As part of the current $690M property-wide renovation of Palms Casino Resort, the hotel is revealing the complete redesign of two of its most iconic suites, the Hardwood and the Kingpin. With a luxe redesign by Rockwell Group and featuring a basketball court, bowling lanes and more out-of-the-box amenities, these suites join Palms’ collection of experiential and over-the-top accommodations.
Hardwood Suite (from $20,000/night)
Palms’ Hardwood Suite, the first and only hotel room to feature its own private, regulation sized half basketball court, was recently remodeled by Rockwell Group and in collaboration with street artists Joshua Vides, Patrick Martinez, Cryptik and MADSTEEZ. The 10,000 square foot, 2-bedroom, 4.5 bath accommodation boasts a sophisticated, luxurious urban feel with industrial materials, rich upholstery, dark woods and a glow provided by neon signs and glass light fixtures throughout. The two-story suite features a black and white basketball court painted by Joshua Vides, a hidden whiskey room, a game room equipped with a pool and poker table, multiple large-screen televisions, a fully-equipped, 16-seat bar and a dining table for 10 guests. For the late-night ballers or your friends that need a place to crash, sleep on the court. The wall of this basketball court inconspicuously transforms into a bedroom with three murphy beds. With ample sleeping space and communal locker room style bathrooms, the Hardwood Suite is the ideal spot to host a party, kickback with a group of friends or have some competitive fun on the court.
Kingpin Suite (from $15,000/night)
The expansive, 4,500 square foot revamped Kingpin Suite has luxury to spare. Two full-size bowling lanes complete with shoes, bowling balls and an automatic scoring system takes center stage in the suite with a major Strip view. The bowling lanes are surrounded by 2 bedrooms one featuring two sets of double queen bunk beds for the ultimate sleepover experience, 2.5-bathrooms and multiple lounge spaces with ample room to entertain. The suite features a fully-functional bar, pool table and several large screen televisions all put together with a strong ‘70s influence translated in a modern and eclectic way.
The new Hardwood and Kingpin Suites join recently renovated themed suites, Fantasy Tower guest rooms and six famous Sky Villas, all of which have been transformed into Las Vegas’ most sought after accommodations. The sophisticated suite remodels, guest rooms and Sky Villas are all available for guest booking at www.palms.com for stay dates now.
The Palms Casino Resort has been heralded as one of Las Vegas’ “must see” gaming and entertainment destinations since its opening in 2001. Following its acquisition by Station Casinos in 2016, the iconic property is now undergoing a $690 million renovation that will touch virtually every aspect of the property and yet again transform Palms into Las Vegas’ most elevated destination by creating a mix of classic Vegas hospitality and extraordinary new art, culinary, music & entertainment experiences with world-class partnerships. These partnerships include industry-leading nightlife and entertainment companies such as Clique Hospitality and Live Nation, as well as celebrity chefs Bobby Flay, Michael Symon and Marc Vetri. The redevelopment plan is expected to be complete in 2019. The Palms is located just west of the center of the Las Vegas Strip off I-15 on Flamingo Road.