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Palace Station Hotel and Casino
84,000 square foot casino and sports book with over 2,200 slots and video poker machines and 55 tables. 1,028 rooms and suites, five restaurants, two pools.

Overall rating:
Would you visit this hotel again?
yes 73%  27% no

Is this hotel family friendly?
yes 76%  24% no
Based on 30 total ratings.

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5stars  swingers return
Well the dingos n friends returned to Las Vegas. 16 of us total. Swing party all 5 days. Orgies and bodies everywhere. Older yet stamina still intact. This was the best stingiest ever. Peace out. Live the lifestyle. Be a swinger. Mic drop.
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Maryland, USA - Saturday, March 31, 2018 at 12:53:42 (UTC)
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Las Vegas, NV, USA - Friday, June 23, 2006 at 13:17:19 (PDT)
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Las Vegas, NV, USA - Friday, June 23, 2006 at 13:15:40 (PDT)
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Las Vegas, NV, USA - Friday, June 23, 2006 at 13:15:38 (PDT)
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Las Vegas, NV, USA - Friday, June 23, 2006 at 13:15:35 (PDT)
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Las Vegas, NV, USA - Friday, June 23, 2006 at 13:15:32 (PDT)
We came in a group of 17 familys/rooms. When making resorvations we had asked to be put into a block so that we were all together. We were all split up, we had people in different wings, the rooms were too small, too much furniture for the size of the room, the beds were hard, and UNCLEAN! Most of our parents found bugs and hair in the bathroom. The front desk was very unhelpful as we checked in. They wre not willing to fix the problems. The hotel was not worth the price we payed at all. Security was not helpful and were very rude to my kids and made unwanted comments that were uncalled for. Would not EVER stay here agian and would not ever recommend this to anyone else.
CA, USA - Tuesday, June 13, 2006 at 23:06:25 (PDT)
  It really sucked your should go to TROPICANA!!!!!!
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Texas, fl, USA - Thursday, January 05, 2006 at 13:42:13 (PST)
  Ok Just to start off...everyone was rude. You couldnt ask a question because they put a bad face. If you needed anything they took like an hour to get it for you. In the mexican restuarant i found A piece of plastic in my food which was totally nasty!!My wife fell because of a roof leaking and the floor was all wet!! it was terrible!! Everything was far from the hotel the gift shop was like 20 minutes away..Yea off course there were some positives stuff about the hotel ..but i think there were plenty of negative stuff to say about..I would never ever return to this hotel...But i sure loved the hotel tropicana it was FANTASTIC!!. I RECOMEND TROPICA BETTER ..
Fort myers, fl, USA - Thursday, January 05, 2006 at 13:40:43 (PST)
  My stay at Palace Station was outstanding. The hotel reservation desk had to change my room because of my handicap with a recent back operation. They did this imediantly with a smile. The buffet hostess who seated us was outstanding and always with a pleasant smile. The slot attendents were always pleasant and ready to help you with any problem with the slot machines. All the services at the hotel were outstanding. I have been going to Las Vagas for thirty years and I have never received the services that I got there. I have many friends who go to Vagas at least two or three times a year and I will certainly tell them about Palace Station. I also intend to go back to Palace Station.
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Fort Worth, tx, USA - Tuesday, May 17, 2005 at 12:30:03 (PDT)
  Great deals await those who stay at the Palace. We put together a 4 day trip out of Buffalo: return air, 4 nights (included coupons and free shuttle) for $256USD. THe location is great as well,especially if you are planning to head out to Red Rock Canyon. I would stay there again.
Mark <>
USA - Monday, March 28, 2005 at 15:01:32 (PST)
  Close and convenient to everything, they need to add more stops, like downtown to the shuttle. Had the friendliest maid I'd ever met, I got ill there, the flu, and she was very helpful.
What bothered me was the large amount of money I spent on the tables and I was not comped my room stay, because I move freqently from table to table. They said they coulnt keep track of me because I moved so much. BULL. In palm Springs casinos they do. But all in all, I like Palace Station better than any otyhers because its small and friendly. I go there every other month.
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Joshua Tree, CA, USA - Saturday, January 08, 2005 at 18:05:07 (PST)
  if u like old women and smelly fingers, go to palace station
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rr, rr, USA - Wednesday, March 10, 2004 at 23:37:29 (PST)
  this place sucked asssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssss
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anaheim, ca, USA - Wednesday, March 10, 2004 at 23:36:03 (PST)
  Just wanted to say that the employees are really friendly and we have a great time whenever we go to Palace Station. Hope some day they open a Station Casino in Tahoe!
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Eureka, CA, USA - Thursday, May 15, 2003 at 04:43:58 (PDT)
OK place, wife and I stayed at Aladdin last time. Anywho, rooms were in old area of hotel. The first 2 nights were ok, spent alot of time taking free shuttle to the Strip. On 3rd night, we were going to our room and a woman approached us. We decided to get a few drinks and go back to the room. Had a 3 some and it was fun. I got to see wife and this lady have fun and I had first 3 some. Turns out she wasnt a call girl, etc., but a angry wife who had a fight with hubby. Nice ass and tight as hell to. Viva Las Vegas.........
Johnnie Dingo
USA - Monday, December 23, 2002 at 13:49:03 (PST)
We loved it! There is a shuttle to the Tropicana if you do not want to rent a car. We always rent a car, but som of these reviews talk about when people have no car. The resturants are OK, the casino floor is nice and open, but thee is a down-home feel. Both of us had a great time, and though we mix it up when we fly out there, I think we might book another Palace Station stay next year.
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Reading, PA, USA - Wednesday, September 25, 2002 at 07:44:07 (PDT)
Palace Station is wonderful! Great deals on rooms, and its cheap ($10/n) to upgrade to the tower at check-in. Its not wicked fancy, but its as nice as most hotels you stay in while on vacation anyways. Plenty of towels by the pools. The casino has a great atmosphere late night, as you can tell the crew knows most of the gamblers by name, its fun to sit at these tables with these people, its like being part of a family. Low minimums, too, so you dont lose an arm and a leg. Their mexican resturant is better than anything we've tried around home! You need a car but you would need a car anyways if you were going golfing or sightseeing, etc. so that is not too much of an inconvieninece. And it is right on W. Sahara, just a couple of blocks from the Strip's best gift shop :) I say Stay here for the room, and see the others for free...
Michael G. <>
cranston, RI, USA - Wednesday, July 10, 2002 at 05:28:38 (PDT)
It's hard to complain about Palace Station with the $25 per night deal we got from Still, the Garden rooms are small and cramped, somewhat dingy, and lack some amenities I consider basic (e.g., coffee maker, bathtub). The carpet and wallpaper in the hallways were at least 20 years old and, quite frankly, it smelled. I understand that the rooms in the tower of the hotel are much nicer, though more expensive.

