Las Vegas' legendary property, Palms Casino Resort, announced on Tuesday that it will reopen its doors for visitors on April 27, 2022. The legendary resort already started to accept suite and room reservations via its website starting from April 28, 2022.
Back in 2019, Palms Casino Resort went through a $600 million renovation. However, similar to other casinos in Nevada, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the property was closed back in March 2020. Last year, Red Rock sold the property to the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians and now, the tribe announced its plans to reopen the iconic resort.
Visitors of the resort will be able to enjoy unique dining experiences by visiting Mabel's BBQ by Chef Michael Symon as well as Scotch 80 Prime. The opening of the resort will mark the debut of Serrano Vista Cafe but casual dining options will include Send Noodles as well.
There will be plenty of action for gamblers as well. The Palms Casino Resort features a 95,000-square foot casino floor. The casino floor offers some 1,500 slots that give players a chance of winning big jackpots. Moreover, there will be table games offering classics such as roulette and poker.
Seasoned gamblers will also be able to enjoy the High Limit Room, which raises the stakes and positions the players in an exclusive private gaming environment with a private bar, slots and high limit tables.
What is more, visitors of Palms Casino Resort will be able to enjoy a multi-level pool area that features unique cabanas, daybeds and poolside lounge chairs. There will be additional amenities that will include food and beverage outlets and a spa, but details about them will be released soon. The opening of the Palms Resort Casino will be celebrated with spectacular fireworks on opening night.
Cynthia Kiser Murphey, the Resort's general manager, said in a recent statement: "Our goal is to deliver a truly distinctive experience." She added that the Resort strives to offer "a truly distinctive experience that makes you feel at home while you are in Las Vegas" for both local visitors and guests from far away.
Murphey added that April 27 will mark a milestone for the resort, the San Manuel Gaming and Hospitality Authority and Las Vegas. In conclusion, she said that the venue will be thrilled to open its doors for visitors that can enjoy the "lively and fun environment throughout the property."
Latisha Casas, the chairwoman of the San Manuel Gaming and Hospitality Authority, added that it is an honor to "welcome everyone back to Palms Casino Resort Las Vegas." She said that the venue is looking forward to offering supreme hospitality to its guests.
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