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Review of Palace Station. Blackjack was $5-$25, with the standard double deck Vegas rules (% house edge). There were also two.


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Palace Station focusing on blackjack value. Eileen Di Rocco. May 12, AM. Ever wonder where casino workers go to hang out and relax after their shift.


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North Strip (near or on Sahara Ave.): • SLS has $5 with DS, RSA & LS. • Palace Station and Stratosphere have $5 with DS & RSA. Edited: 4 years ago​.


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I think that is too infrequent. I had a mojito, a shrimp cocktail, and ceviche. This being Vegas, there is also a free valet by the hotel entrance, and by the casino entrance as well. There is a large parking garage at the rear of the property, as well as plenty of surface parking. If you can get a room close to the the casino, you will have the shortest walk to the gaming area and restaurants of any of the hotel rooms. There is also a race book, a sports book, a keno lounge, and a bingo hall. For dinner, I ate at Cabo, and sat at the bar. I find resort fees extremely disingenuous. Also in the courtyard annex is a gym, with a couple elliptical machines, treadmills, stationary bicycles, and a set of dumbells. The property mostly appeals to locals, as well as value-minded vistors. For true crime fans, this is also where the infamous OJ Simpson sports memorabilia robbery occured in You can even see the room where the incident took place. According to the Palace Station website, "When it comes to Las Vegas casinos, not all gaming is alike. I saw nothing about it in the promotional literature, and the players club just told me to hand over my card to be rated. The food was just okay. Palace Station does offer a shuttle to the strip, which lets passengers off by the Fashion Show Mall. There is also a small Keno lounge, and a Bingo Hall. That is another problem I had with the casino; for some reason I thought it would be very large and airy, but it was stuffy with drop ceilings and low light. The mojito did not have fresh mint, and I believe it was made with some sort of mix. I often find table players are treated as second-class citizens in the gaming world, and Stations reflects this. The hotel has rooms. The ceviche was an insult to ceviches everywhere. To be fair, I know a lot of people find cilantro repugnant, but I love it. There is no refrigerator or minibar. Palace Station could use some updates. For Pai Gow enthusiasts, this is the lowest minimum you can play tiles at in Las Vegas. The card is good for 0. Like most casinos, Stations values the slots player above all else. For table players, it was unclear how many points you earned for your play. On the way back, I stopped in a Dotty's Casino. Sign me up, boss! They had a made-to-order omelette station, and a lot of egg dishes, but nothing particularly fancy. If you can swing it, I would request a Strip view if you decide to stay at Palace Station. There are two changing rooms. The shrimp cocktail was prepared Mexican style, but it was not nearly spicy enough, and they didn't use enough cilantro. The Bingo Hall is nothing fancy -- like the rest of the casino, it is designed solely for gambling, with very little flair. They are older style rooms with dated furnishings, similar to the Manor rooms at Circus Circus, the Garden rooms at Tropicana, and the Capri rooms at Imperial Palace. Finally, you can earn points for race, sports, and bingo play. It has some of the most affordable hotel rooms in Las Vegas. I ordered a single cheeseburger, animal-style, and it was excellent. I could hear my neighbors early in the morning. For their players club, Stations uses the Boarding Pass or "My card", as they have branded it now at all of their casinos, but not the Fiestas or the Wildfires, which use the Amigo card and the Wild card, respectively. You can see every property from the Wynn down to Paris and beyond. When I played tables, they didn't even ask for my card to be rated most of the time. Unfortunately, this is "traditional" casino design that casino architects are only recently starting to reject. This is significantly off-strip. There is also no coffeemaker. The results were posted on large whiteboards that attendant would slide down the wall to write on. I thought this was charmingly old-fashioned, kind of like those flipping deparature signs you see at some train stations. The bartender was especially friendly; she had been working at the property for ten years. On the flipside, the tower rooms are significantly nicer, and have newer features like flat-screen TV's courtyard has tubes , an upgraded bedding package, and more modern furnishings and decor. I liked their fresh Eggs Benedict, and the salmon quiche was a nice bit of culinary flair. The termperature is electronically controlled, and I was able to get the room nice and frigid at night, which is the way I like it. According to a sign at check-in, this includes: shuttle to the Las Vegas Strip, airport shuttle transportation, pool access, high-speed internet in every room, unlimited local and domestic long-distance calls, gym access, complimentary copy and fax service, and an on-site notary Monday-Friday. I can't say I had any problems with the room, as the bedding was very comfortable, with high thread-count sheets, and a nice comforter. Service was fast and friendly, and I was in and out in less than twenty minutes. It opened in as the Bingo Palace, and was the first casino specifically targeting the locals market. One of the best features is the fantastic view of the Strip. This rate was for the Courtyard rooms. For comparison, Sam's Town opened in It was the first outlet in the now enormous family of Station Casinos. Table games are the usual mix of regular games, with a larger than normal amount of baccarat because of the large Asian population located nearby in Chinatown. There is a small hot tub as well. The best video poker game available at Palace Station is Deuces Wild at a payback of That's right -- a slot machine that actually pays you to play. There are three turning lanes after the I, and traffic can be chaotic, but rest assured you will be able to access the property from either street. Room service was available, and a copy of the Review-Journal was delivered every morning outside the door, which I thought was a nice touch. Las Vegans don't know how good they have it with In-N-Out. The chain is owned by the Fertitta family — the company recently went through a lengthy bankrupcty, but the family was allowed to retain control of most of the casinos. Palace Station has a small pool by the Courtyard rooms. Room Palace Station is located just west of the on Sahara Avenue. On the way out, I commented to the clerk on a sign they had on their billboard saying "Lost Shit-Tzu. For breakfast, I ate at the Feast Buffet. It was oftentimes impossible to avoid the smoke.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} I had the same problem with a Margarita I ordered later while gaming at the tables. You can pretty much find the exact same mix of games at any of the Station properties, and Palace is no exception. The Courtyard rooms are located in small, two story motel-style buildings surrounding a pool adjacent to the casino. There is a large race book located in the back of the casino, which is separate from the equally large sports book. Starbucks canned mochas, which they will comp even if you play just a little. Finally, I would be remiss if I didn't mention the smoke. It allows hotels to get their rates listed at the top of the discounting websites as the cheapest rate, and then they add the resort fee which is almost as much as the cost of the room itself. There is self-serve coffee in both locations, which is nice. They used cocktail shrimp, and it didn't have any bite to it. There is not much landscaping, but they do offer food service though use of a phone next to the pool where you can call a server and order food. Having been to Peru, where you can get great ceviche, this was nowhere close. It is not really possible, nor would it be pleasant, to walk to the strip from the hotel — you would have to cross the and the traffic volume is high. I will say it was nice to have wireless internet, but many hotels include this in the regular rate. There is no denying these rooms are small, however. I noticed a lot of baccarat players dining on Chinese food from Food Express tableside while gaming. The sports book offered cent lines on baseball, and tickets expired after days. After a night of gambling, I was peckish and couldn't find anything in the casino that appealed to me. These are some of the last vintage Vegas motel rooms, and if you do not need the latest and greatest, I think they offer good value. I have become addicted to their 16 oz. I have to confess it looked pretty good. By car, you can access the property from Sahara Boulevard directly, or by turning left on Rancho as soon as you exit the North. Sometimes the collective mindset of gamblers confounds me. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Palace Station is an gargantuan casino complex just west of the Las Vegas strip. I didn't check out the race book, but it looked pleasant, and the chairs were comfortable.