Since playing host to the iconic MTV American reality TV show in 2002, “The Real World”, The Palms Hotel has become the de facto celebrity resort in Las Vegas, with a star studded clientele who favour The Palms’ cutting-edge dining and nightlife hot spots, including the N9NE Steakhouse, Rain nightclub, the Playboy Club Casino, and the ultra-chic rooftop Ghostbar to name just a few. The 420 spacious rooms are spread over 56 floors and offer everything from , The Palms maintains a commendably aloof stance with respect to Las Vegas’ Strip: located about a mile away from the central glitz and sheen, the rooms appeal to guests looking for an all-in-one, self-contained sanctuary. Plush beds with even plusher sheets, spacious bathrooms and oversized TVs welcome you in each room. However, WiFi in rooms comes at a price, as does admission to the underwhelming spa and wellness center. There is also a childcare center and seven different restaurants to choose from, including the prestigious Alizé restaurant.