Four-Star Luxury Resort near the Las Vegas Strip
Palms Casino Resort entertains its guests in relentless Vegas fashion. The luxury resort features several top-notch restaurants, a 24-hour casino, expansive pools, and thumping nightclubs. The raw numbers give an idea of how huge the place is: the casino alone sprawls across 95,000 square feet and houses more than 70 gaming tables and more than 1,000 slot machines. An adjacent race and sports-book area features eight poker tables and a 1,250-square-foot LED television wall displaying domestic and international competitions.
The resort is also a well-known nightlife hot spot. Celebrities have been known to drop by Ghostbar, an exclusive, 21-or-older club perched atop the property's Palms Tower. Revelers crowd both a neon-lit dance floor and an outdoor sky deck with panoramic views of the Vegas strip. There's also a wide array of onsite dining options. The casual Bistro Buffet has an extensive breakfast spread, and renowned chef Andre Rochat helms Alize, a gourmet French eatery nestled in the Palms Tower penthouse.
The resort's superior guest rooms provide a posh spot to unwind from the action while taking in dazzling views of the city through floor-to-ceiling windows. Themed luxury suites feature a separate living room or lounge. The Barbie suite looks like a life-size version of the iconic doll's Malibu Dreamhouse, complete with bright-pink furniture and framed photos of her honeymoon with GI Joe. The Celebrity suite delivers a touch of Hollywood glamour with chandeliers and a red leather couch.
The Las Vegas Strip: World-Renowned Sin City Playground
High-rise hotels and a vast sea of neon fill the Las Vegas Strip, which endures as a can't-miss spectacle. For a taste of classic Vegas, take a stroll down Fremont Street, where some of the signs have been glittering since the Rat Pack's heyday. But this "Glitter Gulch" burns much more brightly today: beginning at dusk, a canopy of 12 million LED lights erupts in a psychedelic light and music show that repeats every hour.
For a taste of culture amid the hedonism, check out the Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art’s exhibit of more than 30 exquisite landscape paintings, including an early haystack by impressionist Claude Monet. During the 90-minute Cirque du Soleil show Love, unbelievable acrobatics are set to the timeless soundtrack of the Beatles.
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