Originally opening on July 1976, in a 5,000-sq.-ft. building, Palace Station has evolved through a number of expansions into a resort hotel. Palace Station has become a model for all the other "neighborhood" casinos in Las Vegas. Its formula for success mixes popular gaming and dining choices with quality, value, convenience, and friendly service. Nearly every other locals-oriented casino in town is still trying to duplicate it.
This hotel is just a few minutes from the north end of the Las Vegas Strip and three miles from downtown Vegas and the Fremont Street Experience. The rooms and suites at this property are housed in a 21-story tower with two-story wings surrounding a courtyard. All rooms feature cable TV with on-demand movies, high-speed internet and bathrooms with rainfall showers. Tower rooms offer coffeemakers, Wi-Fi, large-screen flat panel TVs and views of the Strip or downtown.
The casino offers hundreds of slot and video poker machines, dozens of table games and a 24-hour smoke-free poker room. It also houses a bingo hall, keno lounge and race and sports book. Dining options include Mexican, Chinese and Italian restaurants, a steakhouse, an oyster bar and an all-you-can-eat buffet. The Grand Café offering over 120 menu items is open 24/7. A popular comedy club, several bars and lounges and a Starbucks are also on-site.
The Palace Station offers over 20,000 square-feet of meeting and banquet space and caters to small and medium-sized functions. A self-serve business center is on-site, and convenient s huttle service is available to transport guests to and from the Strip and the McCarran Airport.