Caesars Entertainment Opens Booking for Paris Las Vegas’ Balcony Rooms

Posted on: July 10, 2024, 03:27h. 

Last updated on: July 11, 2024, 10:11h.

The first hotel rooms with balconies to open since the Cosmopolitan’s in 2010 are now up for grabs at the Paris Las Vegas website.

This rendering of the finished Versailles tower, left, shows 38 rooms with balconies that face the Bellagio fountains. (Image: Bergman Walls Associates)

Las Vegas visitors can now book the eagerly awaited rooms, in the newly renovated Versailles Tower for nights beginning Monday, July 22.

All 38 balcony rooms measure 445 square feet and feature west-facing views of the Las Vegas Strip — including the Bellagio fountains right across the street — from 55 square-foot terraces.

The flooring of new balconies is attached to the outside of Bellagio-facing rooms in the Versailles Tower at Paris, which in this photo still sports its old Bally’s colors. (Image: Scott Roeben/Vital Vegas)

A one-night stay will run you $246, including a $50 per day resort fee but not taxes. (Be careful when you book, though. The Versailles Tower has 718 other rooms and suites that are balcony-free.)

The balconies are part of a refresh of the tower – its first since 2014 — for which Caesars paid a reported $100 million.

Tower Play

The Versailles is the only example in Las Vegas history of a resort tower transferring between two properties while both were still in business. The Paris annexed it from the adjacent Horseshoe last year. Both properties are operated by Caesars Entertainment.

This is the third rebranding for the 26-story tower, which opened in 1982 as the south tower of the original MGM Grand and became part of Bally’s in 1986. It was renamed the Jubilee Tower in 2013, and then became part of Horseshoe Las Vegas in 2022. (There will be a test!)

A second-floor pedestrian bridge will connect the Versailles Tower to the Paris mainland, eliminating the current need to access the tower through a ground-floor walkway entering the Horseshoe

That bridge is expected to open in time for the second annual F1 Las Vegas Grand Prix on November 21-23, during which Versailles balcony rooms will rent for a lot more than $246 per night.