The Palms Casino Resort will celebrate it's 10th anniversary next year, but it's still the freshest, hippest resort destination in Las Vegas.
But what happens in Vegas doesn't always stay in Vegas at The Palms! The hotel is home to several reality TV shows, including Real World Las Vegas, Celebrity Poker Showdown, Party At The Palms and Inked.
The Ghostbar still attracts crowds round the corner waiting eagerly to enjoy the breathtaking 360 degree views of the city and enjoy some of the best, eclectic music in town - and it's not surprising when you consider they are home to some of the world's best DJs on a regular basis.
Nove is fast becoming one of the celebrity must go dining destinations in Vegas, with a clientele that even includes the Jersey Shore kids! It's no wonder when you experience the classic Italian fare with contemporary accents, including an extensive selection of seafood, freshly-made pastas, tableside Caesar salad and mouth watering juicy steaks.
And Nove is certainly the place to be on Sundays. The restaurant launched High Society, a day club, on April 11th, and with the promise of "hedonistic fashion, intoxicating rhythms, spirits and culinary arts" it's sure to become the Sunday afternoon brunch hot spot for the jet set and the fabulous.
And talking of fabulous, The Palms expanded in 2008 opening the gorgeous Palms Place next door. It's an opulent, multimillion-dollar, 47-story hotel and spa boasting self contained studios, one and two bedroom suites and spectacular penthouses.
If you stay at Palms Place you may well get the chance to rub shoulders with one of their many celebrity fans, including, the Kardashians, Jessica Simpson, Julianne Hough, Michael Phelps, Jenny McCarthy, Tyra Banks and Jamie Pressley amongst others.