Palms Place Hotel and Spa

Palms Place Hotel and Spa

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4321 W Flamingo Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89103
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Situated near the airport, this Las Vegas resort is also close to Fashion Show Mall and Thomas and Mack Center. Another nearby attraction is Sands Expo Convention Center.

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The Palms Casino Resort include a restaurant and a bar/lounge. Room service is available 24 hours a day. Recreational amenities include a health club, a spa tub, a sauna, a fitness facility, and a steam room. The property's full service health spa has beauty services. This 4.0 star property has a business center and offers small meeting rooms, limo/town car service, and audio visual equipment. High speed Internet access is available in public areas. This Las Vegas property has event space consisting of banquet facilities, conference/meeting rooms, and exhibit space. Business services, wedding services, and tour assistance are available. Guest parking is complimentary. Additional property amenities include a casino, a poolside bar, and valet parking.

Guestrooms.
There are 700 guestrooms at The Palms Casino Resort. Beds come with pillowtop mattresses and premium bedding. Bathrooms feature shower/tub combinations, makeup/shaving mirrors, designer toiletries, and hair dryers. In addition to in room safes (accommodate laptops), guestrooms offer multi line phones with voice mail. Televisions have pay movies. Air conditioned rooms also include desks, minibars, blackout drapes/curtains, and electronic check out. Guests may request hypo allergenic bedding and wake up calls. A nightly turndown service and housekeeping are available. Cribs (infant beds) and rollaway beds are available on request.



Notifications and Fees:

The following facilities are closed seasonally each year. They will be closed between November and March:

  • Swimming pool
  • The following fees and deposits are charged by the property at time of service, check in, or check out.

    • phone deposit: US$ 1 per day

    The above list may not be comprehensive. Fees and deposits may not include tax and are subject to change.

    Amenities

    Bar
    Fitness Center
    Spa Services
    Free WiFi
    Internet Access
    Free Parking
    Laundry Services
    Business Center
    Meeting Rooms
    Cribs Available
    Air conditioning
    Connecting Rooms

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    Belleville

    Omg! Awesome time saw some funny unusual things. Buffet in Psalms Hotel (the one a few blocks from the airport) is the best ever! Hotel classy, clean, friendly people. First visit to Vegas

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    Reno

    Rooms were nice and clean. Bathroom was huge but the toilet unfortunately didn't have its own door. We overslept and missed our checkout time but the cleaning staff kindly reminded us and the desk people gave us an extra hour with no charge.

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    Menlo Park

    Nice hotel off the strip. The rooms are big and the beds are pretty comfortable. Not as fancy as the Wynn, the Venetian, or other hotels on the strip - furniture starting to feel a tad dated. But the lobby is nice.

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    Local from Las Vegas

    Nice hotel that's off the strip. A bit removed from the action, but still a solid hotel. Made more famous by the world series of poker

    Recommended for:Hipsters
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    Puerto Vallarta

    Nice but a little bit smaller, slightly less fancy than some of the others and a bit further from the strip.

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    Austin

    This is one of my favorite places to stay if I don't want to be on the Las Vegas Strip. The rooms are very nice, especially the suites, and the casino is always exciting with a lot of energy and young people having fun. There are good restaurants, bars, nightclubs, and pool parties.

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    Anaheim
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    Although my stay here started off horribly, the staff and management gave it a great ending. So for that, here's 4 stars to Palms Hotel!

    I stayed at the hotel from July 13-15, 2012. I had actually booked my reservation through Bookit.com after seeing an amazing deal for $149 a night to stay at the Palms Place's one-bedroom 1200 sq ft suite. My family checked in before me sinc eI was flying in. I arrived at the airport with my brothers telling me that we were actually NOT staying at the Palms Place as booked, but rather, at the Palms Hotel, in the outdated one-bedroom suite there due to the hotel being overbooked. I mean, c'mon, look at that room compared to what we were supposed to have and I tell you: NO CONTEST. I was upset to hear that we were staying at an inferior room, and after looking at it, would not have paid $149 a night even for that. My brother did tell me that Dada, one of the Front Desk managers, had arranged for us to get free beer and chips and a refrigerator be sent to our room (we had brought perishable food with us thinking that we were staying at Palms Place, which had refrigerators). Dada also informed us that we would be upgraded to a penthouse on our second night. Ok, that's cool. We could live with that.

