Labor Day Weekend at Palms Casino Resort
Aug 22,2014 Events
Labor Day Weekend 2014 at Palms Casino Resort
Labor Day is upon us, and the first Monday in September holds special meaning for Americans of all walks of life. Historically, Labor Day has stood as our collective salute to the ingenuity and achievements of the American worker – yet today’s modern interpretation manages to appropriately stress the importance of not laboring! There are 364 other days on which to toil away, so take advantage of the Labor Day holiday to relax, unwind, and get up close and personal with some of Las Vegas’ best attractions and activities!
Three Days of Decompression and Decadence
Let the festivities begin a night or two before Labor Day – and visit the world-renowned Ghostbar at Palms Casino Resort. This rooftop bar and lounge was awarded “Lounge of the Year” in Nightclub and Bar Show’s 2014 Las Vegas Awards – and it is the ideal spot to kick off the Labor Day weekend in style. When you’re ready to sample some of Las Vegas’ most decadent and inventive culinary options, visit one of Palms’ amazing fine or casual dining venues. From the Chinese regional specialties of Lao Sze Chuan (slated to open early Sept. 2014!) to N9NE Steakhouse – itself redefining what a steakhouse should be, Palms offers a host of enticing dining options that will delight your senses and provide the perfect holiday backdrop.
All About the Outdoors
The Labor Day holiday may be all about recognizing the hard work of our citizenry, but that doesn’t mean that the Labor Day weekend should be all about work. In fact, there’s no better way to salute all of this hard work than by lounging poolside under the Las Vegas sun. Visit Palms Pool Saturday, August 30, special event named “Cowboy Boots and Bathing Suits.” This unique event during Labor Day Weekend will feature specials on Budweiser and Bud Light in addition to a special guest DJ.
Or, for a more intimate experience, visit Palms Place Pool – a 5,000 square-foot retreat located on the 6th floor of Palms. Private poolside massages, luxurious cabanas with flat screen TVs and fine catering service, and a serene environment featuring waterfalls, wildflowers, and fire features, all combine to create a relaxing enclave that provides relief from the hustle of the casino floor and the buzz of the city.
Labor Day became an official U.S. holiday in 1894 – and since then, nearly six generations of Americans have celebrated the nation’s collective achievements by taking a day of rest. If you’re ready to celebrate the Labor Day holiday in style, consider a visit to Palms - we’re pretty confident that those who proposed the holiday in the first place would have wanted to celebrate with us, too! Happy Labor Day!