Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas Transforms Six Themed Suites

As part of Palms Casino Resort’s $690 million “From Dust to Gold” renovation, the Las Vegas property has transformed all six of its themed suites. The new suites, designed by Los Angeles’ Avenue Interior Design and Rockwell Group, will open to the public by the end of the year.

The one- and two-bedroom REVOLVE Suites have a fully-functional bar, multiple large-screen televisions, a central beauty bar with custom mirrors and more. The suite’s master bathroom includes a dressing room with seating areas, as well as multiple sinks and vanity mirrors.

The resort’s new one-bedroom Loft Suites, drawing inspiration from speakeasies, will be decorated with brown, cream and burgundy palette and be fitted with wood floors, exposed beams and textured brick walls. These 1,458 – 2,000 square feet suites will include two large lounge areas with multiple large-screen televisions, a poker table and a full bar,

The Cinema Suite, living up to its name, comes with a 98” flat screen and an accompanying set of nine theater seats. Guests will be able to order from a curated ‘movie menu’ that includes wings, nachos, sliders, pizza, popcorn towers and dessert platters. Other amenities include a pool table, bar and leather upholstered seating area.

Guests staying at the Make Good Choices Suite will be asked to choose between the good and the bad, deciding the custom amenities they receive. The one-bedroom suite will also feature its own photo booth.

The 10,000 square-foot Hardwood Suite, with three bedrooms and five beds, has been designed especially for large groups. The space includes a full-size half basketball court, hidden whiskey room, pool tables, lounge areas, a fully-functional bar and multiple televisions.

Though its less than half the size of the Hardwood Suite, the Kingpin Suite still offers plenty of rooms. In addition to two bedrooms, the suite includes two fully-stocked bowling lanes, a full bar, a DJ booth and several televisions.

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