Palace StationVarious Gaming Options & Stylish Amenities

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Palace Station is a hotel and casino that is located in Nevada, Las Vegas. It is owned and operated by a company with the same name and is located near Las Vegas’ Chinatown. The casino was opened in 1976 under the name ‘The Casino’, changing its name to Bingo Palace before eventually settling on the name Palace Station in 1984.

This venue is one of the landbased casinos in Vegas that offer complimentary shuttles to their guests from the hotel to the airport from 6 am until midnight.

Palace Station
  • Address:2411 West Sahara Avenue
  • Opening Hours:24h
  • Minimum Age:21
  • Website:
  • Phone Number: +1 702-367-2411
  • Email: [email protected]
  • Amenities:
    • Bar
    • Swimming pool
  • Rating:

Casino Floor and Gambling Variety at Palace Station

The casino’s gaming floor covers just over 84,000 sq ft, and it is home to over 1,624 gaming machines and more than fifty table and poker games. The casino floor is always open, and the majority of gaming machines are either slots or video poker games; however, the casino does also offer bingo and keno. Additionally, it has a number of table games, including the likes of baccarat, blackjack, craps, roulette, Pai Gow Poker and Texas Hold’em.

Bonuses and Promotional Offers at Palace Station

There are always promotions and special offers to be found at Palace Station Hotel and Casino. To begin with, there is an excellent loyalty scheme operated by Station Casinos. Visitors will earn points for spending money on gaming, accommodation, dining, and so on, and these can then be redeemed at restaurants, movie theaters, bowling centers, hotels, and so on. There are also several promotions run by the such as Gift Days and Multiplier Days.

Other Amenities and Entertainment at the Casino

In addition to the casino, Palace Station is home to a hotel with over 980 rooms, and the resort houses eight restaurants and four bars. Some of the more notable fine dining options include The Brass Fork, the Boathouse, The Charcoal Room, The Oyster Bar and Tacos & Tequila. Visitors can also enjoy a pool, a fitness center, a business center, and more.

Palace Station
Palace Station

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