Welcome to our Las Vegas Accommodations page, where you can find the perfect accommodation to match your style and budget. Las Vegas is known for its world-renowned entertainment, luxurious casinos, and an array of exciting activities that keep visitors coming back for more. We understand that choosing the right hotel can make all the difference in your Las Vegas experience, and that's why we have carefully curated a diverse selection of hotels to suit your every need. Whether you're planning a romantic getaway, a family vacation, or a business trip, our Las Vegas Accommodations page offers a comprehensive booking experience that makes finding the perfect hotel quick, easy, and stress-free. With our extensive range of hotels and competitive prices, we are confident that you'll find the perfect Las Vegas accommodation for your next visit.

With an idyllic location at the center of the Strip, The Cromwell blends sexiness with chic style while offering a round-the-clock party atmosphere and the first restaurant by chef and Food Network TV star Giada De Laurentiis. The vibe: Boutique hotel sensibilities, a party place with an haute attitude, classy food and mixology. What we love: The song "Party All the Time" is a fitting encapsulation of the spirit here. Along with Drai's Beachclub & Drai's Nightclub high above, there's also Drai's After Hours below ground. So if you stay here, at least in summertime, you can party continuously all day without ever leaving the resort. The Cromwell may only have one formal restaurant, but it's an absolute gem. Featuring De Laurentiis' Italy-meets-California cuisine, Giada is definitely a palate pleaser. When you walk in, you'll see an antipasti bar, pizza ovens and a station where pasta is rolled. Just be sure to save room for the lemon ricotta cookies. Insider tips: When you eat at Giada, we recommend you request a table by the windows. You may have to wait a while, but it'll be worth it. Located on the second floor, the restaurant has remote-controlled hydraulic opening windows that wrap around the perimeter and showcase beautiful views of the Strip and Fountains of Bellagio. And if the dayclub scene isn't your thing, you're welcome to use both the Flamingo and Caesars Palace pools (with a valid room key). Take a moment to appreciate the beautiful and historically significant décor in the casino. Several eye-catching red chandeliers are hung along the ceiling of the main walkway on the gaming floor. They've been refurbished and were part of Barbary Coast when it originally opened in this building in 1979. Good to know: If noise is an issue, you may want a room located in the middle of the building (such as the fourth through sixth floors). This will help reduce street sounds from the Strip as well as the booming bass from the music playing on the rooftop in Drai's Nightclub. Parking at The Cromwell is best accessed directly off Flamingo Road, between Las Vegas Boulevard and LINQ Lane. Be aware that even as a guest of the hotel, you may have to wait in line to get into Drai's Beachclub & Nightclub... and that line can sometimes be l-o-n-g. The good thing: When you get up front you won't have to pay an admission charge to enter... as long as it's not a holiday weekend and there are no special artists or concerts scheduled (then you will be charged).  There is valet and self-parking. Rates vary, so click here for details.

