We recognize that some of the most important features of selecting a property for your meetings are location, ease of planning, flexibility and quality customer service. Harrah’s Las Vegas’ location can’t be beat, and our approach to customer service is second to none in the hospitality industry. As Wendy Farrow with Toastmasters International said, “Harrah’s Las Vegas is committed to service. The entire team was obliging, helpful and efficient. If I needed something, someone was there before I could even turn around. I would highly recommend Harrah’s Las Vegas to anyone.”
Our location is one of the best in town. On the Las Vegas Strip, in the heart of it all, you will find us. After a busy day of meetings your attendees will find all of the entertainment, food, and action they could want all within footsteps.
Our 25,000 square feet of dedicated meeting space is all in the same spot, so you can keep everything and more importantly everyone all together. And even better yet, it’s on the 2nd floor, so your attendees can take the elevator from their rooms directly to their meeting. For you, this means they should never get lost or be late.
We have a designated team of Conference Service professionals to assist you with the entire meeting planning process. From beginning to end they will be there to guide you through the process and ensure the success of your meeting. They will help you select your menus, ensure proper room and audio/visual set-up and even work with you to plan your entertainment.
Flexibility is the name of our game. If you want to plan a large pool party, or want to use a restaurant for lunch, or maybe reserve a hospitality area for your VIP’s to gather, we can do that.
Our location, flexibility and customer service is what makes Harrah’s Las Vegas the place of choice for meeting planners. Experience all Harrah’s has to offer so you can say what Marlena Cardenas with QUMAS had to say, “If I could have my way, all of our conferences would be held at Harrah’s. It is still, by far, the BEST conference we have had and we are STILL receiving rave reviews from attendees.”
Spend a night at Imperial Palace and you’ll understand why our guests use the word comfortable. Imperial Palace Las Vegas is a resort situated on 41 acres, just ten minutes from the Las Vegas Convention Center and eight minutes from McCarran International Airport
May 20, 2013
Heath G, Gurnee, Illinois, United States | Trip type: Couples
My wife and I are in our mid 40's, active and like to have a good time. The paris offers a great pool atmosphere that we enjoyed (not like the...
My wife and I are in our mid 40's, active and like to have a good time. The paris offers a great pool atmosphere that we enjoyed (not like the crazy party at Flamingo). We are Total Rewards members (Platinum) and not sure if that makes a difference but the front desk was extremely friendly and helpful. Food and snacks were pricey but we kind of expected that. Overall a very good place to stay. « less
May 20, 2013
Monet F, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada | Trip type: Family
We took my mother-in-law to Vegas for her 75th birthday, apron arriving she shut her finger in the cab door, we ran inside to the concierge to get some ice...
We took my mother-in-law to Vegas for her 75th birthday, apron arriving she shut her finger in the cab door, we ran inside to the concierge to get some ice or something to stop the swelling, he didn't do anything! We ran around trying to get some help and finally went to the center bar and got some ice. Finally a security person came to us but was more interested in what kind of report we wanted to file. We didn't care about any report because it was not the hotels fault! We just wanted some assistance in getting her some relief! Along came the so called medic who produced a bandaid out of his pocket, wow thanks. My husband proceeded to check us on explaining the urgency of us getting to our room and they unsympatheticly told us we needed to pay $15 a room for early check in. After a long debate we were given keys to a stinky smoking room, I returned to the front desk to ask for another room explaining the circumstances and we were given new rooms, the keys didn't work and it took me 3 trips to the desk to get them straightened out, and 2 more trips to the desk over the next 3 days to get them fixed again! The rooms we were given were dirty and old, very disappointing, as we have had a very enjoyable stay at this property before. Other than the very nice casino clean up lady that was kind and helpful, not one person did anything to help or sympathize with my mother-in-law, she is the sweetest person on earth and deserved much better. Also on our last day we went to the Sugar Factory for dinner and waited for 40 minutes to be seated, we were the first in line and as about 25 people gathered behind us the 4 hostesses informed us that they couldn't seat us as they had no servers yet! Hello it's 5:00 on Friday you would think to staff your establishment, we were finally seated on the lounge were I must say the food was great, we go to Vegas about 3-4 times a year but I will never stay in the Paris hotel again « less
“Another Great trip to Paris...In Las Vegas.”
