Palms Place Rocks Las Vegas

On Wednesday, March 2nd, 2011

Need to treat yourself with a little vacay? We all know how much Minxes like to indulge, so where better to pay a visit to than Sin City!

We’ve got the inside scoop on Palms Place in Las Vegas, a 599-room tower that specializes in suites (lucky us!) and is offering some truly Minx-worthy deals. A Palms Place weekday room package starts at $139 and gives you entry to the Playboy Club, 2 Playboy Comedy tickets, $25 matchplay to the Playboy Club, and VIP check in. But if you prefer a weekend holiday, the price per night will only increase to $159 and includes all of the same amenities. .

But if the prices aren’t enough to lure you in, we’ve got a few more reasons to stay at Palms Place. Hardwood and marble floors will greet you, along with rooms that boast 9-foot ceilings, plasma TV’s (not that you’ll be staying in for too long), whirlpool bathtubs (which go great with a bottle of wine), Italian bedding, and 24-hour room service. In addition to the Playboy club, they also have an exquisite lobby bar, Rojo, and ‘Rock and Roll’ Chef Kerry Simon’s new signature restaurant, Simon at Palms Place (his LA hot spots include LA Market in DTLA and Simon LA at The Sofitel).

The restaurant is perfect for a Vegas trip because if you go with a big group, and we know you will, it’s often hard to find a place that everyone will enjoy. But Simon at Palms Place takes care of that by offering a little bit of everything, serving up breakfast, lunch, and dinner in addition to a sushi bar and an expansive dessert menu. A dinner before a big night out might include their Sushi Pizza (tuna, crab, avocado, wasabi and rice), the Filet Mignon with wild mushrooms, or the Miane Lobster and Garganelli. And while Vegas buffets can be totally hit or miss, the all-you-can-eat Sunday brunch offers sushi, crepes, fresh fruit smoothies, scones, lobster Benedict, and (if you can handle it) cotton candy. For a full menu with all of their delicious treats, check here.

And did we mention that this oasis in the desert also happens to be casino/gaming free? We think this is a pretty great option, considering we’d rather spend our dollars on a fabulous night out then spinning at the roulette table. But, if you are itching to throw down some bills, the Skytube connects you to all the action at Palms Casino Resort in 90 seconds or less (pretty amazing). To learn more about the Palms Place or to book a suite go their website, we hope to see you Minxes there!