Ooh, la la: Paris Las Vegas hotel rooms get a snazzy makeover

Just when you thought Paris couldn’t get any sexier, well… it just did.

We love the Paris Las Vegas hotel rooms. For rooms with a view, you get amazing views of the Bellagio fountains. The location of the hotel itself is awesome since you’re in the middle of the Strip. But if you’ve seen a majority of the Paris Las Vegas rooms and suites before, let’s just say the rooms were a bit rustic. We’re talking the most remote cottage in the French countryside… in the 1800s. We’re sure folks appreciated these room details, but it was difficult to associate the sexiness and allure of Paris with the vibrant energy of the Las Vegas Strip. Until now.


The standard rooms, along with most of the suites, got a huge makeover. Forget huge, we’re talking massive. Patterned wallpaper. Funky mirrors. Spunky art. Bright pops of color. You’re just going to have to see it to believe it. Every revamped room and suite looks like a modern apartment we’d want for ourselves. The standard room is adorned in grey, white and pops of red. Even if you don’t pay too  much attention to interior design, it’s really hard not to notice once you’ve stepped into one of these beauties.

One of our personal favorites? The macaron art, seen in both the Charlemagne and Picardy suites, is pretty darn sweet. We also love the grey furnishings and bright magenta accents seen in Charlemagne and Picardy.

The renovated Paris Las Vegas suites can cost you a pretty penny: Prices start from $550 (for the Imperial suite) to $2,500 (for the St. Tropez). All suites have a living room / parlor area — that means they’re meant to be shown off. (Can we join the party?)

As part of Caesars Entertainment’s property-wide renovation, Paris Las Vegas, Harrah’s Las Vegas, Planet Hollywood and Caesars Palace’s Julius Tower rooms have a new and improved look. Paris Las Vegas recently renovated 148 rooms and suites. Designed by KNA Designs, the renovated rooms became open to the public about a month ago. Stay tuned for more room renovations this fall.

Check out other Las Vegas hotel room renovations and take a look at these new-and-improved Paris Las Vegas rooms.


Most folks take their Vegas jackpot winnings back home, but my dad decided to stay here instead. That’s how I left Seattle almost 20 years ago. I moved from greenery and rainy days to hot summers, palm trees and desert. As much as I love my hometown, I decided to stick around Vegas. This city just has so much to offer. You don’t even have to be a gambler, bar hopper or an all-night partier. I love Vegas for its awesome vegan-friendly spots, concerts, swanky hotel suites and spas so big, they’re like castles. The pool scene is not too shabby either, which is why I love taking stay-cations. Besides living it up -- Vegas style -- I’m hanging out with my handsome hubby, adorable baby girl, two cats and super-fluffy Shih-Tzu. I’m also a huge fan of '90s music, shows and movies. You can find me on Google+ and Twitter.