Palms Casino Resort Las Vegas is back

Wednesday, May 04, 2022 0

Palms Casino Resort Las Vegas recently reopened its doors.

Having undergone more than a $600 million renovation in 2019, Palms Casino Resort features an eclectic mix of bars and restaurants, with the return of popular outlets like Scotch 80 Prime and Mabel’s BBQ by Chef Michael Symon.

Palms Casino Resort also brings back its A.Y.C.E. Buffet.

The resort also offers an expansive resort pool area featuring a multi-level, 73,000-square-foot space with two main pools and 39 cabanas, most with their own private pool.

The space also features oversized daybeds and poolside lounge chairs throughout.

Also returning is the upgraded 14-screen Brenden Theatres.

Additional details of the spa, entertainment, pool and nightlife offerings will be announced soon.

“The excitement and outpouring of support to see Palms reopen has been incredible. This is truly a special property, and we all consider it a privilege to be trusted with its return to the city,” said General Manager, Cynthia Kiser Murphey.

“Not many hotels get an opportunity to make a grand reintroduction in Las Vegas, but Palms is a unique property.”

Palms Casino Resort is making history as the first resort in Las Vegas fully owned and operated by a Native American Tribe.

Palms Casino Resort features two towers with 766 hotel rooms and suites, a diverse mix of bars, restaurants, live entertainment venues and immersive lifestyle experiences. 

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