Most people have heard that the Palms Las Vegas Casino was purchased by the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians. Most people also know that the resort has been closed for a while due to the pandemic. What people may not know is that when the Palms welcomes guests back, they will also welcome back a popular night spot.
Ghostbar is an 8,000 square-foot bar on the rooftop of the 55th floor of the Palms. At one time, the iconic nightclub allowed guests to drink and dance the night away with stunning views of the Las Vegas Strip. The popular tourist destination was opened in 2001, and even has a “peek-a-boo” glass floor looking through another lounge below.
Now, the Palms Las Vegas has confirmed via their Twitter account that Ghostbar will reopen when the resort begins welcoming guests back soon. Once it does, they will be able to take in breathtaking views of the entire Vegas Strip. And it’s not uncommon to see a high profile celebrity or two.
The Ghostbar also offers private rentals to make your event will be one to remember. The Palms Las Vegas has become the first Native American owned and operated casino in Sin City. They plan to (re)open before the summer of 2022.