Made famous as the base for an MTV Real World season and seen in rapper Lil Wayne’s Lollipop video, the Palms is an up-all-night destination recommended by our experts for partiers and Vegas regulars. A limousine driver waits for a guest at the Palms Casino Resort porte cochere. Front desk clerk Daniel Garcia checks guests in at the Palms. The Premier Guestroom (the Palms’ standard room) features the resort’s centerpiece: 16-foot murals of a long-lashed woman’s eyes on walls over the beds. The standard bathroom features a wide vanity with one sink and a coffee maker. Palms’ own line of toiletries, Privileges, are offered. Upgrade your bathroom in a One-Bedroom Suite with an elaborate vanity and walk-in shower. The bedroom in a One-Bedroom Suite features a kind bed or two queens with a 46″ flatscreen TV. The living room in a One-Bedroom Suite includes ample seating with a sofa and chair, flatscreen TV, workspace and Strip views. The mini bar is well stocked with travel-size spirits, beers and Red Bull. The snack box in a Premier Guestroom includes a hangover cure and ibuprofen. Recharge Spa, Salon and Fitness features three stories of body and health amenities. The Recharge salon offers hair and beauty services. Guests can also get a manicure or pedicure at the Recharge salon. The lobby of the Drift Spa offers indulgent body and beauty products. The Movement Studio offers a variety of yoga and fitness classes. Glen Guevara of Vallejo, Calif. lifts weights in the fitness center. Relax with TV and magazines between treatments at a lounge in the Drift Spa. Opt for a couple’s massage at the Drift Spa. The women’s wet spa features hot and cool soaking pools. The pool is calm before a “Ditch Fridays” pool party. The resort’s “Ditch Fridays” pool party kicks off the weekend in Vegas and includes a VIP area with glass-bottom pool, in-pool loungers to dance on, and poolside bungalows that rent by the night. Cabanas are available on a second level overlooking the pool. Celebrity chef Kerry Simon serves up fresh, seasonal food using organic ingredients at Simon Restaurant and Lounge. Chef Simon looks like a rock star of the Van Halen vintage, and he’s a virtuoso with comfort food served in a party atmosphere. The time to make the scene is Sundays, for Simon’s pajama brunch. Indulge in a Bloody Mary bar with a boatload of fixings. Yes, you can arrive in a robe. At the foot of Ghostbar and next to the Palms’ Moon Nightclub, the N9NE steakhouse is one of the original restaurants to get diners in the mood for a night of clubbing. N9NE boasts a well-stocked wine cellar, in addition to its Champagne bar. Enjoy fish, steak and pasta from chef Kieran Toivonen at NOVE Italiano restaurant. NOVE was rated the No. 1 Italian restaurant in Las Vegas by Zagat. The restaurant offers impressive views from the Fantasy Tower. The Palms is also home to a 200-square-foot intimate mixology bar called Scarlet. Rema Ahmed tends the Social Center Bar on the casino floor. Musicians can record even on vacation in the Studio in the Palms. Artists take a break from a recording session at the Studio in the Palms. Messages from musicians and recording artists, such as Katy Perry (top) and Rihanna (center), adorn a wall in the studio. A control room is shown in the 8,000-square-foot professional recording studio. The Hardwood Suite is a 10,000 square-foot suite on two floors with this open-air living room. The suite boasts an indoor basketball court with NBA-sized Murphy beds on the court for your friends. The perks extend to a professional locker room with a double vanity, bathtub, standing shower and TV suspended from the ceiling. Dine with a group of up to 10 at the marble table. The dining room features basketball art in keeping with the suite’s theme. The master bedroom features a full bed, workspace, flatscreen TV and lounge chair. Guests can retreat to a spacious master bathroom when the locker room is full. A second bedroom features a full bed and dresser. The bathroom features an indoor Jacuzzi. A closer look at the master bathroom shows the TV and vanity. The Hardwood Suite bathrooms come complete with Molton Brown luxury toiletries. The second level offers a billiards table once you’re worn out from the court. The Hardwood Suite wouldn’t be complete without a rotating loveseat. The mater bedroom in a one-story luxury Sky Villa has a plush, round bed, fireplace and TV. The living room in a one-story luxury Sky Villa boasts a giant, semicircle sofa with extra seating galore. The dining room in the one-story luxury Sky Villa seats six with a view of the Strip. Of course, the Sky Villa also has a bar of its own. The Sky Villa includes a private fitness room with machines. The one-story luxury Sky Villa includes extra living space and a balcony as well. A chair reflects the artistry in a one-story luxury Sky Villa. The second bedroom in the one-story luxury Sky Villa includes a king bed and TV. The master bathroom in a one-story luxury Sky Villa boasts a large bathtub and vanity. A bathroom by the spa is shown in a one-story luxury Sky Villa. Sky Villas feature glass-enclosed Jacuzzi pools that extend out from the balcony with views of the Strip. Sky Villa guests can view the pool area from above. Guests at “Ditch Fridays” bounce a beach ball from the pool. Our expert says “Ditch Fridays” is best for Young party animals in their 20s and 30s who don’t mind being shoulder-to-shoulder and trying to carry on a conversation while music blasts. Stefan Glaus and Lorena Stock of Zurich, Switzerland, take a selfie during a “Ditch Fridays” pool party. Michelle DePinto relaxes in front of a bungalow during “Ditch Fridays”. Guests drink and mingle in the pool during “Ditch Fridays”. Las Vegans Samantha White and her sister Reagan White play with a beach ball during “Ditch Fridays”. View Strip casinos from a balcony at the Ghostbar, a nightclub on the top of the Ivory Tower. Ghostbar boasts an elegant interior with floor to ceiling views of the Strip. The boutique nightclub is 55 floors up with a sophisticated feel from 8 p.m. on. Ghostbar also has a dayclub in the summer. The all-you-can-eat Bistro Buffet features worldwide cuisine for breakfast, lunch, dinner and Sunday brunch. Deborah Carter of Las Vegas looks over food options during dinner at the Bistro Buffet. The Bistro Buffet boasts an array of Chinese dishes. Orange chicken and stir fry await at the Bistro Buffet. Sous chef Dain Williams prepares food at a meat carving station at the Bistro Buffet. Blueberry panna cotta desserts are displayed at the Bistro Buffet. The staff prepares a dining area for dinner at the Bistro Buffet. The cuisine is divided into sections like pizza and international fare. Back Room Burger serves gourmet burgers at the Palms. The “Barry Burger,” named for executive chef Barry Dakake of the N9NE Steakhouse, features Barry-ish attributes like a balsamic ketchup and caramelized red onions for sweetness. The Palms’ Pearl Concert Theater seats 2,500 people.