With its abundant accommodations, shark-filled pool and popular restaurants is a hotel rich on comfort and fun in downtown Las Vegas. The vibe: Classic Vegas elegance, upscale but not out of reach, ample choices for everyone What we love: Located in the heart of downtown, the Golden Nugget offers classic Vegas luxury at a reasonable price. From the elegant marble lobby to a collection of contemporary restaurants capable of satisfying every craving, The Golden Nugget offers everything you need in a great location where you can literally step outside and right into the eye-popping sights and rockin' sounds of Fremont Street Experience. We can say with complete confidence there's no other hotel pool in town like The Tank. Not only does this outdoor complex have a lush setting with two cascading waterfalls, but there's a 200,000-gallon aquarium filled with sharks and a three-story water slide will take you right through the center of it. The Golden Nugget's buffet is the best in downtown. It's a step up from the competition geographically because it's located on the second floor (where you'll have a great view of the pool if you sit near the windows). Our favorite time to go is on Friday and Saturday nights for the seafood spread, which includes crab legs, fresh shrimp, sushi and lobster mac 'n' cheese.   Insider tips: Check out the biggest gold nugget in existence at the Golden Nugget. You'll discover the 61-pound Hand of Faith just off the casino floor near the room elevators. It was discovered in Australia in 1980 and also has the honor of being the biggest nugget ever found with a metal detector. If aquariums are your thing, enjoy a meal or just a cocktail in the Chart House seafood restaurant. The dining room and bar wrap around a 75,000-gallon aquarium filled with more than 1,000 colorful fish, including a moray eel that looks like a scary sea serpent. Trust us, you won't be able to take your eyes off it (and in the interest of self-preservation, you shouldn't). One more thing we can't forget: The Golden Nugget has a Starbucks fronting Fremont Street with an outdoor patio. Get your caffeine fix here 24 hours a day. There's a second location of Starbucks inside the Carson Tower; however, this one isn't open around the clock. Good to know: For a VIP-level experience, book a room in the Rush Tower. Opened in 2009, the accommodations here are as good as gold with soaking tubs, premium linens, and leather sofas. If noise is an issue and you're not in Vegas to party, request a room on the hotel's south side -- in other words, not facing Fremont Street Experience, where there's a stage and music plays until the wee hours. There are two valets at the Golden Nugget. If you're staying in the main hotel, use the valet off Casino Center Boulevard. If you're staying in the Rush Tower, head to the one on Carson Avenue near First Street. Valet parking is $15 per day. The self-parking garage is located off First Street near Bridger Avenue. It's complimentary to hotel guests. Anyone patronizing the Golden Nugget can also park there and get three hours free with validation -- otherwise you'll have to pay an hourly rate.

Near the heart of the Strip, Harrah's Las Vegas is a base for budget-conscious visitors because of its inexpensive rooms as well as a selection of shows, restaurants and bars with mass appeal. The vibe: Bargain accommodations with a dash of Mardi Gras spirit in a near central Strip location. What we love: Everyone wants to be near the center of the Strip. By staying at Harrah's you won't pay through the nose for that privilege. Wait, do we actually have to elaborate on that? OK, so you can walk over to The LINQ Promenade next door and get on the High Roller Observation Wheel. Eat, drink and shop like a Roman across the street at Caesars Palace. Mosey over to The Mirage where dolphins swim and a volcano erupts nightly. Because this is just the tip of the iceberg, that's enough…we're done talking about how ideal Harrah's location is. While we don't love eating fried bologna sandwiches (of course, we respect your desire to eat them), we do adore Toby Keith's I Love This Bar and Grill. Named for one of the country superstar's hit singles, this joint is bursting at the seams with live music, dancing, beer and big portions of good ol' home-style food. As far as buffets go, Flavors is worth a visit. Instead of waxing poetic about the prime rib and crab legs, let's skip right to the good stuff. The dessert station. This one is stocked with things you don't often see at buffets - like donuts, cinnamon rolls and bread pudding. If you have a sweet tooth, this buffet is for you.  Insider tips: Some things on the Strip aren't within walking distance - but you can get to those via the Las Vegas Monorail. There's a station that straddles Harrah's and The LINQ Hotel & Casino behind the properties. Don't be afraid to use the self-parking garage. Compared to other Vegas hotels, this one is easy to navigate and convenient. You can access it from the Strip in front of Harrah's or from Linq Lane behind the resort. Once you've parked and taken an elevator to the ground floor, the resort's porte cochere and front desk are merely steps away. Good to know: Harrah's is the perfect place for you to find affordable rooms that put you right on the Strip. If you'd really like something to see from your window and you're a fan of giant observation wheels, then upgrade to a room with a view of the High Roller. There is valet and self-parking. Rates vary, so click here for details.

