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Sugar Factory Is Gone At Paris Las Vegas

Where: 89109
February 23, 2015 at 5:30 PM | by | Comments (22)

The photo you get when we don't catch the light as hoped.

The sugar high has worn off for Paris Las Vegas.

The Sugar Factory has closed at the center Strip resort with a VegasChatter reader spotting its departure over the weekend. The signage has already been ripped off the venue's exterior.

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Le Central At Paris To Get A Swank New Look

Where: 3655 Las Vegas Boulevard [map], 89109
January 13, 2015 at 11:39 AM | by | Comments (7)

Details are light aside from the headline (and, when we say "light," we mean non-existent), but Le Central at Paris is in for a complete redesign.

Renderings reveal the casino bar's current look, featuring ornate ironwork and a huge column-supported dome (shown above), will give way to a modern Parisian design (spitballin' here on potential press release copy) boasting unrestricted views of the action surrounding it, comfortable bar and lounge seating, playfully oversized lamps, and the eye-catching whimsy of twinkling chandeliers that will seem to float in midair. (Feel free to use any of that, Caesars.)

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Caesars Entertainment Enacts One-Price-Fits-All Resort Fee

Where: 89109
November 11, 2014 at 5:16 PM | by | Comments (49)

What a difference a year makes. After a shocking reversal on resort fees in 2013, Caesars Entertainment is now hiking the charges at six of its Vegas properties, instituting the same flat rate at all its Strip resorts.

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No (Formal) Shirt Or Shoes? You'll Still Get (Bottle) Service Here

Where: 3655 Las Vegas Blvd. S. [map], 89109
September 24, 2014 at 3:02 PM | by | Comments (3)

The LMFAO song “Sexy And I Know It” was awesome for many of its one-liners, not least of all the gem, “no shirt, no shoes and I still get service!” Chateau Nightclub at Paris, or more specifically its rooftop party pad known as The Deck, is embracing a variation of this song lyric. While you still have to wear a shirt and shoes, it’s not the typical Vegas club dress code. Jeans, flip flops and T-shirts are A-okay. Tank tops for men are welcome as well.

While new to Vegas, this writer was just beginning to wrap her head around the nightclub clothing culture eight or nine years ago when a group of friends tried to get into the now defunct Tangerine lounge at TI. I knew flip flops were a no-no and I wore a dress just to be safe. I watched my guy friends go into a mild panic when the group of men in front of them was turned away for lack of proper footwear. We regrouped and hatched a plan to have one guy (in proper shoes) enter with a girl with a big purse and then she would ferry the pair of shoes back out to the next guy (in flip flops) so we could get our whole group inside. This eventually sounded as ridiculous to us as it likely sounds to you and we just decided to go elsewhere. Unfortunately, this dress code issue can become a real impediment in Vegas, especially when you want to visit a club on the fly and simply don’t have the right clothes on, even if you do know the “rules.”

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From The Resort Fee Department: Increases And The Disappearance Of An Opt-Out

August 5, 2014 at 3:02 PM | by | Comments (24)

It's been almost a month since our last resort fees story so, you know, it's time. And, not to disappoint, we have updates for you from both sides of The Strip.

The first came to us from VegasChatter tipster Duane D. who writes:

I just booked a room at Harrah’s through Expedia and found out later that they will want another $24.64 PER DAY up from the $18.00 shown on your list. This is a big rip off so I will (be) cancelling the room until they smarten up.

It is not the costs that is the problem, but to quote one price and then virtually double it for very dubious reasons makes it unethical. Even if they have covered their themselves legally, which they have, does not make it right. Whatever happened to the theory of just getting people there and then hosing them in the casinos – we all know that happens and are prepared for it but to expect more in other ways is just too much.Good luck to them.

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A Noodle House Will Open At Paris In Late July (Or Early August)

Where: 89109
June 26, 2014 at 1:38 PM | by | Comments (0)

After we rode up the Eiffel Tower last month, we ambled around the faux cobblestone streets of Paris Las Vegas and discovered a construction wall for a new restaurant, Yong Kang Street, a dumpling and noodle house. We snapped this pic and meant to follow-up but then got distracted by some other big restaurant news.

However, yesterday we heard back from HIG Management, the folks behind F.A.M.E. at The Linq and several other restaurants, about when the spot will open. Get your chopsticks ready as they are targeting a late July/early August debut.

