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Palms Place Penthouses

4.5 out of 5.0

Palms Place Penthouses

4.5 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

Great room and room service. I really never left the room except to eat at the buffet. I had a suite which was very roomy. Room service prices were comparable to surrounding hotels. Overall, I would definitely stay again!

We stayed here for New Years to see the fire works on the strip. The room was very nicely appointed. Marble was used all over the bathroom with large walk in shower with kind of a weird tub. There is a single basin in the bathroom but it has plenty of counter space for two people. The no smoking / no casino feature means no smokey smell on you and your clothes. That is a real plus. There are Gaggenau fixtures in the kitchen whcih makes the place feel rally luxe. Pay extra for high floor strip view. It is worth it if you can afford it / are going to be in the room. The rooms have great strip views from a distance. Make sure you get a room with a balcony that opens. Not all do.

Tired to grab a room week ahead and was receiving offers of $199 and up. I finally called Palms after hearing the pool was newly renovated. After speaking with hotel reservations, I received a room for $50 Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. The hotel has been newly renovated and so was their old buffet. Only down side was the resort fees were as much as the cost of the room, but small price to pay for nice hotel (close to the strip). I would recommend this palace anytime.

We were really excited for our first trip to Vegas to stay at the Palms Place. Upon arrival we were greeted with a very friendly staff and they quickly checked us in. Upon getting to the room we were very disappointed to find the room very old and dated. Scratch marks all over the walls, dirty floors, dirt between the walls and the bed, Dirty under the sink and inside where they expect you to use ice from. For the price we paid to stay here I feel we could have stayed in a much newer nicer hotel that would have not looked so worn out. The rooms really need a facelift. Also keep in mind that the balcony doors are locked and they won’t give you a key to them, which I find ridiculous! Why did we come to Vegas and book a room on the 50th floor only not to have access to the balcony. Another thing to note, we waited over 2 Hours for a wine opener to be brought to our room which cost $10. The garbage disposal stopped working after the first day. Be prepared to bring your own cups and silverware, they only Provide you with 2 glasses and no forks or spoons. Overall if you are not used to staying in nicer places then these things might not bother you, but honestly I have stayed in nicer Holiday Inn’s which were cleaner. Be cautious when booking this place and ask lots of questions about the condition of your room. Take a look at my pictures.