Smack dab between the center and south end of the Strip, Park MGM combines grand-style architecture with a calm and earthy attitude. The vibe: Lush color schemes paired with earthy elegance, Park MGM instills a sense of serenity with a smidge of European flair. What we love: Park MGM is different from anything you’ll see anywhere else on the Strip.  We are living for their self-check-in kiosks! These kiosks are hassle free and eliminate the lines we all dread when normally checking into a hotel. On average, it takes about three minutes to get everything you need: your room and your keys. Not a techy? No worries, because Park MGM has people on-hand to assist if needed.  Another thing you’ll appreciate is the hotel’s prime location. Everything, including world-class entertainment at T-Mobile Arena and Dolby Live at Park MGM, is walking distance. The hotel even has a free tram that takes you to ARIA, Bellagio, Vdara and The Shops at Crystals. So not only is it in a good location, it can take you to other famous locations on the Strip, too.  Last, but not least, Primrose. This cute, little French-inspired restaurant is sure to steal your heart. They have a gorgeous outdoor patio and a stunning entry way that will inspire your inner home decorator. And the food definitely matches the vanity.   Insider tips: Park MGM definitely paid close attention to detail, like real close. Subtle details flood the insides of Juniper Cocktail Lounge, Bavette’s Steakhouse & Bar, and Best Friend.  First off, Bavette’s isn't just the perfect place for a savory steak, they also have a speakeasy in the back. To get there, you basically have to walk straight into the back wall where you'll find a hidden doorway on the right.  Juniper Cocktail Lounge has a jaw-dropping cocktail program. Order the “No Judgement”  and see the top of your drink literally set ablaze. Calling their mixologists “lit” is an understatement.  Oh, don’t think we forgot about the BetMGM Sportsbook and Bar after those fancy fire tricks. This is the best place to grab a quick meal for a super affordable price. Our all-time favorite feature is their weigh and pay menu. If you’re someone who doesn’t like big portions or leftovers, this is made for you. They weigh your food on a scale and you pay for it. It's that simple. This is the best way to grab just the right amount of food without waste.   Good to know: Eataly is the ultimate in culinary exploration with tons of restaurants and counter-service spots to try. This fantastic spot also offers guests the ability to purchase these premium ingredients to test out their own cooking skills. So go ahead and take a trip to Italy with you tastebuds before bringing home these gourmet meats, cheeses, and sauces to enjoy again later.


Just a short distance west of the Strip, the Rio Las Vegas offers a Brazilian theme in a colorful resort packed with restaurants, bars and theaters. The vibe: Offering affordable all-suite accommodations, near (but not too near) the action. What we love: Called Voodoo Beach, the Rio's pool deck features palm trees, waterfalls, hot tubs and swimming pools that each have different vibes. There are fish- and clam-shaped pools. Kids flock to the sand-bottomed pool near the entrance while adults make tracks for the lagoon-style pool at the back. Insider tips: Women, indulge your feminine side by going to the lounge in the lobby of the Chippendales Theatre. It has an all-male waitstaff...and be sure to check out the ladies room. We love the circular dressing area with its purple leather couches and softly lit vanity. Dubbed "the gossip pit," this is the perfect place to debate which Chippendale dancer has the hottest bod. For an elevated drinking experience, step down into the Wine Cellar & Tasting Room. It's crammed with more than 10,000 bottles - including one that came from Thomas Jefferson's cellar. Choose from more than 100 wines sold by the glass. Cheese plates and freshly baked breads will enhance your enjoyment too. Good to know: This hotel is not located on the Strip. Although you can see the Strip and it appears to be close, we don't recommend walking to it because you'll have to pass over a major interstate while crossing busy on- and off-ramps.  What shows and concerts are playing at the Rio? : Shows playing at the Rio include: Penn & Teller, Chippendales, WOW - The Las Vegas Spectacular, and Comedy Cellar. What is there to do at the Rio? : Rio has a rooftop restaurant and VooDoo Steakhouse and lounge with some of the best views in the city. A spa and salon, wine cellar and tasting room and Sapphire Pool Club. What makes the Rio unique? : Rio's VooDoo Restaurant and Lounge is a three-story venue with unique indoor and outdoor space for views of the Las Vegas Strip, city lights and beyond.

