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Palms Hotel Appoints New Vice President, Assistant Manager

May 21, 2009 By: Travel Agent Central Contributor


Scott Blakeslee has been appointed to the new position of overseeing the Palms Place Hotel as vice president and assistant manager. Blakeslee will manage the sales and marketing for the property’s major market segments and direct all operations for the hotel and spa for the new addition to the Palms Hotel and Casino.

“Scott’s creative vision, expertise and experience will further enhance the continually evolving Palms Place Hotel & Spa,"  said George Maloof, owner of the Palms Hotel and Casino. "We could not be more pleased to have him on board.” 

The hotel is a multi-million dollar, 47-story luxury tower including Drift, a two-story spa enclave that boasts Las Vegas’ first hammam, a co-ed sanctuary recalling the ancient traditions of a Turkish bath; modern American cuisine at celebrity chef Kerry Simon’s flagship restaurant, Simon at Palms Place; Primp Salon operated by renowned color specialist Michael Boychuck; the intimate lobby bar, Rojo Lounge; 24-hour room service, resort concierge service, a business center and the only Las Vegas location of L.A.’s famed Sunset Tan.

This addition to the Palms Hotel and Casino will integrate new faces to the family of the Palms. George Maloof is looking forward to launching the Palms Place Hotel and confident with Scott Blakeslee's experience in management. This is an epic moment for the Palms Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas.

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