Recipient of 128 "Best of Las Vegas" awards. "Beyond the Best" service. Newly renovated hotel tower rooms and banquet space. 2 swimming pools and jacuzzis. Fitness center. 8 Restaurants plus Starbucks and Jack's Pub. Live entertainment with comedian Louie Anderson performing 4-5 nights a week. Banquet / Meeting space for up to 1,200 people. Luxury rooms and suites as well as value priced Courtyard rooms. Free Valet and self parking, free scheduled airport shuttle, free scheduled shuttle to "The Strip". Complimentary Internet in all guest rooms. 84,000 sq ft Casino with all the latest games including Poker Room, Bingo Room and Sports Book. Casual and fine dining options such as The Brolier (steaks and seafood), Pasta Cocina, Cab Mexican Restaurant, The Oyster Bar, and more. On suite concierge service.
Golf, Gaming, Boating, Hiking
Freeway access, close to Las Vegas Blvd ("the Strip"). World Market Center
Hotel is not directly in downtown, it's besides the main boulevard. We stayed 1 night in courtyard part, rooms in tower according reception guy should be better (but for higher...
Hotel is not directly in downtown, it's besides the main boulevard. We stayed 1 night in courtyard part, rooms in tower according reception guy should be better (but for higher price). Courtyard is next to the tower, it consist of 2 floors with many old rooms, free parking. Rooms were quite old, with at least 20 years old furniture, a shower, for 1 night it was just fine- It was like a room in an average motel. For longer stay I would pay more and take room in tower. We asked to change first room because of urine smell, second room was fine, with no smell. What I liked: Nice pool just in front of our window and whirpool. Plus large fitness with weight equipment. That's all I need, I was just happy then. :-) For the price 21$ plus 16,5$ resort fee (which includes free wifi, using of pool,...), price/service was just perfect. Then we could spend some money in casino too. Maybe there are better hotels in Las Vegas, but I liked it there. :-) But take the tower room. « less
“Last minute tax”
May 11, 2013
jimmontana123456, ZeroMontana | Trip type: Solo travel
$15 amenity charge for every night they don't tell you this till you check in. I'll say it again $15 amenity charge they don't tell you till you check in....
$15 amenity charge for every night they don't tell you this till you check in. I'll say it again $15 amenity charge they don't tell you till you check in. I'm typing some more because they won't let me submit it till I get 200 characters. I don't like dishonest hotels. « less
“Palace Station showing it's age”
May 8, 2013
howcosc, Grand Junction, Colorado | Trip type: Friends getaway
Hotel is showing it's age. A bit smoky in the Casino. People are nice other than the concierge
He was an idiot. Would not tell us where the shopping was...
Hotel is showing it's age. A bit smoky in the Casino. People are nice other than the concierge He was an idiot. Would not tell us where the shopping was unless he had a cross street. We are visitors we do not know the cross street. He should have a book of all shopping, attractions and any other trivia places we wanted to go. Tried to make us feel that we we idiots. Go away. We went to a few down town resorts and the were nice. Parking is not the issue anymore. « less
“The Best Kept Vegas Secret for Business Travelers”
May 7, 2013
Hugh T, Los Angeles, California | Trip type: Business
If you're visiting Vegas on business, the Palace Station is probably the best kept secret in town. I stayed there about 12 times over the last year. I definitely recommend...
If you're visiting Vegas on business, the Palace Station is probably the best kept secret in town. I stayed there about 12 times over the last year. I definitely recommend the luxury tower, though. The hotel is incredibly convenient to the Strip and Downtown and there's never any traffic or big hassle in getting in or out. The deals are amazing. It's a comfortable, folksy place. No Vegas attitude. « less
“Room 2816 has plumbing problems”
May 6, 2013
kkua, New York City, New York | Trip type: Family
Thank goodness the visit was over a hot weekend in late April. There wasn't hot water in the showers but it was flowing in the sink. The entire bathroom could...
Thank goodness the visit was over a hot weekend in late April. There wasn't hot water in the showers but it was flowing in the sink. The entire bathroom could use a remodeling - shower head was at forehead level and the shower curtains did not protect water from splashing into the bathroom floor. The climitization unit was out of control and couldn't maintain a constant temperature as indicated in the thermostat. The TV unit does not communicate with the remote control unit (even after I tried using my spare batteries). There were no elevators for the second floors... so try not to bring lots of luggage upstairs. On the plus side, parking was not an issue. « less
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1 king bed or 2 queen beds. 360 square feet. Shower or shower/tub combination. Desk. High-speed Internet access (surcharge). Voice mail. Cable/satellite TV with pay movies. Refrigerator (on request). Iron/ironing board.
1 king bed or 2 double beds. 290 square feet. Desk. High-speed Internet access (surcharge). Voice mail. Cable/satellite TV with pay movies. Refrigerator (on request). Shower only. Iron/ironing board. Nonsmoking.
1 king bed. Desk. High-speed Internet access (surcharge). Satellite television service. Pay movies. Voice mail. Clock radio. Hair dryer. Complimentary toiletries. Blackout drapes/curtains. Refrigerator (on request). Air conditioning. Climate control.
Amenities - Palace Station Hotel & Casino
Baggage storage facilities
Breakfast in room
Credit card accepted: Mastercard/Visa
Credit card accepted: American Express
Credit card accepted: Discover
Credit card accepted: Diners Club
Credit card accepted: JCB
Electronic key card
Facilities for the disabled
Fitness and health center
Free local calls
Internet - wireless
Internet - ethernet
Internet is Complimentary
Movies in room
24 hours opened
Office or business center
Private bathroom in room
Private car parking
Private garden grounds
Radio in room
24 hours room service
Safe in rooms
Self controlled heating/cooling system
Shows or evening entertainment
Swimming pool - outdoor
Tea and coffee making facilities
Telephone in all rooms
Telephone - Free local calls
TV - Free Cable
TV - Free HBO
TV - Free Showtime
Travellers cheques accepted
Sorry, pets are not allowed.
Airport & Shuttle Information - Palace Station Hotel & Casino
5 miles from McCarran International airport. Complimentary scheduled shuttle service.
Airport Shuttle? Yes! There is an airport shuttle.
Local Shuttle Info: Complimentary scheduled shuttle service from and to the airport and The Strip (Fashion Show Mall)
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Previously Known As: Palace Station, Palace Station Hotel Casino