You can't miss Luxor, the giant glass pyramid at the south end of the Strip. It's home to artifacts from the Titanic and a giant sphinx statue. The vibe: King Tut at the disco, a mid-range themed hotel, family-friendly without being a circus. What we love: It's a freakin' pyramid. From the bat-attracting megawatt light on top to the sphinx out front, we love the Egyptian touches -- especially now that the kitschy décor has been dialed back from what the resort opened with in 1993. Luxor routinely offers some of the more affordable hotel rates on the Strip and the property is packed with things to do (the HyperX ESports Arena is our favorite). It won't break your budget, but you won't feel like you're staying in a budget hotel. Luxor has a large pool (and we're not just talking about the massive 125,650-square-foot deck). Their 19,000 square feet of sparkling water is bigger than the postage stamp-sized vanity pools you see at some resorts. Our only sadness is that it's closed seasonally from fall to spring. Insider tips: Enclosed, and more importantly, air-conditioned corridors connect the Luxor to Mandalay Bay and Excalibur so you'll never need to step outdoors in 100-degree weather. Good to know: The pyramid rooms have the added bonus that you get to ride an inclinator (a 39-degree angled elevator) to your room. Mark that off the bucket list. Pyramid rooms also open directly onto hallways that overlook the pyramid's atrium. Rooms on higher floors have a great view and also less noise. Keep in mind: All of the rooms are non-smoking. Guests who smoke in any room will have to pay a $300 cleaning fee upon checkout. Save yourself some money and smoke in designated areas like the casino.  Want a cup of coffee in the morning? The Luxor, like many Las Vegas hotels, has eliminated coffee pots in their standard rooms. So if you need a java infusion in the a.m. head to the Starbucks located near the hotel lobby. Luxor has a massive casino (even by Vegas standards) so it's easy to get turned around. Just remember that while this is a pyramid, the bottom is a square (finally high school geometry pays off). If you get lost, head to the edge and follow it around. All the restaurants and the check-in desk are along the perimeter, with a food court) on the second level. At the center beneath the pyramid's apex is the casino. What shows and concerts are playing at the Luxor?: Shows playing at Luxor include: Fantasy, Blue Man Group, America's Got Talent Live, and Carrot Top. What is there to do at the Luxor? : Bodies... The Exhibition takes an in-depth look at the human body while Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition examines the ocean liner's fatal trip and HyperX Esports Arena immerses you in a gamer's paradise. What makes the Luxor unique?: The pyramid-shaped Luxor gets its name from a city in Egypt along the Nile River. The pyramid has become a Vegas skyline staple for its unique shape.

OYO Hotel and Casino Las Vegas, just east of the Strip, is a relaxed spot on the Strip where you can soak up some sun or enjoy the game.  The vibe: Chill and relaxed. A great place to catch the game.   What we love: Location, location, location. OYO Hotel and Casino Las Vegas is only a block from one of the busiest intersections on the Strip. It takes mere minutes to walk to several of the city's must-visit properties. Free parking. Did you hear us correctly? If not, please allow us to say it again: FREE PARKING! Looking to catch a Golden Knights' game? Park your car, enjoy a bucket of brewski or two and make your way down to T-Mobile Arena.   Insider tips: Free parking. Seriously, what's not to love about free parking? Here's a rare find on the Strip: $1 blackjack. You're welcome. Good to know: Accommodations at OYO Hotel and Casino Las Vegas start at less than $30. Inexpensively priced, these rooms surprisingly were just renovated not too long ago. Which means they upgraded their amenities to fit in with the 21st century. OYO Hotel and Casino Las Vegas has a ton of choices when it comes to eating. Snag a burger at the World's largest Steak 'n Shake, enjoy gourmet bar food at The Underground Lounge, visit The Porch near the pool for some hummus or fish tacos or hit the Southside Eatery for a quick grab-n-go item.   Reopening date: September 1, 2020

