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Palace Station Hotel and Casino

2411 W Sahara, Las Vegas, NV 89102
10 reviews

I never knew this swanky little hotel existed until a friend told me there was a hidden gem (Oyster Bar) and any trip to Vegas means an obligatory out of the way stop to Palace Station (see review for Oyster Bar here http://www.gogobot.com/oyster-bar-las-vegas-restaurant). The hotel’s located a few miles from the strip, and even from the outside, you know this ...

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  • 1
    0.64 mi

    Circus Circus Midway

    0.64 mi from Palace Station Hotel and Casino
    62 reviews

    I didn't want to even give it a star. This hotel is disgusting and in very, very bad conditions, everything has a "smell" and super ghetto..... It's so bad that it's not even worth to pay the lower price.

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  • 2
    0.84 mi

    Circus Circus Adventuredome Theme Park

    0.84 mi from Palace Station Hotel and Casino
    50 reviews

    One of the few kid-friendly places in Las Vegas that parents can take their kids. It's just too bad that it reeks of smoke. The arcade games are pretty cool but you can end up spending quite a bit.

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  • 3
    0.92 mi

    Slots'A'Fun

    0.92 mi from Palace Station Hotel and Casino
    7 reviews

    It feels like you're in an abandoned strip mall that someone converted into a slot parlor.

  • 4
    0.98 mi

    Deja Vu adult super store

    0.98 mi from Palace Station Hotel and Casino
    2 reviews

    This is my favorite adult shops in all of las vegas. This place has great selection of toys and lingerie. They have one of a kind toys and accessories. a must go if you want to get hot and nasty while in Vegas.

  • 5
    0.73 mi

    Adventuredome

    0.73 mi from Palace Station Hotel and Casino
    3 reviews

    There are real rides in the Adventuredome, including a water ride and a large looping roller coaster. There are also various rides for children, miniature gold, and arcade games. $8 gets you a ride on the roller coaster. $24 can get you an all-day ride pass.

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  • 6
    0.98 mi

    Erotic Heritage Museum

    0.98 mi from Palace Station Hotel and Casino
    2 reviews

    A lot of people who think of this place "erotic heritage museum" aka Museum of Sex thinks this place will be filled with dildos and vaginas... And honestly, that is somewhat true. This place really focuses on the history of sex and being more open minded about it. I can see it uses art as a way of expressing themselves ...

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  • 7
    0.97 mi

    Spearmint Rhino Adult Cabaret

    0.97 mi from Palace Station Hotel and Casino
    5 reviews

    I don't know what kind of fun everyone is having and I feel like the kid who got shafted and didn't get her share of icecream. I'm going to preface this first by saying we came on a Sunday. I'm guessing the cream of the crop doesn't take Sunday shifts. I'll leave it at that. There were a good amount ...

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  • 8
    0.67 mi

    Dig This

    0.67 mi from Palace Station Hotel and Casino
    1 review

    Heavy equipment playground in Vegas

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  • 9
    0.93 mi

    Candlelight Wedding Chapel

    0.93 mi from Palace Station Hotel and Casino
    1 review
  • 10
    0.91 mi

    Herbs and Rye

    0.91 mi from Palace Station Hotel and Casino
    1 review

    You would never know this speakeasy-esque bar was even here unless some local told you about it (or you found it here on Gogobot). Among all the strip malls west of the Strip and I-15, Herbs and Rye is serious about reviving the history of the American cocktail, with some recipes dating right back to Prohibition. I wouldn't swear by ...

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  • 11
    0.67 mi

    Sapphire Gentlemen's Club

    0.67 mi from Palace Station Hotel and Casino
    2 reviews

    The venue itself is pretty nice. It's not gritty and slimy like some other places, clean and decent high ceiling. No crawling into a dungeon feel. The bar staff are friendly and can really flip out drinks like no one's business. Bouncer was very cool and very polite. But nothing goes on here on Monday nights. Literally nothing. So we ...

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  • 12
    0.99 mi

    Fireside Lounge

    0.99 mi from Palace Station Hotel and Casino
    1 review

    Kind of a dump. Greasy food. Lots of ladies sitting at tables by themselves texting and looking sketchy. Old school kitsch.

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  • 13
    1.72 mi

    The Las Vegas Strip

    1.72 mi from Palace Station Hotel and Casino
    545 reviews

    Take a walk in the strip before sunset and you will get amazing Pictures! I rented a Car so i would just stop by every hotel for pictures! and then stop at some of the hotels! They offer free parking

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  • 14
    2.18 mi

    Fountains at Bellagio

    2.18 mi from Palace Station Hotel and Casino
    465 reviews

    Of course, the only way I really know about the Bellagio Fountains is because of Ocean's Eleven. After figuring the Fountain into our itinerary, I was really excited to see it. I mean, who doesn't like dancing water? ;) You can catch a Bellagio Fountain show every 15-30 minutes (depending on the time of day). We got there right after ...

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  • 15
    2.2 mi

    The Eiffel Tower (Las Vegas)

    2.2 mi from Palace Station Hotel and Casino
    324 reviews

    if you like France this place is awesome, we got some amazing photos here and the restaurant is quite good too

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  • 16
    2.58 mi

    Fremont Street Experience

    2.58 mi from Palace Station Hotel and Casino
    288 reviews

    Fremont Street is a nice change of scenery from the Strip if you want something more low key. The light show itself is pretty neat, and fun to watch. Sometimes you'll see street entertainers and you really get the sense of the old school Vegas scene here in the downtown area.

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  • 17
    1.73 mi

    Forum Shops at Caesars

    1.73 mi from Palace Station Hotel and Casino
    126 reviews

    The Forum is filled with swanky, expensive stores such as Louis Vuitton and expensive restaurants. It's a nice, posh area to walk through but unless you got the money, window shopping is going to be your main purpose.

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  • 18
    4.23 mi

    The Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas Sign

    4.23 mi from Palace Station Hotel and Casino
    121 reviews

    You simply can't go to Vegas without getting a Facebook profile picture taken with this iconic sign, located just south of the Mandalay Bay. And the best part? It's free! If you've got a car, park in the small lot that can be accessed if you are traveling south on Las Vegas Boulevard.

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  • 19
    1.14 mi

    Stratosphere Tower

    1.14 mi from Palace Station Hotel and Casino
    131 reviews

    Some of the best views of Vegas are from atop the Stratosphere. Lines can be long to get up there and it can be pretty expensive if you decide to do the thrill rides too. All a very good adrenaline rush though.

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  • 20
    2.08 mi

    "O" Cirque du Soleil - Bellagio

    2.08 mi from Palace Station Hotel and Casino
    97 reviews

    Overpriced for what you'll see, this very old one-trick pony by Cirque du Soleil no longer ranks among the Strip's most fun stage shows. For less money, you could have a better experience seeing La Reve at Wynn, also choreographed by Francis Dragone and showcasing underwater acrobatics and synchronized swimming.

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