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Palms Casino Resort owner Frank Fertitta III says the decision to of Red Rock Resorts – the parent company to Station Casinos and its


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LAS VEGAS — The owner of the Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas, whose family owns the NBA's Sacramento Kings, said he spent Saturday.


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After a $ million makeover, the Palms Las Vegas is ready for the future. ownership of the Sacramento Kings—opened Palms Casino Resort off the But with Station Casinos at the helm in , Palms entered into what.


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Palms Casino Resort is a hotel and casino located near the Las Vegas Strip in Paradise, In keeping with George Maloof's basketball interest (the Maloofs were majority owners of the NBA's Sacramento Kings), the Fantasy Tower includes a In May , Station Casinos agreed to purchase the Palms for $ million.


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LAS VEGAS—Meet Jon Gray, the youngest VP and GM on the Vegas Strip, In , Station Casinos purchased the Palms and owners Frank.


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It was fun, high-energy, offered great service, value for locals and was the epicenter of pop culture. Those acts range from Lady Antebellum, Cardi B. I think there is more competition than ever in the hospitality industry and the ultimate benefactor of that is the guest. April 24, October 30, July 16, {/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} Palms is also home to exclusive residences in both our newly renovated Pearl Concert Theater and all new day club and nightclub, Kaos. The vision really came from owners Frank and Lorenzo Fertitta. The renovation was sparked by new ownership. People want experiences over things, and there is no shortage of experiences around the world. One of the most interesting aspects of the renovation was how we communicated with guests as we completed the renovation in phases. Please share what you think is the current state of hospitality. With that comes pressure to create new experiences every day for your guest. Where do you want to take the Palms Casino Resort in the future? We have to keep pushing new experiences through our doors and beyond. What was it like to oversee this particular renovation? Today, he oversees gaming, entertainment, marketing and branding, guest experience, hotel operations, luxury suite sales, pool, nightlife and future project developments. I had previously opened SkyLofts and the Wynn. The biggest challenge we experienced while staying open during renovation was maintaining the guest experience throughout the construction. What drew you to work at the Palms Casino Resort at 21? What was the impetus for the new look? Communication to our staff and guests was critical throughout the renovation. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Gray has always had a love for Las Vegas. The Palms was building a new tower. Close ad. One of the challenges was the Palms had gone through a rolling renovation, meaning we kept the resort open while we renovated virtually the entire property. The guest wants to connect with our team beyond their trip, so we have to continue to obsess over the pre- and post-journey and enhance those touchpoints. I was drawn to the energy of the property and the opportunity to get an additional opening experience prior to graduating. In , Station Casinos purchased the Palms and owners Frank and Lorenzo Fertitta had an incredible vision to transform the property. From new festivals popping up every year to incredible experiences you can book right on your phone, amazing experiences all over the world have never been more accessible. It has been incredible working for them and to be part of the team dreaming and executing the vision. They had an assistant hotel manager position open and I applied. With a renewed vision for Palms, Gray is ready to play an instrumental role in the reinvention and transformation of the resort, recently acquired by Station Casinos in I was in my last year at UNLV and several recruiters said to get as much opening experience as I could get. Some of the goals were to bring back the energy the Palms had during its peak years. As a youngster growing up in Tonopah, a small town in the middle of Nevada, he was enamored with the bright lights of the big city during visits to see his grandparents. The message resonated with the market, and we set the expectations with our guests all while signaling the Palms would be entering the luxury resort tier. We wanted to bring that back yet instill a more luxury experience. We have a lot of amazing ideas for the future and I am excited to see where we take the Palms.