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Imagine a stately French castle where a dancing obsessed shut-in brings guests to party, drink and overlook the glittering estate. Now forget most of that because it's weird. But it's kind of what we pretend every time we're in Chateau at Paris Las Vegas. It's not really stately, because it is in a Las Vegas casino after all. And it's technically not French. But when you get a table on the second floor, or you're standing outside beneath the Eiffel Tower spying the fountains across Las Vegas Boulevard, it's easy to get lost in the allure of the modern manor.To be clear: You're not a wealthy shut-in who lives at the nightclub. So don't go acting like you own the place. But do live it up as much as you can. Chateau may not be the newest or the most talked about club on the Las Vegas Strip, but it's solid, sultry and it makes a statement about how a nightclub can be sophisticated without sacrificing craziness.You know the old saying whenever you're shopping for your latest grand, French estate, "la'cations, la'cations, la'cations." (It has been brought to our attention that that's not actually French. We don't care.) It's as true of Parisian castles as it is of Vegas clubs. When searching for the best place to party in Vegas, while maintaining a view of and connection to the city, it's hard to find a better spot than Chateau. Being inside with the chandeliers and the fireplace/DJ booth is beautiful, but being beneath the tower, across from the Bellagio, so near the street and the people, is something truly magnifique.Chateau Rooftop Garden, the outdoor nightclub, is something more than just another balcony on the Strip. All you have to do is look up and see the Eiffel Tower to feel like a commoner who banded together with the townspeople to throw a bash against excess -- then you all just ended up partying instead. And that's totally understandable. The glamour is casually elegant and the amenities are the same drinks and leather seats you can get anywhere. But at Chateau they're all just a little more rich for being housed beneath a monument to art, architecture and design.Including the The Terrace with its own splendid view, the Chateau experience is one more of regal simplicity than over-the-top-of-the-Eiffel-Tower opulence. But if you enjoy classic beauty amongst modern features, with just a soupcon of dark appeal, Chateau is where you just might find your raison d'Vegas. ... Croissant. (We don't know any more French words.)
 
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4 / 5
4 / 5
Customer service 
3 / 5
3 / 5
Accuracy of VEGAS.com's Description 
4 / 5
4 / 5
Music 
5 / 5
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Ambiance 
4 / 5
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Entry Convenience 
4 / 5
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fromLas Angeles
Gender:Male
Travel Purpose:Special Event
Travel Companions:Spouse
Purchase Frequency:More than 6 times a year
Gambler:No
Yes, I recommend this product.
Chateau is underated
PostedSeptember 23, 2013
I purchased tickets via Vegas.com and needed to know who to speak with and where to wait. The first person I contacted was a doorman who directed to a predesignated line. We decided to head to a local bar and get a drink instead of waiting in line at that time. Upon returning, we noticed the line we were instructed to wait in had been roped off. Another doorman obviously saw my perplexed empression and asked if I needed assistance. I explained my situation and he quickly accessed the line for us. After entering we headed up to the roof and was greeted by an amazaing view of the strip and décor. The bar tenders were friendly and the security staff allowed seating in specific designated areas. This is uncommon because most clubs only offer seating to those who purchase bottle service. The majority of the time we are “those people” who purchase bottle service and ignorant to the seating deleama placed upon those who don’t purchase. I love music but can handle so much techno/dance music. The two dance floors allowed me to follow the music I wanted to hear. Luckly the DJ’s didn’t play the same genere of music at the same time. I believe I have gone to every major club in Las Vegas at least once. If you are looking for a club with a great view, good music, and looking to have fun Chateau is where to go. Please go to another club if sole purpose is to be seen.
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Imagine a stately French castle where a dancing obsessed shut-in brings guests to party, drink and overlook the glittering estate. Now forget most of that because it's weird. But it's kind of what we pretend every time we're in Chateau at Paris Las Vegas. It's not really stately, because it is in a Las Vegas casino after all. And it's technically not French. But when you get a table on the second floor, or you're standing outside beneath the Eiffel Tower spying the fountains across Las Vegas Boulevard, it's easy to get lost in the allure of the modern manor.To be clear: You're not a wealthy shut-in who lives at the nightclub. So don't go acting like you own the place. But do live it up as much as you can. Chateau may not be the newest or the most talked about club on the Las Vegas Strip, but it's solid, sultry and it makes a statement about how a nightclub can be sophisticated without sacrificing craziness.You know the old saying whenever you're shopping for your latest grand, French estate, "la'cations, la'cations, la'cations." (It has been brought to our attention that that's not actually French. We don't care.) It's as true of Parisian castles as it is of Vegas clubs. When searching for the best place to party in Vegas, while maintaining a view of and connection to the city, it's hard to find a better spot than Chateau. Being inside with the chandeliers and the fireplace/DJ booth is beautiful, but being beneath the tower, across from the Bellagio, so near the street and the people, is something truly magnifique.Chateau Rooftop Garden, the outdoor nightclub, is something more than just another balcony on the Strip. All you have to do is look up and see the Eiffel Tower to feel like a commoner who banded together with the townspeople to throw a bash against excess -- then you all just ended up partying instead. And that's totally understandable. The glamour is casually elegant and the amenities are the same drinks and leather seats you can get anywhere. But at Chateau they're all just a little more rich for being housed beneath a monument to art, architecture and design.Including the The Terrace with its own splendid view, the Chateau experience is one more of regal simplicity than over-the-top-of-the-Eiffel-Tower opulence. But if you enjoy classic beauty amongst modern features, with just a soupcon of dark appeal, Chateau is where you just might find your raison d'Vegas. ... Croissant. (We don't know any more French words.)
 

