A basketball court and a bowling alley – Check out the crazy amenities these Las Vegas suites have.


In-room hotel luxury just hit a new level of high! In raising the bars of luxe and providing guests with a new form of entertainment, the New Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas recently introduced the new and refurbished Hardwood and Kingpin suites, following a $690 million property-wide renovation.

In their new avatar, the lavish 10,000-square-foot and 4,500-square-foot will feature a half basketball court and two full-size bowling lanes, respectively. The remodeling has been done in collaboration with street artists Joshua Vides, Patrick Martinez, Cryptik and MADSTEEZ and the final result is unlike anything we’ve seen before.

First in line, The Hardwood Suite feature two bedrooms, four and a half baths, a veiled whiskey room, a game room with a pool and poker table, several large-screen televisions and a fully-equipped 16-seat bar. The highlight is its personal basketball court that also hides three murphy beds for additional guests to crash at.

Next, we have the Kingpin Suite that offers two bedrooms, two and a half bathrooms and multiple lounge spaces along with a sprawling bowling accommodation in the living room that comes replete with shoes, bowling balls and an automatic scoring system in addition to the two full-size bowling lanes.

Both suites also come with a pool table and a butler service of their own and are suitable for hosting anywhere close to 150-300 people at once. They can sleep 10 and more in capacity and are available at tariffs ranging from $15,000 (for the Kingpin Suite) and $20,000 (for the Hardwood Suite).

If a sporty in-room adventure is your idea of a holiday, the Palms Casino Resort is where you need to be at!

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