After A Two-Year Closure, Palms Las Vegas Announces Re-Opening Date

After A Two-Year Closure, Palms Las Vegas Announces Re-Opening Date

The Palms Las Vegas is about to open to the public after more than two years and an ownership change. The new ownership looks to make an event of the re-opening later this month.

Palms Las Vegas closed in March 2020. The new owners announced on Tuesday that the casino will re-open on Wednesday, April 27. Palms is the first Las Las Vegas casino wholly operated and owned by a tribal gaming entity.

Latisha Casas is the chairwoman of the San Manuel Gaming and Hospitality Authority.

Palms Las Vegas will re-open on April 27th. The renovation resulted in more accommodations for gamblers. There are 39 unique cabanas, restaurants and a multi-level office space.

After a two-year closure, Palms Las Vegas Announces Re-Opening Date.

Palms Las Vegas is re-opening after a two-year closure. The games available at the tables include Baccarat, Blackjack, Craps, Pai Gow Poker, Roulette and Ultimate Texas Hold’em.

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