Why should I visit the Eiffel Tower Las Vegas?Do you want the full Vegas experience? The Eiffel Tower Las Vegas is a great example of the city’s unique character - full of fun, glamor, and kitsch! The half-size replica of the original wrought-iron tower in Paris stands 540-foot (164.6 m) tall and was completed before the opening of the Paris Las Vegas Hotel in 1999. It’s an icon of the city’s skyline, plus its viewing deck offers a stunning panorama of the city (especially the Bellagio’s fountains) and the surrounding desert, while its restaurant offers French cuisine and fine dining options for brunch, lunch, and dinner.
What’s the deal with the light show?The Eiffel Tower Las Vegas recently introduced a $1.7 million upgrade to their lighting system which means that the tower’s light show is bigger and better than ever before! It takes place every 30 minutes after dark and features more than 1,200 lights which dance to music. It’s spectacular from both inside the tower and from the outside, so make sure to take the time to watch!
Can I propose to my partner in the Eiffel Tower Las Vegas? Can we get married?You can absolutely propose to your partner on the viewing deck of the Eiffel Tower Las Vegas, and the attraction also offers wedding packages. Proposal packages take place in the restaurant either at lunch or dinner and include guaranteed window seats, champagne, red roses, and a photo of the moment that you’ll treasure forever. Wedding packages start at $1250 and include the officiant’s fee, use of the salon privé for 45 minutes, live music, and professional photography.
Are there any other cool attractions nearby?The Eiffel Tower Las Vegas is just across the road from the Bellagio Hotel, which hosts its famous fountain show every 30 minutes during the daytime and every 15 minutes after dark. The Bellagio is also home to Cirque du Soleil’s show “O”, a water-themed display of acrobatics and dance. Paris Las Vegas is also just down the road from the LINQ Las Vegas Hotel & Casino, home to the LINQ High Roller, the tallest Ferris wheel in the world.