Paris Hotel

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  1. njmomtoone

    njmomtoone Mouseketeer

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    Looking to book a trip fo rmy boss. He would like to stay at Paris Hotel. Any pros/cons I should know?
     
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  3. Aimros

    Aimros Zip a dee doo dah!

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    Sorry! Thought you were talking about Paris France !HAHA
     
  4. VegasMike

    VegasMike Earning My Ears

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    Paris is a very nice resort in a great location. Beautiful view of the Bellagio across the street and in the middle of the south strip area so easy walking to other major attractions.
     
  5. njmomtoone

    njmomtoone Mouseketeer

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    Thanks. He is looking to go late January. What is the weather like?
     
  6. everylastbreath

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    We have stayed at Paris, LOVE IT- great location, nice rooms, love the shops, highly recommend it. We have also been there in January, weather is VERY unpredicable, we have been there in Jan when it's been 60/65, and been there when it's BEEN FREEZING, had to wear Northface Jackets, so I would say tell him LAYERS, expect either extremes. Love Vegas in the cooler weather, it's so easy to walk around everywhere, actually LOVE VEGAS in ANY WEATHER!!
     
  7. skiingfast

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    It is really tough to tell, I would expect a high of 70 and low of 30. It can change fast. I would just expect the temperatures to be at best mild and breezy. Don't expect desert heat.
     
  8. Pakey

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    I must be the only one who doesn't like the Paris hotel. I've stayed at all but 3 of the Strip hotels and Paris ranks near the bottom of the list for me. The casino/food is fine, not great, but the rooms were a real disappointment. And the noise we could hear from the neighboring rooms and the hallway was quite annoying. The location is good but I'd spend the extra bucks and stay at Caesar's if I wanted that location.

    Regarding weather: I live a few hours directly west of Las Vegas and we have similar weather. Most years, the daytime weather is decent (for me, I'd still need at least a light jacket) but the nights will be cool (need heavier jacket). Weather forecasts are usually pretty reliable.
     

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