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The D

The D logo The D The former Fitzgeralds downtown has been reinvented as a high-energy party spot, with go go-dancing dealers and flair bartenders. The 629 deluxe rooms have been refurbished and offer two queen beds, an in-room safe, HDTVs, and high-speed Internet, with hotel amenities including a pool, an Enterprise Rent-a-Car is desk, and a Bitcoin ATM. There's also one two-room suite, which features a full wet-bar, two refrigerators, three flat screen TVs, and a mountain view. The casino is on two levels, with the upper floor featuring a limited number of coin-in slot machines and one of Las Vegas only two surviving Sigma Derby horse-racing games.

The D
301 E. Fremont St.
Las Vegas
Area: Downtown
702/388-2400
800/274-5825
Official Web Site
Overall Rating:
  • Currently 1.5/5

1.5/5 Rating

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Comments (3 comments):
poker macines - you go girl (05/14/2016) - 1 out of 5 stars
Been staying at the Fitz (now the D) for many years due to they had the "old school poker machines" upstairs. Stayed at the "D" during the month of Feb 2016 and noticed that all those oldies are gone now. Didn't play much on this last trip due to that and don't really intend on staying there in the future either. Machines are very tight now...also their daily hotel room fees are ridiculously high for a downtown hotel...so sad...

Resort fees - IPourYouDrink (01/21/2016) - 1 out of 5 stars
The resort fees has forced me to abandon the D as a considered place to stay on any of my return trips to Las Vegas. Little do they know they would be drowning in business if they were one of the few who didnt charge a ridiculous profit fee.

noisy - Jeffcox (09/20/2015) - 2 out of 5 stars
The D took out a nickel Loose Deuces machine with a potential payout above 100 percent. To be fair, the machine was ancient. However, without it, the D is just noisy and crowded. I have met many friendly workers there, and the D does try for a little of the old-time downtown atmosphere, but better offerings are available.

Permanent Shows:

Defending the Caveman - 8:40 p.m., nightly - (G) $50.23/$61.13/$78.48*
Jokesters Comedy Club - 10:30 p.m., nightly - (G) $42.40/$53.50 VIP*
Laughternoon - 4 p.m., daily - (G) $36.15/$41.60*
Marriage Can Be Murder - 6:30 p.m., nightly - (G) $88.38/$104.73/$122.08*
 

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