The tropical-themed Mirage is a mid-range property with a wide range of restaurants, bars, and shops. Plus, it's home to an erupting volcano and a Cirque du Soleil production. The vibe: Lush setting, multigenerational, something for everyone What we love: We like that The Mirage's roster of restaurants spans multiple genres and multiple price points from CPK to Tom Colicchio's Heritage Steak. So when you sit down to peruse the menus, your response could be everything from "Wow, that's affordable" to "We're definitely not ordering wine with that." The Mirage's pool area has a lot more greenery than the newer resort pools in Vegas. Comprised of a series of lagoons with waterfalls, inlets and even little palm-tree lined islands, you'll feel like you've been marooned with Brooke Shields and Christopher Atkins (oh, and a couple hundred sunbathers) in "The Blue Lagoon." A hottie of an attraction since the property opened in 1989, The Mirage's volcano is still a sight to be seen and felt. It sits right in front of the property in another tranquil lagoon...at least this lagoon is tranquil until the volcano erupts, which happens several times a night. Steam rises. Water shoots up. Lava spews. Flames dance. And a blast of heat will burn off your alcohol fatigue. Insider tips: To claim the best spot for viewing The Mirage's erupting volcano, arrive early and stake out a place up front. We have just one caveat: By standing up close, things may get a bit toasty. The volcano isn't the only free attraction at The Mirage. There are two mermaid statues just inside the front entrance. Rumor has it you should rub their -- what shall we say -- er, "chest area" for good luck. Also, a bronze statue dedicated to legendary magicians Siegfried & Roy is nestled among the lush greenery on the Strip. A photo here is a must. Save yourself a little walking by hopping on the free tram (just outside The Mirage's front entrance) that links the hotel to Treasure Island. It runs between 7 a.m. - 2 a.m. daily, arriving and departing approximately every 15 minutes. Good to know: The base-level resort rooms at The Mirage are stylish and comfortable. They were last remodeled in 2009 and some are in better shape than others. Though not exactly voluminous, these rooms aren't cramped either, except in the bathrooms. So if you want a little more space to spread out in, as well as a bathroom with a separate tub and shower, then book a suite. All the rooms at The Mirage have minibars (you know, those little mini fridges stuffed with refreshments). Warning: This is not the kind of fridge you can use for storing your leftovers or snacks. There's no room in it to put anything and if you move items around, the sensors will charge you. That means you'll get a not-so-pleasant surprise when you see your bill at checkout. All rooms are non-smoking; if you light up, you'll be charged a smoking fee of $500 for rooms and $1000 for suites. Save yourself the trouble and light up in permitted areas, like the casino and bars.

With a history as epic as the real Roman Empire, Caesars Palace rules over the center Strip with a wide range of rooms, The Colosseum and a mighty roster of Las Vegas restaurants, bars and nightclubs. The vibe: Vegas glitz with a Greco-Roman take, meandering layout, celebrity-driven offerings What we love: Caesars Palace has been around since 1966 and we admire this Las Vegas hotel for its ability to change with the times. By constantly modernizing -- from adding new Las Vegas restaurants and the world's first-ever Nobu Hotel to bringing in star performers like Jerry Seinfeld and Reba, Brooks & Dunn and shows like the circus-style burlesque "Absinthe" - this empire shows no signs of decline. The Bacchanal Buffet does for a Vegas buffet what The Forum Shops at Caesars did to shopping - it elevates the experience (and we're grateful for that). With a mind-blowing array of delectable dishes prepared by a team of chefs, you'll discover small plates with things like fried chicken and waffles, red velvet pancakes and mini Wagyu sliders. Cleopatra's Barge has been a lively nightspot since it opened in 1970. What could be cooler than partying on this floating barge? When people get down on the dance floor it bobs around.  Insider tips: Speaking of walking, make sure you valet park at the hotel's main entrance when you arrive to check-in because the distance from the parking garage to the registration desk feels like a hike to Rome. Spend an afternoon at Qua Baths & Spa. Now there are too many treatments on the menu for us to suggest just one, but what we love is that as part of your visit you'll have access to the idyllic Roman baths, a laconium room, a tea lounge with a tea sommelier (who knew that existed?) and an Arctic ice room where - we kid you not - it snows. (You'll thank us for sending you here during the 100-plus-degree summer months.) Good to know: Navigating the ground floor of Caesars Palace - considering everything the resort has to offer and its winding layout - is a challenge. Hopefully, you've been doing some endurance training... just kidding, but be prepared to walk a lot. And because this place is so big, expect waits during peak times for checking in or out as well as for staff to get to your room if you should need something cleaned or fixed. There is valet and self-parking. Rates vary, so click here for details.

