An off-Strip property, the Palace Station has been serving locals and tourists with great food, lounge entertainment and affordable rooms.
Originally the Bingo Palace, the Palace Station paved the way for the rest of the Station Casinos: The acclaimed Sunset, Texas, Santa Fe and Boulder Station hotels wouldn't exist if not for the dazzling success of this establishment. And the driving forces behind Palace Station aren't close to sitting on their laurels, constantly refining and building on their good fortune for the benefit of their guests.
Palace Station's casino virtually crackles with charged excitement, with more than 2,200 slot machines, 55 table games and a 600-seat bingo room and Pit 8, an Asian games area featuring Pai Gow Tiles. The accommodations are spacious and just minutes from the Strip. The Sound Trax comedy club features entertaining comedians. Its award-winning dining is as diverse and rich as Las Vegas itself, with cuisine running the gamut from the fresh steaks and seafood of The Broiler to the Mexican delights of the Guadalajara Bar & Grille. And the Pasta Palace is one of the tastiest deals in town, with delicious Italian specialties, all-you-can-eat pastas and bottomless salads at modest prices.
This Palace is willing, ready and able to make anyone feel right at home.