Palms Casino Resort Las Vegas officially reopened on April 27th at 9pm, after the first dice were rolled. The opening celebration began with a traditional Tribal ceremony led by the San Manuel Gaming and Hospitality Authority (SMGHA) Board and Palms General Manager Cynthia Kiser Murphey. The SMGHA board presented charitable contributions to three local non-profit organizations including Mondays Dark, Las Vegas Indian Center, and Opportunity Village.
The ceremony then followed by “A Taste of Palms” dine around experience, a ribbon cutting at the Palms Sportsbook and Lounge by William Hill, a poolside reception featuring local DJs and entertainers including Moonshiners, David Perrico & Pop Strings Orchestra and a surprise “Splash Mob”, and fireworks.
“Our team has worked incredibly hard to get to this day, and it’s a great accomplishment to introduce Palms once again to Las Vegas,” notes General Manager, Cynthia Kiser Murphey.
The property have gone through a $600 million renovation in 2019. After 2 years of closure during the pandemic and changes of ownership, the property returned with a variety of bars and restaurants including Scotch 80 Prime, A.Y.C.E Buffet, Mabel's BBQ by Chef Michael Symon, Send Noodles, Serrano Vista Cafe, and Tim Ho Wan.
Also returning is the upgraded and enhanced 14-screen Brenden Theatres and a multi-level sprawling 73,000-square-foot space with two main pools and 39 cabanas, most with their own private pool.
“We could not be happier than we are today,” notes San Manuel Gaming and Hospitality Authority Chairperson Latisha Casas. “So many people came together to make today possible. We are grateful for the expertise of our shared services teams and the hard work by Palms team members to make this day a reality. And the Las Vegas community and our brothers and sisters from the local Southern Paiute tribes have been so generous and warm with their hospitality. This is a day our Tribe will never forget.”
The property is now taking reservations for stays at www.palms.com.