Pricing and services: The PH chapel is open 10am to 6pm daily and seats up to 65. From their brochure at CLICK they have a HUGE number of packages built around the chapel and reception options and room options; so you'll have to dig in and see if what they offer is a better deal than what you could put together on your own, such as with published coupon codes, etc.
I haven't seen a lot of reviews from users of their chapel yet so I don't have much to go on yet as far as recommendations or things they do good or bad; I will update the page as more information becomes available.
In early to summer 2012, just like sister property Flamingo, Planet Hollywood did away with the use of Cashman Photography and is instead using Image Las Vegas (not to be confused with Imagine Studios) as their contract photographer. Unfortunately they also did away with the option to pay a fee to bring in your own photographer; so you're gonna use Imagine or you're not gonna get married there lol. I would recommend beating them up on this if you want to get married there and use your own photographer because PH used to allow a small fee that you could pay to bring in your own choice of photographer which is typically preferred in Vegas so you can have one photog cover your entire day.
People who have used this vendor (sorted by date) and link to the review:
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I'm not sure where I got this first picture from; possibly the PH website. It makes the room look a lot brighter than I think it is, so keep that in mind.
Another picture I found online; without the decorative glass behind the officiant area:
This next batch of photos were graciously provided by lauraaustin2003 for me to use on this site; she was married there in June '12, photography by Tyler Freear (third party, which may not be allowed at PH anymore unfortunately due to their new contract photgrapher). I tried to pick out the photos that had as much of the room visible as possible so you can get an idea of how everything looks.
In the first pic, I believe the curtain you see outside the entrance to the chapel is the same one you see the married couple leaving by further down; i.e. that's the external door to the chapel area which has a curtain drawn during ceremonies so people don't wander in, then the second set of doors is closed after the guests and wedding party are in the room.