Palms Place Hotel and Spa at the Palms Las Vegas
What We Love
- Sexy digs that are slick, modern and just flashy enough
- Free Internet access (limited to one device per room) is also included in the resort fee
- The intimate pool right next to Café 6
What To Know
- There’s no gaming in this tower, but it’s just a short walk to the Palms Casino
- For dining choices beyond Café 6, head next door to Palms Casino Resort, home to eight seriously good eateries
- Free WiFi
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
Set back from Flamingo Road, this sleek tower is connected to the Palms Casino Resort (where they shot the infamous Real World Las Vegas). Palms Place hits the midpoint of Vegas: it’s devoid of the perpetual cha-ching of slot machines and the screams of overactive roulette players — but it’s just a short walk to the adjoining casino when you’re ready for the action. The lobby sets the sexy, minimalist tone with sunken, buttery-soft leather sofas below and a strip of gold above. The philosophy of un-Vegas Vegas is driven home when guests enter one of the hotel’s 599 studios and suites — they’re slick, modern and just flashy enough, with nine-foot ceilings, hardwood and marble floors, sprawling marble bathrooms, and, for suites, views of the Strip or mountains out of floor-to-ceiling windows. The Palms Place pool is open year-round and also happens to be right next to Café 6, a favorite for hearty American dishes like the over-the-top Burn Your Face Off burger with pickled jalapeños, roasted poblano, habanero hot sauce, pepper jack cheese, and latin coleslaw. If you don’t want the sit-down experience, you can just order at the pool and chow down on healthy fare straight from your float.
In the Area
Enjoy killer views with the party people at The Palms’ Ghostbar. Need to escape the scene? Mount Charleston is an hour away and offers 12,000 vertical feet of hiking, biking, horseback riding and climbing. Or check out the Hoover Dam. Built more than 70 years ago, it’s still a wonder at 726 feet high, 1,244 feet long and 660 feet thick. If the tables aren’t treating you right, indulge in some retail therapy at the Las Vegas Premium Outlets, with upscale shops like Burberry, Dolce & Gabbana, and Ted Baker.
How to Get There
3 nights stay here as part of a road trip across USA.
Easy check in and polite staff.
Room on 36th floor with glass balcony and fantastic view over the strip.
Lovely apartment room with kitchen, sofa , comfortable bed and bathroom.
Good location to visit strip.
Good facilities nearby with shops/ restaurants.
Parking onsite was free.
Loved our stay here.highly recommend
The staff here are all very friendly, Our room was extremely dark and dreary. Makes it almost impossible to get any work done, or even to put on makeup. The tile floor was grimmy in the kitchen area and the red bed stand lamp was really dusty. We have stayed here before and deal with the darkness of the room, however the cleanliness is a deal breaker for me in the room. Way way overpriced for what you get
Stayed in room 18102
Although they are still doing construction, (they were on our last visit as well) we had no complaints.
Sad the pool is not available but anxious to see the new pool when It is all complete.
Staff from the Valet, Baggage men and front desk staff all were very pleasant.
Are room was clean and comfortable.
Large and spacious bathroom.
We have not checked out the spa but hope to on a future visit.
Nice newly decorated front desk and bar called Unknown in Lobby area.
We will stay again in the future and really looking forward to see everything when the construction is done.
We really enjoyed our stay at Palms Place. The location is as awesome as the condo. The host was very responsive when we had a problem connecting to the internet. We were there for a concert at the Palms which is next door.....very convenient.
An unusual set up in that these "studio apartments" may or may not be privately owned.
Pro: quiet entrance and lobby with no need to trek far and through a casino.
Room is a good size with small kitchen, large jetted tub and separate shower.
Cons: $44 per night "resort fee". Resort fee charges continue to outage me, especially in a season where there is no possibility of pool or other resort type use.
Also room is pretty shabby, which is really obvious given the contemporary decor.
Couch cushions are very faded and bed cushions are stained with what is clearly hair oils.
Finally, rooms were advertised as with balcony, but doors are permanently locked so balcony is not accessible.
To sum up: not worth the close to $300 a night total. For that money (we stayed sat and sun) you can find a much nicer room without the stains.