With high-profile bars, entertainment and eateries as well as shopping and golden sand, the massive Mandalay Bay tips the scales of fun to the south end of the Strip.  The vibe: Boasting a vast beachy layout, this one-stop has-it-all (including massive convention facilities) What we love: This pool area will impress even the snobbiest of beach freaks. Called Mandalay Beach, it spans a whopping 11.5 acres. In addition to three large pools, a lazy river and tons of white sand, there's a 1.6-million-gallon wave pool where the surf's always up.  If you're looking to explore the depths of the ocean check out the Shark Reef Aquarium at Mandalay Bay that features a wide variety of reptiles and aquatic animals as well as hands-on shark and turtle feeds for an extra fee.  Insider tips: Because this resort is all about the water vibes, why not have the most luxurious bath of your life by getting a room with one of their massive tubs and stopping by Lush in The Shoppes at Mandalay Place to stock up on colorful bath bombs, bubbles, and oils to make bath time a work of art.  Good to know: Remember that awesome pool we told you about above, well, it closes during winter (usually from November to February). Being a mid-range, upmarket hotel, you'll pay more for rooms here...but don't expect luxury amenities. The standard deluxe rooms are spacious at about 550 square feet and come with a 42-inch flat-screen TV as well as a 15-inch one in the bathroom. But there's no refrigerator (just a minibar with sensors that charge you if you move anything). Keep in mind if you book a non-smoking room and light up in here, you'll be charged a hefty cleaning fee at checkout. Your best bet is to smoke downstairs in the casino or neighboring bars.   The cardio room at Mandalay Bay is small for such a huge resort but you'll get a lot of exercise just from walking around. Location-wise, Mandalay Bay sits on the southernmost end of the Strip (it's not in the heart of the action). Many visitors like the remote location, but if you need to get to showrooms and restaurants at other hotels, make sure you leave well in advance. If you don't have a car, there are Deuce/RTC bus stops in front of the resort. Use those to get anywhere you want to go. There's also a fully enclosed (and air-conditioned) walkway between Luxor and Excalibur.

Themed as an island paradise (and a Jimmy Buffett outpost) and located on the busiest intersection of the Strip, the Flamingo is replete with entertainment, good eats, and pink flamingos. The vibe: Fabulously pink with a bright, tropical attitude. What we love: Right next to the wildlife habitat is the kind of pool you could spend the majority of your Vegas trip at (as long as you don't come in winter when it's closed). Not only are there palms trees and lush greenery everywhere your eyes can see, but the main pool is interconnected to lagoon areas, a waterslide and cascading waterfall. Factor in the hot tubs and modest-sized deck (with lounge chairs that get claimed quickly, so you may want to spring for a cabana here) and you've got a chill vibe that's more friendly than clubby as well as fun for all ages. It's hard to do better location-wise than the Flamingo. The rooms are reasonably priced especially considering you're steps away from elite resorts and attractions like the Fountains at Bellagio, the High Roller observation wheel, the Eiffel Tower Viewing Deck and The Forum Shops at Caesars Palace. Insider tips: Snap a photo at Bugsy Siegel's memorial. It's located between the wildlife habitat and the pools, just outside the wedding chapel. Look for a stone pillar and bronze plaque set amid a beautiful garden. This marks the site of the original hotel (knocked down in 1993). Don't wait to check out. When lines are long, you'll often spot a roving ambassador at the Flamingo with the ability to check you out on an iPad. The only down side: You won't get your receipt immediately. You'll have to wait until it's emailed to you. Use the Flamingo's north doors when you're going to The LINQ Promenade. Otherwise you'll have to walk out onto the Strip. Trust us, you want to avoid the river of people that flows along the sidewalk here. Nothing beats the direct access you