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Palms Casino Resort
The Palms Casino Resort opened in November of 2001. The 265 million dollar property with its 42-story tower offers great views of the Strip. This resort offers an eclectic mix of restaurants and bars, a spa, salon, magnificent pool area, a 1200 seat entertainment venue, movie theaters, banquet and conference facilities and 95,000 square feet of casino action. The Palms Casino Resort is located minutes to fine dining, shopping, and entertainment venues.

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Would you visit this hotel again?
yes 87%  13% no

Is this hotel family friendly?
yes 62%  38% no
Based on 8 total ratings.

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americana, sp, USA - Saturday, November 22, 2008 at 18:16:26 (CST)
  I felt comfy in the casino...pricey for not being on the strip but nice
G <gfunks912@aol.com>
MI, USA - Saturday, February 04, 2006 at 22:00:20 (PST)
  The staff tries to be too hip to be courteous. The hotel was deserted on the Friday night I stayed there, I didn't even see a cocktail server. A fight broke out in the casino between the few people who were there. The security couldn't handle the situation and it lasted quite a while (I could have used a cocktail for the show). The hotel has tried too hard to appeal to the hip and now it attracts thugs who want to show off. The rooms are over-priced ($350) and certainly are nothing to brag about. You can hear the people next door breathing through the walls. The staff didn't care why I checked out 2 days early. I went over the the Hard Rock. They salvaged my trip. They were courteous, generous, exciting...just what you want in Las Vegas. Don't go to the Palms. Go to Hard Rock...I always will.
CT
USA - Wednesday, June 01, 2005 at 16:26:39 (PDT)
  I liked it. The only thing i didnt appreciate is the people at club palms were pretty stingy on giving comps where at other hotels they comp you for everything. I got like half off a meal but my friends spent thousands in the poker room and got a $10 off coupon for the buffet...that sucked.. i liked the atmosphere and the casino and rooms.
GK <gfunks912@aol.com>
Troy, MI, USA - Saturday, January 29, 2005 at 10:53:10 (PST)
  Palms offers an oustanding environment for young, let me stress younger, adults aged 21-35 tops. With its club themes and interesting variety of restaurants, there is something to do every night.

Maloof family really knows what they are doing. Rooms are nice, nothing amazing, if you want that go to Venetian. Again this hotel is marketed at a younger crowd, in fact the youngest crowd possible in Las Vegas, so if you are over 35 you may feel out of the mix.

Will be repeating customer there until i turn 35.
Alan M. H.
Tucson, AZ, USA - Sunday, April 18, 2004 at 22:03:44 (PDT)
  I stayed here in the middle of December 2002 (best time for Vegas)I booked the room for 4 nights and let's just say for what I paid I wouldn't be able to get more than a room downtown (once again mid December is a great time to go) The only drawback is be ready to hand over a credit card for incidental charges to the tune of $100 dollars per night....I refused to let them authorize my card for this and they finally relented and the only loss for me was I was locked out of the mini bar.......I guess there are some morons who actually spend $100 a night on tiny bottles of booze!!
The room was Great! with Egyptian cotton sheets, however my "strip" view was facing CA....But hey better than being stuck downtown! They bring you a USA Today every morning and Guests also get in to the Ghost Bar free and Thursday night at Rain get yourself on the VIP list and see how the pretty people party!!!
The Buffet is nothing to write home about but with a players card it's half off......I also had spa passes included with my stay which was good because the pool was closed (of course what would you expect in December?) From their ads on the t.v. in the room it looks like the Summer is the time to enjoy the pool and I'll definitely be there for it!!!
The thing that sticks out in my mind is when I arrived home after my trip I realized I had left my swimsuit hanging on the bathroom door....I called and they actually had it with a claim number and said they would hold it for me!!!! This place is owned by the Maloof family and they really do know what customer service is! I've found a new favourite place in Vegas!


K <bmw840i91@hotmail.com>
USA - Tuesday, May 20, 2003 at 18:22:28 (PDT)
  Never stayed here, but I felt bad when I saw there were no comments, so I'll say SOMETHING. I did gamble here in April 2002 and, sorry to say, lost my ass. I lost at video poker (despite hearing that this was a video poker palace) and got absolutely wiped out by a smug blackjack dealer. Still, I don't hold grudges and I'll try again in June (maybe). Come on folks, SOMEBODY must be staying here!? Comments please....
Tim
Portage, IN, USA - Tuesday, March 18, 2003 at 20:27:33 (PST)
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