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The 24-acre Paris Hotel & Casino opened in 1999 with 2,916 rooms. The hotel tower design is a replica of the Hôtel de Ville in Paris. The incredible landmarks throughout the resort include the Arc de Triomphe and facades of the Paris Opera House and the Louvre museum. The resort's signature replica is a 540 foot high replica of the 984 foot high Eiffel Tower. There visitors can dine in a gourmet restaurant high above The Strip or ride in a glass elevator that travels at 350 feet per minute to an observation deck 50 stories above the city.

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Paris at NightThe Paris and Ballys with Bellagio Lake in the foreground. Jeff & GriselJeff and Grisel with the Eiffel Tower in the background as viewed from the Bellagio Lake.
Eiffel TowerThe 50-story, half-scale replica of the original Eiffel Tower in Paris constructed from Gustav’s original plans. Unlike the real Eiffel Tower, the replica is both fireproof and earthquake proof. Arc de TriompheThe two-thirds size replica of the Arc de Triomphe de l'Etoile, the world's largest triumphal arch.
Paris’ hot-air balloonParis’ hot-air balloon, the Eiffel Tower and the Alladin, Paris' next door neighbor. Paris Opera HouseThe replica of the Paris Opera House located to the right of the Eiffel Tower base.
Le BoulevardAlicia, Wayne, Amanda, Jiles, Melanie and Jeff at Le Boulevard. Le BoulevardLe Boulevard, a quaint cobblestone street full of boutiques and cafes offering more than 31,500 square feet of retail space.
The Casino Beneath a mural of the Parisian sky are the 100 tables and well over 2,000 slot machines of the Paris Casino. The CasinoJiles, Jeff, Melanie, Amanda, Alicia & Wayne at the Paris Casino.
The CasinoAll 85,000 square feet of the casino sit among street scenes of Paris, including cobblestone pathways, ornate street signs and a replica of The Pont Alexandre III — a picturesque bridge overlooking the casino and shops. There's also a 40-foot ceiling painted to resemble the Parisian sky. Rainforest Cafe BenchRainforest Cafe Bench near the entrance to the monorail. The free mile-long monorail connects Bally's and Paris Las Vegas to the MGM Grand.



All Pictures are Copyright © 2002 Grisel Gonzalez, Jeff Prosise & Jiles McCoy

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