Constructed slightly north of the Las Vegas Strip is a dual set of high rise towers, one brandished with a rather nationally recognized symbol. From afar, the tropical look of the Palms Resort gives off the ambiance of an out of place beach resort. Neon colors and rows of palm trees only help in transporting the property’s guests out of the desert they just traveled through and into a 5-star tropical resort.
Though the Palms has many reasons to be a known entity, there is one thing that practically skyrocketed the resort to fame – and that’s its less then subtle connection to Playboy. Under shadowed by the Playboy name are this resort’s AAA-four diamond amenities. Visitors to Sin City should look to stay at the Palms if they’re looking for high quality comfort and a convenience-filled property.
At the low end of the totem pole for the Palms rooms are the Deluxe and Superior Guestrooms. Think of both as the basics of hotel amenities with a contemporary and luxury twist. The Superior Guestroom also comes with an in-room Jacuzzi bathtub. A step up from guestrooms is the property’s suite. From the Junior Suite to the Bungalow, these rooms are outfitted with the highest end amenities and enough room to avoid ever feeling cramped. Each suite includes its own perk which range from the full wet bars of the Grand Suite to the 65-person capacity of the Penthouse.
Moving up from the Suites are the Luxury Suites. These themed suites range anywhere from an erotic setting to the room that was used in MTV’s the Real World in 2002. Starting at a still oversized 1,400 sq-ft all the way up to a massive 9,000 sq-ft, these Luxury Suites are the perfect place for someone looking for an over-the-top time. Maybe the most exciting of the Luxury Suites is Hugh Heffner’s Sky Villa, which is a loose mock-up of the Playboy mansion’s interior. An infinity pool acts as this space’s main event and creates the best ambiance for a party filled with partying and all things sinful.
Guests looking for practicality and space can look to the Palms Place Suites, which is a collection of seven high end luxurious rooms. Three suites are available in one or two bedroom and studio varieties. The Studio Suite makes its guest feel at home with amenities that match the most contemporary of condominiums. Four penthouses make up the last of what the Palms Resort has to offer. These penthouses offer floor-to-ceiling windows with premier views of the Las Vegas Strip and Valley, in-suite fireplaces, and master bathrooms that would make even royalty blush.
It may be the rooms that add an attractiveness to the resort, but it’s the nightlife and entertainment that gives it its final appeal. Nightclubs such as Ghostbar, Moon, and the Playboy Club bring guests in from all over the country. Each club offers an unrivaled view of the surrounding area all the while creating an intimate setting that most nightclubs can’t even touch. The Palms pool is another bragging point for the resort that everybody needs to experience. High end lounges and cabanas offer guests a place to rest those tired limbs while the three unbelievable bars offer a chance to reenergize.
Though it was built in the middle of the desert, the Palms Resort is everything you’d expect from a beachside resort. Don’t be fooled by the marketing that may lead you to believe the Palms needs help bringing guests in – even without the Playboy name, this resort would still be top billing in Las Vegas.
Palms Casino Resort Las Vegas Features
- Free parking
- Fitness Center
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessible
- Business center
- Meeting rooms
- High-speed internet
- Dry Cleaning
- Hot Tub/Jacuzzi
- First Class Hotel
- Convention Center
- Interior Corridor
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