The Palms Casino Resort, the Las Vegas property to be fully owned and operated by a Native American tribe, has finally reopened its doors for the first time since the pandemic closure in March 2020, more than two years ago.
The San Manuel Gaming & Hospitality Authority is a governmental instrument of the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians, created for the purpose of independently carrying out the investment in, and ownership and management of, gaming and hospitality businesses beyond the San Manuel Reservation.
Palms underwent a major renovation in 2019, costing more than $600m, and San Manuel Gaming & Hospitality Authority Chairwoman, Latisha Casas, is delighted to finally be able to reopen: “It is an honour and a privilege for us to welcome everyone back to Palms Casino Resort Las Vegas,” she said. “We look forward to introducing our guests to our rich history, culture and signature hospitality. We can’t wait to make history together.”