Attire and VIP

Me and my brother will be in Vegas for Halloween and I want to get a table. It will only be he 2 of us, but we plan to grab a few girl standing in line and see if they want to go in with us. If for some reason that doesn't work will they allow only 2 guys at a table? Also I know wearing a t-shirt/v-neck will probably not work to get in, but will a Ralph Lauren/Lacoste polo style shirt work? Thank you!
I would plan ahead. Do not wait until that night to get a table. The price will be higher. Also, pulling girls out of the line is more difficult than it sounds. However, it is vegas and there is always at least one.
1 year, 8 months ago
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awells17340
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Imagine a stately French castle where a dancing obsessed shut-in brings guests to party, drink and overlook the glittering estate. Now forget most of that because it's weird. But it's kind of what we pretend every time we're in Chateau at Paris Las Vegas. It's not really stately, because it is in a Las Vegas casino after all. And it's technically not French. But when you get a table on the second floor, or you're standing outside beneath the Eiffel Tower spying the fountains across Las Vegas Boulevard, it's easy to get lost in the allure of the modern manor.To be clear: You're not a wealthy shut-in who lives at the nightclub. So don't go acting like you own the place. But do live it up as much as you can. Chateau may not be the newest or the most talked about club on the Las Vegas Strip, but it's solid, sultry and it makes a statement about how a nightclub can be sophisticated without sacrificing craziness.You know the old saying whenever you're shopping for your latest grand, French estate, "la'cations, la'cations, la'cations." (It has been brought to our attention that that's not actually French. We don't care.) It's as true of Parisian castles as it is of Vegas clubs. When searching for the best place to party in Vegas, while maintaining a view of and connection to the city, it's hard to find a better spot than Chateau. Being inside with the chandeliers and the fireplace/DJ booth is beautiful, but being beneath the tower, across from the Bellagio, so near the street and the people, is something truly magnifique.Chateau Rooftop Garden, the outdoor nightclub, is something more than just another balcony on the Strip. All you have to do is look up and see the Eiffel Tower to feel like a commoner who banded together with the townspeople to throw a bash against excess -- then you all just ended up partying instead. And that's totally understandable. The glamour is casually elegant and the amenities are the same drinks and leather seats you can get anywhere. But at Chateau they're all just a little more rich for being housed beneath a monument to art, architecture and design.Including the The Terrace with its own splendid view, the Chateau experience is one more of regal simplicity than over-the-top-of-the-Eiffel-Tower opulence. But if you enjoy classic beauty amongst modern features, with just a soupcon of dark appeal, Chateau is where you just might find your raison d'Vegas. ... Croissant. (We don't know any more French words.)
 

VIP TAX and Gratuity

Hey, I'm interested in purchasing a table, but wanted to know what "tax and gratuity included" means exactly. I know about tipping and etc but want to know what exactly I'll be paying for before I book. Thanks
Based on your statement, it sounds like the tax and tip is included in the total price.
1 year, 8 months ago
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awells17340
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