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Le Boulevard @ Paris – A True Shopping Experience

Posted by Kenneth Lowman on February 21, 2013
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Recently, while meeting a friend at the Paris Hotel to discuss the RED HOT Red Rock Country Club Real Estate market here in Las Vegas, I was amazed at how nice the property still is. I did a little Google research on the resort and wanted to share.

With a half-scale replica of the Eiffel Tower adorning the exterior of the hotel you’ll never be left in any doubt as to where the Paris Las Vegas hotel and casino is actually located in Las Vegas itself. Paris Las Vegas was designed from the ground up to be one of the most distinctive buildings in the city, which it most definitely achieved, and it also paid tribute to Paris in several ways including a miniature Arc De Triomphe and of course the shopping which Paris itself is famous for.

Within this hotel there are two absolutely excellent shopping promenades and for today we’re going to focus on the shopping experience ahead of you at Le Boulevard. You get to enjoy a world-class shopping experience without ever having to leave your hotel at Le Boulevard and the various boutiques and other stores here will provide you with a real taste (in more ways than one) of what it’s like to shop in Paris, including some of the very latest fashions from both Paris and elsewhere around the world.

So what can you expect to find in the shops at Le Boulevard? If you’re interested in getting your hands on a range of premium cigars then you’ll have to pay a visit to the Davidoff Boutique – you’ll be glad you did. If you’re more of a gourmand you’ll enjoy the fare on offer at La Cave in the form of imported cheeses, excellent French wines and of course a delectable selection of patés too. If you’re more interested in clothing and perfumes then you’ll need to check out Paris Line and of course Perfume de Paris too while you’re here.

Shopping at Le Boulevard saves you having to fly half way around the world to enjoy the shopping and sights of Paris itself – all without enduring a 12-hour flight.

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