You might remember this casino as Bingo Palace which was it's name until 1984 and if You are really old You will remember it was "The Casino" when it opened in July of 1976.
Palace Station Casino Directions from the strip: less than one mile west of Las Vegas Blvd and Sahara. You can get the free shuttle from the fashion show mall that runs very 90 minutes but you need to have a hotel card or a players card. Check out shuttle bus service.
Gaming area: 84,000 square feet
Palace Station Sports book: Modern except for the betting boards
which are old school. Good air and lots of seats.
What you will find in This Casino:
All the popular Slots, Video Poker, Live keno( 20 seats), Keno machines, Penny slots, Mini and regular Baccarat, Black Jack, 3 card Poker, Let it Ride, Poker Room (10 Tables 24 hour non smoking), Pai Gow poker, Pai Gow Tiles, Roulette, Craps, Progressive Slots.
And some newer games: Baccarat dragon bonus
High Limit Room: yes
Unique to this Casino: Pai Gow Tiles one of only two casinos in Vegas to have it.
Smoke Ventilation: terrible, I have returned to this Casino over and over to see if it improved but so far, no. Each time when leaving You can smell the smoke all over Your body.
Cocktail Service: good
Restrooms: Very large and clean.
Overall Atmosphere: Big casino, lots of locals. OJ is no longer here. 23.99 all day buffet. 307 seat Bingo hall
With more shows to choose from than any other City in the World, You might feel overwhelmed deciding on one. But if You narrow Your preference to a category, You can make Your decision much easier. If Your interest is in a Cirque du soleil show, why browse through the Comedy and Adult shows? If You want to see Britney or Mariah or JLo just browse the Concerts and headliners.
Don't like huge theaters and big crowds? Choose an afternoon Show for a much lower price.
A Dinner and Show combo is a great value and saves time to do other things that day.