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Palms Casino Resort is a closed hotel and casino located near the Las Vegas Strip in Paradise, Nevada, United States. It includes 703 rooms and a 94,065 sq ft (8,738.9 m 2) casino. It was originally owned by the Maloof family, and was primarily overseen by George Maloof. He purchased the site in 1997, and construction began three years later.
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Palms shuttered in March of 2020, along with every other commercial casino in Nevada. RRR opted to keep the off-Strip casino closed even when the state allowed gaming to resume, the company citing unfavorable market conditions. Speculation regarding a potential sale swirled around Palms throughout 2020.
The Palms Casino Resort, just west of the Las Vegas Strip, will target Nevada locals when it reopens next year. The property is in the process of being sold to the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians in California.