Palms Enters A New Age: Iconic Sign Removed As Casino Moves Forward With Massive Renovations

The Palms is home to years of memories that will last a lifetime. Since opening in 2001, Palms has been heralded as one of Las Vegas’ “must see” gaming and entertainment destinations. And we’ll be the first to tell you, the future looks bright for this iconic property.


Palms is entering a new age and its transformation will bring a whole new vibe to Vegas. As part of the $485 million renovation, the Palms iconic marquee sign is being taken down and will be replaced later this year with a whole new look. The marquee will be fully digital and bring a fresh, new look to the resort.

Historic Marquee Memories

The marquee has showcased many famous names and events over the years. Some of these include Hugh Hefner, Playboy, the VMAs, NHL Awards, Real World, and countless others.

Celebrity Paris Hilton has long been a big part of the Palms’ pop-culture history. Fun fact: Hilton opened the Palms in a $1 million dress made of casino chips. Due to their special relationship together, the casino is gifting her a part of the marquee sign to celebrate her recent engagement.


What’s next for Palms Casino?

The Palms renovation will touch virtually every aspect of the property and is expected to transform the Palms into a “must see” destination by creating a mix of classic Vegas hospitality and extraordinary new experiences through world-class partnerships.

One focus for Palms is a world-class Vegas dining experience. A new culinary wave is taking over Palms, which will include restaurant concepts from celebrity chefs Bobby Flay, Michael Symon and Marc Vetri.

The renovation also includes a 73,000-square-foot-pool club and nightclub developed with Tao Group. Other new entertainment concepts from Clique Hospitality include APEX Social Club, located in the space formerly known as Ghostbar, and Camden Cocktail Lounge.

The future of Palms looks bright and we can’t wait to share this new era with you.

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