Palms Place

Palms Place

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4240 W. Flamingo Rd. , Las Vegas, NV 89103, United States

Palms Place, part of the Palms Hotel & Casino complex in Las Vegas, is an exclusive tower of luxury studio apartments and penthouses completed by architect Jon Jerde in 2008. The stunning, 47-story glass tower is encircled by a LED sticks and shimmering lights and connects to the main hotel and casino via a private skywalk. Guest accommodations offer views of the Strip and Spring Mountains, private entrances, nine-foot ceilings, marble and hardwood floors, and kitchens. The 50,000-square-foot pool features waterfalls and stone gardens, and the tower is also home to Drift Spa and Salon, which has Vegas's only hammam (a Turkish-inspired co-ed steam bath.)

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