The iconic resort will reopen with a fireworks extravaganza to match any Vegas spectacle!
Mark your calendars for April 27, which is when this celebration will occur and mark Palms official reopening for the public. Like many casinos, Palms closed during the pandemic in 2020. During this time, the resort’s former owners (Red Rock) sold Palms to the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians for a whopping $650 million! Surprisingly, this is the first time a Las Vegas resort has been owned by Native Americans. The San Manuel group has a long history in the business. They’ve operated Yaamava Resort & Casino since 1986, just east of Los Angeles.
Red Rock had recently spent $690 million on renovations that only began in 2017. The Palms Casino Resort has also been closed for over a year.
The Palms was developed by entrepreneur and businessman George Maloof. The casino and resort has always been successful at attracting celebrity A-listers and being at the forefront of the party scene in Vegas. Palms has always stood out thanks to their over-the-top luxury in everything from extravagant suits like their luxury Sky Villas and their impressive art collection.
The Palms is coming back bigger than ever! The resort now has 766 rooms in its two towers, delicious bars, restaurants, a beautiful spa, and their IMAX Brenden Theatre with 2,500-seats!
Another standout feature of Palms is how it was the first resort in Vegas with a recording studio.
One of the resort’s crowning jewels is the 55th floor Ghost Bar. The epic bar has a vast cocktail lounge nightclub known for its partial open-air concept and jaw-dropping glass floor!
Another feature we are excited to see is their epic pool complex which we bet is the perfect spot to welcome the summer months. This multi-level 73,000-square-foot complex has two luxurious main pools and 39 cabanas!
We can’t wait to welcome back Palms to the Vegas family and to see all of the updated features of this legendary Vegas institution!
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