Palms, The Hot
Offer #1 - $10 FREE slot play for new players' club members. Present the coupon from the American Casino Guide book when you sign up for a Club Palms player’s club card and receive $10 in free slot play. Offer valid for new Club Palms members only. Limit one coupon per customer. Expires 12/31/2015.
Offer #2 - $50 in free slot play! Get $50 in free slot play when you’ve earned 2,000 base points on slots or 15,000 base points on video poker in one 24-hour period from 12:01am – 11:59pm. Must present the original coupon from the 2015 American Casino Guide along with your Club Palms Card to the Club Palms Booth. Offer must be redeemed on day points earned. One time only, expires 12/31/2015.
Offer #3 - $10 even-money table game matchplay. Make a $10 even-money bet at blackjack, craps or roulette with the coupon from the American Casino Guide book and your Club Palms Card and receive a FREE $10 Match Bet! Expires 12/31/2015.
Offer #4- Buy one menu item, get one free at Nathan's. Must present the coupon from the American Casino Guide book to cashier prior to ordering. One coupon per person, second item must be of equal or lesser value. Offer valid through December 31, 2015. NOTE- Coupon may be redeemed at the following Nathan's locations: MGM Grand Hotel, Palms Hotel and Casino, New York New York Hotel, Venetian Hotel Grand Canal Shops, Bally’s Hotel, Luxor Hotel. Coupon may only be redeemed at ONE location.
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Open: 8am-1am (Sun-Thurs)/8am-2am (Fri-Sat)
Beginning June 1st, 2009, Palms began to offer free slot play at the rate of 400 points = $1 slot play. Only points earned on or after that date count toward free slot play; all points earned prior to this date may still be used at the same rate toward restaurant, hotel, gift shop, spa and salon purchases. "Original" points may be redeemed at special kiosks located throughout the casino and will not expire as long as your account remains active.
Also, any cash transactions at restaurants, hotel, spa, salon, and gift shop earns points at the rate of $1 spent = 1 point. Be sure to show your players card for the credit.
Slot points are forfeited after 12 months of account inactivity.
Slot Point Accrual
|5¢, 25¢, $1||$1/1||$1/1|
None, but points may be redeemed for free slot play.
Free play: $1 free play/400 points
Minimum: 2000 points
Increments: 400 points
Using free play we can construct the following table:
5¢, 25¢, $1
Scrip: 400 points = $1 in merchandise at any store or for spa/salon treaments.
Food: 400 points = $1 in food. At most restaurants, you can let your server swipe your players card for payment. Food court eateries usually don't have the proper machinery and require a voucher from the players club for payment. This is for points earned after June 1st, 2009. To use points earned prior to that date, you must obtain a voucher from the special kiosks located throughout the casino.
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Rooms: 447 Price Range: $109-$359
Suites: 60 Price Range: $149-$750
Specialty Suites: 9 Prices: $2,500-$40,000
Restaurants: 10 (1 open 24 hours)
Buffets: B-$8.99/$19.99 (Sun) L-$12.99 D-$20.99/$25.99 (Fri/Sat)
Casino Size: 94,136 Square Feet
Games Offered: Slots, Video Poker, Blackjack, Craps, Roulette, Sports Book, Race Book, Mini-Baccarat, Poker, Pai Gow Poker, Three Card Poker, Big Six Wheel, Casino War
Special Features: 14-theater cineplex. IMAX theater. Tattoo shop. Kid’s Quest childcare center. Recording studio.
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Palms is the Place
Palms still has some full pay Video poker, but not as many as they had. They also removed all comps and promos from some of them and reduced points on some others. The poker situation keeps changing, right now it's in the sports book running 1/2 NL and 2/6 spread. Plenty of night life here, but the rooms were only average from what I would expect. They do have a great pool and lots of good food options.
An okay place to play
This is an okay place to play about a mile west of the Strip. The place draws mostly locals during the week with its promotions. It draws young LA hipsters mainly on the weekend.
