The Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas is lifting the curtain on one of its most impressive renovations yet.
Since 2016, the Vegas hotspot has been undergoing a $690-million renovation, and it's now debuting the results. Two of the hotel’s largest and most luxurious digs, the Hardwood and Kingpin suites, made their grand re-debut on Thursday.
The Hardwood Suite is a sleek, cosmopolitan pad with many stylish features across its 10,000 square feet. But the most jaw-dropping is a graphic black-and-white basketball court painted by graphic artist Joshua Vides. The two-bedroom, two-story suite also includes a hidden whiskey room, a game room with pool and poker tables, and a fully equipped bar with 16 suites. If you’re looking to host a party, this suite is capable of holding up to 300 of your closest friends. If the party gets too rowdy, the walls of the basketball court fold down to reveal three murphy beds for guests who won’t be able to make it home.
Meanwhile, as its name may suggest, the main draw of the Kingpin Suite is a bowling alley in the living room. The entire suite has a ‘70s vibe, complete with a starburst ceiling lamp and technicolor paintings. Invite friends over to lounge on the leather banquettes and cheer on those in the lanes. (The bowling alley comes complete with shoes, balls, and an automatic scoring system.)
The Kingpin Suite is available from $15,000 per night while nightly rates for the Hardwood start at $20,000.
The two suites are the latest to debut. Last year, the hotel showed off its renovated themed suites, Fantasy Tower guest rooms, and six uber-luxurious Sky Villas. All rooms are available for booking now.
In addition to the renovated suites, the Palms Casino Resort is also opening a new music venue this year, where Cardi B will make her Vegas residency debut.