The observation deck at the Eiffel Tower offers some of the best aerial views of Las Vegas, Nevada. Located on top of a Parisian-inspired landmark with stunning architectural details, the observation deck allows visitors to admire panoramic views of the urban Las Vegas Strip and the surrounding mountains.
History and Experience
Standing 540 feet tall, the Eiffel Tower at the Paris Las Vegas hotel is one of the most recognizable structures on the Las Vegas Strip. This installation is approximately a half-size replica of the world-famous tower that dominates the skyline of Paris, France.
In the early 1990’s, there were plans to construct a replica structure in full size. However, such a project would interfere with traffic operations at the neighboring McCarran International Airport. Since opening in 1999, the Eiffel Tower Experience has been one of the most visited attractions in Sin City.
The elevator ride to the viewing deck is an exciting experience that’s similar to the one in Paris, France. Once you get to the main deck, you’ll enjoy 360-degree views of the Las Vegas skyline through grates and other mesh-type metal barriers. You’ll also see the beautiful Spring Mountains that surround the entire city and the suburbs. At night, the Eiffel Tower Viewing Deck offers great views of the spectacular fountain shows at the neighboring Bellagio Hotel, which has an Italian theme. Of course, you’ll also see the dazzling Strip light up after dark from more than 500 feet above ground.
Additionally, the tower has its own light show daily from sunset until midnight. People at street level will admire the optical show that’s carried out by more than 800 strobes and 300 wash-type fixtures. Family specials, military and student discounts are available for the observation deck at this landmark in the heart of Vegas.
Location and Getting There
The main entrance to the Eiffel Tower Experience is accessible from Las Vegas Boulevard South. This iconic replica of a Parisian landmark is visible from nearly all points on the Strip. The northbound SDX and DEUCE buses of the Regional Transportation Commission stop near this famous attraction. You may also take the Las Vegas Monorail to the Bally’s & Paris Station on Audrie Street.
Taxis and vehicles for hire can conveniently drop off and pick up passengers at the traffic circle around the Arc de Triomphe, which is situated near the hotel’s main lobby.
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