Palms Place

Palms Place

The 599-room tower that adjoins Palms Casino Resort by skytube feels most residential of the three Palms towers (elsewhere you’ll find a frenetic pool scene and those over-the-top “Fantasy Suites”). Its Drift Spa & Hammam, with its own private outdoor garden lounges and true Turkish steam room, plus a 50,000-square-foot pool area surrounded by stone gardens and cabanas on its sixth floor is a good place to visit as a couple. West of Las Vegas Boulevard, the rooms in all three Palms towers have some of the best Strip views in Las Vegas. The room size is generous— starting at 605-square-feet filled with all mod cons, including kitchenettes, lots of flatscreen TVs, and some with Villeroy & Boch whirlpool tubs and fireplaces. 

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