I'm not much of a gambler, but the casino seemed OK, if on the small side. Mainly the geriatric set and a lot of folks from the South Eastern US. This place prides itself on being a "localsí casino", but I can't see what advantage that might present a tourist. It's about a mile from the strip and nothing's within walking distance, so you have to take a car or hotel shuttle. I recommend renting a car if you plan to stay here.

The hotel has a comedy club, which is free or discounted for guests. I enjoyed the show and thought this was a good deal. There are a few mediocre restaurants, a Starbucks and a Krispy Cream, but there is a very nice Irish Bar which seems oddly out of place in the hotel.

I wouldn't stay at the Palace Station again. The Garden rooms and the distance of the hotel to the strip really turned me off. Even if you're really cheap or on a budget, there are better deals in Vegas.

Matt Smith <>
Columbus, OH, USA - Friday, June 21, 2002 at 09:09:21 (PDT)

This is a good place. Its not super fancy but I can get what I want and if not, there is always the strip. Id say the table mins are OK. I didnt do well at Bingo so all those people talking about bingo, I never won! My girlfriends and I like to stay here as you dont get hit on all the time at the pool, unless you want to and act it. Security is great. I think the outfits the waitress wear are more respectful than some places on the Strip (Paris, Mandalay) I prefer Orleans but Palace Station gets some of our buisness. Se you in September!
Kim LeGrange <>
wilmington, DE, USA - Tuesday, May 28, 2002 at 07:43:39 (PDT)
its ok but you nneed a rental car. if you have one then its great value. late at night its a familiar crowd and everyone is relaxed with each other. I stay there or at Texas or Boulder statin. Sunset is too far off strip. I plan on going to Palace Sation next October and i am not even looking at competitors. Great prices on food!
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NY, NY, USA - Wednesday, May 15, 2002 at 10:11:29 (PDT)

Now, to be serious: I have stayed in LV four times now, and three of those was at PS. I look first for deals to go there, and if there is nothing good then I look at strip hotels. Boulder Station is good too, but the location of Palace rocks.

Someone said PS is in a bad spot (W.Sahara, one block off of LV Blvd). WRONG! If you are going to valley of fire, SUmmerlin or to another golf/resort area, Hoover Dam, Red Rocks...this is the best location as to easy-on and easy-off access. Last summer and fall they were doing construction on the ramp and yes I know that ties up traffic.

But c'mon. Construction happens!

The casino is wonderful, there are 50c roulette and $3 craps tables, all the way up to "high roller" areas if you must wager large. The sportsbook is very competitive; many days I went to the strip to look for various prop or futures bets and in the end, I booked them at PS when I got up the following morning.

The bingo is F-A-S-T! Keep those daubers handy :) and the slots are pretty friendly.

All the dealers, stickmen, croupiers etc were very friendly and if you had a players card, knew you by first name.

The room was standard. I have stayed in the courtyard twice and once took the upgrade to the tower. Well Worth it! I like the courtayrd rooms though as it gets you to the pool or jacuzzi faster.

How many hours are you in your room, anyways? You can sleep when you get home!

The best mexican this side of the Pecos is contained therein! Guadalajara has an amazing menu. The salsa bar alone will fill you up. The Iron Horse is OK, standard breakfast fare. Buffet is cheap, but standard, and we usually do not eat at buffets when in Sin City.

Its family-friendly, though I for one am sick of rude people pushing strollers into me. Its not the kids fault! Blame their drivers.

Yes its small, and its not terribly glitzy. But as I tell people "When I walk into PS, either as a guest or as a visitor, I feel as if I am home"

I get that feeling every time. That speaks volumes. I highly recommend PS for anyone. If you haven't tried it, do so once. It might not be fancy enough for the "special honeymoon" or "BigWig convention" but for Vegas Value, it cant be beat.

SF <>
Milford, MA, USA - Wednesday, May 15, 2002 at 09:42:05 (PDT)

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