A rendering of Chateau Nightclub, opening to the public early this March.
Tuesday, Jan. 18, 2011 | 6:15 p.m.
C’est vrai! It’s true! Paris Las Vegas is set to open its new nightlife venue, Chateau, on March 5. The two-story, multiple-room venue covers 40,000 square feet and includes outdoor Parisian gardens complete with cabanas that overlook the Strip. Situated directly under the hotel’s Eiffel Tower, the exclusive Chateau Garden offers a rooftop dance floor and breathtaking Boulevard views. As for the beats, Chateau will bring in well-known DJs to spin a mix of house, dance, hip-hop and mainstream music.
The resort’s newest restaurant, Sugar Factory American Brasserie, is expected to open the day before the club’s premiere and under the same ownership-group umbrella. The two venues are in the process of hiring 850 employees, with Chateau in the market for cocktail servers, bartenders, bar backs, back servers, cashiers, marketing representatives and more. Think you have what it takes? Hurry up and apply online at chateaunightclublv.com or sugarfactory.com — the star-studded grand openings are only a month and a half away! Bonne chance, nightlifers!
Paris Las Vegas The Paris Las Vegas transports visitors to the City of Light. Paris Las Vegas captures all the details of Paris, right down to the cobblestone sidewalks and half-scale replica of the Eiffel Tower and Arc de Triomphe. Wrought iron street lamps line the 85,000 square foot casino with the legs of the Eiffel Tower sit in the middle of 1,700 slots and 90 table games.
Guests can dine at the Eiffel Tower Restaurant, but beware, it's by reservation only. Diners can watch the world pass by at Mon Ami Gabi, a fine French restaurant where the most popular tables are the ones outside facing The Strip. Dining isn't just limited to the French, Asian restaurant Ah Sin is host to many dishes from the Pacific Rim. If you've just hit the jackpot on the casino floor, try the $777 Kobe beef and Maine lobster at Le Burger Brasserie.
Famous pastry chef Gaston Lenôtre opened a branch of his renowned pastry shop on the cobblestone-lined Le Boulevard, a street filled with intimate shops and restaurants, all underneath a blue cloud-filled ceiling. Strolling along Le Boulevard don't be surprised to see an extremely lifelike bronze statue move, that's because it's a real person
The City of Light doesn't go dark after dark. Anthony Cools - The Uncensored Hypnotist checks inhibitions at the door and pushes the limits of the audiences mind and body. Sitting right above the restaurant is nightclub Risqué, Paris' ultra lounge that is as fun as it is fantastic.
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