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Palms “getting a lot of interest” from actors and others because of Real World.

Palms “getting a lot of interest” from actors and others because of Real World.
The Palms hotel and casino, home of The Real World Las Vegas, has generated “a lot of interest” in the property, especially from celebrities, owner George Maloof tells the Sacramento Bee. The suite used on the show is rented for a minimum of $5,000 a night, although it’s only being used by high rollers and celebrities now, who don’t have to pay. Maloof tells the paper that next month “an A-list movie guy and 10 of his buddies” will have a bachelor party in the suite; last month, Tobey Maguire, Mike Tyson, Lara Flynn Boyle, and others partied there.

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