Longtime nightlife staple Ghostbar is getting a facelift.
The top-of-the-Palms venue, which opened with the property in November 2001, closes July 7 to undergo a complete redesign. The makeover is part of the Palms’ $50 million, property-wide renovation, which began in July 2012.
“Ghostbar’s remodel is a natural extension of the evolution within the property, and we are excited to unveil a stunning new look for the space that will make Ghostbar a must-see in Las Vegas,” said Joseph A. Magliarditi, president of Palms, in a prepared statement.
Locally-based Klai Juba Architects will be redesigning the space, which is slated to reopen sometime in mid-August. After the redesign, the bar will feature a “feminine feel” and a color scheme of white, black and fuchsia. Other elements include chandeliers, a fireplace filled with flameless candles and boxwood hedges lining the skydeck bar and patio.
Ghostbar’s last night of operations will be July 6, with resident DJs Alie Layus and Seany Mac providing the sendoff soundtrack.