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How To Vegas Like Mindy Kaling

June 25, 2014 at 9:34 PM | by | Comments (0)

The VegasChatter corporate offices went on high alert when actress/producer/writer Mindy Kaling indicated on social media that a Vegas trip was imminent. It's always interesting to see what a celebrity will do in Sin City and usually pretty (although, for most, unintentionally) entertaining, too.

While Prince Harry still holds the honor of cheekiest visit to date, Mindy kept fans enthralled through a constant stream of social media updates. After following (obsessively) along, here's a quick guide on how to do Vegas, Kaling style:

1. Pack the appropriate essentials.

Vegas dress? Check. Bling? Check. Multiple bathing suits? Check.

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VegasChatter Questions: Suggestions For Seniors in Sin City

June 16, 2014 at 6:54 PM | by | Comments (24)

Time for another VegasChatter Question! This one comes from Richard B. who needs help planning the perfect Vegas vacation with friends. Do you have a question about Vegas, too? We bet you do. Send it to us and you just might see it here on VegasChatter!

Hi guys and gals, I am coming August 17th to get married, staying at MGM for 15 nights. We are from the UK, a group of oldies aged 50 and upwards. Can anyone recommend places to visit, shows, restaurants? Also have not booked a place to get wed yet, so any recommendations for that? Thanks."

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The 'Locks of Love' at Paris Las Vegas Won't Break Any Bridges Anytime Soon

June 10, 2014 at 4:23 PM | by | Comments (0)

Last month, when we rode up the Eiffel Tower at Paris Las Vegas, we noticed something a little, well, hokey before we boarded the elevator. Yes, we know this is Vegas where hokey-ness reigns supreme. And, yes, we know we were standing in a cheap imitation of the real city of Paris. The sight still had this Chatter'er rolling her eyes, though.

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While The Strip Is Changing, Which Three Casinos Are Stuck In The Past?

May 29, 2014 at 1:51 PM | by | Comments (28)

This year, things are really moving on The Strip. The Cromwell and High Roller are off and running, Bally’s is getting Bazaar, and room renovations are (finally) underway at The Quad. And, that’s just center Strip. There’s action at the ends of The Strip as well; rooms are being revealed at The Delano and Resorts World is taking steps towards reality.

In all the excitement, it’s easy to forget about those places that haven’t changed. Here at VegasChatter, we’re keeping track. We think it’s time the three casino-hotels listed below wake from their slumbers and give us something to get excited about.

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The Eiffel Tower vs. The High Roller: Which One Should You Choose?

May 20, 2014 at 4:58 PM | by | Comments (17)

When riding the High Roller last month at The Linq, we couldn't help but wonder if the views of Las Vegas and beyond were really that exclusive, especially when the Eiffel Tower at Paris has been giving the same sort of views for the past 15 years.

So we rode up the Eiffel Tower the other week to do a bit of comparison.

· The Eiffel Tower costs $14 for an adult ticket. The High Roller is $24.95 during the day and $34.95 from 6 p.m. on. Winner: Eiffel Tower

· The Eiffel Tower is pretty straightforward. Ride up an elevator and, voila!, viewing time. The High Roller puts you through an elaborate boarding process before you get to even step into the observation wheel pods. Winner: Eiffel Tower

· The Eiffel Tower lets you make your own time. You can hang out as long or as little as you want. The High Roller traps keeps you in the pod for about 30 minutes. Winner: Eiffel Tower (Unless you hook up in the pod then: High Roller)

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Drunk In Love With Vegas

March 18, 2014 at 3:30 PM | by | Comments (2)

The grandeur of Vegas can jade people pretty quickly, one thing after another raising the bar and making incredibly cool things seem mundane. But, nothing rekindles appreciation like a long night of drinking. Or, so we've heard. After indulging in a few during a recent bachelor party weekend, this writer found himself intoxicated in with Vegas. Here were a few of my favorite sights:

Go-Go Dancers at Flamingo

Strolling past beautiful women in Vegas is nothing new, but for some reason, I couldn't resist the moving bodies I saw out of the corner of my eye while passing the Flamingo. Like a bug to a light, my shoulders turned, slowly closing the distance and stopping to stand in the entryway, my left shoulder on the edge of the doorway. Careful: Limit staring to five minutes, lest you draw attention from security or, worse, fall in love.

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