Two Way Hard Three | Las Vegas Casino & Design Blog

August 12, 2010

Casino Design Photo of the Week: Paris Las Vegas

Posted by Hunter

I'm including Paris Las Vegas this week as an example of a themed property that looks pretty good - the inclusion of several important Paris landmarks across the facade, the 'cobblestone' streets inside (which can be a little painful to walk on sometimes) all the way to the half-size Eiffel Tower - one of the youngest themed properties on The Strip.


Read archived comments (3 so far)
August 12, 2010 9:09 AM Posted by parchedearth

Let's hope the new sugar factory addition keeps with the exterior decor. Anyone want to start a fund to repaint the balloon?

Overall, they did a really nice job with theming the property. They could have done much better with the pool area. Also, the cobblestones should be more luggage friendly.

March 9, 2011 3:35 PM Posted by Romaman

I was just in town the other day and saw the new "Chateau" nightclub building and let me tell you believe it or not, it actually matches the buildings facade and decor (I was happy to see that the club has a French ambiance and name to it)

One thing I really do respect about Harrahs (or should I say Caesars) is that they never "de-theme" any of their properties like MGM does and I've got to say that besides the sugar factory moving in, the new Chateau building is a good addition to Paris and an improvement to its French motif.

March 31, 2011 10:00 AM Posted by Casino Design

I really like the design of Paris Las Vegas for a couple of reasons. One, because you can defininatly tell what it is (good replica) and two, the desing elements highlight the good, unmistakable features of paris (i.e. 'cobblestone' streets). Thanks for sharing.