by Lissa Poirot
Located in the trendy and older Las Vegas Freemont District, this 629-room resort touts itself as a fantasy playground, so it is not targeting families. However, for families visiting, the 34-story hotel does offer two-room suites with couches, refrigerators and flat-screen TVs that could accommodate four. The hotel pool is small but outdoors. Dining options include American Coney Island for hot dogs, the D Grill American restaurant, Andiamo Steakhouse, and a coffee stand. Live entertainment at the property includes some programming that may be suitable for older children.
Our Editor Loves
- Freemont District location
- Multiple restaurants
- Live entertainment available
- Onsite Dining
by Marsha W
Throughout the many hotel casinos I have visited, I have never encountered the amount of smoke as I was subjected to at the D casino. And, if that wasn’t bad enough, when I stepped into an elevator to go to my room, a woman smoking a cigarette also got into the elevator because there seemed to be no rules preventing that from happening! I was so horrified, I immediately exited the elevator before the doors closed so I wouldn’t be trapped with the smoke.
I’m not done. We had to physically push furniture around to find outlets and there was a nonstop drip from the shower head. Never again.
I used to stay here when it was Fitzgeralds. They have done a lot of remodeling since then. Pretty cool place.
The only problems we found..hard time getting a cocktail, employees were not very knowledgeable on their geographics and you now have to pay(more expensive then Starbucks) for a cup of coffee.