The Palms Casino Hotel
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i am arrive in las vegas with airplane.
Later the airport , i am going in "The Palms Casino Hotel".
In the travel , i am going in "the death valley".
My, my sister und y parents, we ave cross "the death valley".
The night , my other and my father going in the casino whereas y sister and my sleeping.
So I'm still very behind on blogging. I'm actually back now from my next vacation, a Caribbean cruise. I had bought internet minutes on the boat, but it was so slow that it would have taken me forever to upload pictures. So I just decided to wait until I get back to upload anything. Most of my blogs from the boat are already written, but I’ll …
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Palms Casino Hotel Las Vegas
The resorte was amazing the staff were friendly and very helpful
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Historical Traveler Reviews The Palms Casino Hotel Las Vegas
Staying at the PALMS was the worst experience I have ever had at any hotel. Vitrually every employee was rude and condescending. They try so hard to be "hip" that they have forgotten about service and courtesy.
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I booked two guest rooms for my sister and brother at the Palms. They have some serious issues with checkin. Even though it was well after checkin time (3:00 pm), they kept on telling us both rooms were not clean, even while handing out room keys to other guests right in front of us. It wasn't until I refused to leave the counter that some keys "magically" appeared for us from their back room. Because we were tired and my brother and sister had to change for a 4:00 pm appointment, this was a huge inconvenience. I also felt the staff was blatantly lying to me about the rooms not being ready. I will not stay here again, the rooms are clean but bland as can be. But the checkin was the most unpleasant and stressful experience.
My husband and I just stayed at the Palms last week for 4 nights. This
Overall, very comfortable room, nice pool, decent casino. Keep in mind this hotel is geared to the under-30 MTV crowd and I would not recommend staying here if you have young kids or are looking for a "mature" crowd. More on that in comments below. Drawbacks were: 1) Room was not ready, even an hour after check-in time of 3PM(we had to argue with the manager to get a room by 4:15PM). 2)Room was noisy on a Sunday afternoon as the room faced the pool and they had live music. Again, with the pool being swarmed by young couples and singles, I imagine it added to the atmosphere for them. But at night, things were quiet. 3) Breakfast buffet less than average, we expected more for a hotel that is trying to be "so cool and upscale" for the MTV generation. 4) They put on rock concerts here(Korn was performing during our stay) and unfortunately, the entrance to the concert place and the guest room elevators are next to each other. Getting to your room through this crowd was downright dangerous. In summary, young couples and singles will love this place. To older couples or families, consider elsewhere.
Great for the young crowd!
I just came back from the Palms where I spent my bachelorette party with my girlfriends. It is a great place to stay when you want to party at their clubs and then pass out in your room. The room was great and the bathroom was awesome! The maid service was excellent, but the person who checked me in was a bit rude. The pool was quite smaller than I expected, but definitely attracts an MTV crowd.
Their Slot Points program is a farse. More pionts are awarded but they do not give cash back. 400 Points give you 1 dollar in cash equlivent at stores and for Food. Unless you play poker machines than the point s back for the above go to 800 points for $1.00 Also I played the 100% + back poker machines and lost $1000.00 in 90minutes.I have a winning ticked at the sports book and they will not switch me to the sports book to see if its worth mailing in. A 4 team round robin and all teams won. How do I fins its value they say mail it in. How do I trust them to give me the correct value. I have never had this happen before and I have been going to LV 2 or 3 times a year for 30 years.Jay
Stayed at the Palms for New Years week, and it was outstanding. Its off the strip, but a $5 cab ride gets you right to Caesars. Rooms were larger than average, and not decorated in some tacky French Rennaisance or tropical oasis theme. Best bed you will ever sleep in, they have a problem with guests stealing the sheets - and I can see why, they are imported Egyptian cotton, and just incredibly soft.The Casino is smaller than most, but it makes it easier to find drunken friends who wander off. Nine features outstanding food, great steaks and seafood dishes, and a cool atmosphere. Rain is the craziest club I have ever been in. On NYE the line was insane - but we planned ahead and reserved a VIP cabana for the night, so they whisked us past the crowds and right in. I recommend a booth or cabana, because this place gets packed! Ive never seen so many beautiful women in one place. Ghostbar has a great view of the strip from 40 some floors up.Overall a hip place, with lots of 20-30s folks, celebs, and pro atheletes frequenting the clunbs and restaurants. Definitely recommend it to those into a swank location to sever as your LV base of operations
Stayed here for 3 nights in January, 2003. Very impressive property. Probably one of the most comfortable hotel rooms I've ever had, great view. Hotel is very modern, and fresh. Had great luck in the Casino. Staff seemed very nice. I was a little old for the typical crowd, but I certainly didn't mind watching all the beautiful 20 something girls.
The person who checked me in was snotty and unfriendly. The room type I requested was not ready when I arrived at 4:00 pm and was told to come back in a half hour unless I wanted a different type of room. I was tired after a long drive and just wanted to relax a little so I took the room type available. The garage for self parking was confusing and not very close to the hotel. The hotel was quite smokey (unlike some of the higher end casino/hotels on the strip which apparently have better circulation systems for clearing out cigarette smoke.) The room contained some trash on the floor left over from a prior guest. When I happened to check the room charges available through the in room services television, it had charges for items I had not used(?), although they were subsequently removed when I complained. On one of the four nights of my stay, I was asked to show my room key prior to entering the elevator area by a staff member who was quite rude and menacing about it. But this practice of asking for proof that I was staying at the hotel did not occur every night of my stay. They claim to have turn down service but no one ever came by the whole time that I was there. The maid service was inconsistent. The trash was not always emptied and some nights the towels were replaced and sometimes not. I never once saw a cocktail waitress in the casino area. (Maybe the hotel doesn't have any). I only chose this hotel because I was supposed to meet some friends from out of state there and it was their choice to stay at the Palms. I did notice that a lot of their prices for services and on site restaurants was on the high side. My girlfriend is in hotel management and was quite surprised that the hotel did not try to be more accommodating and apologetic for its staff's inconsistancies. I cannot recommend this hotel to anyone.
Stayed at the Palms Casino Resort from 9/2/02 to 9/4/02 -- this hotel is a great break from the crowds on the Strip and a terrific value at $69 per night! Room was large and restful with superb mattresses, linens, and down pillows. Newspaper delivered to your door and coffee maker in room are treats not generally offered on the Strip. Playful pool area with cushioned chaise lounges,giant styrofoam chairs in a shallow section of the pool, and generously sized towels.