another fine dining experience at the hotel. The upscale steakhouse recently received an interior and menu refresh.

Walk through a red neon ‘chunnel’ entrance into the lobby and bar of this open, two-story fine dining restaurant. The black, white and red decor displays updated artwork of Gordon Ramsay on the walls.

The refreshed menu offers Table iPads displaying an array of wine and cocktail selections. Wines are catagorized to pair perfectly with Ramsay’s various cuts of prime beef that are aged and presented tableside. The knowledgable service staff inform each guest at the table about the different cuts of meat to select.

What to order: The Antioxidant cocktail; an iced shellfish platter; baked potato flight; fried Blue Point oysters; decadent roasted beef Wellington; triple-seared Japanese A5 Kobe; and Ramsay’s legendary sticky toffee pudding.

There are a variety of 9 different rooms and suites in this 2916 room hotel. Each have a flat-screen television, safe, refrigerator, WIFI and large view window. The Burgandy King Room offers a comfortable king size bed, Parisian decor, small bathtub and separate shower. Select suites feature a separate living area, wet bar and whirlpool tub in the room.

Amenities include designer toiletries, 24 hour room service, access to the 25,000 serene Voie Spa and Salon, and Soleil rooftop pool situated directly under the replica of the Eiffel Tower.

Inside the Paris Casino is a replica of La Fontaine des Mers and a 1,200-seat theatre called Le Théâtre des Arts. The lively Paris Casino offers table games, push button and pull the handle themed slot machines, and sports betting among European-style décor, reminiscent of the City of Light.

Order a drink and place your bets on the big race, game, or match at the Paris Las Vegas Race and Sports Book. Keep track of the action on live TV and scoreboards.

Soar above the Strip in one of the Big Wheel Observation Wheel capsules. Riders rise 550 feet in the air in a slow moving 30 minute rotation. They are offering a NYE package that includes a pre-party with entertainment, premium open bar, heavy appetizers and a top-tier cabin view of the midnight fireworks show. Finish with a midnight champagne toast.

After midnight upgrade and continue partying into the early morning hours with a Happy Half Hour ticket. This includes one 30 minute rotation with an in-cabin open bar and bartender to serve up the fun. Happy Half Hour tickets are available daily from 12 p.m. to 1 a.m. Guests must be 21 and older to ride in a bar cabin.

Start 2020 with a Vegas Chocolate Tour to learn all about the history of chocolate in Las Vegas. This 4-hour guide led experience offers multiple tasting opportunities starting with samples at M&M World. See a replica of the Statue of Liberty made from 1,800 Hershey’s Milk Chocolate Bars at Hershey’s World at the New York-New York Hotel and Casino. Your guide will drive you to a behind the scene self-guided tour of chocolate making at Vegas’ own Ethel M Chocolate Factory, after you sip chocolate wine near the famous “Welcome to Vegas” sign.

The last stop is an over-the-top chocolate shake with brownies and chocolate candies at Cafe Hollywood inside Planet Hollywood. For those who have had enough chocolate, the Vegas Chocolate Tour guides will pre-order a vanilla and banana or strawberry creative concoction.

Multi-Platinum and Grammy Award-Winning artist Christina Aguilera rings in the New Year with her Residency – Christina Aguilera XPREIENCE at the Zappos Theater at the nearby Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino. VIP Meet & Greet opportunities are available, as well as Front and Center VIP Table Experiences.

Take a drive 10 miles south of Las Vegas to see the one-of-a-kind art installation Seven Magic Mountains, by internationally renowned Swiss artist Ugo Rondinone. This large-scale piece includes 7 stacked colorful boulders that stand more than 35 feet tall. This site-specific public outdoor art is located near Jean Dry Lake and Interstate 15 and remains on view through the end of 2021.

Starting the new year in Las Vegas will have you soaring to new heights with all of the winning activities the city has to offer in 2020.

This review is also featured in JustLuxe

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