The best thing I can say about this hotel is the decor in the public areas like the lobby, etc. The economy rooms are shabby and seem really like a motel as far as decor. They are beaten hands down in room and public space decor by the Venetian, which offers similar is not cheaper prices for the same type of room. We go to Las Vegas every year. We have stayed so much at the Venetian, we wanted to see what Paris was like, even though you can see clearly the differences between the two hotels just by looking at the photos of the rooms on their websites. We check in smoothly, and then we went into the room where I did my usual check of the bathroom, just to see that everything is clean. The toilet seemed clean, but on the sink and the wall behind the sink there were fairly large blood stains that should have been visible to any cleaning person. The problem is that blood is really a biohazard substance, so swiping at it with a rag doesn't really do anything. It needs to be cleaned with anti-bacterial cleanser. It's not like I was combing the place with a microscope or a blue light. Let's be frank here, if you go to a hotel room and the bathroom is not clean, in an obvious way, can you really trust anything else that may not be as obvious to the naked eye but equally dirty? So, of course this made me doubt the cleanliness of everything from the bedding to the utensils that we were eating with. This incident put a shadow on our whole trip, and it's something that I have frequently mentioned to other people in conversations because it really is unacceptable. Most businesses try to give people a good first impression even when things start to go wrong afterward, but this hotel couldn't even accomplish that. It's also shocking to me that apparently I am not the only person questioning the cleanliness of this place, because before now I thought what happened to us was an isolated incident.
Pros: Nice Decor
Cons: Makes of think of everything that may not be properly clean