There’s a “new” kid on the block in Las Vegas, though that kid is very familiar. Palace Station, the first locals casino in Vegas, has undergone a huge renovation. The new Palace Station combines its classic beginnings in 1976 with a completely modernized entertainment destination experience.
Station Casinos invested $192 million dollars in the project. It kicked off in fall 2016 and was completed in Fall 2018. The longtime locals’ favorite comes with a new look as well as exciting entertainment experiences and offerings. Here’s what’s new at Palace Station.
Here’s What’s New at Palace Station
1. More Space For Fun, More Free Parking
A 220,000 square foot addition joins the existing Palace Station. Also, a brand-new low-rise exterior façade and porte-cochere with valet area greet guests as they pull up in their car.
Likewise, for added convenience for our guests, an additional 300 parking spaces have been added, so it’s easy to travel off the strip and park for free.
2. Gaming, Perfected: The New Palace Station Casino
A COMPLETE renovation of the existing casino floor, as well as additional gaming in the expanded space, is something you need to see to believe. It includes:
- More than 1,800 slot/video poker machines
- This includes a high-limit slots/video poker room, and slots such as Buffalo Grand, Lightning Link and Game of Thrones
- 43 table games, including Blackjack, Three Card Poker Progressive, Ultimate Texas Hold ‘em Progressive, Craps and Roulette
- Asian Table Games Pit includes Dynasty Baccarat, Pai Gow Tiles, no commission EZ Baccarat with Dragon 7 and Panda 8 side bets, Bad Beat Baccarat, Progressive Pai Gow Poker and Fortune Asia Poker
- A 24-hour, non-smoking poker room
- A 356-seat bingo hall open seven days a week with sessions running every other hour from 9 a.m. to 11 p.m.
- A 200-seat Race & Sports Book with VIP lounge that features 70- and 80-inch LED televisions and electronic odds boards
- A 12-seat dedicated keno lounge
Trust us: if you haven’t been to the casino floor, you’ll barely recognize it from the Palace Station of year’s past.
3. Roll Call, Foodies! New Food and Beverage Options at Palace Station
An entire lineup of all-new restaurants have joined the existing lineup that includes the highly acclaimed Oyster Bar, Charcoal Room steakhouse, Grand Café and Little Tony’s. New restaurants include:
The popular Northern California outlet offers an eclectic mix of Japanese and East Asian cuisine and serves up fresh seafood, sushi rolls, noodles and traditional Chinese fare.
The iconic buffet that was first introduced at Palace Station 30 years ago debuts next generation with an all-new look and eclectic menu, taking inspiration from the successful new AYCE Buffet at Palms.
The buffet features six unique stations including The Hearth, Wok This Way, Blazing Grill, Health Favorite, The Carvery and Just Desserts.
From the creators of Boathouse Asian Eatery comes a casual, quick serve teppanyaki-inspired menu! In that vein, think banh mi sandwiches, noodle soups and boba teas. Yum!
The west coast favorite has arrived in Las Vegas! This traditional & authentic Mexican eatery holds a special place in Californian’s hearts. Grab some quick street tacos right off the casino floor.
4. New Cinebarre Movieplex at Palace Station
Regal Entertainment Group offers Cinebarre, a boutique nine-screen luxury movieplex featuring all-luxury recliner seating!
Most importantly, refreshments are stocked as the Cinebarre restaurant concept serves food, beer and wine before and during movies delivered right to your seat. Pro tip: they also offer some of the most competitive prices in town for movie tickets.
5. Stay a While: New Palace Hotel Pool
Now open! The new resort-style pool area features a raised bar, dining area, event lawn, private cabanas and daybeds. Trust us, the bar area is a hidden gem for locals.
6. New Palace Station Rooms and Suites
Palace Station has 575 all-new hotel rooms and suites throughout 21 floors right off the Vegas Strip.
Each hotel room features views of the Las Vegas Strip, Downtown Las Vegas or the surrounding mountains. The Luxury Tower also features petite and king suites, for guests’ convenience and choice.
And we can’t forget about the Grand Suites! Located in the Luxury Tower, each room is 1,100 square feet with a living room that has a bar and dining area, master bath with separate Jacuzzi tub and shower, plus much more.