Good news for visitors to Las Vegas. The city, and the many attractions in it, is constantly changing with the times. It stays abreast of all new and modern technology, fun, excitement, entertainment, and comfort. The project that is now underway is the renovation of the Las Vegas Palms. This multi million dollar venture will change, and improve the hotel from the bottom floor to the top.
Home of the Palms Pool and Day Club, and the Ghost Bar, the Palms will be transformed into a brand new property. The announcement of the renovation was made recently by an executive of the Red Rock Resorts, Inc., the Las Vegas Palms investment group.
The project will be done in two phases with a completion date of late 2018, or early 2019. The first phase is the renovation of the casino floor. They will be expanding the table games, upgrading the slot machines, and adding a high roller room with slots. A new Buffet will open in December, and they will have a new steakhouse, and a noodle bar. Also in the first phase, the hotel will have a rooftop social club, and a new front desk registration area. This will definitely be the place to be, to be seen.
In the second phase of the renovations, all of the rooms in the Fantasy Tower will be renovated, and redesigned. This will include sixty new room in the tower that were previously unfinished. They are planning the development of a new night club, and pool club. They will be bringing a Vandals restaurant from New York, and a Bobby Flay restaurant that will feature raw fish, and other seafood. From celebrity chef Michael Symon, one of his barbecue restaurants will be added, along with a new Italian fare. The convention, and meeting space will be all new with a wonderful view of the Strip. Not to leave out the Pearl Theater which will also receive a new look. Five hundred, twenty five new covered parking spaces will also be added.
The developers of the new Las Vegas Palms have the intention of restoring it back to the time when it made great memories for everyone that visited the property. The renovations and redevelopment is slated to cost around $482 million dollars, and for the good times to be had there, it is well worth the price. Stay at the new Las Vegas Palms the next time you visit Las Vegas.