Rated 5 out of 5 by NickL13 1st Vegas Trip by ourselves.
I've been to Vegas in the past and my parents frequent the city very often. I've stayed in MGM, Luxor, Excalibur, and New York New York. Those experiences were good, and when I looked at the Palms Place, I knew it was off the strip, yet I was driving. That convenience of having a car, the great reviews, and the comparisons I made to other hotels helped me make my decision.
I read the information for the Palms Place and it looked appealing, yet some of it was just numbers to me. Keep in mind too, that we stayed Wednesday-Friday morning.
We checked in, went up to our Studio, and were blown away when we opened the door. The two of us were like little kids running around the room and the bath area, touching, turning on, and inspected all the fun amenities. After the initial excitement wore off, we felt like we really scored. Then we opened the shades and BAM! The entire strip was visible! From Mandalay Bay all the way down to the Stratosphere.
Once our other couple showed up, the checked in, and got a free upgrade to a 1 bedroom suite. We walked with them to their room and they had such a beautiful setup! I felt like we were in a fancy New York City condo. Their room was so nice, that after we viewed a fantastic suite in the Cosmopolitan (where my parents got hooked up BIG), my parents even said that the 1 bedroom suite at the Palms Place was nearly as nice as their room!!! Keep in mind, the Cosmopolitan suite, was around 2-3 times more expensive!
We tried the buffet in the morning and the food was great, service was friendly and it only cost $10 a person! Even though the buffet and casino were located at the other Palms towers, there is a convenient walkway connected to our tower consisting of moving sidewalks.
After staying at The Palms Place, I'm not sure I would want to try or risk staying at another Vegas hotel for this price range. BRAVO PALMS! BRAVO!
P.S. Sorry for not taking any pictures. I really thought I did so I could share with you all.
March 2, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by allen76 Good room,good buffet,bad casino
I really liked the room and the Bistro Buffet in Palms,but the casino staff were not friendly at all.
February 27, 2015
Rated 1 out of 5 by GatorDutch Suites over $150 rm 38-302
On February 12, 2015 I tell you this had to be the worst hotel suite I have ever been in 38 302 was the room number when we first walked in there me and my fiancé. The interior was good. However, it was very dusty and very dirty. Well to top it all off, I had to use the restroom and the toilet was stop-up and they didn't have the decent courtesy to give us a better room. What a Valentine Night Mare. When I travel to Vegas all my interest is in hotel rooms. That's why I spend $$$. The tub was not the tub I saw in the picture never again
Disappointed Valentines Fiancé
February 15, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Roosa08 Unbelievable
I felt in love instantly! Love every part of the room. Especially the view in the night, it would littery be the only hotel I'll stay when I go to Vegas.
February 10, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by GT500 modern, contemporary hotel
Nice hotel. Best part is its close to the Palms ( attached by covered walkway) but we were surprised there is no elevator from the self park into the hotel. You have to take luggage down stairs unless you use valet. Great hotel if you don't want to take kids through a casino into a nice hotel. We will stay here again, but next time we will drop off our luggage at the front door before we park.
February 7, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by playhockey31 Worth your experience and time!
Absolutely spot-on match from the website to the hotel room. The best price I have ever paid for a hotel room. Even though we didn't stay on the over priced Vegas Strip, the contemporary living idea at the Plams Place was stunning. I would recommend anyone who has never been and those seasoned veterans to stay here. Only disappointing item was the casino. Excited to visit the hotel again for future stays.
January 28, 2015
Rated 1 out of 5 by TammyP Very Disappointed
Palm's Place is separate from the Palms Hotel/Casino There is no safe entrance for patrons seeking to just stay for a short visit. You can park in the parking garage and walk around the building to get in, or park outside and walk through their drive-way (dodging valet parkers, taxi's etc.) The room had minimal lighting even by Vegas hotel standards. In the evening, you could not read a book on the couch, in bed or in the bathtub because of the lack of light. There was a loud howling noise that sounded like wind on the 23rd floor and you had to walk through the wet shower to get to the bathtub. There was no where to lay a dry towel by the tub or to place a book. We did not feel like we were in Vegas once inside the dark hotel. It is obviously designed with a certain culture in mind and lacks normal American amenities. We were not allowed to move over to the Palms Hotel/Casino, even though we watched the people in front of us get to move from there to Palms Place with no problems. We were also never told about the skytube walkover while we were there and the Palms Hotel/Casino is quite a walk from Palms Place when it is windy and cold.
December 29, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by DavidVegas Nice Rooms
Palms Place rooms are very nice, marble and very upscale, large, and comfortable. Very classy. Will defninetely go back.
December 19, 2014