It does have some full pay video poker machines. The slots payout somewhat better than on the Strip. They have an overpriced food court ($12 for a hot dog, fries, and a soda). But the buffet was actually pretty nice and the price was actually good compared to other Vegas buffets. We always buy the $40 in slot play coupon for $25 before we head out there, so that is a plus as well. Some of the dealers are nice and some not so much.
Great Hotel, Great Gaming - My Favorite Place to S
I love the Palms. It's got extremely easy access, it's off of the strip so you don't have to deal with crazy traffic or people, it's classy and nice. Great video poker, one of the best in town for that. They are also pretty good to their players as well, in terms of mailers, comps and promotions. I love Nove! What a great Italian restaurant! Their coffee shop sucks, though. Just do the coffee shop thing somewhere else. Overall, I love this place, and will stay here again and again if they keep treating me well.
The Palms is Cool
My food rating is based on the buffet and court. They are very average. As you might know they were known for having great VP, it is still very good, but they have taken out some positive games. I like the style it is "modern" and slick. They have a good coffee franchise place. I hit a royal there less than 2 years and my positive results are about every other time. Drink service is good once they find you. Early in the day the CWs have large stations. they have a food court and a movie theatre.
Not very good for gambling.
I visited the Palms after it first opened and found the slots were so tight, I simply gave them my money. Didn't like the atmosphere...it didn't seem to have any. Haven't been back since.
We love going to the Palms Casino every trip to Las Vegas. The old garage was always almost full but now since they added another parking garage the parking is easier. The place is always full of young people going to the clubs or younger people going to the movie theatre and food court,
The Hipsters and the Locals
As a non-strip hotel, you know that this place has to appeal to the locals (with plenty of slot machines, promotions etc), but it also attracts that out of state young and party crowd as well. The party crowd pretty much sticks to the pool and the playboy club, while the locals hit the slots. Both of these groups seem to meet at the buffet which is good and offers more than your old vegas "prime roast beef). The rooms are still newish, with interesting bathroom fixtures, soaps etc. The sports bar is big and bright. At night, there is more of a party atmosphere, the young crowd standing in long snaking lines to get into the club, and the place takes on a more "party pit" atmosphere. But be warned, Maloof is now a minority owner of the place, and who knows if the new owners will be smart enough to leave this place mostly the way it is, or try to turn it into a mirror of the non-descript properties that harrah's owns (ie, which is what happened to the RIO across the street)
The vibe and the odds
Great youthful vibe and atmosphere. Both young and old enjoy this place and the place gets younger, and hipper, at night. The slots are terrific and the table games are fair. A must visit place on anyones's list.
The Palms has a large casino area with many penny slots. It always seems to be noisy and full of young people going to the clubs. We always stop by on our Las Vegas vacations.
Visited this place first off the plane 7/8/08. Not impressed. The casino is too dark. Very large gaming floor. Tables were too high for a Tuesday morning.
Ate at the food court. That was good. They do have Kids Quest hourly child care. If we go back, it will be for the child care. Didn't bring kids this trip.
Parking was easy. Just drove to self park and steps to the door.
A Place for the Young Adults
The Palms Casino is one of the more popular OFF Strip Casinos. A nice size casino with a good Sports Book.
The food court offers familiar fast food eating and a movie theater with current run movies.
My wife loves the Pai Gow Poker here because of the low min. play. The comp system is very fair.
Palms used to have a great buffet but through the last couple of years the buffet has been reduced in physical size and food choices removed. They finally closed the buffet and reopened it in an area farther from the casino. We have not eaten there yet so we do notknow if the food quality and choice has been restored to earlier times.
The only real negative about The Palms is the constant construction that is going on. This tends to make close parking difficult during the peak times. Finally I've also heard that the Palms caters and is a favorite for Las Vegas locals because of the comp system and mail offers.