    However, the next day, we grew impatient to find out that our room wasn't ready and it was already 2 PM, 3 PM, and even 5 PM had passed, and we were even more enraged that the reason we even went to Las Vegas (to stay in a nice and spacious room with beautiful décor) was destroyed. I even said I would never stay at the Palms again and would be telling all my friends about my horrible experience there. At 6 PM, Sarah from Reservations informed us that our penthouse that we were supposed to stay at was actually booked but that we were going to be upgraded to a 2 story sky villa. Um...ok. (This was the part where I jumped around in utter sheer happiness in silence while on the phone). Upon hearing this, my family and I got ridiculously excited and just laughed and smiled for HOURS - not kidding. Literally hours. My first thought was, "All is forgiven!" When we went to the room, we acted like we were on MTV Cribs. We even made our own video like we were celebrities or something! It was the most amazing room we've ever stayed at. There was a glass elevator (which didn't work at the time but whatever we were so excited we could have ran up and down the stairs all night), 3 bedrooms all with pictures of Playboy models on the walls, a rotating bed (a la Austin Powers style), mirrors on the ceiling (which no one got to use), a jacuzzi, pool that came out to the windows, too many TVs, a kitchen, a bar, a stereo system, a sauna, a massage room, and everything awesome you could think of to come with a room. It was so amazing that we wanted to give up our concert tickets to see Marcus Schultz at Marquee and just party in the room. I've never felt like NOT going out because a room was that cool. We did, however, feel so lucky that we gambled all night. The upgrade to that room even made losing fun! Haha. A million thank you to Dada and Sarah for hooking it up!

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    San Luis Obispo

    My favorite off-Strip casino hotel in Las Vegas, the Palms has a slightly trashy, kind of sexy vibe, plus some of the best-odds gaming tables and slot machines in town. Drop by N9NE Steakhouse to spot celebs, then scoot up the elevator to ghostbar or Moon nightclub, where you can dance under the stars. The rooms are sometimes overpriced for what you get, but on weekdays they can be a sweet deal.

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    Los Angeles

    I am such a PIMP!!!! Stayed in a Penthouse suite in the Fantasy tower!

    This room is BAD ASS! Includes: in room bar, nice red leather couches, marble tables. Not 1, but TWO giant bathrooms: shower had flashing neon lights (you can play red light green light in the shower), 8 shower heads (make sure every inch of your body is super squeaky clean), jacuzzi (bubble bath anyone?) and TV (pay-per-view porn is readily available). I could spend hours just in the bathroom! Large walk-in closet - every girl's dream, every man's nightmare! Floor to ceiling windows gives a semi-panoramic view of the strip. Fireplace, multiple plasma TV's, and remote controlled lights and curtains. In sin city, Sloth is a sin not frowned upon but highly encouraged.

    Life is rough when you are a balla!

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    Santa Cruz

    The Ghost Bar on the top top top floor is the BEST view of the city! Go there for drinks while the sunsets then make your way around the bar + to the other clubs in the Palms.

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    Local from Las Vegas

    Ok, let me start by saying I am a huge fan of this place. Great restaurants, and friendly and helpful staff. One thing that strikes you as you walk thru casino is the odd mix of patrons. On the one hand you have the locals from the grey hair set who are walking laps from the slot machines and the buffet. on the other hand you have the younger and considerably more scantily clad hip crowd. That being said the two groups do not seem to get each others way. This place is a great experiment in tolerance and coexistence. So I say make the short trip off the strip and check out The Palms. Live it up you are in Las Vegas for cryin’ out loud!

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    Austin

    How can you wrong with Las Vegas to begin with right? But the Palms does it better than most even though it is off the strip. The rooms are amazing as expected in Vegas. What topped it off for me was the pool, the restaurants like NINE and the nightlife including Ghost Bar and the Playboy Club. It is hard not to enjoy your stay at the Palms.

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    Sydney

    The Palms was a great base in Vegas. The rooms are nice there is a great pool and facilities. There are some night clubs in the casino or the strip is only 5mins away in a taxi.
    This was great for our first time to vegas where the strip was expensive and a little overwhelming.
    The Mexican restaurant in the hotel is a winner!
    Also it is one of the only hotels in Vegas where i don't get lost!!!

