Themed Hotels and Casinos in Las Vegas

You could spend weeks visiting and planning trips to popular international destinations such as Paris, Venice, and Hollywood. Instead, why not visit the themed Hotels and Casinos of Las Vegas, each of which looks eerily similar to the actual cities in real life.

You can even visit places that don’t exist in real life. Places like Treasure Island.


Paris Hotel and Casino

Paris Las Vegas includes a half scale, 541-foot-tall replica of the Eiffel Tower, a sign in the shape of the Montgolfier balloon, a two-thirds size Arc de Triomphe and a replica of La Fontaine des Mers. The front of the hotel suggests the Paris Opera House and the Louvre.
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Treasure Island Hotel and Casino

Treasure Island was opened by Mirage Resorts in 1993 under the direction of Steve Wynn at a cost of $450 million. It was designed by architect Joel Bergman. The initial plans called for a tower addition to The Mirage, but later evolved into a full-fledged separate hotel casino resort.
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The Venetian Hotel

Combined with the adjacent Sands Expo Convention Center and The Palazzo Hotel and Casino Resort, The Venetian is a part of the largest five-star hotel and resort complex in the world — featuring 8,108 hotel rooms and suites.
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Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino

Planet Hollywood Las Vegas, previously known as The Aladdin, is a casino resort on the Las Vegas Strip. As of October 2007, about a third to half of the retail space formerly known as “The Desert Passage” had been converted into the new, Hollywood-themed “Miracle Mile Shops”
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