San Manuel reopening Las Vegas’ Palms casino resort April 27

  • Palms Casino Resort will reopen to the public on April 27.
  • A refreshed casino floor will have a new slot and table game layout.
  • The 14 movie theaters inside the resort have been “completely redone” with new reclining seats.

The Las Vegas casino resort Palms has remained closed for more than two years, a casualty of the COVID-19 pandemic and 2020 shutdowns.

That changes this month.

The property, about a mile west of Bellagio on Flamingo Road, will reopen to the public on April 27. Rooms are already available for stays starting April 28.

“Las Vegas is known to be such an amazing, iconic destination. And I think as the Palms, we have a responsibility to continue to make Las Vegas so special,” Palms General Manager Cynthia Kiser Murphey told USA TODAY. “We’re super excited.”

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Palms initially closed in 2020 under state orders to curb the spread of the coronavirus.

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