Elope in Style at Eiffel Tower Restaurant this Valentine’s Day in Las Vegas

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Elope in Style at Eiffel Tower Restaurant this Valentine's Day in Las Vegas
From February 14 – 17, Eiffel Tower Restaurant is giving you the opportunity to elope at one of the most romantic restaurants in the country.* 

Throughout Valentine’s Day weekend, the restaurant has created luxury elopement packages that includes everything from a certified officiant and bouquet to champagne and a romantic dinner overlooking the Bellagio fountains.

Couples will have the chance to book their ceremony in the restaurant between 10:00 AM – 3:30 PM each day. About 11 lucky couples per day can book the elopement packages at Eiffel Tower and to do so, contact the special events team at 702 -948-6937.

Elope in Style at Eiffel Tower Restaurant this Valentine's Day in Las Vegas
Elope in Style at Eiffel Tower Restaurant this Valentine’s Day in Las Vegas

In addition to the elopement packages, guests can make a more spur of the moment decision, and reserve a table for lunch or dinner and a certified officiant will perform vows tableside, plus assist you in completing all of the necessary paperwork. The cost to Tie the Knot Tableside is $200 (not inclusive of your meal).

Elopement Packages (offered February 14 – 17):

  • TIER 1: $390
    Officiant
    Champagne Toast
    One Printed Photo in an Eiffel Tower Keepsake Frame
  • TIER 2: $1,495
    Includes everything in Tier 1 package in addition to:
    4×6 Wedding Cake
    Red Rose Bouquet & Red Rose Boutonnière
    Bottle of Eiffel Tower Champagne
    Tasting Menu Dinner for Two
    Guaranteed Window Table

Additional Enhancements:
Red Rose Bouquet & Red Rose Boutineer $150
Upgrade to Premier Window Table $100

  • Observation Deck Tickets $35 each
  • VIP Las Vegas Strip Limo Tour $225
  • Eiffel Tower Charger Plate $59
  • Live Ceremony Musician $200
  • Wedding Cake $75
  • Magician $275

*Prices do not include 5% administrative fee, gratuity or tax.*Voted the most romantic restaurant in Las Vegas by Gayot, USA Today and Travel & Leisure.