Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas Revamps Basketball, Bowling Suites

As part of its ongoing $690 million property-wide renovation, Palms Casino Resort has completed changes to its Hardwood and Kingpin Suites. Redesigned by the Rockwell Group, the 10,000-square-foot and 4,500-square-foot suites feature a regulation sized half basketball court and two full-size bowling lanes, respectively.

The Hardwood Suite, remodeled in collaboration with street artists Joshua Vides, Patrick Martinez, Cryptik and MADSTEEZ, offers two bedrooms, four and a half baths, a hidden whiskey room, a game room with a pool and poker table, multiple large-screen televisions and a fully-equipped 16-seat bar. Painted black and white by Vides, the basketball court also features three inconspicuous murphy beds for friends to crash on.

The Kingpin Suite offers the ultimate bowling accommodation, with shoes, bowling balls and an automatic scoring system all included in addition to the two full-size bowling lanes. The suite additionally features two bedrooms, two and a half bathrooms and multiple lounge spaces. Like the Hardwood Suite, the Kingpin offers a fully-functional bar, pool table and several large screen televisions.

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Following its acquisition by Station Casinos in 2016, the Palms Casino Resort began its current ongoing $690 million renovation. The Hardwood and Kingpin Suites join the property’s other recently remodeled theme suites, Fantasy Tower guest rooms and six Sky Villas.

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