Arguably the best fun spot in Las Vegas, the Palms Resort Las Vegas is a casino hotel and residential tower on West Flamingo Road. The off Strip property is best known as the base of MTV’s The Real World: Las Vegas and is a playground for celebrities.
Offering a seductive escape from the Las Vegas strip, the resort is where you can enjoy a memorable nightlife, well-appointed guest rooms and a host of dining options. This makes the Palms Resort and Casino a great spot for the hip, sophisticated and cool crowd.
Although the resort knows all about style, The Palms features three towers that delivers superior service and substance. Each tower has its own vibe and level of luxury.
The Ivory Tower houses 428 lavishly redesign rooms and suites that are divided into premier rooms offering 440 square feet; the 1,000 square feet Ivory Suites and the 3,000 square feet Real World Suites.
Offering a king or two queen beds, the premier rooms will let you enjoy a modern take on stylish living. These rooms are equipped with LCD TVs, custom artwork, In-Room Internet and Wi-Fi and spa-inspired bathrooms.
The Ivory Suites feature colorful furnishings, well-appointed living rooms and feather and down-free bedding. You will also have other amenities like LCD and plasma TVs, a walk-in closet, full bar and exotic woods for a warm and comfortable stay.
The Real World Suites offer 3 Bedrooms, a living room, dining room and kitchen. In room amenities include five TVs, an Olhausen pool table, and a full bar. You will also has car service, spa and fitness center access as well as a VIP nightclub pass.
When you want to escape it all, the Fantasy Tower is the place to be. The tower offers some of the most expensive hotel suites in the world. Although few can afford the Fantasy Suites, the accommodations will provide an escape from reality.
Ranging from superior guest rooms to sprawling Sky Villas, you will get to experience what true luxury is all about. The tower’s Superior rooms boast a contemporary decor with warm colors and modern furnishings.
These rooms will let you enjoy luxury and style with in room amenities like a pillow-top king bed, mini bar and a private Jacuzzi bath. The Fantasy Penthouses will let you rest in either a one or two bedroom Fantasy Penthouse with a designer décor.
These penthouses well-appointed amenities include a Jacuzzi tub, a spacious closet, a full bar, five TVs and a plush living room with a two-way fireplace.
The 2,350-square-foot Barbie suites feature custom Barbie art, a cozy fireplace, a full bar, steam showers, 3.5 bathrooms, a mirror made from 65 Barbie dolls and everything you would expect to find in Barbie’s Dream House.
The Kingpin Suite will let you enjoy a stainless steel pool table, a regulation-sized bowling alley, 24-hour butler service, and a theater-sized TV. The Sky Villas feature a range of jaw-dropping highlights including massage and fitness rooms, a private balcony, a glass-enclosed cantilevered pool, 24-hour butler service, a living room and a dining room.
Other options on the tower includes the Salon Suite, the Crib Suite, the g-Suite, the classic Hollywood-inspired Director’s Suite, the Erotic Suite and the massive Hardwood Suite with its impressive full-court.
The Palms’ focal point is the 3-acre pool complex, with separate pools for relaxing and others for partying. The three pools hosts a variety of events and have poolside bars with DJs playing all sorts of tunes, padded lounge chairs, and VIP cabanas with daybeds.
The pool area is home to the famed pool party, “Ditch Fridays,” which is what draws people to the resort, even if they are staying at resorts. For some over-the-top themed costume events and roaring fun, you will find the offerings at the Ghostbar Dayclub to be exceptional.
The shopping scene at the resort will offer you the chance to find top designer brands, accessories, specialty gifts, souvenirs or whatever you left at home.
The resort is also home to The Studio, where many artists record their latest singles and the state-of-the-art concert venue, Pearl.
The nights are normally sizzling at The palms, as the resort is home to several nightlife venues where you can have the time of your life. The Fantasy Tower is where you will find the sexy, sultry penthouse nightclub Moon Nightclub and the contemporary Rain Nightclub.
Located on the 53rd Floor at the top of the tower, Moon has a massive retractable floor, a VIP level with 6 Skyboxes and private balconies as well as a dance floor.
For a sophisticated vibe, you can visit Ghostbar on the 55th floor of the Ivory Tower. Ghostbar features floor-to-ceiling windows, a white, black, and fuchsia decor and allows you to reserve your own private piece of the club.
Food and Drinks
There are three fine dining restaurants at The Palms. Spectacular food from Chef Kieran Toivonen is served at the Italian restaurant, Nove Italiano.
Set high atop the Palms Fantasy tower, the restaurant offers magnificent views of the city that can be enjoyed with dishes like veal agnolotti, roasted Sonoma duck breast, chicken parmigiana, shrimp francaise, Maine lobster tail and filet mignon.
Mouthwatering French cuisine from Chef Andre Rochat and Chef de Cuisine Mark Purdy and a fine dining experience are offered at Alizé. Upon entering the Michelin-starred restaurant you will pass through the wine room and bar area before being seated.
Alizé’s gorgeous interior compliments its delicious menu, which boasts items like chilled terrine of foie gras, seared scallop, beef rib eye, vegetable and potato empanada, pecan caramel ice cream on toasted chocolate phyllo, the largest cognac collection in Vegas and an award-winning wine selection.
The Palms has a chic, high energy steakhouse, N9NE, which serves prime aged beef selections, stuffed ‘shrooms, fresh seafood, buffalo chicken wontons, whimsical desserts and hand-crafted cocktails in a vibrant atmosphere.
The resort is also home to a selection of casual restaurants including the ultimate burger place, Back Room Burger, the Bistro Buffet, 24 Seven Café, and The Eatery, at the west end of the casino.
You can spend the evenings sipping drinks at Ghostbar Lounge, Social, which specializes in whiskey-based cocktails, Tonic Bar, The Lounge and The View.
The Palms is home to a 95,000-square-foot casino with plush lounges and stylish bars. The casino has all the classic games and will allow you to throw the dice and play cards anytime you want.
You will also have over 1,300 slots featuring games like video poker and reels. You will have the freedom to wager whenever you want on the game of your choice at the 1,200 square feet race and sports book with almost 120 seats with individual flat screen TVs.
The casino’s table games feature craps, 6 deck shoe bj, let it ride, and three card poker.
A Final Word
Settled just a short distance west of the Strip, The Palms shares its location on Flamingo Road with the Palms Place Hotel and Spa.
The resort is a popular destination for younger people and partiers. The resort is loved by locals for its Ditch Fridays pool parties and is also great for Vegas regulars looking for a surprise.
Overall, visitors are drawn to The Palms for its hip vibe and affordable rates. The resort is also a short distance away from ARIA Resort & Casino and the Bellagio.
The four start Palms Casino Resort is located at:
4321 W. Flamingo Road
Las Vegas, NV 89103