The Palms Casino Resort
What We Love
- Some of the city’s best clubs, bars and restaurants are on-site
- The protruding glass floor at Ghostbar, 55 stories over Vegas
- Getting hot and steamy at the co-ed hammam in the Drift Spa
- The young, hot, carefree crowd
- Easy in-and-out self-parking, to avoid the valet waits
What To Know
- The Palms is not on the Vegas Strip; it’s about a mile and a half away, a $15 cab ride or a 25-minute walk
- Palms Pool is open only from mid-March to early November; the daytime scene is a bit lacking without the poolside fun
- The Palms Casino Resort is about the party scene; if you want an occasional respite, check out the neighboring Palms Place (which has a pool that's open year-round)
- Free WiFi
- Handicap Accessible
- Parking On Site
It’s all about classic hedonism at the Palms Las Vegas: nightlife, gambling, pool parties, and swanky guest rooms for more after-hours fun. Within the Palms enclave, the Fantasy Tower flaunts a cool, contemporary feel to suit the tastes of its young and stylish party-hard crowds, perfect for hosting the true “what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas” experience—without those chain-smoking slot-hoggers. The menu at Drift Spa, one of the resort’s best features, runs the full gamut of pampering indulgences. The single and adventurous should check out the co-ed hammam for easing tensions built up after hours spent on the game floor.
In the Area
While the Palms attracts a younger crowd than most Vegas resorts, it’s worth the drive (or walk) to the Strip, where most of the action takes place. For a little retro fun, tell your taxi to drop you off at the Pinball Hall of Fame, home to the world’s largest collection of machines, or head to the Neon Boneyard, the final resting place of the city’s glittering signs. Need to escape the Vegas scene? The Hoover Dam, built more than 70 years ago 30 miles outside the city, remains a bucket-list attraction. The serene natural trails through Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area also feel worlds away from the Vegas gimmicks. Practice your camera settings for closeups of tarantulas and scorpions.
How to Get There
Quick ride to top floor, with an unobstructed view of Las Vegas. This club has comfy couches, outdoor bar and music. Makes for a perfect party venue event. More comfy couches and furniture fills the very large room. Staff is great and food is delicious. Yes
Let me start by saying that I love Station Casinos. They are, by far, my favorite properties to stay in and play in. With that being said, I will NEVER EVER stay at the Palms again....especially on a weekend. They have “pool parties” every weekend, UNTIL 4AM, where the music and DJ’s are so loud that you can hear them CLEARLY even when you are staying on the 22nd floor. I got ZERO sleep staying her over the Labor Day holiday. And that’s with headphones on and my iPod at a higher volume. The only saving grace from this trip was that the Palms staff FINALLY was able to move us to a room on the other side of the building the last night we were there. However, their complete and utter disregard for their paying hotel guests was absolutely abysmal. I do not stay in hotels because of the night club night life. I stay there because I want a nice, QUIET room, a nice pool, and good restaurants. To be charged what we do in Vegas (ie: those ridiculous “amenities” fees) and then have to deal with noise issues on top of it is absolutely and completely disappointing. I will not be back to the Palms ever because of this.
I absolutely love this hotel, but HATE THIS CASINO! The going joke is, If you wanna win at the palms do not play! I promise you it is the only way to win lol. This is my 25th to 30th time playing here, slots that is, and it's a joke! Never once have I won. I mean seriously, Whatever laws they have on gambling and payouts do not apply here every casino in the United States pays more you can never win at this place with that being said it's good to pop in a 100 bucks to get free rooms with your card in of course. Do not make the mistake of trying to win. Its impossible. But the rooms are beautiful and cheap. The Room they gave me this time they charged me $60 a night to upgrade to it and the covers for the full out couch were just thrown in the closet not even cleaned there is no slippers in the slivered thing the vanity kit was open and spread around the bathroom and the shaving kit was open it was almost like they just clean the Room but didn't change out anything else and they had the nerve to charge me for it! Pathetic!