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    San Francisco

    I suppose luck was on my side when I entered myself in one of their Twitter contests and won a free night stay at the hotel. Got myself a corner room on the 22nd floor of The Palms Tower. It was very spacious, and had a spectacular panoramic view of The Strip. I recommend that you request one if they have it. You barely hear any noise from other guests passing through the halls because of the location. I didn't really get the chance to take everything in during my stay, as I was in and out most of the time. Because of that, I ended up forgetting my iPod charger when I checked out. I managed to get a hold of someone at the security desk and was able to claim it later that day with no hassle. Overall, very nice place to stay if you're considering being off, but not too far from The Strip.

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    Pittsburgh

    Wouldn't stay here. Check out the more high-end palms place next door. Although the casino area is great and the games are much cheeper than on the strip.

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    Young, fun, hip crowd in the casino but skip the Playboy Club and the Italian restaurant below it. Sky high prices for mediocre food and entertainment.

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    San Jose

    Palms is nice depending on what you decide to book and for this I'm giving them a 4-star simply because you can choose to book at Palms Place and get a fantastic experience on the cheaps with just a short drive to the strip.

    Some benefits of staying here includes a break on your wallet since things are a little bit cheaper as they are compensating you for being off strip. The ghost bar is really pretty cool and their club scene is far less snob and stuck up than a few blocks down towards the strip.

    The rooms in the Palms aren't as nice as in Palms Place but you can get a cheaper room to stay in at the Palms and still get the luxury feel of perhaps a 4-star hotel on the strip. It never hurts that Britney has her own spot here ... but it's not really like you can get to it.

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    Belmont

    Hip hotel, once upon a time. The clubs are still pretty hopping (ghost bar, rain, etc.), so it's still worth hitting up once in a while. There's some spectacular views of the strip if you get to party up near the top floors.

    The new building next to the hotel, Palms Place, boasts some amazing penthouse suites with terrific views. Had the pleasure of attending a party there once... Wow, hot tub on the deck, pool table, full kitchen, living, dining, 2 bed, 2 bath... it's got it all. Definitely check them out if you get the opportunity.

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    Los Angeles

    The Palms is supposed to be an awesome party hotel, but I just didn't get into it when I stayed here. Overall, it's a decent hotel, but unfortunately, not very memorable for me. The only memorable thing was laying out poolside (nice pool area) and observing a man in his 40's sporting a perm try to hit on a much younger lady.

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    Los Angeles

    2.5 stars of 5. This place is for those in their 20's....not necessarily a bad thing.

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    Amenities

    Internet Access
    • Free WiFi
    Dining & Drinks
    • Poolside bar
    • Nightclub
    • Breakfast available (surcharge)
    Fitness & Recreation
    • Tours/ticket assistance
    • Concierge services
    • Shopping on site
    • Pool sun loungers
    • Outdoor seasonal pool
    • Pool umbrellas
    • Pool cabanas (surcharge)
    • Fitness facilities
    • Spa services on site
    • Full-service spa
    • Health club
    • Turkish bath/Hammam
    • In-room massage available
    Transportation
    • Limo or Town Car service available
    • Free shopping center shuttle
    Parking
    • Free self parking
    • Free valet parking
    Accessibility
    • In-room accessibility
    • Accessible bathroom
    • Roll-in shower
    Traveling with Children
    • Free cribs/infant beds
    Pets
    • Pets not allowed
    Services & Conveniences
    • Hair salon
    • Luggage storage
    • 24-hour front desk
    • Dry cleaning/laundry service
    • Elevator/lift
    • Safe-deposit box at front desk
    • Multilingual staff
    • Free newspapers in lobby
    • Business center
    • Wedding services
    • Conference space
    • Porter/bellhop
    • Gift shops or newsstand
    • ATM/banking
    • Conference center
    Bath
    • Free toiletries
    • Hair dryer
    • Designer toiletries
    Bed
    • Premium bedding
    • Hypo-allergenic bedding available
    • Pillowtop mattress
    • Rollaway/extra beds (surcharge)
    In-Room Dining
    • Minibar
    • Room service (24 hours)
    Media & Technology
    • Phone
    • Television in common areas
    • Cable TV service
    • Flat-panel TV
    • Pay movies
    Housekeeping
    • Daily housekeeping
    Other Room Amenities
    • Air conditioning
    • In-room climate control (air conditioning)
    • Blackout drapes/curtains
    • In-room climate control (heating)
    • Connecting/adjoining rooms available
    • Iron/ironing board
    • Desk
    • Free local calls
    • Free newspaper
    • In-room safe (laptop compatible)
    Property Info
    • Total number of rooms - 703
    • Express check-out
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