The Palms in Las Vegas has transformed from a party hot spot to a luxury destination following a $690 million renovation and a change in ownership to the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians. The resort now offers exquisite dining options, a world-class art collection, and a stunning pool deck with private cabanas and unique suites, catering to both partygoers and those seeking relaxation. Located off the Vegas strip, the Palms has something for everyone.
The renovated reception area features artwork from renowned artists such as Jean-Michel Basquiat and Andy Warhol, and includes a “Wish You Were Here” sculpture, perfect for social media photo opportunities.
The Palms offers a variety of accommodations, from standard rooms to exceptionally themed suites. The Fantasy Tower, for example, provides spacious and sophisticated rooms with walk-in showers, while other specialized suites like the Kingpin Suite and Cinema Suite offer exclusive amenities.
For a remarkable dining experience, guests can visit La Popular, the Palms’ new Mexican restaurant, offering a bright and tropical ambiance and a menu featuring a wide variety of tacos, enchiladas, and sides. Additionally, Scotch 80 Prime, the Palms’ signature steakhouse, serves an array of fine steak cuts, seafood options, and boasts an extensive wine selection.
Guests can relax and enjoy the pool areas, including the Laguna Pool for everyone and the Soak Pool for those wanting their own private cabana with a plunge pool. After a swim, the spa offers rejuvenating facial and massage treatments.
Entertainment options at The Palms include the Ghostbar rooftop lounge, providing panoramic views of the city, and the Pearl Theater, which hosts various concerts and comedy acts throughout the year.
Whether you are seeking vibrant nightlife or a tranquil retreat, The Palms offers an ideal Las Vegas stay. Book your stay now at 4321 W. Flamingo Road.
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