If you haven’t spent time in Vegas’ iconic Palms Casino Resort, you may recognize it from MTV’s Real World: Last Vegas back in 2002 (Sup, Trischelle?) But, time’s are a’changin’ and the Palms is currently undergoing a $620 million renovation, the most expensive in Vegas’ history. The theme of the Palms renovation is “From Dust to Gold.”
The 1,365-room hotel and casino was bought by fight promoters Frank and Lorenzo Fertitta for $312.5 million back in 2016, and the renovations to the millennial magnet are insane.
The villas will see some incredible changes, via USA TODAY:
The one- and two-story villas, which have infinity pools and range from $25,000 to $45,000 a night, come with a chauffeured ride to and from the airport, 24-hour butler service, sauna, massage room and top-of-the-line amenities including Dyson hair dryers and a gym with Woodway Treadmills and Peloton bikes.
The casino has also pumped $3 million into its scotch inventory.
As Business Insider points out, the rooftop nightclub, dubbed Apex, offers 180-degree views of the Las Vegas skyline.
The interior of the Apex features four humanoid sculptures that weigh 3,000 pounds each and cost $150,000 per.
Look at this deconstructed shark created by artist Damien Hirst, which is behind the bar of the Palms’ new Unknown Bar.
The penthouses, which start at $1,500 a night, are capital D Dope.
For more information on the Palms’ historic renovation, head over to Business Insider.