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In association with the UNLV William F. Harrah College of Hotel Administration

Read our informative review to learn if the Las Vegas Paris Convention Center is wheelchair accessible and wheelchair friendly or if this attraction should be avoided by travelers in wheelchairs.

Attraction Overview: The 140,000 square feet of elegant meeting space fits perfectly within classic European style of Paris Las Vegas. But while the design may be timeless, the facilities incorporate the very latest in business and communication technology, making any event at Paris Las Vegas as dynamic and exciting as it is stylish. Every aspect, from the vast range of possible room configurations to the close proximity of accommodations, restaurants and other amenities, was carefully conceived to help you create an event that’s as successful for you as it is unforgettable for your guests.

City Attraction Wheelchair Accessible:              Yes

Fully Accessible Entry:                                           Yes: Ramps and Elevators

Accessible Restroom Onsite:                                 Yes: WC Stall not ADA Compliant

Restrictive Steps:                                                      No Steps (Ramps and Elevators)

William F. Harrah College of Hospitality Administration: Student Accessibility Comments:

Paris Las Vegas offers ample WC parking in garage with elevators down to the main floor. After exiting the elevator, guests step onto a mild cobblestone path, the Convention Center is immediately to the left and completely carpeted. If entering from valet, the entrance doors have buttons to open automatically, and the path to the Convention Center is tile then mild cobblestone. A similar path is taken if the guest is coming from the hotel room elevators. All meeting space is on the main level, avoiding need for elevator use. Flooring is level eliminating the need for ramps or lifts. Doorways and hallways are wide and accessible. Possible complications may occur depending on the event setup, but requests can be made to ensure WC bound guests may get to their seats for theatre style general sessions, receptions in rounds. etc. WARNING: Although restroom area is very large, the WC labeled stall is not ADA compliant as you cannot turn around).

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