May 19, 2013
calinn_13, Walnut Creek, California | Trip type: Couples
My wife and I stayed at Paris Las Vegas on May 17-19. We like to go every two months or so. We usually stay at Paris or Planet Hollywood (...
My wife and I stayed at Paris Las Vegas on May 17-19. We like to go every two months or so. We usually stay at Paris or Planet Hollywood ( We get Comped everything from Caesars Entertainment ). This trip we had a red Room Petite Suite on the 25th floor. Nice size for the two of us. The room was clean and ready when we checked in. Check-in was very fast( we arrived at 5:3-pm) and there was no one in the lobby. However 30 minutes later the lobby was booked with people checking in. Paris was very busy but than again we did come for the weekend, so no surprises there. Gambling was decent. Lost only 60%, so not bad, lol. Great place to stay and play, especially if you can get comped. Location is wonderful. Bellagio Lake across the street and of course it's right on The Strip. « less
May 19, 2013
ac1075, Fort Lauderdale, Florida | Trip type: Couples
Paris Las Vegas was beautiful. I have been to Vegas quite a few times staying at other hotels(Venetian, Palazzo,Luxor and Mandalay Bay) and I have to say that this one...
Paris Las Vegas was beautiful. I have been to Vegas quite a few times staying at other hotels(Venetian, Palazzo,Luxor and Mandalay Bay) and I have to say that this one has to be one of my favorites and I'll definately return there my next visit to Vegas. Rooms were clean, quite and the staff was friendly. The best thing of all there are no resort fees. « less
“Wedding and hotel stay at the Paris in Las Vegas”
May 19, 2013
nzgem, Los Angeles, California | Trip type: Couples
Our view from our room was amazing. We got married at the Paris in Las Vegas and the Chapel was outstanding. the the best part of the stay the customer...
Our view from our room was amazing. We got married at the Paris in Las Vegas and the Chapel was outstanding. the the best part of the stay the customer service by the chapel employees was also amazing. French Buffet food was very good, pricey pricey though $42.00 per person for dinner. Could only afford to enjoy that one time.
Customer service the rest of the stay sucked. We waited to check in for what seemed forever. i have a disability and was literally holding onto my then boyfriend and balancing on my cane trembling. When our turn came up in the line we began to walk over to what we perceived to be an open line and was stopped short by the rep with a curt palm up to tell us he was servicing a different line...which was empty. I don't even care about that as much as put some chairs against the walls for disabled folks to sit until their turn comes up in line, esp after having driven 5 hrs to get there.
Room service on our wedding day. We ordered blueberry pancakes and an omelette with a pot of coffee. They got the pancakes wrong and sent buttermilk...well my husband was not happy he wanted his blueberry pancakes on his last morning as a single man. When we called room service we were rudely told that they would take off the charge for the blueberries, but the not the pancakes and they would not give us a time when we would have the blueberry pancakes.
Longer story short they finally admitted after 30 plus more minutes of waiting for the food and after our calling them again they did not have the blueberry batter for the pancakes and had to send out for it....So why didn't they say that in the first place instead of subjecting us to their silliness over the darn blueberries and rudeness because they didnt call us to tell us they did not have blueberry batter from the beginning?
Finally, over 1 1/2 hr later and multilple calls to room service he got his pancakes. They did remove the TOTAL charge of the breakfast from the bill, but we had to ask for them not to charge for the pancakes 4 times and to spoke with 1 supervisor and 1 manager to explain that they were screwing up our wedding morning with this crap over the stupid pancakes. My poor husband was hungry and had to split my breakfast (which he did not want) with me. When his pancakes finally came he had to rush through them and did not finish them because of the time.
