Let the sultriest new resort in Las Vegas seduce you
a hundred different ways. Have a drink 50 stories above
the city at the Ghost Bar. Become immersed in a nightly
rainstorm of sound, light and music at Rain, Las Vegas'
hottest dance club. Watch a sensual poolside lounge
transform into an outdoor nightclub at Skin, then escape
to a truly decadent spa. The resort with the city's
most intriguing and unique places to dine, play and
be entertained. The resort that redefines pleasure in
ways you never imagined.
The three-story spa has an aromatherapy bar, massages,
wraps, and facials, and Alizé, the 50th-floor restaurant
helmed by famed local restaurateur André Rochat, offers
one of the most memorable and romantic dining experiences
in the city.
There are plenty of ways to have a blast here, from
sipping cocktails in the open-air Ghost Bar, a snazzy
rooftop lounge on the hotel's 50th-floor, to catching
a flick in the movie theater, which is outfitted with
high-back rocker love seats and wall to wall curved
Hotel: Rooms are large, opulent, and modern, with some
unusual amenities for Las Vegas, such as beds with ultra
firm mattresses, duvets, coffeemakers, Neutrogena products,
and most provide a good view of the city. The pool,
painted in lavender, is surrounded by cabanas with TVs
and hammocks, patches of grass and sand, and two bars.
The Palms is clean and well ventilated, with slot sections
sprinkled comfortably along its wood floors, low lighting,
and giant fans that hang low from the ceiling and pass
the time in a slow, easy spin. The collective effect
is a nice flow. The Palms does take big bets but the
table game rules are average. The slots and video poker
machines, however, offer some of the best returns in
town; experts consider the slot club to be one of the
best. Look for swim up blackjack, which is played in
the poolside lounge.
The Palms has Family Activities Too! IMAX Theatre, McDonalds,
Buffets, Ben & Jerry's & More!
Palms Las Vegas: Room Rates, Reservations and Hotel