Eiffel Tower in Las Vegas with a view of the Cosmopolitan Hotel & the Bellagio Fountains
The Eiffel Tower in Las Vegas is a major local landmark and tourist attraction. Found at the Paris Hotel and Casino, this half scale replica of the original Eiffel Tower in Paris, France rises approximately 540 feet into the Vegas sky and has a lofty observation deck set at 460 feet above the ground. From the observation deck, Eiffel Tower Las Vegas visitors are treated to 360-degree views of the Strip and beyond. A glass elevator is used to get to the observation deck, which is part of the fun.
Las Vegas Eiffel Tower
The Las Vegas version of the Eiffel Tower was originally planned to be a full scale replica of the Eiffel Tower in Paris. Due to the proximity of the Las Vegas airport, however, it had to be downsized. Other replicas of famous French attractions that are found at the Paris Las Vegas Hotel and Casino include a two-thirds size replica of the Arc de Triomphe and a replica of La Fountaine des Mers. But the Eiffel Tower takes center stage, partly because of its size and its observation deck.
Taking an elevator ride up to the Eiffel Tower Las Vegas observation deck to enjoy the views is known as the Eiffel Tower Experience. It is possible to treat yourself to these invigorating experiences between the hours of 9:30 AM and 12:30 AM on weekdays and from 9:30 AM to 1 AM on weekends, weather permitting. Admission fees apply. While the views during the day from the observation deck are amazing enough, it’s interesting to go up at night to see the Vegas lights laid out below. Either way, the photo opportunities are excellent.
The address for the Eiffel Tower Experience is 3645 S. Las Vegas Blvd. Just head to the heart of the Strip, and you’ll see the Eiffel Tower rising high into the sky. Tickets for the Eiffel Tower Las Vegas Experience can be purchased either at the Paris Hotel and Casino box office or at the Eiffel Tower gift shop. Not to be overlooked is the Las Vegas Eiffel Tower Restaurant, which is set on the 11th floor of the tower more than 100 feet above the Vegas Strip below. As you might imagine, this restaurant specializes in French cuisine. Complementing the good food are amazing views that include the Bellagio fountains.