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- 98%Family Travelers
- 78%Luxury Travelers
- 74%Nightlife Lovers
- 61%Budget Travelers
- 57%Art & Design Lovers
- 56%Local Culture
- 56%Business Travelers
- 56%Green Travelers
User Reviews (319 Reviews)
- The Eiffel Tower (Las Vegas)Member ofBudget TravelersFoodiesWellness+ 1Sep 30, 2013
OMG I am SO HIGH RIGHT NOW!! I am definitely not low. I think I accidentally quoted Harold And Kumar Go To White Castle unintentionally. Despite the reference. I am not on any illegal substances I'm just commenting on how I'm about 50 stories above the ground. Much higher than some other surrounding Casinos.
Usually, I'm too cheap to try something like these, but what the heck can't say no to 2 for 1 admission coupons. Besides, what are you going to do in Vegas during the daytime? And if you said sleep. You, my friend are missing out. After enjoying a delicious Paris buffet, I figure why not let's check out the Eiffel Tower while in Paris. Surprisingly, the view looked nothing like Paris but more like a land of potential or as my friend likes to call it "broken dreams".
I admit I was a bit scared of the elevator ride up. It felt like Charlie and Chocolate factory and it is a lot higher than I thought it would be. My friend also added, "This is fun. So when do we drop?". HAHA! I guess it wouldn't be funny if it really happened, but I guess too many roller coasters and movies might give you some ideas. I manage to make it safely up and down the Tower. You get a great birds eye view from a birdcage. Remember to bring your camera so you can be like everyone else and look Tourist-y. :) I only had my cellphone camera so no long distance pics for me.
When you go up to the top. Take your time and get your money's worth. You don't have to walk much. Just find a nice place to chill and relax. I don't recommend this for anyone scared of heights, because I did see a few people get off the elevator and head back down a second later. Great way to spend 10 or 14 bucks. Also, no alchie allowed :(. I ended having to chug a friends tall Margarita before going up the elevator, but it was okay because I just had breakfast. Besides I was feeling GOOOOD =). I still want to go back to see the Vegas skyline at night next time. Try it out and look for coupons!
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- The Eiffel Tower (Las Vegas)Member ofGreen TravelersLocal CultureOutdoor Enthusiasts+ 10Dec 19, 2012
This is one of the most brilliant projects in Vegas as it both beautiful to look at and look out from. We took the elevator ride up to the top and enjoyed a great view of the Bellagio fountains. It's hard to take pictures of people at night since the city is so bright in the background. It's a fantastic vantage point to get an overview of the Strip.
- The Eiffel Tower (Las Vegas)Member ofGreen TravelersLocal CultureOutdoor Enthusiasts+ 11Dec 28, 2012
Great picnic spot in the evening/night when the tower lights up. People come out here, usually with a significant other, to enjoy a bottle of wine on the grassy field in front of the tower.
- The Eiffel Tower (Las Vegas)Dec 09, 2013
There are two elements to the Eiffel Tower in Las Vegas, the restaurant on the 11th floor and the observation deck on the 46th floor. I only been to the observation deck not the restaurant. The observation deck is a really cool ,you get a 360 degree view of the Strip. You can spend as much time as you need. The only drawback is that observation deck has no open area, it is caged in so photo ops/selfies will have a massive cage in the background. Granted it is for safety reasons for the cage but the selfie won't be picturesque. Only a handful of people go up at a time so it doesn't feel crowded at the top.
Also the elevator ride is pretty cool!Recommended for:Local Culture
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- The Eiffel Tower (Las Vegas)Oct 19, 2013
This half-pint replica of Paris' famous landmark is one of those places on the Strip that you feel like you have to visit at least once. Well, I'm not sure that's true, but even so, the views from the windy observation deck are sweeping. Go before 6PM to save money, or go after dark and time your visit so you can look down on the Bellagio's dancing fountain show from on high.Recommended for:Family Travelers