142 Reviews
3655 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV89109
83% got a Vegas Hotel Deal
Paris Hotel Las Vegas

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Room Upgrade Reports

Saved:  $$2,000 Tipped:  $20 Upgraded to  Deluxe Suite  from  Classic Room Eiffel View 

We tried our luck with the front desk tip during our stay at Paris. We arrived later in the evening, so there wasn’t much of a line, but we did not pick a specific clerk to speak with.

When I handed her the cards and tip, she took a minute and authorized an upgrade to the Lyons suite! I didn’t even get to ask for an upgrade- she beat me to it. Our suite was beautiful, with a separate living/dining room and two bathrooms. She said the room typically ran around $800 per night.

As we were walking away she thanked us for the tip. Overall, much easier and less uncomfortable than I thought it would be. Would recommend this tip to my friends!

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Tipped:  $50 Upgraded to  Calais Suite  from  Red Room Luxury 

Arrived to Paris around 11:30 pm on a Thursday. I had 4 nights comped through Total Rewards in a Red Room. I targeted a woman in her late 30’s to early 40’s. Handed her my id and credit card with $50. She proceeded to place the $50 near the top right corner of the keyboard. I made some small talk, then asked politely if there were any complimentary upgrades available as I was meeting my long-distance g/f (true). She began to type away and asked if a suite would be ok. I said sure and she told me the room normally goes for $850/night but I had arrived at a good time. I thanked her and went to the 10th floor. She put me right in the middle of the hotel with a PERFECT view of the Eiffel Tower and pool.
$50 for an $850/night room! The room was around 1000 sq. ft. and had 2 bathrooms.
Look, this was my first time trying the sandwich and I will try every time I go now.

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Tipped:  $20 Upgraded to  Le Mans Suite  from  Standard 

Arrived at about 1:30pm, check in was very busy and we had to queue for about 15 minutes. We where served by a very pleasant lady at the check in desks. Asked if there was any complimentary upgrades with $20 visible. We where offered a Le Mans suite which was incredible!! Well worth doing!!

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Saved:  $Hundreds Tipped:  $20 Upgraded to  Red Room Eiffel View High Floor  from  Classic Room 

Checked in around 10pm and asked next available clerk if there was any complimentary upgrades available as I handed her the “sandwich”. She said she’d check and we were given a wonderful room on 27th floor overlooking Eiffel Tower and Bellagio fountains. The best $20 I spent in Vegas. So happy I found this site, thanks.

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Saved:  $$50? Tipped:  $20 Upgraded to  Unsure  from  Classic Room Eiffel View 

I didn’t target a specific clerk, had to go to the special accommodations line as they are using kiosks for checkin right now due to covid. I requested that she see if we could change from a smoking room to non smoking and if any complimentary upgrades were available. She immediately asked if a room with a view was fine and I said yes. Our room had a decent view of fountains across the street at the bellagio. Nothing crazy awesome but a decent upgrade for $20. It was around 3pm when we checked in, check in was supposed to be at 4pm

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Tipped:  $20 Upgraded to  Penthouse Suite  from  Luxury room 

Just went up and asked with $20 between credit card and ID, clerk typed on keyboard and went to the backroom and came back with our room information. It was a Suite Nice and was incredible!! Living room, dining table, 2 bathrooms, whirlpool. Thank you for the tip!

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Tipped:  $20 Upgraded to  suite  from  standard 

I had booked 2 rooms from dec 10-15 one was comped and one was around $415 for the 5 nights i went to a young lady around 9:30 am after arriving from airport and asked if i could check in now handed the 20 between the credit card and drivers license asked if she had any comp upgrades and she at first said she could get me rooms with a view but i asked for a suite for my parents and after a little typing a got the calis suite room 515p i think i got a room with a view 1403 i think when i checked out i only owed for the one room for the orginal $415 and got a $500 night suite comped ! will always try this !!! best of luck to everyone !!

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Tipped:  $30 Upgraded to  Calais Suite (I think)  from  Red Room 

Flight landed late Sunday night and my wife and I checked in around midnight or so for a five night stay. I got a steal of a rate on the Red Rooms for about $90 per night. (Basic rooms were about $50) I was unsure if the sandwich trick would work and since this was our first time in Vegas I wanted to get a somewhat more luxurious room so I booked more than just the basic one. Paris was selected for being near centre of The Strip and the deal offered was a very rare one.

