Palms Place Hotel & Spa
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Stayed at the Palms Place and had an amazing stay. Unlike the Strip casinos, it was never overrun with people and it was a very chill place to hang out when we were looking for a less crowded option. Of course we did all the normal Las Vegas attractions, but this was our 6th trip to Vegas in 8 years and it was time to be off strip! The pools are great and the casino is very clean. The rooms are phenomenal and the view of the strip was nothing short of amazing from our room. The furnishings are perfect and very up to date. The bathroom was huge and the shower was bigger than the one in my house! Our room had lots of closet and drawer space, a kitchenette, king size bed and a huge couch. There were no chairs on the balcony but we just pulled the chairs out there at night and watched the Strip and drank beer! Very relaxing! The Palms has a shuttle to the Strip every day and while it always sucks to have to adjust your schedule to get picked up, it was worth it to be able to walk around, have a few drinks, gamble, and then have a free ride back to your hotel! Overall a great place to stay!
Stayed at Palms Place during a recent work meeting. Overall thoughts:1. Room was extremely comfortable for sleeping, bathing and relaxing. It lacked proper wifi capabilities to support business a/v equipment. There is no real "workstation" or desk for getting work done and the lighting is not supportive. Bathroom was very comfortable but I think women would have difficulty getting ready as lighting wasn't great.2. Casino amenities are average. Alize was hit and miss with the items I tried. Service was excellent. Hooters was an absolute joke. I tried to get a simple chicken sandwich on a quick break from meetings. Sat at the bar for 20 minutes before being greeted. At that point, it was too late. Requested pickup on 3 items for dry cleaning, didn't get them back in time to actually wear to events they were needed for. Still was charged 34.50.3. I enjoy that they offer low limit tables. I'm not much of a gambler and it allowed me to try different games without feeling I was tossing money away. 4. The average guest here was older than other places I visited on my trip. Both pros and cons to that personally.5. Do not walk to/from the strip to the Palms. It's a 30 minute walk through areas that I wouldn't feel comfortable walking alone (and I'm a pretty big guy)Overall, I would stay here again gladly but with tempered expectations. I think this is easily a 4* establishment if I hadn't had some of the simple issues I expereinced.
My family and I stayed on the 36th floor for 2 nights here. We had a corner suite with double balcony views. The main bathroom is luxurious. It was covered in marble with 3 head showers, double vanity and a separate room for the toilet, it was amazing! However the TV in the bathroom didn't work. Another issue was one of the down lights had fallen through and my partner had to push the bulb back in.The kitchen was fantastic, the lounge room had full views of Las Vegas that covered the north and south side. Our children ages 5 & 6 felt very comfortable in this room.The staff were very friendly and there was easy access to the casino. We would definitely come back here again.
Arriving to Las Vegas was a birthday surprise, as well as a 2 night stay at the Palms Place Hotel! We were upgraded to the 19th floor and our King Studio Suite had an incredible view of the Las Vegas Strip! The room and bed was comfortable, and the jets in the large bathtub, and waterfall shower were icing on the cake!My partner and I wanted to go see several shows while we were in town. We had already seen two, with Zumanity being one of them. We really wanted to see 'Love' but the theater is dark on Tuesday's and Wednesday's. We wanted to see another popular Cirque du Soleil show but needed assistance on which one, sp we decided to consult with the concierge team on the first floor of the hotel. Paige and Christine greeted us both (separately), and were incredibly helpful. They were very knowledgeable about the shows being offered, the availability, and assisted us with the reservations, and getting us 4th row seats to see Cirque du Soleil's 'La Reve' performed in the round with an aqua stage! My partner and I both have backgrounds of working within the hotel and hospitality industry, and it was clear that their conversations and demeanor with us came from the heart. We felt that they genuinely wanted us to experience Las Vegas as much as possible, and to make our trip memorable. We just wanted to reach out to these two women to let them know that they are doing an incredible job! and that we both left extremely satisfied with the services they provided for us! The show was INCREDIBLE! Thanks again!Troy and Ewen
The Palms Place is a great place to stay. I like that you enter via a separate entrance and so can avoid the Casino giving you a little sanctuary from the craziness. My suite was really nicely decorated with a large separate lounge/kitchen area including large fridge, oven and washer/dryer. The bathroom is large with an overlay elaborate 3 head shower system. My minor issues with the suite are as follows:-1) Having a full kitchen is great but without even a small selection of plates and utensils completely useless. 2) The lounge area is very dark with only dim table lamps making it hard to work in. 3) The chairs at the bench were very poor condition and heavily worn making them very uncomfortable. It's the service that lets the place down. I reported two issues (a broken handle and lamp) and while acknowledged neither was resolved during my week long stay. The concierge service is not well staffed and just to store some cases was a bit of a wait. Having said that I would definitely stay here again. The location makes it easy to get taxis to different parts of the strip without hitting the traffic you get if you stay on the strip itself.
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Items not included:
- Travel insurance (mandatory if traveling to Cuba)
- Tourist cards ($10USD)if traveling to Dominican Republic with Sunwing Airlines
- Departure taxes ($20USD) if traveling to Dominican Republic with Sunwing or Signarture Vacations
- Hotel transfers for packages with WestJet to USA (with exception to Honolulu)
- Hotel transfers for packages to Europe
- Items of a personal nature
- 50,000 sq ft Pool
- Spa & Salon
- View of Las Vegas Strip or Mountains
- 1 king-size bed and 1 queen-size pull out sofa
- Shower only
- Telephone with voice mail
- Air conditioning and ceiling fan
- Two 42-inch TV's with premium channels
- Clock radio
- In-room safe
- Wireless Internet access
- Iron and ironing board
- Kitchenette with stove, microwave, refrigerator, cookware and dishes
- Separate sitting area
- 600 square feet
- Maximum occupancy of 4
- 1 king-size and 1 queen-size pull out sofa
- 1 full bathroom and 1 bathroom with shower only
- Full gourmet kitchen with cookware, dishes and dishwasher
- Separate sitting area with fireplace
- Dining room
- Washer and Dryer
- Complimentary daily newspaper
- 1200 square feet
- Maximum occupancy of 4
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Palms Place Hotel & SpaLas Vegas,United States
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4381 W Flamingo Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89103-3903
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