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Palace Station


An off-Strip property, Palace Station serves locals and tourists with great food, comedy acts, affordable rooms and much more.

Originally the “The Casino,” Palace Station paved the way for the rest of the Station Casinos properties. The acclaimed Sunset, Texas, Santa Fe and Boulder Station hotels as well as Green Valley Ranch and Red Rock Casino, Resort & Spa wouldn’t exist if not for the dazzling success of this establishment. And the driving forces behind Palace Station are constantly refining and building on their good fortune for the benefit of their guests.

The accommodations here are spacious and just minutes from the Las Vegas Strip, offering choices that run the gamut from comfort to class. Rooms and suites in the 21-story Luxury Tower boast a sophisticated, modern décor and upgraded amenities, including flat-screen televisions, work areas and top-notch bath products. The courtyard rooms are clean, comfortable and convenient with plenty of amenities. And guests won’t have to trek through the casino upon check-in because all rooms and suites are easily accessible from the lobby and parking garage.

Palace Station’s casino virtually crackles with charged excitement, with more than 1,600 slot machines, 44 table games,a 307-seat bingo room and an Asian games area featuring pai gow tiles. There is also a high-limit slots area, an expansive race and sports book and a nonsmoking poker room. Those who come to Palace Station not to stay, but to play, will enjoy the convenience of a separate casino valet, located with easy access to the casino floor.

The dining at Palace Station is as diverse and rich as Las Vegas itself. The Charcoal Room steakhouse features a menu including top-grade cuts of beef, market select fresh seafood and appetizers like creamed corn au gratin. Little Tony’s, a classic pizzeria by 11-time World Pizza Champion winner Tony Gemignani, serves a variety of pizza styles as well as a selection of pastas, calzones, stromboli, antipasti and salads. The Grand Café is open 24 hours a day to satisfy your cravings, while Cabo Mexican Restaurant offers up Mexican food in a hip, modern atmosphere, featuring lights resembling chili peppers and a round inviting bar. There’s something for everyone at the Feast Buffet as well. Guests can also grab a triple grande latte or other drink of choice at the Starbucks off the lobby.

Entertainment options include live music at Jack’s, a pub and sports bar, or guests can while away an evening with drinks at the Traxx and Trackside casino bars.

Surrounded by palm trees, the pool deck is relaxing and boasts two hot tubs. Plus, there is a fitness center, business center and gift shop.

Although Palace Station is located just off the Strip, complimentary shuttles run daily between the hotel and the Fashion Show mall on the Strip. Guests will also enjoy shuttle service to the airport. A concierge desk is available in the lobby to help with show or other travel arrangements.

Palace Station is willing, ready and able to make everyone feel right at home in Las Vegas.

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