We've got Tribal Gaming news from the Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas. After two years of lock-down due to Covid, the Palms Las Vegas has re-opened. It marked a new chapter in the history of the casino and was also a significant event for Las Vegas news. The Palms is the first full owned and operated Vegas Tribal Gaming establishment! Having undergone more than a $600 million renovation, the Palms Las Vegas boasts a mix of bars and restaurants.
The Palms Las Vegas will also offer guests an expansive resort pool area featuring a multi-level, sprawling 73,000-square-foot space offering two luxurious main pools and 39 unique cabanas, most with their own private pool. The Vegas Tribal Gaming casino also features oversized daybeds and poolside lounge chairs throughout. Additional information regarding spa, food and beverage, entertainment, pool and nightlife offerings will be announced soon. The Palms Casino Resort is making history as the first Vegas Tribal Gaming resort in Las Vegas.
The Golden Nugget - Las Vegas is looking to buy a 6 acre parcel on Las Vegas Boulevard, and speculation of a new Vegas Strip casino has begun. The property is located at the corner of Harmon Avenue across from the City Center. Tilman Fertitta seems to be planning a new resort at the location and paid out about $200 million for the property. The City Center location, next to the Aria and Vdara casinos, is also adjacent to 9 acre property planned for retail development. If Fertitta does build a new Vegas Strip casino on the site it would add to his growing gambling empire.