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Oak Hill, Virginia
October 27, 2003
She gave us our keys and a map, scribbling circles and lines showing us where to go. We parked our rental car where our room was and went inside to look for an elevator. We discovered that the only elevator was all the way back where we checked in! So we dragged our suitcases up the stairs and found our room quickly.
We had a non-smoking king room. The entertainment center had drawers where you could put clothing. The closet was at the entrance, and the hangers were a little bit in the way of the door. The walls were all white. Our "view" was of the courtyard, but we ended up with a room where we were looking at a stucco wall! The bathroom had a shower only, but it had an adjustable massage showerhead. There was a hair dryer on the wall. The bed was comfortable and firm. The pillows were adequate. I did notice some water stains on the ceiling, but they didn't appear to be fresh.
They offered a free shuttle to the strip. The last time they pick up is before midnight. They also offer a free airport shuttle. We were going to take advantage of this when we were planning to return our rental car to the airport. Unfortunately, the shuttle was in the shop. We told the person at checkout about our misfortune, and requested a refund of $4.50 for the daily services fee on Thursday and she gladly obliged. There was a fairly small weight room and a pool that we didn't use. There were snack and soda machines in different areas of the hotel. There was also a hair salon in the back of the hotel.
The casino housed slot machines and other gaming tables. Starbucks coffee was available in the gift shop, and Burger King and other restaurants were in the casino area.
We decided on the buffet for $6.99 (limited time) and were pleasantly surprised. The service was good, and the food was good. They had a carving station, pasta station, fresh salad, and much more. We were both pleasantly surprised by the quantity and quality of food provided at their buffet.
For Saturday breakfast, the buffet was serving "Champagne Brunch" for $7.99, and we decided that we didn't want to spend that much on breakfast and went to Burger King just downstairs from the buffet... and ended up spending under $7 for the two of us.
My husband and I were very pleased with our stay at Palace Station, and we would consider staying there again. The people were friendly, and the accommodations were comfortable.
From journal A week at Las Vegas and Grand Canyon
June 28, 2001
The Palace Station is a wonderful hotel and casiso. The hotel section has its own entrance so you can check in and get to the elevators and up to your room without having to drag your luggage through the casino.
There are two types of rooms, the garden courtyard and a tower. I stayed in a tower room. The rooms and bathrooms were both spacious, either two double beds or one king size bed. In room coffee maker. We did peek in the courtyard rooms and they were slightly smaller with a shower only.
There is a full casino, and 5 restrurants, a steakhouse, a pasta place, buffet, Mexican restaurant, and a coffee show. We ate at both the buffet and the coffee shop. The coffee shop was excellent. There was also fast food, Burger King, Baskin Robbins, Donuts and pizza.
There is an outdoor swimming pool and a hot tub.
Overall the Palace Station is a very good value, and it is nice to be away from the strip for a change.
From journal Las Vegas, NV
June 1, 2005
From journal Various Vegas Trips
London, United Kingdom
September 22, 2002
We stayed in the courtyard of the hotel, with a pool view, and it was lovely. The room was spacious, despite it being a bit confusing with the maze of corridors. We paid an incredible £8 each (for 2) a night. The buffet was reasonable, unfortunately we experienced the Bellagio's then went back to the Palace and it paled in comparison. That would be the $10 difference. The Casino itself was great, and cocktail waitresses were plentiful. A free bus to the strip was provided that went hourly, and last pick up was about midnight. There was no shuttle to the airport, but they were happy to give you the number of a company. The hotel also had a free Internet terminal in the lobby, which was very handy for contacting home.
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