This review is way late. I went there last year in July.. and plan on going back again THIS YEAR in July (procrastination is an epidemic, I swear.)
From now, until forever.. this will be my go-to choice for hotels in Las Vegas. I've looked into pretty much every hotel imaginable and nothing comes close to being able to sway me away.
Yes. You will have to pay $20 - $25 a night for the resort fee. Every nice hotel (if you're a hotel snob like me) will charge you that anyway.
Yes. It's off the strip. If you don't have your own car.. depending on your willingness to pay for a cab or walk the short trek over to the strip.. it may or may not be your cup of tea.
But.. if you're like me.. and enjoy having a quiet place to retreat to after a loooong vegas day / night of gambling / partying or whatever .. there's no place better.
This is my third stay (soon to be fourth in a couple of months) and it's so refreshing to come into a hotel after you're ready to call it a night and not have to navigate through a smoky casino and hundreds of people and a potentially long route to your elevator / room. The parking lot at Palms Place is right in front of the hotel.. a short walk to the elevator and you're at your room in minutes! Try going to MGM Grand and accomplishing that.
Check-In is a breeze. I drove to Vegas from California.. I sat in a car for 3 - 4 hours.. the last thing I want to do is stand in line to check-in. To put it into perspective.. I had a few people with me who stayed at different hotels (Treasure Island and Flamingo) .. I was able to drop each of them off, go to Palms Place, check-in, run a few laps around the room like a fool and they were STILL in line. Sometimes, they'll offer you an upgrade to their one bedroom for a small fee (mine I think was $30 .. I took it!) totally worth it!
The room was spotless. The bathroom AMAZING. Having a refrigerator and washer/dryer came in *very* handy. I'll spring $60 extra for a better room.. but pay $3 - $4 for a 20 oz bottle of soda? No, sir. Don't judge me. Vegas is all about going "over the top" so why not live like it for a few days? The jacuzzi in the middle of the room overlooking Vegas is so relaxing after a long day (after you've cleaned it out thoroughly.. I know what happens in Vegas rooms lol)
Also.. Of *all* the times I've been there.. I've never once seen a "bunch of 20 somethings drunk and loud" EVER. Matter of fact.. I think the most people I've seen at that hotel at any one time was probably 8.. and that's not even an exaggeration..
So if you love uber-modern rooms at an affordable price ($59 - $79 is a steal imo) without the long walks to your room or hundreds of people to navigate through and you don't mind being off the strip -- then this is hands down your best option.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Palms Place Hotel and Spa is a full service boutique hotel. Comfortably removed from the non-stop action of the Palms casino, this tower is a study in elegance and relaxation.From the high-end accommodations to Simon Restaurant, Drift Spa and Rojo Lounge, Palms Place feels more like a home than a hotel. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Palms Place Hotel Las Vegas
- Palms Place Las Vegas
- Palms Place Hotel And Spa Las Vegas