The Paris Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada, does its best to maintain a theme centered around the city from which it derives its name. From its 540-foot replica of the Eiffel tower to its structural similarities to specific theatres, restaurants, and museums, it’s quite impressive.
But what’s the parking situation like at Paris and what does it cost to park?
If you want to park at Paris, you have a choice between valet or self-parking.
UPDATE: November 1, 2020 - Paid parking is making a return to the Las Vegas Strip. Caesars Entertainment has begun charging for parking again at the majority of their properties unless you are a registered guest or a local with a valid Nevada drivers license. MGM Resorts properties and many other casinos on the Strip continue to offer free parking for the time being.
Here are the Parking Rates at Paris Las Vegas:
- 1st Hour – Free
- 1 – 4 Hours – $9
- 4 – 24 Hours – $12
- Every 24 hours later – $15
Although the prices might seem high, they’re actually pretty similar to other Vegas casino parking garages in town. There is a way to save money and get free parking at Paris (keep reading).
There are even some free places to park near Paris we’ll talk about below if you don’t mind a bit of a walk.
(To find out where you can park for free all up and down the Las Vegas Strip check out our free parking guide and map here)
Table of Contents
- 1 Paris Las Vegas
- 2 Self-Parking Cost at the Paris Las Vegas Hotel
- 3 The Self-Parking Garage at Paris, Las Vegas
- 4 Tips for Self-Parking at Paris
- 5 How to Get Free Parking at Paris, Las Vegas
- 6 How to Pay for Parking at Paris
- 7 Valet Parking at Paris, Las Vegas
- 8 Free Parking Near Paris, Las Vegas
- 9 Conclusion
- 10 Parking Rates at Other Popular Las Vegas Hotels & Casinos
Paris Las Vegas
Paris Las Vegas has just over 95,000 square feet of casino space and around 2,900 rooms. Despite its smaller average capacity compared to some of the other big resorts on the Strip, it has a lovable charm and is one of the most popular properties in town owned by Caesars Entertainment.
The Paris shares a seven-story parking garage with another Caesars-owned hotel, Bailey’s Las Vegas. Guests who stay or visit at either property have equal access to this parking structure based on their fixed rates for valet and self-parking.
When you stay at the Paris hotel, you can choose how, when, and where you want to park. Let’s check out the best prices and deals for the next time that you’re visiting Paris in Las Vegas.
(You can check current room rates at Paris here)
Self-Parking Cost at the Paris Las Vegas Hotel
If you decide that you want to park your vehicle for an hour at the Paris parking garage, you can do so for free. However, it’s unlikely that you’ll get inside, explore and be ready to leave in an hour.
If you’re having a good time and you want to stay a little bit longer, you’re going to have to pony up for parking. Again, here are the current self-parking prices for Paris, Las Vegas:
- 1st Hour – Free
- 1 – 4 Hours – $9
- 4 – 24 Hours – $12
- Every set of 24 hours after the first day – $15
Parking in the garage at the Paris hotel will cost almost everyone a fee. You can save money or completely cut out the price altogether if you look at the free parking section later in this article!
The Self-Parking Garage at Paris, Las Vegas
You’ll find the parking garage entrance near the big Paris hot air balloon when driving down the Strip.
- Address: 3655 Las Vegas Blvd S Luxor, Las Vegas, NV 89109, United States (google maps)
- Phone: 702-946-7000
The quickest way to find it is to click the google maps link after the address above on your phone and it’ll take you right there. Keep in mind that prices might increase during busy times of the year and are always subject to change, so call ahead if you’re concerned to verify current rates and conditions.
Fortunately, the parking lot is right next to the hotel, unlike many other hotels in Las Vegas. You can walk from your vehicle to the lobby in under five minutes. Consider using the valet service if you want to save even more time.
Tips for Self-Parking at Paris
If you haven’t been to Las Vegas before, the traffic on the Strip can get quite backed up at times. Vegas lives and breathes during the night, so you’ll be able to enjoy clear traffic most days before 2 PM.