And finally the icing on the cake. We are not quite sure when this happened, but one of my $150 flat irons was stolen out of my bag! We did not discover that is was missing until we got home to unpack...it took us a few days to unpack and the flat iron was packed securely in the bag....yes I'm sure... a woman getting married checks and double checks and triple checks for her flat iron on her wedding trip. The last time it was seen was when I was packing it back in my bag after having my hair curled before the ceremony. It was unplugged, cooled and repacked. We did not have room service that day because of the wedding, but we did have room service the next day when we went out to another concert.
So disappointing. The great stuff mentioned initially is great, but I would not go back for that kind of mistreatment and customer service or lack there of again.
Overall our trip was amazing as we got married in a fabulous chapel and the overall event was memorable. But boy am I pissed about my flat iron!!! « less
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Measuring a spacious 760 square feet, this suite has 1 king bed with triple sheeting. The sitting area includes a couch, chairs, and a coffee table, while the wet bar includes a compact refrigerator. An armoire opens to reveal a TV with pay movies and video games (surcharge). Wireless Internet access is available for a surcharge. The marble bathroom provides a bidet, twin sinks, and a separate shower and bathtub.
Measuring 390 square feet, this guestroom has 1 king or 2 queen beds with triple sheeting. Some of these rooms offer views of central Las Vegas. An armoire opens to reveal a TV with pay movies and video games (surcharge). Wireless Internet access is available for a surcharge, and the room comes with a fridge. The marble bathroom provides twin sinks and a separate shower and bathtub.
Red Room Luxury
Located on the hotel's highest floors, these guestrooms measure 390 square feet. Each room has 1 king bed with triple sheeting. The sitting area features a sofa shaped like puckered lips and a refrigerator. The 42-inch plasma TV comes with video games (surcharge) and pay movies. An iPod docking station is bedside. Wireless Internet access is available for a surcharge. Renovated in 2012.
Luxury Room 2 Queen Beds
Two Queen Beds
Wireless Internet access (surcharge) keeps you connected, and the video-game console and pay movies are offered for your entertainment. You can request an in-room massage. A refrigerator is provided. You will have a separate bathtub and shower, as well as complimentary toiletries, a hair dryer, and a makeup/shaving mirror. A safe, a desk, and a wake-up call service are among the conveniences offered.
Measuring 390 square feet, this guestroom has 1 king or 2 queen beds with triple sheeting. Some of these rooms offer views of central Las Vegas. An armoire opens to reveal a TV with pay movies and video games (surcharge), and the room has a fridge. Wireless access is available for a surcharge. The marble bathroom provides twin sinks and a separate shower and bathtub.
Red Room Premier
Located on the hotel's highest floors, these guestrooms command views of the Eiffel Tower and the pool. Each room has 1 king bed with triple sheeting. The sitting area features a sofa shaped like puckered lips and a fridge. The 42-inch plasma TV comes with video games (surcharge) and pay movies. An iPod docking station is bedside. Wireless Internet access is available for a surcharge. Renovated in 2012.
Amenities - Paris Las Vegas
Baby facilities in room
Baggage storage facilities
Breakfast in room
Credit card accepted: Mastercard/Visa
Credit card accepted: American Express
Credit card accepted: Discover
Electronic key card
Facilities for the disabled
Fitness and health center
Internet - ethernet
Movies in room
24 hours opened
Office or business center
Office in room available
Private bathroom in room
Private car parking
Private garden grounds
Radio in room
24 hours room service
Safe in rooms
Self controlled heating/cooling system
Shows or evening entertainment
Swimming pool - outdoor
Tea and coffee making facilities
Sorry, pets are not allowed.
Airport & Shuttle Information - Paris Las Vegas
LAS is the closest airport - roughly a 15 minute drive.
Airport Shuttle? Sorry, no airport shuttle available.
Local Shuttle Info: An Airport Shuttle is available to the Hotel. It is about $7.50 one way, or $12.00 with a roundtrip ticket purchased in advance.
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Previously Known As: Bally's, Bally's / Paris, Caesars Palace Las Vegas, Paris