Station Casinos wants to bring Palms back to the limelight


The iconic Palms Casino marquee sign off Flamingo went under deconstruction Tuesday morning.

The sign went up in 2001 with the grand opening of this property. Nearly 20 years later, Station Casinos now owns the Palms and will be replacing the sign with an all-digital version.

This is a part of a $485 million property-wide renovation. Stations Casinos announced their accusation of the Palms property in 2016. The hotel and casino have been under the property-wide renovation since last year.

According to Palms representatives, this move is an effort to transform the Palms back into a "must see” destination.

News 3 caught up with General Manager Jon Gray who started his journey with the Palms back in 2005 at the front desk. He says when they are done with the renovations you won’t even recognize the place.

"We know that we have an incredible opportunity with our boutique style property to bring that energy and fun back that I think is needed in Las Vegas with what The Palms was known for but taking it to a much more elevated level," said Gray.

This renovation project is expected to be completed in May and will feature a new rooftop nightclub, a new center bar, a renovated Pearl Theater, and new high limit gaming options.

In addition to these changes the, The A.Y.C.E Buffet, Lucky Penny Cafe, and new casino floor are already up and running.

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