Friday, April 20, 2012

Paris Las Vegas Hotel: Shopping on Le Boulevard

Le Boulevard. On the left is Le Village Buffet and on the right is
JJ's Boulangerie.
Street lamps dot the Boulevard.
(above photos: TheHopefulTraveler)
Rather than attempt to complete with the massive shopping complexes of the Canal Shoppes at the Venetian or Forum Shops at Caesar's Palace, the shops along Le Boulevard at the Paris Las Vegas Hotel are more focused to serve the guests staying at the hotel. The quaint French architecture and street lamps lining this shopping corridor makes this part of the hotel a minor diversion.

The main shopping arcade named "Le Boulevard" is where some of the hotel's dining options are found including: Le Cafe Ile St. Louis, Cafe Belle Madeleine, Le Village Buffet, Le Provencal, La Creperie, JJ's Boulangerie.

In this quaint corner is the restaurant Le Cafe Ile St. Louis.
Another view of Le Boulevard, at left is the restaurant Le Provencal.
(above photos: TheHopefulTraveler)
Le Journal (which was scheduled to be renovated) and Presse are two convenience stores selling and located on each side of the entrance to the hotel's elevators. The other stores retail in items ranging from gourmet food and wines, women's clothing and accessories, souvenirs, home goods, perfumes and soaps, and gifts for children. The business center is also located here.

At the end of Le Bouelvard is a second shopping arcade called the Bally's-Paris Promenade which is a retail sky bridge that connects the two hotels. The restaurant Le Burger Brasserie is found here along with shops selling cigars, fashion eyewear and apparel.

A shorter shopping corridor is actually the bridge connecting the
Paris with Ballly's.
A selection of finer shops is located on this promenade.
A glass dome dominates the shopping promenade.
(above photos: TheHopefulTraveler)


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