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  • Steven Mueller 6 days ago

    Palms buffet is the best bang for your buck in Vegas. High quality ingredients and always fresh.. doesn't matter what time you go. They don't cut corners on quality.. I recommend over the total reward hotel buffets (i.e. Paris & Planet Hollywood).. much cheaper and higher quality offerings. Only reason it is less known is because it is sort of off the strip. I encourage you to check it out!

  • Patrick Soon 30 days ago

    Huge updated room. Great views of strip. Inexpensive (we got the room for $45 not including resort fee, $76 all in). Room came with free breakfast buffet and full resort amenities. Not super clean though (some dust on ledges gave way to allergies). Hotel casino is a bit old looking and relatively small. That said, customer service was great (all staff was very friendly and efficient). Also, the shuttle to the strip was top-rate (leather seating in an air-conditioned Mercedes van dropoff every 30 minutes at Caesar's palace, pickup too).

  • Amy Kavulish 34 days ago

    I was so surprised when we entered the palms since it looks a little dumpy from the outside. It's beautiful inside! And the rooms are shockingly nicer than anticipated. Although the palms is not directly on the strip, it is close enough. They have a taco shop in their food court which is worth the trip to the palms all on its own. Very nice very large pool. Skip the ghost bar, it's pretty lame by Vegas standards.

  • Melanie Foster 46 days ago

    Went to the 24 hour buffet. It was late so the food selections were limited. However, they do have a made to order menu. The selections were tasty. However when something ran out, they had to make it from scratch so it was a while before the selection was available again. The service was good. Would recommend.

  • Scott Lv 71 days ago

    The Palms has always been a very nice hotel. Even under it's new owners, Station Casinos, it seems to shine a bit brighter than most of the strip hotels. We visited for Easter brunch at Cafe 6 which was fantastic. The food although partially served buffet style was fresh and the service was amazing. The included drinks were well-prepared and went well with the meal. The wait staff was courteous and efficient including the restaurant manager who came over to discuss the history of the restaurant and the changeover from The Palms group to ownership under stations. I would recommend anyone try this restaurant well in town and locals can have an excellent meal without dealing with strip traffic

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