Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas Finally Reopens Doors

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The Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas is open for business once more following a two-year closure. [Image: Shutterstock.com]

Back to business

The Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas is back in business after a two-year hiatus. It officially reopened at 9pm on Wednesday for the first time since its pandemic-enforced closure in March 2020. The opening comes just in time for the beginning of the three-day NFL Draft that is taking place in the city, with big crowds expected to visit for the event.

New ownership has taken over the Palms through the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians. The San Manuel Gaming and Hospitality Authority has now officially taken charge of the property’s operations. It has hired about 1,400 people, with around half of them previously working at the property before the closure.

reopening celebration started with a traditional tribal ceremony

To mark the occasion, the reopening celebration started with a traditional tribal ceremony. There were also fireworks and a drinks reception, with the first bets placed at 9pm. Celebrations also included a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the new Palms Sportsbook and Lounge, which William Hill operates.

Thankful for all of the support

According to an official press release, a variety of bars and restaurants have returned to business in the Palms as a result of the reopening. There is also an expansive spa and pool area, as well as 766 hotel rooms. The 95,000-square-foot casino has gone through a redesign.

The Palms is located slightly west of the middle of the Las Vegas Strip. It first opened in 2001 and has changed ownership a number of times over the years.

Commenting on the reopening, Palms general manager Cynthia Kiser Murphey said: “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.” She also noted the incredible outpouring of support and excitement at the reopening of the “truly special property.”

San Manuel Gaming and Hospitality Authority chairperson Latisha Casas also welcomed the reopening of the property, describing it as “a day our Tribe will never forget.” In particular, she thanked the Palms team members, the local Las Vegas community, and tribal members for all of their support.

A historic day

The reopening of the Palms Casino Resort is a historic moment, as it is the first time that a Native American tribe has both owned and operated a Las Vegas casino resort. The San Manuel Band of Mission Indians bought the property from Red Rock Resorts last year for $650m.

The Palms Casino Resort has gone through numerous major renovations over the years, including the completion of more than $600m of work in April 2019.

The San Manuel Band of Mission Indians has a reservation in San Bernardino County, California. It also owns and operates the Yaamava’ Resort & Casino in Highland, California.