We stayed at The D for 5 days and had heard good things about it, people saying that they are going out of their way to revitalise the downtown area of Las Vegas. That Derek Stevens, the owner is a good guy and a true Vegas fan, however since booking this hotel they have started imposing a resort fee so look at a property that doesn’t charge you this hidden charge. They also walloped their prices up for the weekend that Kid Rock played Fremont Street Experience to 799 and 899 dollars a night!!! With that all in mind, here is my experience of staying at The D.
Check in was slow and the girl that served us was surly to say the least, we hoped after dealing with her that we wouldn’t have to deal with her again, we did, at check out and when I had a query and she was abrupt and surly all times. I requested a room that didn’t over look FSE and got that, on the 19th floor. The hotel is very modern and remodelled through out and clean, very clean. It has a McDonalds attached and American Coney Island, a fast food place, which was open 24 hours and excellent. It has Andiamos a steak house and The D Grill that I have reviewed separately. It has the literally titled Long Bar and a second bar I believe is called The Vue Bar, we used the latter and it was pretty excellent.
Lifts to the rooms were consistently a pain, 4 lifts served the entire hotel and took ten people at a time, they were always full and being located on the 19th floor was very reliant on them. Our room was very nice though, entirely remodelled. The bathroom was small but practical, the sink was slow in washing away though, very very slow. TV was standard flat screen and free to air channels. A keurig in the room had coffee at 2.50 a cup, which wasn’t refilled for the entire 5 days and Fiji water was 4.50 a bottle. The beds, 2 queens were very very comfortable and ample pillows on each. Our room had air conditioning and we are glad we were there in October as it was way to loud to turn on.
Check out, the queues were extremely long and the bill was wrong, on our 5 night stay, they tried to charge us for 7 nights of internet access, other than that though it was pain free. I would not stay there again as I have stated, any place with a resort fee will not get my money, I had booked this prior to the resort fee being introduced.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The D Las Vegas Casino Hotel is located on the iconic Fremont Street in downtown Las Vegas, owned and operated by Derek and Greg Stevens. The D delivers a fresh, energeticattitude and fun atmosphere that has become synonymous with the Neapolitan area. The D Las Vegas Hotel provides a haven of rest and relaxation just a few steps away from the city's popular attractions like the Fremont Street Experience, Neon Museum, and Zip-lining. The property has recently completed extensive renovations with 638 remodeled contemporary rooms, showroom with daily entertainment, multiple dining restaurants, Vegas' only two-level casino, and numerous high-energy bars. Whatever the reason for your visit, The D Las Vegas Casino Hotel is an excellent choice for your stay in Las Vegas. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Fitzgeralds Casino And Hotel
- Fitzgeralds Hotel Las Vegas
- Ramada Las Vegas
- Fitzgeralds Las Vegas