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Paris Las Vegas expansion, plus a new venue on The Strip

26 July 2023

In this week's video, we discuss the overhaul of the Paris resort as well as the new construction occurring at the corner of the Flamingo.

Despite not being finished yet with the transition of Bally’s to the Horseshoe Las Vegas, Caesar’s Entertainment Inc. announced an overhaul of the Paris Las Vegas. Specifically, the Jubilee Tower at the Horseshoe will be renovated and become part of the Paris as the Versailles Tower.

This make-over will run the company around $100 million. The changes will bring in over 750 redesigned luxury guestrooms to the existing Paris, along with a pedestrian bridge connected to the Versailles Tower.

The new rooms will be some of the largest standard rooms on The Strip, starting at 436 square feet. In addition, select guestrooms will offer new 55-square-foot balconies with unmatched views of The Strip as part of the renovation. These enhanced rooms in the Versailles Tower at Paris Las Vegas are slated for completion in late 2023 with the pedestrian bridge to follow in early 2024.

Not to be outdone on the construction front though, there’s another underway near the Flamingo. So, what exactly is this going to be? The answer, a $50 million, four-story, 25,000-square foot building that will be known as the Bottled Blonde Las Vegas.

Evening Entertainment Group is the Arizona company investing in the project, which will overlook Las Vegas Boulevard from the Grand Bazaar Shops.

The Bottled Blonde brand was originally established back in 2014 in Scottsdale. Since that time, it has expanded to several cities, including Houston, Dallas, Fort Worth and Miami. As a testament to its success, the news release proudly declares that it holds the title of the highest-grossing bar venue in both Arizona and Texas.

To pave the way for the Bottled Blonde Las Vegas location, construction is having to tear up a lot of ground right beside The Strip near Flamingo Road. However, specific details about the build and any existing buildings that may be demolished have not been published. The Bottled Blonde Las Vegas location is not scheduled to open until the end of 2024.