The Palms Casino Resort is located just blocks away from the world famous strip and is a trendy resort offering the best of both worlds, combining spicy nightlife and the oasis of your own private room, where you can relax and unwind. The Palms Casino Resort is a hub for celebrities and those who like to party like them putting you at the center of the excitement, with sensational dining, hot nightlife and all night action packed gaming. Guest rooms are spacious with floor-to-ceiling windows where you can enjoy great views of Las Vegas and the Strip.

Minimum check-in age: 21 years or older. Proper identification and cash deposit of $50/day for the duration of the stay, or a credit card imprint to cover incidental room charges.


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  • 8 km from McCarran Int’l Airport (LAS)


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  • 703 rooms


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  • 7 à la carte
  • 1 buffet
  • 1 cafe
  • 1 food court

Meal plan options:

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  • no meals


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  • 4 bars
  • 1 nightclub
  • 3 entertainment

Available onsite:

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  • 1 pool
  • fitness centre
  • Wi-Fi

Children and teens:

Children ages: 0 to 12


  • elevators

Check-in time:

4:00 pm

Check-out time:

11:00 am

Your price includes:

  • Complimentary shuttle to the strip

Resort fee


Yes - payable at resort

$29.95 USD per room/per night (plus tax) paid directly to the hotel.

  • Wi-Fi
  • In-Room Coffee
  • Access to Palms Cardio Center & Palms Place Fitness Center
  • Forum Shops Shuttle Service 11 a.m.-8 p.m. Daily
  • USA Today newspaper at Front Desk Daily
  • Unlimited local and toll-free calls
  • Airline Boarding Pass printing
  • Copies and faxes at the Front Desk and Concierge

Resort fee and inclusions subject to change without notice at the discretion of the hotel, some restrictions may apply.

Resort fee

A resort fee is a fee payable to the resort. This fee varies per resort and may cover items such as fitness centres, internet, local calls, etc.

Reviews 50% of guests recommend this hotel.


    C. Coultas on Apr 05, 2016
  • Nice rooms, but pool area music was too loud to enjoy the pool, or even to enjoy our room for a short time during the day.

    MCTravellers on Apr 10, 2013
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