News for the Hospitality Executive
LAS VEGAS, October 1, 2012 -- Palms Casino Resort is transforming its look with a lavish redesign of all 428 rooms in the Palms Tower, which are now available for guest booking. The remodeled, ultra-chic rooms are part of the first phase of the $50 million renovation underway at Palms that will also include appealing new culinary options and re-imagined gaming spaces.
"We are very excited to introduce the new concept for our rooms, and are confident that the unique style and atmosphere will be a favorite for Las Vegas visitors," said Joseph A. Magliarditi, President of Palms. "Sexy, sleek and cutting-edge, the redesigned rooms exemplify the polished experience guests can expect at Palms."
Designed by Klai Juba and Seed Design, the sophisticated rooms feature a modern concept accented with horizontal lines, warm wood tones and vibrant luxe velvet. Dramatic custom artwork extends horizontally wall to wall above the bed and complements the alluring atmosphere of the space. Sensual and edgy, the captivating 16 foot oversized mural embodies vivacious hues and contributes to the seductive, contemporary vibe of the room.
For a luxurious escape, guests can indulge in the ultimate comforts with pillow top mattresses and lush down feather pillows and bedding. Renovated bathrooms provide a rejuvenating spa-like experience with an all new step-in shower, redesigned vanity and upgraded lighting.
Each redesigned room utilizes the latest in technology, while maintaining function and user friendliness. Guests can enjoy a 46" Samsung HD LED television with a media hub to allow easy connections with laptops, cameras, media players and game systems. There is also an extended music channel selection with nine genre options controlled directly through the television, and multiple telephones and phone lines available for guest convenience.
Along with the room remodel, other upcoming property transformations include an updated casino floor featuring a posh new center bar and innovative culinary ventures such as the modern sports bar, Heraea, and the newly announced pan-Asian restaurant, XISHI. Renovations will continue in stages through 2013.
For more information about the renovations at Palms, or to book a new room, please visit www.palms.com/.
About Palms Casino Resort
Palms Casino Resort, heralded as one of Las Vegas' most sought-after destinations, is an all-encompassing, one-stop experience. The boutique property boasts three distinct towers and a diverse mix of bars and restaurants across a 95,000-square-foot casino. Palms is currently undergoing a multi-million dollar transformation that will encompass a Palms Tower room and suite redesign, appealing new culinary additions, re-imagined gaming spaces and new, distinctive nightlife experiences. In addition to newly designed rooms, during the first phase of the renovation, by year's end Palms will welcome Heraea, a reinvention of the traditional sports bar and XISHI, a pan-Asian restaurant and lounge both by The ONE Group; Chocolat Bistro, a gourmet bistro, creperie and cremerie; and a vibrant new center bar. Amenities include Fantasy Suites, such as the Hardwood Suite, the only hotel room in the world with its own basketball court; the all-new Cantor Gaming® race and sports book , one of the few sports books in Las Vegas to include a poker room; tonic bar; ghostbar; Rain Nightclub; The Pearl Concert Theater; Moon Nightclub; N9NE Steakhouse; Nove Italiano; Little Buddha Sushi Bar & Lounge; Simon Restaurant & Lounge; The Palms Pool & Bungalows; AMP and Primp Salons and Drift Spa & Hammam; Brenden Theatres, a 14-theatre Cineplex and more than 60,000 square-feet of meeting space. Palms Casino Resort is located west of the Las Vegas Strip and I-15 on Flamingo Road. For reservation information, call toll free at (866) PALMS-RES, (866) 725-6773, or visit www.palms.com. For groups of 15 rooms or more, contact the Sales Department at (866) PALMS-MTG or (866) 725-6768. Connect with Palms Casino Resort on Twitter @Palms and on Facebook.
Casino Resort in Las Vegas, Nevada to Begin $50 Million Renovation
Project; Public Spaces and the 428 Rooms in the Palms Tower to be
Remodeled / June 2012