This property has amazing rates for what you get. We were in a 1 bedroom, 1 1/2 bath strip view suite, managed by a outside property company - but you check in through the front desk like any other room. We had a kitchen with a four burner glasstop stove, a microwave, a fridge & freezer, and a dishwasher. Our room also included a washer & dryer, fireplace, TWO balconies, a big fold out couch, tons of seating, and wrap around windows. Having a small kitchen and two bathrooms are a lifesaver for a family, but we don't always want to stay at a non-resort/extended stay property, so having these available at a location like Palms Place is fantastic. Our room here was definitely larger, with more upgraded features and finishes, than our room at The Signature (which also offers multi-room suites with kitchens). I'll be exhaustively nitpicky here, for honesty's sake. You should know what you're getting for your money. The sheer size and amenities within the room make it a great value. I couldn't, however, give it a full 5 stars, because there were some details that could use a little attention. The two balconies were great to have, but they had ZERO furniture on them, not even those cheesy white plastic chairs, so it made them a lot less usable. The finishes were upgraded, but some look dated, while others have just suffered their fair share of wear and tear and need replacing or refurbishing. The giant tub was great to have, but a few times the jets randomly turned on by themselves, and it was a bit startling since in an empty tub that's loud, and it was sudden. All three bathroom sinks dripped from the cold water handle when they were on, even if only using the hot water. One of the toilets ran (quietly, but still wasteful) unless you jiggled the handle, the icemaker in the freezer was pretty noisy at times (opening and shutting the freezer door made the sound stop), a few lightbulbs were out, and the bedroom was lacking bedside outlets for charging your devices near you overnight. The two TV's are pretty small by today's standards, especially for this size room, and don't accommodate guests hooking up computers/gaming systems/ etc. very easily, while most hotels and have entered the modern age and make this a simple task with media centers and easily accessible hdmi inputs. The super limited amount of channels and no PPV options also greatly limited their use, as it was hard to find anything anybody wanted to actually watch while we were in the room. The TV system's guide also only showed the networks, not what was playing on them at the time, so by the time you made it through the channels looking to see what was actually on right then and chose something, you had missed at least the first few minutes of it. A guide that showed what was playing and not just what channel was what number would have been nice. Also, the bedroom tv would randomly glitch and black out for a few seconds here and there, and once entirely lost sound for nearly 10 minutes, throughout all channels, before we turned it off, waited a minute or two and turned it back on, which fixed it, but it was annoying when you're in the middle of watching something. On a positive note, the free wifi was plenty to accommodate a family of four, including streaming. I was confused at first because it was made to sound like the basic (free) wifi limited the number of devices that could connect, and offered very low-speed connections. I even upgraded ($9.99/day premium package) to start off with, but once that expired and we tried the basic there was no discernable difference and we were not limited on the amount of devices that could connect (we had 8 connected). It streamed just fine too. I recommend trying the basic first to see if it meets your needs before assuming you need to upgrade. The pool (next door at the Palms, but included for Palms Place guests) left much to be desired, but Mabel's BBQ (also, next door at the Palms) was the best BBQ I've ever eaten. The staff was friendly, the hotel is nicely quiet, no rowdy crowds anywhere, and it doesn't reek of cigarette smoke. Free parking, including free valet (gratuity is obviously up to you, but you SHOULD tip if you use it) is a nice change from the MGM properties that have found yet another way to squeeze an additional $15 a day out of their guests. Overall I would definitely stay here again, in the same room, and I would also recommend it to others. Just have realistic expectations. It's not perfect, and it's not the best suite on the strip, but hotel rooms are NEVER as shiny and immaculate as they seem in pictures, and it's a hell of a deal for what you get.

Like i said I didn’t take anything inside the mini bar. I bring my own stuff like soda, water, etc. and when I checked out they charged me $59 to my card they claiming i take on their mini bar... when i check out probably the housekeeping thought all the thing on the trash like soda etc are came from the mini bar, like i said im not stupid. I bring my own stuff like that... they are steeling my money...

I went to the Palms Place for my Bachelorette party April 30th- May 4th 2019. I rented the penthouse on the 56th floor Room 304 Taking the elevator up to our suite -waking out to the 56th floor, there is significant water damage, and the smell of mold slaps you in the face, my sinus and eyes were bothered pretty bad everything I walked through the hallway. Opening the suite, the chairs were scattered, the set up just didn’t make any sense. The glass table is broken we were too afraid to eat on the table and it collapse! Not to mention the glass itself was cracked, didn’t want to cut our hands and legs up. The furniture is ripped, holes in the pillows, holes in the chairs, there is food on the wall where a BIG picture should be hung up. Cigarette burns in the floor and master bed night stand. The bedroom furniture in both the master bedroom and spare bedroom has banged up bad also in the guest room bathroom the light bulbs on one side were burnt out and there is water damage behind the mirror (pretty sure wall will need replaced- made a video you have to watch it), The wood trimming around the penthouse is either scuffed really bad or there’s entire wooden pieces missing, I stubbed the front of my toes on a loose wood piece with the nail JUST missing my foot. Master bedroom has a broken chair and wooden planks stuffed in the closet, master bathroom- railing on the one side where you hand the towels was broken off! Looking at the ceilings there’s water damage I’m pretty sure the owner is going to have to gut the place out. There was NO hairdryer, actually was a hassle to even get one! 4 girls in this room and no hairdryer??? We tried calling the front desk and they couldn’t be bothered it took us over half hour to get a dryer.The owner threw the hairdryer at my girl friend and gave her a nasty look... awesome. Kitchen doesn’t have any knives so we couldn’t cook anything while we stayed there. The deck- the couch, someone broke it as you’ll see in the picture I post, the condition of the upholstery was stained by white residue, the pool itself the jets didn’t work. EVERYTHING the ceiling, the furniture must go! I am absolutely appalled in the condition of the penthouse of all things?? We asked for a different suite and we were told we couldn’t... I booked this unit months in advance and the service we all got it’s pathetic and quite embarrassing to be totally honest. Shame on the owner of this building!!! ** Strip View Suites manages this penthouse, I don’t know how the condition of this place slipped through the cracks??? My bachelorette trip was ruined this penthouse DOES NOT look like what it does in pictures!!!

