Are you in Paris or Las Vegas? Ride to the peak of the 50-story replica of the Eiffel Tower in the glass elevators and ... More
Are you in Paris or Las Vegas? Ride to the peak of the 50-story replica of the Eiffel Tower in the glass elevators and you'll find you're in both places at once! At the observation deck on top, you will behold a breathtaking view of the Las Vegas Strip from 540 feet (165 meters) up. The 11th-floor Eiffel Tower Restaurant is formal dining at its finest; reservations are necessary. Tickets are available at the Tower.
If you're afraid of height then I don't recommend going to the top. I am usually not afraid of heights, but I got a little freaked out on the elevator ride up, but the view at the top was amazing!! I wouldn't go to the top again, I think its a one time experience thing.
What i loved about t was at night you can see everything! its breath taking when the Fountains are going off at the BALLAGIO! it looks higher then you think LOL! its a NON SMOKING area due to safety reggulations. Bring your cameras! you'll want to take many many pictures & Videos! The space up there isnt as big as THE SPACE NEEDLE IN SEATTLE WASHINGTON. its pretty crowded, but othere then that everything was Breath Taking! Enjoy!
THe view was a good one of the strip--best to visit this attraction at night. Although it is right across the street from the Bellagio's Fountain, you can't really hear the music that accompanys the fountains. Its a 5 -10 minute attraction at the top, snap a couple of pictures and thats pretty much it.
Not worth the $9 per person, worth maybe $4 per person.
Very cool atmosphere outside and inside, albeit a bit noisy because the tables are close. The window wall has stunning views of the Strip and the Bellagio fountains, especially at night. Made reservations months ago and they were promptly honored. But, that's about the best I can give for this restaurant. I know it's Vegas. But $14.95 for one ordinary Tanquray & Tonic? I got the exact same drink in an identical glass in the casino downstairs for $8.50 -- free if I was playing the slots. $44.00 for 5oz of filet mignon; $46.00 for a 7oz bone-in Ribeye? And that's just the meat. $6.00 for a single portion of potatoes and mushrooms… each. So… two people, two dinners from the menu, two sides, one shared dessert, no drinks of any kind -- $144.00. Sorry, go to Del Frisco’s or Charlie Palmer’s Steakhouse. Oh, and another thing, the elegance of the restaurant and black tie staff is lost because they don’t enforce a dress code. Come on, jeans and t-shirts during dinner? Guys in tank tops at the bar? This seriously diminishes the experience. -- DD
Well, I haven`t been to Paris so when I was in Vegas, I didn`t want to miss the opportunity to go up. I found the fee 9 dollars a little bit expensive as we were 4 people but the view kind of worth it. We watched the Bellagio Fountains from up there and it was one of the best things I have ever seen. As for the negative things, we had to wait half an hour to go up and when we were finally up there, the place was overcrowded. I hardly found a spot for myself to enjoy the view. Well, to sum up besides all the negative things, it is something you need to experience when you are in Vegas!
Most people think the best view of the Strip is from the Stratosphere, but I like the view from the Eiffel Tower at the Paris just as well. It's in the middle of the Strip and overlooks the Bellagio Fountains, lending a sense of immediacy that the Stratosphere lacks with its stunning height and position at the north end of the Strip. In addition, the doors of the elevator are glass, making the trip up to the top a bit of an adventure, as well. The Stratosphere gives you a longer view, of course, and without wire mesh obstructing it, but the Eiffel Tower is only $9 on weekdays and doesn't require you to travel to the far north end of the Strip, plus the Paris is a very nice resort and is near some of the most beautiful properties on the Strip. I recommend both towers, but if you have no other reason to go as far north as the Stratosphere and have limited time and/or funds, the Eiffel Tower is worth the time and money. Two thumbs up!
We sat near the window and had a breathtaking view of Vegas. The prices were very high, for very little food, but the food was of exceptional quality. We are picky eaters and absolutely loved the food. It is nice to go here to getaway and have a romantic evening. The service is wonderful and they make you feel important.
You want to take some awesome shots of the Vegas landscape and marvel at this city of lights in the middle of the desert, this is the perfect place to do it. It was reasonable priced and offered gorgeous views of the town and especially the Bellagio Water Fountains.
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