It’s good to have family.
“She has been a guest here many, many times and we would always welcome her back,” says Las Vegas Hilton spokesman Ken Ciancimino.
The heiress, 29, faces felony charges after a bindle of cocaine allegedly fell out of a purse she was carrying following a weekend traffic stop on The Strip. Along with being blackballed from the Steve Wynn-owned properties, nightlife insiders say she’ll find it hard to get pay-to-party bookings at nightclubs.
Not so at her namesake hotel.
“The history between Paris and this property is long, indeed,” the Hilton spokesman says. “We here at the Hilton certainly wish Paris the best and hope that she gets through any and all of her difficult times.”