Palace Station Las Vegas

Palace Station Las Vegas enjoys an excellent off Strip location combined with attractive rates and equally attractive comfortable rooms. It's only a 15-minute drive, via complimentary shuttle transportation, from the Las Vegas Strip. It should be on your or anyone's Las Vegas hotels list as one that is more reasonably priced, but still offers comfortable and deluxe rooms and great entertainment and dining. Palace Station Hotel and Casino is a very good hotel off the Las Vegas Strip for those looking for a really good deal on really good accommodations. The Palace Station Hotel & Casino offers a number of hotel room options. Recently renovated, the 430 casual non-smoking Courtyard rooms are closest to the swimming pool area. There are more than 500 deluxe and beautifully appointed Tower rooms, reached via a glass elevator that whisks you up from the casino floor. These boast views either of the Las Vegas Strip, downtown Las Vegas or the surrounding mountains. High atop the tower, on the twenty-first floor, are deluxe suites. All Palace Station Las Vegas rooms are equipped with cable television, Internet access, phones, in-room safes, hairdryers and iron and ironing boards.

Eight Las Vegas restaurants at Palace Station Hotel and Casino feature a number of options and varied cuisine. There's a good steak and seafood house, classic buffet dining and a casual oyster bar. Additionally, Palace Station Casino has an upscale restaurant serving Asian favorites and exotic dishes, and you can enjoy a taste of Mexico at another.

The Palace Station Casino gaming options are many, including more than 1,600 types of slot machines and video games. There are nearly 60 table games, including the most baccarat and pai gow tile games of all casinos off the Las Vegas Strip. There is also blackjack, Let It Ride, craps, mini baccarat and roulette. The spacious bingo hall is open seven days a week and there is an intimate keno lounge. The poker room offers plasma televisions, and the opportunity to order snack service. Non-smokers have their own personal poker room that's open 24 hours a day. You'll find a 230-seat race and sports book, featuring horse racing, NASCAR, football, basketball and other major sports events. Here, you can watch all the action on more than 40 large screen televisions.

You can't go wrong with entertainment at the Palace Station Hotel and Casino since there's a little something for many tastes. The intimate Sound Trax Lounge is one of the city's many night clubs, and hosts both magic and music shows. Jack's Irish Pub serves drinks and favorite appetizers and hosts daily Happy Hour and live bands on weekend nights.

Don't forget about the Palace Station Casino Boarding Pass discount card that can be used at most of the Station properties, from Wild Wild West and Santa Fe Station to Red Rock and Aliante Casino set farther outside the city itself. Points from those properties can be redeemed at Palace Station Las Vegas for free slots play and discounts on restaurants here.

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