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Hours: Mon-Sun, 9 a.m.-6 p.m.
Cover Charge: no cover for local ladies seven days a week/Sun-Thurs, complimentary admission for all guests (17 and below must be with an adult)/Ditch Fri & Sat, admission is free before noon for hotel guests/$10 non-local ladies/$20 for men
Dress Code: Chic pool attire
The Palms' three-acre pool area features a special-event stage, three pools, cabanas, poolside massage therapists -- and Las Vegas' first solar powered DJ booth!
In addition to the now de rigueur cabanas, the area also features three 1,000-square-foot poolside bungalows with sleeping quarters, available for $3,000/night. Amenities include private lanai with Jacuzzi tubs, a private balcony, fireplace, multiple plasma screens, and a full wet bar.
Poolside blackjack's available at the Center Bar.
*NOTE: This pool is open to the public but you must be 21 or older. Cover charge is subject to change by event.
Overall Rating: Comments (3 comments):
|Free for Locals - scasey241 (08/12/2011)|
|Went to the palms pool last weekend. Was told local men cannot get in until noon and their would be a 25 dollar charge. Spoke with a manager and he said it was always this way. I have been going to the palms pool all summer and it has always been free for all locals men and woman and the pool opened at 10am on Saturday and Sunday. Even the commercials on local tv stated this. Someone is trying to change the rules.|
|Cool by the Pool - johndive (07/20/2008)|
|Although we were staying at the Gold Coast across the street, the Palms has the best video poker, so we spent time there. From the casino, there is an exit sign over the pool area even though there is no way out and one ends up being forced to walk back into the casino. The women weren't topless, but they were young, attractive, and in abbreviated swim wear. The trip that didn't get me closer to the Gold Coast was worth it because of all the attractive young ladies I saw on the way.|
|I Ditched! - LVAJessica (05/09/2008)|
|I hit the Palms' Ditch Friday's today, half for fun and half in the capacity of the lead member of the LVA Cool Pool Patrol. We'll be checking out pools all summer long and posting comments and pictures (as can all of you!) First impression: Palms cool, all the way. Got there at 2 p.m. and only around 30 people in line, mainly guys (compare with the pic. of the line at Rehab we just added - yikes!) It moved fast and because I'm female, I got in free. I think having local ID meant I didn't have to wait in line (neither do hotel guests) and they waved me in without looking at it (good -- I'd left it at home!) Also got mistakenly lumped in with some guys there for the Miller Lite party, so I got a VIP wristband, which meant access to the upper deck -- free beer and good photo ops. The scene? Laid-back and unpretentious. Good sounds from the DJ and a mellow party vibe -- no craziness, just people chilling and hanging out enjoying sun, cocktails, massages, and not being at work. It was busy, but not insane. Maybe rowdier later in the day when more cocktails have been downed, but didn't get that impression. And it's self-contained and doesn't spill into the casino. (Compare with reports we've heard of drunken bikini-clad females sprawling on the pit floor at the Hard Rock...) Age demographic: Not a ridiculously beautiful crowd, but unless you're George Clooney (or Maloof), I'd say anyone much over 40 (and that's pushing it) would feel out of place. Ratio of men to women about 50/50. Plenty of hot chicks and guys, but they were real people, not "atmosphere models." Drinks? $7 for a domestic beer, $8 for imports. Get a bucket of 6 Millers (Lite/MGD/High Life) for $35. Specialty cocktails $12 16oz/$16 24oz. in souvenir bikini glass (see pics). Bottle service: $375 Stoli/Grey Goose etc.; $500 absinthe; $900 Cristal. 'Nuff writing. Gonna post my pics now.|