Rated 5 out of 5 by Spokanefamilykids luxury hotel
This casino has Very luxerous room that are in really good condition. You can see slight damage here and there but the room is so nice. It really is a suite and you will love it. The wifi really is not included. They have a limit of 1 mb for 1 device per day. It would cost you well over $50 to down load a small file. The rooms have a full kitchen if you bring food.
April 14, 2015
Rated 1 out of 5 by TJ909 Lacks maintenance
I love Palms Place and have stayed there numerous times. This time I got a room with a lot of wear and tear. The circular lighted vanity mirror had the light switch broken. There were water stain marks on the ceiling from the above room flooding, I guess this was the cause of the warped wooden floor in my room. The LED display on the alarm clock was broken. Missing remote control for TV. Took 10 minutes to get hot water for shower. One morning I got up at 4 a.m. to get ready to go to the grand canyon and found the water was shut off for maintenance. I couldn't shower or flush the toilet. I called the front desk but no one answered for over 15 minutes (took 3 phone calls) . When the guy answered, he offered to have a pitcher of water brought up to the room, or I could shower at the 6th floor spa. The water was going to be shut off until 6 a.m. Stayed in Room16308. I was offered an upgrade to a suite for an additional $100 per night. I have stayed here at least 15 times before, the upgrade should have been offered for free. I couldn't afford the upgrade and stayed in the original room. I won't stay here again.
April 12, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by LLyn Marble baths; Suite with full features
The studio suite was nice, and the small kitchen had everything you could ask for. Hubby LOVED the gym on the 6th floor. Pool was closed due to windy conditions. Disappointing WiFi connection speeds --way toooo slow to be of any use. Resort fee is simple price-padding esp since the features are those of a regular hotel, not necessarily a "resort". GRIPE: the shuttle that goes to Ceasar's Palace does NOT take you all the way to Palm Place, it only stops at the older east hotel facilities. You have to walk and at night, cold and windy that's not cool when with a little further effort the shuttle could drop off their paying guests at the Palm Place.
April 11, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by MelvinTheVegasGuy Great room & experience
okay, i will give the main details first before writing a long review on my stay at this place. I read many reviews and they are Loooong! Haha.
The first thing...self parking is AVAILABLE in front of the Palms Place. Stop parking all the way to the East garage parking lot of the Palms casino. They even have a West garage parking lot which is right next door to the P.P. No need to do that long walk. Valet is also available.
The fitness center at Drift Spa is INCLUDED in your resort fee. You don't need to pay for that. And since you're using the fitness center, you're able to use the spa amenities (sauna, jacuzzi, etc) The gym is pretty cool. Modern. Cardio machines. Freeweights. And resistance machines. So check that out.
The pool Area is quite small. The down side to it is that the pool faces the Simon restaurant. So people are watching you swim. Can be uncomfortable.
Okay, those are the main things. The room was awesome. The experience was amazing. The view from the room was beautiful (strip view) I'm staying here again. Highly recommended
****last tip...the bathroom is great but what separates the bathroom from the rest of the room is this glass wall that has a thin film to not see through. Buuut you can still see the silhouette of the person taking a shower. If you're a couple, that's fine. But that may be a little awkward if you're with family or friends*****
April 4, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Catgirl88 Terrific views, excellent room & service
We loved our stay here. Our room was filled with luxuries and featured amazing views of the Strip. The front desk employees were outstanding. I can't say anything bad about this place - everything was fabulous. It is a short drive from the Strip. The hotel also offers a free shuttle to the Strip if you don't have a car. Great rates made this awesome hotel a tremendous value.
March 23, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by jessicaz24 room
Rooms really need updated lots of marks on everything. Need a remodeled. Front desk were great and valet. Just room are not up to participate also pool area needs help to very dirty chairs and everything looks all broke dirty.
March 15, 2015
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