Palms Hotel and Casino
Just The Facts, Please.
95,000 sq ft
20,000 sq ft Spa at the Palms
2 acre pool area with 3 pools.
No mall, a few stores scattered around the edge of the casino, plus a food court, by the movie theater.
Playboy Club, great views of the strip from several nightclubs and restaurants.
Huntington Ink, Leor Jewelry Store, Playboy Store and Hotel Gift Shop.
Pool and Spa
2 acre pool area with 3 pools. One pool has a glass bottom and is positioned above a bar with blackjack tables, you can't get anymore Vegas than that!
20,000 sq ft Spa at the Palms is situated on three floors, complete with fitness floor with free weights and cardio machines and overlooks the pool area. A full array of massage treatments are offered. The AMP Salon is located next door for hair, makeup and manicure services.
Drift Spa is located in the adjacent Palms Place and boasts 20 treatment rooms plus the only Hammam in vegas, a large co-ed sauna of sorts.
Poker Room and Sports Book
10 tables divided among two separate poker rooms. One room is designated of limit games and the other room is for no-limit games. The chairs are notable for being below average in comfort.
187 seat race/sports book of which 140 have individual TVs for the race book. 50 of the 140 seats have Interactive Player Terminals, which allow customers to place bets directly from their chair.
Bars, Lounges and Nightclubs
Located at the top of the Palms, complete with outdoor patio, offering great views of the Strip. More of a lounge than a nightclub, max occupancy is 325.
Located on the top floor of the new Palms Fantasy Tower. The ceiling retracts to offer a stunning view of real stars.
The original Playboy Club opened in 1960 in Chicago, the last Playboy Club closed in Detroit in 1988. The retro Playboy Club is back now, at the Palms, on atop floor in the Palm's new Fantasy Tower.
Rain Las Vegas
A ground level Nightclub in the original Palms Building. Great lighting effects, including bursts of fire. 1,800 max occupancy.
Features live entertainment, from comedy and live music to fashion shows.
An Off-Strip property targeting the trendy young crowd. The casino and hotel are smaller than standard Strip properties.
The beds are very comfortable. The Friday Pool Party gets high marks. Many comments about how the Palms is geared towards the under age 30 crowd. Also comments how the Palms is not located on the Strip.
700 rooms split among two towers. The standard rooms are 440 sq ft. Rooms include safes and coffee makers. The upgraded "Superior Guestrooms" include Jacuzzi tub in the bathroom.
A live performance venue with performers such as Steely Dam, Peter Frampton and Mariah Carey. No audience member is more than 120 feet from the stage plus there are no obstructed views of the stage. Max seating 2,500.
14 Large screen movie theatres, including an IMAX Theatre.
24 hour cafe with a large and varied menu, serving everything from eggs to sandwiches to dinner entrees.
French cuisine served at the top of the Palms, offering great view of the strip. Michelin rated single star. More, please.
A surprisingly mediocre buffet from a property with such pretensions. More, please.
Gardunos and Blue Agave Oyster & Chile Bar
Gardunos features a large menu of Mexican standards while Blue Agave offers seafood roasts and a large selection of seafood appetizers. More, please.
Asian cuisine with a French influence plus Sushi. More, please.
Steakhouse with a Champagne and Caviar Bar. More, please.
Located in the new Fantasy Tower, just below the Playboy Nightclub, offering great views of the Strip. The menu features many traditional Italian dishes, including a classic caesar salad prepared table side. More, please.
Simon Restaurant and Lounge
Located at Palms Place overlooking the pool area. Known for using fresh herbs and organic ingredients. More, please.