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No. 15 Paris Las Vegas Hotel & Casino

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Replicas of the Arc de Triomphe, Champs-Élysées, and La Fontaine des Mers, naturally, plus a glass elevator that whisks you to the top of a half-size Eiffel Tower for views of the Bellagio fountains. Mon Ami Gabi’s ground-floor patio mimics a little Parisian brasserie, Le Cabaret offers traditional cabaret acts, and Napoleon’s serves perhaps the best selection of champagne—more than 100 labels. Go elsewhere for poker, but you’ll find reasonable table games ($5–10 minimums) at any time of the week, as well as a huge range of slots and a 200-seat sports book with plenty of televisions.

The Buzz: You’ll get to Gordon Ramsay’s first Vegas restaurant through a “chunnel” entrance (just as you’d cross to England from France). Dine under a restaurant-wide Union Jack mural on appropriate fare like British ale soup with Boddingtons Pub ale. parislasvegas.com

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No. 15 Paris Las Vegas Hotel & Casino

Replicas of the Arc de Triomphe, Champs-Élysées, and La Fontaine des Mers, naturally, plus a glass elevator that whisks you to the top of a half-size Eiffel Tower for views of the Bellagio fountains. Mon Ami Gabi’s ground-floor patio mimics a little Parisian brasserie, Le Cabaret offers traditional cabaret acts, and Napoleon’s serves perhaps the best selection of champagne—more than 100 labels. Go elsewhere for poker, but you’ll find reasonable table games ($5–10 minimums) at any time of the week, as well as a huge range of slots and a 200-seat sports book with plenty of televisions.

The Buzz: You’ll get to Gordon Ramsay’s first Vegas restaurant through a “chunnel” entrance (just as you’d cross to England from France). Dine under a restaurant-wide Union Jack mural on appropriate fare like British ale soup with Boddingtons Pub ale. parislasvegas.com

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