4381 W Flamingo Rd, Las Vegas, NV
Phone: (702) 944-3219
Average Rate per Night
Exclusive and exquisite, the nonsmoking, nongaming Palms Place epitomizes the world-famous Palms Casino Resort lifestyle with upscale accommodations, delectable cuisine and luxurious amenities that go unrivaled both on and off the Las Vegas Strip.
Built by famed architect Jon Jerde and opened in 2008, the 47-story Palms Place provides a haven for its patrons with a gate to ensure privacy, a porte-cochère entry, 24-hour valet service with covered parking and 24-hour doorman service.
Guests will enjoy the spacious and sophisticated interiors of the suites, which boast nine-foot ceilings and hardwood and marble flooring. Among the standard amenities are Baltic linens, a fully equipped kitchen and two 42-inch plasma televisions as well as rainfall and multi-jet showerheads. Some suites even have jetted tubs. All of them feature breathtaking views of the city.
The serenity of the property continues beyond the rooms. Drift Spa and Hammam provides a relaxing retreat from the outside world with a decadent blend of ancient and contemporary treatments. Housing the first hammam (i.e., a Turkish steam bath) in Las Vegas, the facility also offers hot and cool soaking pools, a traditional steam room, a sauna and private outdoor garden lounges. Plus, there is a fitness center with an array of cardio and weight equipment available.
Guests who want to look gorgeous can get the perfect tan at Bodyheat Tanning, and they will discover a spa and salon in the Palms.
When hunger hits, check out Cafe 6 for lunch and dinner. Located on the sixth floor, it offers a contemporary take on American comfort food classics -- like the Dr. Pepper Shroom Burger and the Beer Battered Rock Shrimp.
Along with 24-hour room service, guests can unwind with a drink at the lobby bar, Rojo Lounge.
And when you're ready to eat or party, you won't have to look far. Guests of Palms Place have direct access to the world-class gaming, restaurants, nightclubs, cinema and Pearl concert theater at the Palms via the Skytube, an enclosed walkway that joins the two properties.
Set back from Flamingo Road, Palms Place provides exclusive luxury high-rise appeal just a hop, skip and a jump from the Las Vegas Strip.