Casinos have the unique reputation of being among the most luxurious properties, with the construction of some casinos alone costing upwards of $1.8 billion. With stores from the most luxurious brands such as Bulgari, Gucci, and Ferrari making their homes in these casino resorts, they’re easily some of the most high-end locations one could visit.
In the past, many of these casinos had reserved their services to high rollers and only the most elite gamblers. However, in recent years, the growth of online gambling has meant that they’ve had to open up their doors to a wider variety of clientele. In New Jersey, the online gambling push had seen even big names such as Trump Plaza coming together with Betfair to try to penetrate the growing market.
Online is quickly becoming a popular choice for many gamblers, and the promise of an exclusive suite is no longer enough to draw high rollers to land-based casinos. As such, many casino resorts have begun opening up these exclusive, high-end suites to non-gamblers, but with a hefty price tag.
The Palms Casino Resort is among the many casinos that now no longer limit their services to casino goers. They offer a variety of services to their patrons, from spa and relaxation amenities to fine dining establishments, Palms has everything you’d need, plus a little extra. They offer a full-service concierge who can help you make arrangements with the hotel, restaurants, and everything else in order to ensure that you get the most out of your stay at the casino resort. The local Pearl Theater is constantly hosting live shows from some of the best artists, and their in-house restaurants range from the N9NE Steakhouse, a newly-renovated award-winning American steakhouse headed by Executive Chef Barry S. Dakake, to the marvelous French creations of renowned Chef Andre Rochat in collaboration with celebrated Chef de Cuisine Mark Purdy.
The resort also has a Luxe Collection of suites that have amenities you’d never have anywhere else. The Hardwood Suite, for example, which is available at $25,000 a night, has its own basketball court – a 30’ by 30’ hardwood floor right inside the suite. There are also NBA-sized Murphy beds that can be hidden from view when you don’t need them, a professional locker room with seven full-length wooden lockers and two large benches, and even a pool table. For those less inclined to play ball, they also have the Kingpin Suite, available at $7,500 a night, which has its own bowling alley and pool table. With amenities like these, the Palms Casino Resort is easily among the most luxurious and diverse hotels in Vegas.