have from the resort's side entrance. Good to know: The Flamingo opened in 1946. We're telling you this for two reasons. One: That's really cool historically. Two: Despite the age of the building, you'll find that many of the rooms and amenities are newly upgraded and perfectly contemporary. Remember how we mentioned that this hotel was built in 1946...well, being constructed back then means that you'll find low ceilings in the casino compared to those at newer properties. If you start to feel overwhelmed or closed in while gambling, stroll over to the Margaritaville Casino. The doors are open to the Strip so it feels roomier and the ventilation is better.  The Flamingo has a dedicated seven-story parking garage -- used for both valet and self-parking. On busy weekends it can fill up. When this happens, valet parking may be restricted to registered guests and Caesars Rewards club members. What shows and concerts are playing at the Flamingo?: Shows playing at the Flamingo include: RuPaul's Drag Race Live!, Piff the Magic Dragon, X Burlesque, and Wayne Newton: Up Close and Personal. What is there to do at the Flamingo? : There is the Wildlife Habitat filled with the hotel's signature flamingos. There is also the neighboring LINQ Promenade, filled with shops and restaurants and the High Roller Observation Wheel. What makes the Flamingo unique?: Few resorts on the Las Vegas Strip have a mascot to compliment their name, let alone a flock. But the Flamingo has an abundance of, well, flamingos located in their Wildlife Habitat.

The "City of Light" meets the city of sin at Paris Las Vegas. The centrally-located, Parisian-themed hotel boasts a replica Eiffel Tower, a mock Arc de Triomphe and French restaurants mixed with Las Vegas shows and nightclub. The vibe: Charming, France without the language barrier, faux French architecture What we love: Location, location, location. Paris is centrally located right in the heart of the Strip near Las Vegas Boulevard and Flamingo Road, which means it's really easy to walk to several other tourist attractions and major hotels nearby. Mon Ami Gabi has been a Las Vegas favorite for years and they pioneered the art of outdoor dining on the Strip. The charming French restaurant serves escargots, steak frites, onion soup and offers a nice wine selection, but the real highlight is the outdoor patio overlooking Las Vegas Boulevard. It's one of the best people-watching spots in town and there's a great view of the Bellagio Fountains across the street. The Eiffel Tower is one of the world's most famous landmarks and while Paris Las Vegas' replica is about half the size of the original, it's still an impressive attraction. Cross Le Pont Alexandre III, step into the beautiful glass elevator, and ride to the top of the tower, which boasts spectacular views of the Fountains of Bellagio, the Strip and the outlying city.  Temperamental celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay has several restaurants around town, but we think his Gordon Ramsay Steak, a London-themed restaurant at Paris Las Vegas, is the best. The signature dish that everyone raves about is the beef Wellington, but if you don't want anything that extravagant, you can also get Ramsay's famous fish and chips. Insider tips: Paris and the adjacent Bally’s hotel share a parking garage. The two properties are also connected via a walkway filled with shops so you can easily go back and forth between the two hotels and enjoy the amenities of both. Good to know: Paris Las Vegas really tries to give you an authentic Parisian experience, right down to the cobblestone streets. The uneven flooring that mimics cobblestones throughout the shopping area and parts of the casino can be a bit tricky to walk on – especially if you have your clubbing heels on. What shows and concerts are playing at the Paris? : The Paris Las Vegas has no shows available currently but it has plenty of natural ambiance to enjoy. What is there to do at the Paris?: Catch breathtaking views of the Las Vegas Strip and beyond with a trip to The Eiffel Tower Viewing Deck. What makes the Paris unique?: Standing tall on the Las Vegas skyline is Paris' signature Eiffel Tower replica and hot air balloon.