A short drive from the strip, Palms Place hotel offers all of the convenience of Vegas without the hustle and bustle. Plus, there is plenty of dining, nightlife, and entertainment right next door at the Palms. Plus, you won't have to navigate through clouds of smoke or a noisy casino to get to your room. An ideal option for families traveling with children, the accommodations are outfitted like luxury apartments. The fully equipped kitchens are complete with all the necessary appliances--including a blender. Plus, there are two large plasma flat-screen TVs, a spa tub, and a waterfall shower. There is even a TV in the bathroom if you want to catch up on your shows over a hot bath.
The Palms is just a short distance from the Strip, but a bit too far to walk. Instead, the hotel offers free shuttles that embark from the West entrance near the Sports Book. Going to and from Caesars Palace, the Palms offers quick access to Sin City's appeal, but without the crowds and overwhelming sounds. And when you get home, the Studio rooms offer chic luxury like marble floors, a king-size bed and queen-sized pull-out couch. The kitchenette is complete with a refrigerator, microwave, two-burner stove, sink, cookware and small appliances, and flatware and dishes. The bathroom has a shower and standalone tub equipped with Gilchrist bath products.
One-bedroom suites also have those sleek marble floors, along with hardwood and a king bed, queen pull-out sofa, living room with fireplace, his-and-hers sinks, and Villeroy & Boch whirlpool bathtub. Soaring nine-foot ceilings are equally as stunning as, the accompanying views to the Las Vegas strip or mountains beyond. Other luxury amenities span Italian bedding from Mateo to a laundry room with washer and dryer. Choose a strip-view room or one-bedroom suite for all of those amenities as well as a front-row seat to all the action below.
Good to know: Opened in 2008, Palms Place isn't brand spankin' new, but it's in fairly good condition. The rooms feel modern and are filled with great amenities, but since they've never been remodeled you may find spots showing wear and tear as well as fixtures and appliances that could use some updating. The lighting is quite dim in the hallways and actually in the rooms too. But that's just due to décor choices, which include lots of small lamps with funky and interesting shapes.
Palms Place doesn't have its own parking garage. The hotel does offer valet parking at their main entrance. If you prefer to park your car, you can use the west garage at the Palms, but you'll have to walk through the garage and around the exterior of Palms Place to enter it. There are also some parking spots in front of the hotel, but then you'll have to stroll up the driveway -- and maybe dodge a few vehicles -- before you get in.