Palms Casino Resort

By Elle
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In A Nutshell

The Palms is a nice alternative to the craziness of the Las Vegas Strip. It’s a hidden gem — the perfect mix of good entertainment, good restaurants, and a hip/modern atmosphere.

Palms Las Vegas


4321 West Flamingo Road
Las Vegas, NV 89103

Hotel Type / Price Range

4-Star / Moderate Deluxe – $$

Hotel Deals & Discounts

Hotel Features

Hotel Website

  • Year Built: 2001
  • Year Last Renovated: 2022
  • Minimum Room Size: 440 square feet
  • Casino: Yes
  • Pool: Yes
  • Spa: Drift Spa and Hammam
  • Day Club / Nightclub: N/A
  • Resort Fee: $39 USD resort fee per night
  • Parking Fee: Free Parking
  • Top Shows / Entertainment: Pearl Concert Theater
  • Top Restaurants: Tim Ho Wan, AYCE Buffet, Scotch 80 Prime, Mabel’s BBQ

Palms Las Vegas, a sleek off-Strip gem, underwent a $690 million renovation recently, ushering in a new era of modern sophistication. While its cool factor dipped for a while, recent changes, including new restaurants and features, signal a resurgence.

With trendy restaurants, diverse entertainment options, and unique room offerings, Palms caters to a stylish crowd seeking a vibrant and upscale Las Vegas experience.

The Palms’ lobby, evolving from a party scene to a sophisticated modern resort, welcomes guests with the stylish Rojo Lounge. Adorned with red-lit bars, vinyl booths, and swanky décor, it reflects the resort’s commitment to sophistication over flash.


Palms offers a diverse range of rooms, from modern standard accommodations to opulent villas with glass-enclosed pools overlooking the Strip.

Among the signature rooms, there’s The Fantasy Tower, Ivory Tower, and Palms Place, each provide a distinct ambiance, ensuring a comfortable and stylish stay. The rooms feature spa-inspired bathrooms with deep soaking tubs, top-of-the-line amenities, frosted glass showers, and sleek stone finishes.


  • Living Area: Enjoy a spacious living area for relaxation and entertainment.
  • Minibar: A well-stocked minibar for your convenience.
  • Floor-to-Ceiling Views: Immerse yourself in breathtaking views with floor-to-ceiling windows.
  • 48″ Television: Stay entertained with a 48-inch television.
  • Wi-Fi: Stay connected with complimentary Wi-Fi.
Palms Las Vegas Rooms
Courtesy of Palms

Other rooms include Palms Suites, Penthouses and Experiential Suites.

  • Designed to be a personal haven, Palms’ suites provide a sanctuary for guests. Choose between Fantasy or Ivory suite options, each featuring a range of amenities, including a marble minibar, walk-in shower, deep-soak tub, and a separate living room. Immerse yourself in luxury and make your stay at Palms unforgettable.
  • Perched atop the resort, the Penthouses at Palms provide an unparalleled level of luxury and privacy. Choose from one-bedroom and two-bedroom penthouse suites, each offering stunning views of the iconic Las Vegas Strip.
  • For a truly distinctive Las Vegas experience, explore the Experiential Suites at Palms Casino. These one-of-a-kind suites boast private bowling alleys, personal basketball hoops, a rose gold beauty bar, and a cinema space.


The Palms Casino Resort is home to some of the best dining in Las Vegas. Truly! We were shocked when we entered the hotel and saw all the top-notch options hiding in plain sight here!

Palms introduces culinary delights, including the AYCE Buffet — the go-to place for unlimited lobster tails and crab legs (on certain nights only) — Tim Ho Wan, and more.

Pro Tip: Don’t miss a meal at A.Y.C.E. Buffet if you love crab and lobster — they have all-you-can-eat lobster on Wednesday and Thursday nights and crab Legs from Wednesday – Friday. Get in line early though! If you show up after 6pm, the line may be closed because of how many other people are in line already!

