Photo: Palms/Clint Jenkins Photography
Thanks to a $620 million renovation, the Palms Casino Resort is reinventing itself as a stylish and modern property just west of the Las Vegas Strip. In addition to new restaurants, like Scotch 80 Prime steakhouse, and hot attractions, like Apex Social Club, the Palms is enjoying a widespread makeover of its hotel rooms. They range from lavish two-story suites to comfortable intimate spaces. The following renovated rooms are now available for reservations at the Fantasy Tower inside the Palms.
Beginning at $25,000 per night
The best of the best. Whether in a one or two-story layout, these lavish suites come with high-end custom furniture, colorful decor, full bars and best of all — infinity-edge pools on a private outdoor terrace with spectacular sweeping views of the Las Vegas Strip. Each suite comes with two master bedrooms and expansive bathrooms.Penthouses
Beginning at $1,500 per night
For those who crave space and style without the need to entertain large groups, the penthouse suites range from 1,400-1,800 square feet for one bedroom suites up to 1,900 square feet for two bedroom suites. Each one is custom designed with marble entrances, wood paneling and floor-to-ceiling window views. Enjoy a drink at the bar or relax in luxury in the marble-lined bathrooms. Carefully curated artwork lines the walls, providing an elegant touch to these vibrant contemporary spaces.
Photo: Palms/Clint Jenkins PhotographySuites
Beginning at $199 per night
The Salon and Grand Suites offer modern luxury for the vacationer on the go. They feature luxury amenities like a full wet bar, marble furnishings and floor-to-ceiling Strip views on a smaller scale than the Sky Villa or Penthouse options. The Executive Suites were designed with the business traveler in mind at 840 square feet and multiple 65-inch televisions for presentations and an in-room conference table.Resort Rooms
Beginning at $139 per night
Much more than a "regular" room, these accommodations feature a sleek sophisticated redesign that includes white oak cabinets, custom furniture and walk-in marble showers. Of course, you can enjoy amazing Vegas views through floor-to-ceiling windows. If you plan to spend most of your trip out and about in Vegas instead of your room, you can't go wrong with this stylish retreat at the end of your busy day.
The Palms also plans to renovate its famous themed suites (like the Hardwood Suite with its own basketball court or the Kingpin Suite with its own bowling alley), later this year. To stay up to date on the latest hotel options in Las Vegas, contact VegasGiant at 702-476-001 and plan your vacation, staycation or business trip today.