Set back from Flamingo Road, Palms Place provides exclusive location on the Las Vegas Strip.
Wonderful place to stay.Comment of J. Jada , United States the 2016-10-30
Amazing stay overall! Will definitely return. The palms place is stunning!Comment of M. Melissa , United States the 2016-09-17
Great room, excellent bathroom with walk in shower and huge jetted tub.Comment of H. Armin , United States the 2016-02-19
Beautiful rooms.Comment of M. Natalie , United States the 2016-01-03
Great hotelComment of S. William , United States the 2015-09-02
Chambre Magnifique!!!!Comment of P. Nicolas , France the 2014-09-21
Las Vegas Strip mit Shuttle-Bus in 10 min erreichbar, allerdings nur bis 20:00. Großes Zimmer im 50. Stock mit Balkon, mit Blick auf die Casino-Hotels und die Stadt. Ausgezeichnetes Preis-Leistungs-Verhältnis. Wir würden wieder buchen.Comment of A. Guenther , Austria the 2014-02-23
"Great place without the noise of the casinos"
This is a great "normal" hotel in Vegas. By normal, I mean that the lobby is just the front desk, bell desk and some sofas, so there are no stores, casino, etc. If you prefer a quite place instead of the noise of the casinos this is a great option. The room is big with a huge bathroom and it is very clean. The location is perfect. It is just 2.4 km or 1.5 miles of the Strip so you can go there easily. The lady of the front desk is a little rude and a smile to the guests will not hurt, but she was efficient and I checked-in in about 5 minutes. In the other hand the bell desk service was great. I think that the the room is a little dark so you have to turn on a lot of lights around the room, I suggest placing a big lamp in the middle of the room to illuminate most of the room with a single switch.
"You could not pay me to stay here again."
Completely different than the website and many of the reviews. Inconvenient – we booked thinking that it would be about a mile walk but with the highway and layout it is a drive. It is however a short walk to the “Chinatown” that is full of great restaurants from all countries in Asia. Lobby – super pitiful, dark, tough to find a concierge or bell cap. Front desk staff king but typically only one person. Once the line got to be ridiculous another staff member meandered into place to help. When in the lobby, you see many taking serious quantities of grocery store bags and tin foil catering trays up to their rooms; this proves to be a good indicator as to the level of partying going on in the rooms. Very little staff throughout the hotel. First room – was seriously worn out. Leather chair peeling off. Floor scratched all over. Bath mat that looks like it was from a dorm room. Hair, dirt and a layer of dust on everything. We called the website that we booked with immediately to cancel, checkout and find another hotel; they insisted that we had to work with the hotel while the front desk insisted that we had to work with the website. Second room – was also very worn out and less dirty than the first room. Sliding door for the restroom was missing and exposed a view into the construction of the walls. The shag rug around the bed was disgusting. There was hair around the bathroom floor. Extremely disappointing to check in expecting a hotel worth the $200+ per night for an anniversary weekend. We were forced to stay there one night, checked out and left for the Cosmopolitan for the rest of our Vegas stay. Check my account I have travelled a lot and this is one of the worst hotels in the world.
"Not a bad property but too many childish/archaic rules/policies"
There are many hotels to choose from in Las Vegas and Palms Place is one of the most cost effective. The rooms are big, fairly recently refurbished and clean, ensure that you opt for a 'strip' facing room. We were in the highest floor possible and were frustrated that we could hear parties from the penthouses above us which went on during the day and into the late night. The room service and reception staff rarely answer the phones which is very frustrating, requests can take quite some time to fulfill such as gaining additional milk and coffee. The room has a full inroom kitchen and yet has no facilities such as plates, knives and forks. You can request them but it seems inefficient not to simply equip the kitchens accordingly. Quite a few other points irritated us concerning the pool areas during our stay, here are the bullet points that I forwarded to the manager of the hotel at the time. - The pool area features three soft cushion seats within the pool itself, despite these being unoccupied throughout the entire day, four residents including ourselves have been 'told off' for sitting on them today alone, warned that there is a $50 fee to use them. This is utterly disgusting, particularly as we are now almost at end of season and the pool is quiet. Having travelled the world staying at top class hotels, never have we been charged for using a pool cushion, this is pure greed. - When calling either the front desk or room service from the room, the phones are rarely answered, this is very frustrating. Despite our room having an inbuilt kitchen, it was not stocked with plates or cutlery, it took room service over 35 minutes to bring them to us. - Sat at the pool today, I asked the bar-lady (blonde wearing a blue outfit) for a menu whilst she was delivering food to a couple sat next to us, she refused to bring a menu and instead told me to walk the bar, that is poor customer service and a poor attitude. Shortly afterwards she walked past us back and forth on three occasions and didn't bring a menu. The pool area is very quiet, asking for a menu to be brought to us should not be a big issue. Staff infact should be touring the pool area to take drinks orders. - We rotated our pool beds around 90 degrees so as to face into the sun, not blocking any pathway or inconveniencing other pool users, yet within minutes we were told that this was not permitted, never have we been ordered about at a venue where relaxation should be key. - Our room has a beautiful balcony but the sliding door is locked, yet we have seen customers using other balconies within the same tower. This is our first trip to Las Vegas, we want to be able to make the most of the spectacular view. The beds in the room were comfortable and the room itself was pretty impressive. The casino is a short walk away and was really nice, we spent a lot of time in that casino having visited others which felt outdated. Overall, this isn't a bad hotel but management need to monitor and test their staff to ensure that they are performing as expected. During our trip, the only two staff that impressed were Angel and Romo, both were excellent, friendly, helpful and had some respect for their job.
"Best place so far!!! "
When we went to Vegas I knew I didn't want to stay in one hotel the whole trip so every night we searched online for a different hotel. My last night in Vegas we stayed at the plans place and my room was so nice! Big inside, two tvs on the wall, a full kitchen and a beautiful bathroom with a deep tub, and a great view... I couldn't get it for the price!!
"Palms Place near perfect"
We stayed at Palms Place on early November 2016. The hotel is great, the location is great. It is perfect if you need a kitchen in your room and want to avoid slot machines. There are bus stops in both directions out the front of the hotel but housekeeping and maintenance let the hotel down by not cleaning our room twice and globes needing replacing, chairs being broken and the draw in the bathroom needed fixing. Otherwise a pleasant stay. The hotel could also do with some guest information in the room about Las Vegas.
Credit cards accepted by the hotel: Visa - MasterCard - American Express - Diners Club - Japan Credit Bureau (JCB) - Discover
Check-in: 4:00 PM , Check-out: 11:00 AM
The daily resort fee of $28 is taxable (not included in quoted rate and collected by Palms Place Hotel and Spa) and includes:
- internet access
- cardio center access
- shuttle service to & from the Forum Shops
- unlimited local & toll-free calls within the U.S
- printing of boarding passes, copies, and faxes
- free in-room coffee