Here’s a full list of their dining options:

  • Scotch 80 Prime: An innovative classic steakhouse offering wood-grilled prime, dry-aged steaks, Japanese-certified Wagyu steaks, and sustainable seafood in an energetic and intimate ambiance.
  • Mabel’s BBQ: Curated by Michael Symon, Mabel’s BBQ serves traditional southern barbecue with a global twist, using carefully sourced ingredients for a mouth-watering experience.
  • Tim Ho Wan: Tim Ho Wan, the “Dim Sum Specialists,” delights with delicacies like deep-fried shrimp toast with black truffle, steamed wagyu bundles, and pork spare ribs with black bean sauce.
  • Vetri Cucina: Celebrated for Italian cuisine, Vetri Cucina presents classic dishes alongside new creations inspired by Marc Vetri’s travels in Italy, providing an upscale dining experience.
  • Send Noodles: Enjoy a variety of noodle bowls, including X.O. Shrimp Udon and House Ramen, and fresh takes on traditional favorites like Lobster Fried Rice.
  • A.Y.C.E. Buffet: Featuring globally inspired stations, A.Y.C.E. Buffet offers made-to-order pasta, fresh pizza, carving stations, chilled seafood, and a variety of dishes and desserts for breakfast, dinner, and brunch.
  • Serrano Vista Cafe: Serrano Vista Cafe serves comfort food with a contemporary twist, making every meal an important occasion.
  • Palms Pizza: Palms Pizza offers delicious east coast-style pizzas, available by the slice or as whole pies, providing a perfect spot for a pizza fix.
  • The Eatery: The food court hosts McDonald’s, Panda Express, Earl of Sandwich, and The Coffee Bean, catering to diverse cravings.
  • Laguna Pool House & Kitchen: Operated by Chef Luke Palladino, Laguna Pool House & Kitchen offers an iconic dining experience at Palms Place, presenting authentic and prestigious culinary creations.
  • La Popular – CDMX: La Popular features authentic Mexican cuisine, an extensive agave-centric cocktail program, and warm hospitality, representing Mexico’s culture, traditions, and history.
Palms Las Vegas Interior
Courtesy of Palms


The Pearl Concert Theater stands out as one of the best live music venues in the city. Offering unobstructed views and excellent acoustics, it hosts a diverse range of artists, making it a must-visit for music enthusiasts.

While Palms was also home to KAOS Nightclub, established in April 2019, it has since closed.


Whether enjoying a beer at Tonic Bar while catching a game or sipping cocktails at Rojo Lounge, Palms provides a variety of nightlife options to suit different tastes. Here’s a list of the bars and lounges you’ll find:

  • Ghostbar: Offering breathtaking views from Red Rocks to the Las Vegas Strip, Ghostbar provides a stylish setting for cocktails and architecture appreciation.
  • Unknown: Step into the unknown with cocktails like Butterfly Effect and Sapphire Drop, accompanied by live bands and DJs for a vibrant nightlife experience.
  • Tonic Sports Bar: Tonic Sports Bar invites you to unwind with a stellar menu of signature drinks, beers, and cocktails, providing a refreshing break from the action.
  • West Casino Bar: Situated on the casino floor, West Casino Bar offers a perfect place to enjoy a cocktail while taking in the sights and sounds of the casino.
  • Rojo Lounge: Palms Place’s Rojo Lounge provides a relaxing ambiance with cocktails and light bites, creating an ideal space to unwind and raise a glass.

Pool / Spa

For a refreshing dip, guests can visit the 50,000-square-foot oasis on the sixth floor of Palms’ sister property, Palms Place. Complete with waterfalls, stone gardens, a Jacuzzi, a stone fireplace, and tropical flowers, it offers a tranquil escape.

The Drift Spa and Hammam, with 20 treatment rooms, provides an extensive list of services for relaxation and rejuvenation. The Drift Fitness Center offers group classes and personal training, ensuring guests maintain their wellness routine.

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About The Author - Elle
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My name is Elle and I'm a travel blogger based in California. I love helping people plan trips and create unique itineraries based on their interests and their budgets. I'm a huge fan of outdoor adventures and doing off-the-beaten-path things in Las Vegas (and around the world too)!