We only stayed here because the price was right. Nice, clean, and new but all floors smelled of smoke (our room did not, at least). There were no coffee makers or mini fridges in room, and they had nothing but Chinese restaurants. It was a nice, quiet, comfortable stay but I probably won't stay here again because of those little inconveniences. And the pink glass windows were a bit odd. I like the low resort fees and free parking, and being a smaller hotel, it's much easier to get around. The robes in the room were a nice touch. Not in the safest neighborhood, so you have to drive everywhere.
Traveller from LA
Located in West of The Strip, this resort is within 2 mi (3 km) of Little White Wedding Chapel, Las Vegas Convention Center …More
Nice place but the windows are far too thin and you can hear everything 15 stories below you as if it was 5 feet away. Earplugs didn't help much either. This place sucks donkey if you ever actually want to sleep.
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
Pros: The room was large, the bath was beautiful, the tv area was nice, shower was refreshing and spacious, there is a nice food court in the casino, buffet was a good price
Cons: Check in was a tad slow, hotel seemed under light, sofa was a tad too hard, crib we requested was too wobbly.
Traveller from California
Connected to the Palms Las Vegas via an enclosed, motorized walkway, this 49-story hotel is 2 miles from the Sands Expo …More
Best hotel around the best buffet hands down the rooms were really clean. Parking was awesome free valet, only thing is just tip the person bit other places in vegas they like to charge for valet that's weak.. but his place a great can ask for better place. Very happy..
Every room is a suite at the Rio! The Rio hosts more than 2,500 suites, providing spectacular views of Las Vegas …More
I attend the apparel shows twice a year; one is at the Rio. I usually stay at the Silverton, but this was President's Day weekend and my usual choice was sold out. I liked the covenience of being next door to the convention. The room was comfortable and quiet, and clean. The casino was more personable than the big ones, but I did notice more smoke than some. The only restaurant I tried was Noodle Exchange...it was okay but not great.
Traveller from California
Less than 2 miles from the Strip, this Las Vegas hotel provides complimentary transportation to the Strip and to a companion …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.