Palms Las Vegas set for new identity with $50M renovation

The Palms Casino Resort is set to undergo a transformative $50-million renovation that will, according to the hotel's president, change it "in a major way." Beginning in July, all 428 rooms and suites in the original Palms Tower will be remodeled to reflect a "sensual and edgy" design, said Palms President Joseph Magliarditi. The rooms should be finished by September. Magliarditi said the Palms planned to reconfigure the casino to add 250 new slot machines, remodel the property’s Center Bar and add "new, distinctive nightlife experiences." The announcement came days after the Playboy Club closed at the Palms.

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