San Manuel Gaming and Hospitality Authority to Reopen Palms This Spring | News

LAS VEGAS (FOX5) – The San Manuel Gaming and Hospitality Authority has received approval from the Nevada Gaming Commission to license and operate the Palms Casino Resort.

The decision fell on Thursday, after Station Casino’s Palms doors closed in March 2020.

“Our tribe is now one of the largest employers in the Southern California Inner Empire region, and we have assembled a talented team,” SMGHA President Latisha Casas told the Commission on Thursday. games. “We see and treat our team members like family and we intend to bring these values ​​to Las Vegas.”

Palms Casino at 4321 W Flamingo Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89103 in October 2020.

SMGHA plans to reopen the complex in the spring.

“We know Las Vegas is and always will be the hub for gaming and entertainment in North America and we are honored to potentially join and contribute to this community and its legacy,” Casas said before a decision was made. socket.

The reopening is expected to create more than 1,000 new jobs at the resort and casino. Anyone interested in applying can submit an application here when the portal opens on December 17th.

Guests will be able to start booking rooms in early 2022.