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Palms Casino Resort
The Palms Casino Resort, located off of the Las Vegas Strip, provides guests with some of the most spectacular views of in the entire city of Las Vegas, with unique rooms, highly memorable venues to enjoy the nightlife and no shortage of top notch dining options.
The Palms serves as a popular hot spot for the cool crowd as well as a celebrity playground, thanks to its sky high retractable roof nightclub and poolside paradise. There are a bevy of well appointed guestrooms at this resort, which come with flat screen televisions, safes and minibars.
The Palms also boasts a 40 story Fantasy Tower, which is home to several fantasy suites. From the understated cool of the G-Suite to the lush Celebrity Suite, the Palms’ Fantasy Suites turn a typical vacation into a getaway designed to appeal to the high roller.
There are a wide range of other options, including the Crib Suite (which has a hip hop theme), the Hot Pink Suite (perfect for bachelorette parties) and the Erotic Suite (which speaks for itself). Several one and two story Sky Villas are available near the Fantasy Tower summit, providing opulence and unique amenities, such as a private Jacuzzi that overlooks the Strip.
With such plush accommodations, it is no wonder that the biggest stars tend to find themselves at the Palms. Numerous nightlife options abound, starting with Ghostbar. It’s open air deck delivers breathtaking 180 degree Las Vegas views from 55 stories up.
The Palms is also home to The Studio, where high profile artists come to record their latest hits. It also has The Pearl, where these songs are performed. The center bar, Social, delivers a more refined experience for guests.
If you’re looking get a manicure or put in a workout, the Palms has you covered with Recharge Salon and Fitness. The Palms Pool & Dayclub offers a welcome respite from the Vegas heat with several pools, including two that provide shallow lounging. When the summer months arrive, the Palms is home to some of the city’s most debauched pool parties.
Looking to have fun indoors? Head to the Brenden Theaters complex and its 14 theaters. The casino floor also has action to tempt you, with a 93 betting carrels and the Cantor Race & Sports Book.
The Palms’ dining scene is to die for. Nove Italiano serves handmade pastas and classic Italian favorites. At Alizé (created by Andre Rochat), diners enjoy a sophisticated French menu and floor to ceiling views.
The N9NE Steakhouse is located on the ground floor. It has a great atmosphere to match its prime aged beef cuts. At China House, peruse a menu that features over 200 chicken, beef, seafood and pork options. It also features several different soups and a focus on traditional hot pots.
Casual dining choices at the Palms include the Ayce Buffet, 24 Seven Cafe, Cafe on the Way and a massive food court called as The Eatery.
The Palms is home to the largest Hooters restaurant, which comes with a poolside bar with a staggering 50 televisions.
The Skytube is located in the food court and allows you to take a stroll to the adjacent Palms Place, where you can hang out with the cool people at Cafe 6 and head to another entrancing pool area.Book Now