Even so, navigating the streets can be an adventure in itself. Don’t worry, though; You’ll be able to get through the parking and payment processes quickly by following a handful of suggestions and reminders.
Here are a few tips to keep in mind:
- When you drive into the garage you’ll take a ticket from the machine. Take this ticket with you when you enter the hotel. Do not leave it on the dash.
- Make sure not to lose your parking ticket as you will be charged $30 or more in order to get out of the garage without a ticket proving how long you’ve been there.
- If you’re staying at the hotel, your parking fees will be charged automatically to your room bill.
- You can also use your room key to access other Caesars Entertainment properties without extra charges, so long as it’s for self-parking.
- The hotel assesses its parking fees daily. Rates are subject to changes throughout the year, especially during holidays.
How to Get Free Parking at Paris, Las Vegas
If you plan on visiting Paris or other Caesars properties frequently, you should check out the Caesars Rewards Card. It’ll save you money on all sorts of things, like the buffet, inside Caesars casinos including parking costs.
Caesars owns quite a few hotels and casinos around Las Vegas. The card will make your stay at the Paris hotel much easier, but it’ll also open up plenty of exciting new activities to try out.
One of the big benefits is free self-parking with your Caesars Rewards membership. Every dollar you spend at a Caesars property will add credit points to your card.
As your credits go up, so does your rewards level. In order to get free parking you’ll need to have reached one of the following membership tiers:
- Platinum level
- Diamond level
- Seven Stars level
People who haven’t reached one of these higher tiers will have to pay for self-parking.
The self-parking areas are located at the bottom levels of the garage to prevent traffic jams. The location also makes it easier for valet drivers to get around the area quicker.
How to Pay for Parking at Paris
Remember the ticket you got when you entered through the garage’s self-parking gate?
On the way out, there will be a small kiosk area. Slip the ticket into the machine and wait until it prints out the total cost. Slide your debit or credit card and pay for the ticket at the machine before you head out.
That’s all there is to it! The Paris hotel parking lot is as easy as it gets for guests and visitors alike.
Valet Parking at Paris, Las Vegas
After collecting your parking ticket at the valet area, you can hand over your car to the valet. Tipping before the valet leaves with your car is not a bad idea.
(Check out our complete Las Vegas Tipping Guide. Find out when to tip, who to tip and how much to tip while in Vegas in our tipping guide here)
When you’re ready to leave the hotel, your parking fees will form a part of your room bill if you’re a guest. Otherwise, you need to scan your ticket and pay via cash or card at the self-service kiosk or valet booth every time you take your car out of the hotel premises.
As with self-parking, people who are part of the Caesars Rewards program are offered complimentary valet parking if they are Platinum, Diamond, or Seven Stars members.
Here are the valet parking rates for non-Rewards members or if you haven’t reached the free parking tier levels yet:
- 0 – 2 hours – $15
- 2 – 4 hours – $20
- 4 – 24 hours – $24
- Every 24 hours later – $24
Free Parking Near Paris, Las Vegas
If you’re okay with a short walk, then you can enjoy free parking without any memberships at all. Here’s a list of four parking lots at varying distances nearby that offer complimentary parking with Planet Hollywood being the closest:
- Planet Hollywood: 3667 S Las Vegas Blvd (.4 miles approximately 8-minute walk)
- Tropicana: 3801 S. Las Vegas Blvd (1.1 miles approximately 22-minute walk)
- The Venetian: 3355 S. Las Vegas Blvd (.9 miles approximately 18-minute walk)
- Hooters (OYO Hotel & Casino): 115 E. Tropicana Ave (1.1 miles approximately 23-minute walk)
(Find out how to get free parking at all MGM properties (Bellagio, Luxor, Aria, Mirage, MGM Grand, etc.) in Las Vegas in our article here)
The Paris Hotel in Las Vegas has some of the most spectacular views paired with endless fun right on the Strip. Enjoy your vacation, knowing that you don’t have to stress out about parking.
Valet and self-parking are easy to use and the rates are not too expensive. If you want free parking, either join the Caesars Rewards program and start collecting points or park at nearby Planet Hollywood for free!
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