Palms Hotel Information
Rooms: 760 rooms and suites.
Casino: 95,000 square feet of casino gaming space featuring more than 50 table games and over 1,500 slot and video poker machines.
Race & Sportsbook: 187-seat facility with 180 televisions and 18 big screens.
Poker room: No.
Dining: 10 restaurants plus 6 quick-bite options at the food court including McDonald’s, Earl of Sandwich and Coffee Bean.
Attractions: 14-screen Brenden Theater, recording studio.
Entertainment: Pearl Concert Theater hosts various headlining music acts.
Nightlife: 5 bars and lounges.
Shopping: 3 specialty shops.
Pool: Two pools — one at the Palms and another next door at Palms Place.
Spa: 20,000-square-foot Recharge Spa, located on casino level, offers multiple types of massages and services with a full-service salon; Drift Spa and Hammam is located next door at Palms Place.
Health club: Fitness center located within spa area.
Wedding chapel: Wedding planning services and packages are available.
Convention center: 60,000 square feet of conference space with several venues for special events, meetings and conventions.
Internet: High-speed wireless internet access.
Business services: Yes.
Accessible rooms: Yes.
Pets: Not allowed.
Check in: 4 p.m.
Check out: 11 a.m.
Resort fees: $39 (plus tax) per night.
Incidental deposit: $100 per night.
Parking: Free self and valet parking on site.
About: Since opening in 2001, Palms Las Vegas has set the standard for hip nightclubs, restaurants and entertainment with its trend-setting and MTV generation-friendly accommodations. Located just off the strip on Flamingo Road, the Palms has various unique features, including two spas, a movie theater, recording studio, concert arena and more. The resort's reputation as being party central became common knowledge after MTV's "Real World" was filmed in the 2,900-square-foot suite created for the show, which is now available for guests to stay in.