1, 2, 3: Paris Las Vegas

Las Vegas gives guests what they want—round-the-clock revelry with a live-your-best-life attitude. We also give guests re-creations of global hot spots, and Paris Las Vegas is one such place. Opened just before the turn of the millennium, the property brings the City of Love to the Strip with famous landmarks and all: The Eiffel Tower, Arc de Triomphe and La Fontaine des Mers. Guests can stroll cobblestone streets and pass by Parisian-themed shops, eateries and fashion. To really get a taste of Paris, we’ve rounded up three of the property’s hot spots to live your best life when it comes to food, drink and fun.

1. Paris is notoriously known for rainfall—creating a dark, stormy and romantic palette for lovers. Reality TV star Lisa Vanderpump re-creates that scene inside her newest Las Vegas hot spot—Vanderpump á Paris. Guests are immediately drawn into another world, a Parisian courtyard with old-world charm and design. Take a seat at the marble-topped bar with crystal chandeliers and huge windows that look out over the Seine River and Eiffel Tower while water streams down the glass. (All this is simulation but oh, so real-looking that you’ll swear you left the Strip and magically appeared in the City of Lights.) Peruse a menu of bespoke cocktails with a Parisian spin, twists on classics and a selection of champagnes by the glass and Vanderpump’s line of spirits and rosés.

2. A favorite pastime of Parisians is sitting at an outdoor café, enjoying a fine wine or coffee, plates of delicious food and people watching. Now’s your chance to do as the Parisians do when you book a meal at Mon Ami Gabi. A longtime favorite of locals and tourists, this restaurant offers outdoor, Stripside seating (with perfect views of the Bellagio fountains show). This is where you can dine on popular French delicacies like mousse pâté, escargot, croque monsieur, steak frites and one of our favorite starters, a fresh French baguette and baked goat cheese. Yum! Bonus for oenophiles: Ask the strolling wine cart with rare vintages to make a stop by your table.

3. Old-world French charm envelops guests at Napoleon’s Lounge. Dark woods, roomy lounge chairs, twinkling chandeliers, gold accents, and black-and-white checkered floors help set the scene for a fun nightlife experience. While the décor might scream prim and proper, it’s a blast here when the dueling piano players take the stage Friday and Saturday evenings. Going head-to-head, they play all the hits, old and new, party classics and requests from the audience. Insider’s tip: Guests that love cigars should check out the lounge’s intimate cigar lounge, where you can purchase and puff on exclusive cigars while enjoying a classic cocktail like the French 75.

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