The Eiffel Tower, a monumental half-size replica of the French icon connected to the Paris Hotel and Casino on the Strip, offers views of glowing neon signs and the dancing fountains of the Bellagio from a windy observation deck, plus the opportunity to dine on the finest French cuisine Las Vegas has to offer. C'est vrai!
Vegas visitors have two options for experiencing the re-creation of the Paris icon; ride a glass elevator to the 360-degree viewing deck 460 feet (140 meters) above Las Vegas Boulevard or book a table at the Eiffel Tower Restaurant with a view of the Bellagio fountains. For a romantic night out, combine dinner with a helicopter flight above the Strip. Free admission to the Eiffel Tower Experience is included with the Las Vegas Power Pass.
Things to Know Before You Go
- The Eiffel Tower Experience is a must for couples.
- Book your tickets ahead of time to avoid long lines at the ticket office.
- If you plan to dine at the restaurant, make reservations several months in advance.
- The elevator, restaurant, and observation deck are wheelchair accessible.
How to Get There
The Paris Hotel and Casino is situated on the Strip, and visitors have several convenient ways to get there. Take the Monorail to Bally’s/Paris Las Vegas station or hop on the Deuce or SDX Strip bus. There’s also a ride-share drop-off spot in front of the Eiffel Tower Paris box office.
When to Get There
The Eiffel Tower Experience is open all day. While tickets are more expensive in the evenings, it’s well worth the extra cost to take in the sight of an illuminated Las Vegas.
Best Observation Decks in Las Vegas
The Eiffel Tower represents one of several excellent viewing points on the Las Vegas Strip. While the Eiffel Tower offers some of the best views, the Tower Experience at the Stratosphere appeals to adrenaline junkies with several thrill rides and attractions. For a more dynamic view over Las Vegas, go for a ride on the High Roller, a 550-foot (168-meter) observation wheel at the LINQ Hotel.