Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas to Unveil Updated Event Space

Palms Casino and Resort ballroom.

Las Vegas’ Palms Casino Resort has announced that its updated meeting and convention space will be unveiled September 16. This is the first phase of a $146 million property remodel that will include new restaurants, luxury theaters, gaming areas, VIP-deck, and remolded porte-corchere. 

The property’s 19,000-square-foot meeting and event space includes five meeting rooms and a 10,300-square-foot grand ballroom. Venues can cater from 20 to 1,000 guests and can now be customized with the newest AV capabilities.  A custom digital signage system boasts interactive 60-inch displays throughout meeting rooms and an upgraded sound system. The pre-function area features a backlit bar and leather furnishings.

On the way: updates to the glass enclosed business center. The center is designed for privacy, convenience and accessibility, and soon connecting hallways and restrooms will add additional improvements.

Since 2001, the Palms has earned a reputation for hosting business conferences, including many Fortune 500 companies and  events like the MTV Video Music Awards.

To celebrate their updated space, the Palms is offering a special incentive for the first meeting planners who book. The “Industry Insider & Incentives” package will include a $200 spa credit for the meeting planner, as well as:

  • 20-100 rooms on peak: one complimentary coffee break
  • 101-300 rooms on peak: one complimentary cocktail reception (based on peak room night)
  • 300 + rooms on peak: 10 percent credit to the master account

The Palms houses 1,200 guest rooms in three towers, including many luxury suites with views of Las Vegas, several onsite restaurants, and day-life and nightlife entertainment venues.

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