Downtown Grand Las Vegas

The Downtown Grand Casino and Hotel is one of the newest casino hotels in Las Vegas. Found on Third Street between Stewart and Ogden avenues across from the Mob Museum, it occupies the site of the former Lady Luck casino, which opened in 1964 and closed in 2006. The property was completely gutted and overhauled to make way for the Downtown Grand, which caters to both leisure and business travelers and is a member of the Ascend Hotel Collection. Features of the Downtown Grand Casino and Hotel include a 30,000-square-foot casino with slots and table games, a satisfying assortment of restaurants and bars, a seasonal rooftop pool, a fitness center, a 24-hour front desk, a business center, and meeting facilities. The rooms and suites are housed in two towers that are joined by an elevated walkway.  

Downtown Grand Rooms

Downtown Grand Rooms
Downtown Grand Rooms

There is a total of 629 rooms and suites at the Downtown Grand Las Vegas. Spacious, sophisticated, and stylish, these guest units range in size from 350 to 1,200 square feet. Among the standard amenity highlights are 42-inch flat-screen TVs, pillow top mattresses, down pillows, work desks, and standard and USB power outlets. In the contemporary bathrooms, guests will find either a shower or a combined shower/tub, as well as hair dryers and environmentally friendly bath products. Thanks to the overall quality of the Downtown Grand rooms and suites, the hotel merits consideration by those who are interested in booking luxurious Las Vegas accommodations.

Downtown Grand Nightlife

Downtown Grand Nightlife
Downtown Grand Nightlife

Stay at the Downtown Grand, and you’ll have plenty of nightlife options at your disposal. The casino hotel is at the heart of a 10-acre neighborhood district known as Downtown3rd, or “DT3.” When this district is completed, it will comprise at least 17 different restaurants and bars. Other downtown restaurants and bars are already established and only add to the nightlife options, and there is often plenty going on at the Fremont Street Experience both day and night. Of course, heading over to the Las Vegas Strip is also a possibility. Downtown Grand nightlife isn’t limited to nearby attractions and what’s available on The Strip, however. Guests can try their luck at the hotel’s casino, dine at one of the onsite restaurants, or socialize at one of the onsite bars. Since the Downtown Grand doesn’t have a curfew, you can extend your fun well into the morning hours, regardless of what your plans are.

Downtown Grand Restaurants

Downtown Grand Restaurants
Downtown Grand Restaurants

The Las Vegas dining scene is an attraction all its own, and every year, it evolves to include new and exciting offerings. The Downtown Grand restaurants keep the evolution going, providing guests and non-guests alike with some tempting options for where to eat. One of the onsite restaurants specializes in steak and seafood and is also known for its martinis, while another is a diner by day and a bistro at night. Other dining establishments at the Downtown Grand include a Chinese restaurant that blends tradition with innovation, a New York style delicatessen, and a sleek eatery near the lobby that showcases works by local artists. Prospective guests should also know that 11-time World Pizza Champion, Tony Gemignani, opened a restaurant right across the street from the Downtown Grand. In addition to award-winning gourmet pizzas, this restaurant serves up Kobe burgers, hand-crafted artisan cocktails, and other delights.

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