The clerk was a male in his mid to late thirties. I did not target a specific clerk as there were practically no options this late at night. However, I knew from reading on this site that later hours were generally better for trying to score a deal as the circus at the front desk during check in time makes it tough for the clerk to help you. My wife stood by the bags at the casino floor entrance. I sandwiched up $30 with my credit card and passport and moved in.

After explaining who I was and that I had a reservation I handed over the package and asked:“Do you have any room upgrades available or rooms with a great view?” He hacked away on the computer for what was only about a minute and a half but seemed like forever. “Yes I do have an upgrade available for you Mister Smith.” He explained that it was a completely free and complimentary upgrade to a $1300/night suite on the 32nd floor. The clerk then innocently asked if the money was for him. I nearly laughed out loud because it was so forced and obvious. I told him it certainly was and thanked him profusely for his help.

I kept the upgrade a secret and headed to the elevator with my wife. Hit the button for the 32nd floor and she asked on the ride up,“Where are we staying?” just as the elevator doors opened at the top. Two southern boys were getting on the elevator as the doors opened and they heard her question. They answered and nearly letting the cat out of the bag.

“If you are up this high, you’ve got a great room,” they told her with a smile.

I let her know as we walked down the hall that she is really not going to believe this. I knew that a suite this expensive would be unlike anything either of us had experienced. I opened up the double doors for her to go first then followed inside. The suite was huge. Two couches, a powder room a glass top dining room table and a small entertainment unit were immediate visible. The decoration was lovely and The Strip at night was visible out of the two huge windows.

This room was nice. Really nice. So nice, in fact, that she took one look around the room, turned around to me and started to cry.

Double doors to a master bedroom with a King-Sized bed and a spectacular view of the Bellagio Fountains were explored next. The bathroom was all marble with a tub big enough for two and deep enough to submerge to your neck. Perfect for relaxing!. The shower stall was so large that four people could fit. The water closet even had a bidet! There was plenty of space in this bathroom for two people to get cleaned up and ready for a night on the town and never get in each other’s way.

Needless to say our vacation was spectacular and the accommodations we got were a big part of that reason. Truly amazing. The experience was enough that I confidently tout Paris as an excellent option for Vegas and it was enough to convince my parents to stay there in November 2009. We are returning to Vegas next month (February 2010) and if we score again I will be sure post about it.

Good luck to everyone trying out this trick. It really can work!

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Tipped:  $40 Upgraded to  Classic Suite  from  Classic Room 

We arrived in Vegas at 8:30 am on a Sunday morning. We went straight to the hotel and checked our bags as soon as we got there because we knew we wouldn’t be able to check in yet. After breakfast and walking around for a little bit, I went to check in about 11:30. The line wasn’t too busy and I did not target any particular clerk. I had a regular comped room already so I figured I could up my sandwich amount. The clerk immediately saw the money when she took my ID and asked me to hold on to it until after she assisted me. She asked how she could help me and I just asked if there were any complimentary upgrades available for my stay. I made sure to tell her that we didn’t mind waiting a while because we had already checked our bags. The clerk said she wasn’t sure she would be able to help but she would be glad to check with her manager. Off to the back she goes. When she comes back out, she says she has good news. Honestly, I was expecting an offer of a fountain view room, which I would have been fine with, but she said she was able to get us a suite. She put a rush on the room and called me when it was ready. At the end, I gave her the tip and thanked her for the excellent service. It probably didn’t hurt that the couple next to me was practically screaming at their clerk because the room wasn’t what they asked for. The tip helps, but being overly nice is helpful too.

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Saved:  $200 Tipped:  $20 Upgraded to  Red Room Eiffel View High Floor  from  Classic Room 

Had a crappy room on 4th floor comped for 2 nights.
Slipped a 20 between my CC and ID…

I waited till the moment she looked at the 20 dollar bill and I siad ” Its my girlfriend’s birthday. If there are any complimentary upgrades with a view I would greatly appreciate it.”
She responded with ” Let me see what i can do!”

We were upgraded 26 or so floors higher with a view if the Bellagio fountains

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