The rooms were, clean, nice, and the people friendly. The room rates were a great value, nice and quiet, even had some nice art inside, and they have their own free parking garage. The pool is amazing. There were only two downsides. The first is that the hotel is about half a mile (I think somewhere in the .5-.8) range from the strip, so you will either need to get some walking in, or drive and find parking on the strip. The second is our room fridge did not keep things very cold (so we didn't use it). At best it was about 50 degrees, which is not very fridge like. That being said, the pluses outweigh the minuses and when I come back, I am staying here again. The 24/Seven meal place in the casino is also underrated- would recommend.
Traveller from San Jose
Connected to the Palms Las Vegas via an enclosed, motorized walkway, this 49-story hotel is 2 miles from the Sands Expo …More
Our 2 nights stay was great! I liked the fact that the casino and the entire hotel did not smell full of smoke. It had a pleasant smell, and was not crowded. I was disappointed that there were only 1 table for Texas Hold'em, so we gambled a little bit there and went elsewhere. The breakfast was really good at the 24 hour cafe. We will definitely consider staying here again!
Traveller from Yorba Linda, CA
Comprising 40- and 55-story towers, Palms Casino Resort is 1 mile west of the Las Vegas Strip, 3 miles from the Forum Shops …More
Paid for 5 adults only had 2 beds, proper bed should be given not sofa bed that was very uncomfortable given a so call gift of 1 coffee with 2 packets of sugar and creamer for 5 adults. Had to keep climbing in and out of tub shower combination which was dangerous
Traveller from md
Situated in the suburbs, this resort is within 3 mi (5 km) of Orleans Arena, The Linq, and The Auto Collections. High Roller …More
Just west of the Strip, Vegas’ Chinatown contains an eclectic mix of Asian restaurants, shops, and markets. In the southwest region, Spring Valley is a suburb comprised of developments and desert landscape. At the 180-acre Springs Preserve, botanical gardens, trails, and galleries focus on sustainability and regional history. Nearby, the Las Vegas Art Museum exhibits contemporary art and design.