Set back from Flamingo Road, Palms Place provides exclusive location on the Las Vegas Strip.
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
"If you dont mind 'off the strip' Palms Place is a great option"
I am sure there are plenty of reviews, so this will be short and sweet. We had a great time at Palms Place with no complaints. We didnt use the kitchen but it was nice to have. The Room, floor and hotel were quiet inspite of a young crowd, clean and stylish. The staff was helpful and quick to get things done. Transportation to the strip was easy and not too far. The views were excellent and the bed/pillows were super comfortable! We will be back.
Easy booking, room was exactly what I asked for and service was amazing. Easy to get to the strip and it would a great idea to go grocery shopping due to the mini kitchen they provide for you, there's even a dishwasher in case you have dishes.
"Amazing at first glance, just ok on the second"
Palms Place Hotel, the fancier/more upscale sister property to the mainline Palms Hotel and Casino, is at first glance a very attractive alternative to the other 4.5-5 star hotels on the Strip. Built in 2008, it is much more modern and, in my opinion, stylish than the other two Palms towers. Despite coming to Las Vegas regularly for years, I had never ventured over to the hotels west of I-15. I never really felt the need. When we were surprised by a last minute family member's wedding, I saw a good deal and decided to give it a chance. At first glance, I had no idea why I had waited too long. The quiet borderline tranquil lobby was quite a contrast to the party scene reputation the property had in my mind. No casino or smoke to deal with. Check in was smooth. We had a studio room on the 50th floor (which is actually the 40th floor, but for some reason they decided to just skip the 40's for some unknown reason). Up in the room, we were very pleased. Modern design, large marble bathroom with a huge jetted tub, fantastic bed. Everything at first glance put it on par with some of the best hotels we had stayed at in Vegas. It was on the second and subsequent glances that took it down a notch. It is pretty clear that these rooms are showing their age. The inside handle of the doorknob, while functional, was pretty loose. There were broken edges to the marble tile. Scuff marks and tears were on two of the chairs. Someone had bashed in the front of the minibar, which broke the display and super bright LED lights were shining throughout the room before we draped a jacket over it so we could sleep. The jets on the tub would randomly turn on in the middle of the night, which sounded like a giant vacuum cleaner. I am usually pretty accommodating to a little wear and tear, but this seemed to be a little higher than normal. I didnt mind the small distance between the hotel and the Strip. I actually enjoyed it. We had a car and there was almost always parking very close to the doors. The view of the Strip was incredible. Station Casinos purchased the property in May, so I hope they are able to get ahead of these small maintenance issues. Because if they were taken care of, this place would be fantastic.
"Studio room smells like pot"
When they received the fax order from booking.com they mixed up my last name into their reservation system and it took 1.5 hours back and forth to a successful check-in. We had one of the studio on the 15th floor facing the strip. When we entered it immediately smelt like pot in the room and made a phone call to the room service. They were too busy and asked us to walk to the front desk. We told the front desk and they sprayed the room with deodorant instead of accepting our request for a room exchange. When we came back 1 hour later, my throat hurt by the gas and had to went down the front desk to ask for a room exchange. Finally got a right room after 5 hours after we walked in the hotel. As far as food is concerned, since the station casino bought this hotel they got rid of the seafood buffet and instead have a $12.95 non-seafood dinner buffet. Thus a minus.
Nice hotel, off the strip but close enough to catch a quick Uber ride over. The buffet was good. Sunday brunch includes unlimited mimosas and with the free players card you get money off the buffet. Overall cool hotel!
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