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Eiffel Tower Viewing Deck, Las Vegas

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Observation Deck · Tourist Spot
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Take in 360-degree views of Las Vegas' dazzling strip at Eiffel Tower Viewing Deck. This half-scale replica of the famous French structure is an iconic part of the American city’s skyline. Ride the glass elevator 140 m (460 ft) up to the observation deck. Do not hesitate to approach the attraction's ambassadors, who are on hand to help you locate various sites. You can stop for some French cuisine at the Eiffel Tower Restaurant on the 11th floor. Look for discounted entrance coupons in fliers and guides around town. Use our Las Vegas attractions planning tool to visit Eiffel Tower Viewing Deck on your trip to Las Vegas, and learn what else travelers and our writers recommend seeing nearby.
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  • Location, location, yes and the Eiffel tower is fantastic but the room was not great. The carpet was dirty to the point I didn't want to walk on it in my bare feet and the bathroom had what looked... 
    Location, location, yes and the Eiffel tower is fantastic but the room was not great. The carpet was dirty to the point I didn't want to walk on it in my bare feet and the bathroom had what looked...  more »
  • I usually do not write reviews however I had high expectations staying at Paris and unfortunately I was disappointed. Prior to arrival and on arrival I requested a crib/playpen for my child so... 
    I usually do not write reviews however I had high expectations staying at Paris and unfortunately I was disappointed. Prior to arrival and on arrival I requested a crib/playpen for my child so...  more »
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  • Very expensive but great service
  • I'm giving it one star because we came all the way down to do this on a special anniversary night and it was closed due to weather. On a clear, starry night with little/no wind. Big sign out front at entrance was only notification it was closed. I suspect it was closed due to staff shortage, not the weather. And that is fine but for god's sake, post something on FB or adjust the open/close status on hotel info boards?

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