Imagine living it up at the ultimate party spot complete with rooftop lounges, multiple pools sided by bars and cabanas, and some of the most extravagant rooming options you can find worldwide. Whether you are a world-famous celebrity or just want to live lavishly like one for a bit, you can bring this figment of your imagination to reality at the Palms Las Vegas.
Just a mile west of the main strip, this casino resort provides all you could wish for in Vegas and more, attracting big-name entertainers and high-rollers. The party scene, however, is tastefully balanced out with high levels of sophistication throughout the property and within the service you receive.
Take the extravagance to another level with a solar-powered DJ booth, full recording studio and a three-level concert venue featuring residency artists like Marshmello, Skrillex, Blink-182, and Cardi B.
The Palms Casino Resort takes multiple claims to fame with its opening celebrity guests including Dennis Rodman, Pamela Anderson, and Samuel L Jackson. Its biggest draw came after the filming of MTV’s Real World Las Vegas in 2002. The extravagant suite featured on the show is still available and popularly requested for reservations.
A large portion of their guests are a younger audience as many of the luxuries are designed to enhance the partying experience many seek when visiting Las Vegas, but if you have envisioned a college campus/frat-house type scene, lets correct that view now.
Although nightlife may frequent the media as the main attraction, the Palms is actually tastefully designed. Some of the more appealing recent renovations include an addition to the parking structure and a luxurious update to the interior which features some of the worlds’ most unique and extravagant art installations.
This massive hotel complex spans through three towers that are connected to one another by a sky tube with a moving walkway. Also, don’t miss out on the movie theater, spa and salon complete with tanning beds, shops, and seemingly endless choices for food and drink.
History of The Palms Las Vegas
The casino was originally started by the Maloof family in 1999 and completed September 26, 2001. George Maloof attended UNLV where he studied casino management and operated hotels in California and Colorado before entering the Vegas scene. He used profits from the Fiesta Rancho to build Palms and is still a 2% partial owner and manager of Palms, although the majority owner is now Station Casinos.
The second tower which is referred to as the Fantasy Tower opened in 2005 and contains the most extravagant of suites and villas. The most expensive rooming you will find worldwide is at the Palms for $100,000.00 a night with a two-night minimum stay requirement.
Another round of renovations began in 2016 and completed in 2019, ensuring the Palms maintains its spot on the map as a top desired Vegas destination.
Amenities at The Palms Las Vegas
Experience the party of a lifetime with the comforts of home at the Palms Las Vegas. Whether you are looking for a standard hotel stay, or a home-away-from-home encounter, the Palms Las Vegas has you covered. Additionally, private condominium sales are also now offered in the third tower.
There are over 700 charming and trendy spaces available at The Palms Las Vegas, from standard rooms to extravagant villas.
Standard rooms have smoking or non-smoking options and are all modern and stylish. They feature large flat-screen TVs with high-end sound systems and all the expected things, like air conditioning, free wi-fi, and room service.
Modern style comes in many forms here and there are various unique suite choices with elaborate touches. Choose the hot pink Barbie-themed suite or go with a more refined vibe in a suite with private glass pools overhanging for impressive views of the strip.
A fireplace or private jacuzzi, walk-in closets, and floor to ceiling windows with impressive stratosphere-backed views of the Strip are just a few of the extravagant amenities you can find here. If you are the active type, check into accommodations featuring a private 2-lane bowling alley and a basketball half-court.
The pool at The Palms Las Vegas can be found inside on the 6th floor the Palms’ sister property, Palms Place. but the barely inconvenient venture there is totally worth it. A 50,000 sq. ft. oasis features the pool along with stone gardens, a jacuzzi, fireplace and waterfalls, and tropical plants, making you forget you are even indoors.
Get cozy on surrounding chaise loungers and cabanas that are available. Have your choice of ultimate relaxation or divulge in the ultimate pool party experience with the abundance of jacuzzis surrounding the pool area and clubs Chaos and Soak nearby.
Whether you are looking to participate in some classic cards, toss some dice, or try your luck at a machine, the casino at the Palms is always up with the latest in slot machines and table games.
It also contains 70 seats in 4 rows for the sportsbook with 4k screens, desk row seating leather swivel chair with own TV, and 16 seats in 4 rows for the racebook. Enter the high-limit room or play video-poker online.
The Spa, Salon, and Fitness Center
The spa at the Palms Las Vegas features 20 treatment rooms dedicated to their expansive menu of ultimate relaxation and rejuvenation services.
The fitness center at the Palms Las Vegas provides all you’d expect in a gym along with yoga, Pilates, spin classes, or even one-on-one personal training.
Dining Options At The Palms Las Vegas
There are multiple restaurant options and lounges at The Palms Las Vegas, ranging from a casual buffet to an upscale steakhouse. No matter where you find yourself on the property, you will never have to search for a bar there will always be one within reach. There are several outdoor patios with live music to enjoy.
The Unknown Bar is the central main bar in the casino and features a famous preserved shark installation. The shark theme doesn’t end there. Bobby Flay’s debuting restaurant Shark is on the main floor with influences of South America, Mexico, and the Mediterranian with a 20 ft bar and open grill to display the food’s creation.
Green Street Restaurant is a Video Arcade Speakeasy with a door disguised as a vending machine leading to a tunnel to the main bar and dining area. Here you can even find a Champagne vending machine!
Mabels BBQ is a large open casual dining area offering comfort cuisine and an impressive collection of over 130 whiskies – but it also has a restaurant in a restaurant! Saras is a tucked away speak easy style reminiscent of a classic Las Vegas.
Fast Facts About The Palms Las Vegas
- Standard rooms to One-of-a-Kind Vilas
- Multiple pools, some for partying, some for relaxing
- 24/7 room service and housekeeping available upon request
- Movie Theatre
- Recording Studio
- Concert Hall
- Night Clubs
- Fitness Center
- Event/Meeting Spaces
- 5+ quick-eat spots and 5 fine-dining options
- Selection of international cuisines
- 24/7 room service
- High-limit room
- Slot Machines
- Poker and online gaming
- Free wi-fi
- Free self-park or valet option
- Golf Course
- Website: https://www.palms.com/
- Phone: (702) 942-7777
- Address: 4321 W Flamingo Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89103