Palms Casino Resort has announced the opening of a collection of new restaurants and entertainment venues, the renovation of the its casino, and the unveiling of a property-wide contemporary art program later this month.
Part of the ongoing $620 million re-imagination of the property, the opening of these exciting new amenities signals the completion of the previously announced first phase of upgrades, which will yet again transform Palms into Las Vegas’ most elevated destination.
“The culmination of our many new venue openings will give our guests the first look at the new Palms in the making and the extraordinary vision we are bringing to life,” said Jon Gray, general manager of Palms Casino Resort.
“We’ve teamed with the very best partners, from our celebrity chefs, nightlife providers, artists, musicians and more, to provide our guests with an unparalleled entertainment experience.”
Guests will encounter a one-of-a-kind art programme interwoven throughout the property, including a number of pieces from the personal art collections of Frank and Lorenzo Fertitta, with works by globally renowned artists Damien Hirst, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Andy Warhol, and Dustin Yellin.
The resort will also debut newly commissioned creations by leading contemporary artists such as Adam Parker Smith, Jason Revok, Eric Haze, Felipe Pantone, James Jean, Timothy Curtis and many more that have already begun popping up on property.
Palms is now home to one of the most inviting and advanced gaming floors in Las Vegas, having undergone a complete remodel of the entire casino including chic lighting, wood ceiling fixtures and bright carpet tones.
Over 40 new table games, which feature charging outlets at many seats, will join more than 1,100 video poker and slot machines with the latest games and popular themes cantered around a dramatic new centre bar.
The luxurious new High Limit Gaming Lounge provides an intimate experience for discerning gamers while surrounded by stunning artwork.
Additionally, the resort recently unveiled an all-new luxurious VIP check-in lounge where guests are welcomed into an opulent retreat with dark brown woods, vanilla onyx and tufted leather seating while surrounded by a collection of fine art.
Later this month Palms will introduce Scotch 80 Prime, Las Vegas’ newest premier steakhouse.
Led by Executive chef Barry Dakake, Scotch 80 Prime will combine classic Las Vegas charm with an unparalleled dining experience featuring a contemporary and seasonally-inspired menu devoted to thoughtful presentations of carefully sourced USDA prime beef, certified Japanese Kobe beef, chicken, chops and seafood.
Alongside such offerings, guests can sip expertly sourced spirits from the restaurant’s world-class scotch collection.