The Palms Casino Resort Hits the Jackpot with Two New Nightspots It may be in the desert, but Las Vegas has never had a problem using water in its attractions, from Buccaneer Bay to Bellagio. The same is true at the Palms Casino Resort, a 42-story hotel just off the Strip on Flamingo Road, where the club scene is hip, happening, and wet. The main venue is Rain in the Desert, a 25,000-sq.-ft. (2,250 sq. m) multilevel club that has both a 16'-high (4.8m) wall of water and a moat around the ...

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