This is my new favorite place to stay in Las Vegas. The pool is relaxing with good people to hang out with. The rooms are huge and we had a view of the mountains in the distance off our balcony which was a pleasant surprise. I can't say many bad things about palms place. Well there's a thick aroma of perfume in the lobby which was a bit aggressive. Self park was close to the door. Kaos night club is a must to check out if you're in to that nightlife vibe. I will definitely be staying at Palms Place on my next visit. Oh dogs are allowed too which is nice.

We stayed one night at the beginning of our trip then 2 nights at the end of our trip. Both stays were great. Our rooms were fantastic. Our one-night room did have a pungent odor of cigarettes, which was a challenge because all our stuff smelled like smoke after check out. We stayed in different rooms on each stay and both had wonderful views of the strip. One complaint, which I do not know if the hotel can control, is the overwhelming smell of marijuana in the hall ways leading to the rooms and the elevator areas. That, along with the cigarette stench on our 1st night, are the only things that kept me from giving 5 stars. We will absolutely return to this hotel in the future.

I book 5 nights at the Palms Place. When we got there, the receptionist refused to take my credit card for a security deposit. He said they do not take Greendot bank cards. I told him that was the only credit card I had on me. I have never had a problem using this card before and used it at the Wynn last year with no issues. He said it had to be a card from a bank other than Greendot or Paypal. I told him nowhere on the webpage does it say that and there was no mention of that in my booking confirmation email. The website only says a $100/day security deposit is required, with no specific exclusions on certain credit cards. I asked if I could pay the $500 in cash instead. He said no, they don't take cash. I offered to pay for the entire stay in cash and put down $1000 in cash for the security deposit. He refused. A manager was called. She also refused to allow us to check in. Another manager was called and he told me the same thing, that he could actually swipe my card and it would go through, but it was against their policy so he couldn't do it. At this point our vacation was pretty much ruined and I was ready to drive back home. My wife asked if they could recommend us a hotel that would take our card. It turns out 90% of hotels in Las Vegas do take my card OR cash, including the Wynn which is now our go-to hotel.

4381 W Flamingo Rd Las Vegas NV

Hotel highlights

  • Close to Orleans Arena
  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Free valet and self parking
  • Onsite dining

Orleans Arena is within a mile (2 km) of Palms Place Penthouses, and other popular sites like LINQ Promenade are within a couple of miles (3 km). This 2-room, 4.5-star aparthotel has private in-room spa tubs along with 2 restaurants and an outdoor pool.


Dining

This aparthotel is home to 2 onsite restaurants, perfect for a quick bite to eat. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with 24-hour room service, or get a quick energy boost at the coffee shop/café.


Rooms

Each apartment is soundproofed and features a kitchen and a furnished balcony. Guests can expect to find free WiFi and 65-inch a Smart TV with cable channels. Pillowtop beds sport Egyptian cotton sheets and down comforters, and the bathroom offers a jetted tub, a hair dryer, and free toiletries. Other standard amenities include a private spa tub, a washer/dryer, and a coffee maker.


Property features

Guests staying at Palms Place Penthouses enjoy an outdoor pool, a fitness center, and free WiFi in public areas. If you drive, put free valet parking to good use. The front desk is staffed 24 hours a day to help with concierge services and luggage storage. Other amenities at this luxury aparthotel include a 24-hour business center, free newspapers, and a porter/bellhop.

Room options

Exclusive Penthouse, Hot Tub, City View

King 2 | Sleeps 10

Luxury Penthouse, 1 Bedroom, Hot Tub

King 2 | Sleeps 8

Superior Condo, 2 Bedrooms, Balcony, City View

King 3 | Sleeps 10

Reviews from Trip Advisor

Trip Advisor aggregated rating

79.0% of guests recommend this hotel

Total of 2610 reviews