The D Las Vegas
301 Fremont St.
Las Vegas, NV 89101
The D Las Vegas is home to a 42,000 square-foot casino voted "The Best Slots Downtown" in the 2010 Las Vegas Readers Poll, and the new “Party Pit,” complete with go-go dancers and red-hot dealers. Are you feeling lucky?
All 638 guestrooms at The D Las Vegas include TVs with cable/satellite channels and pay movies and in-room safes. Guests stay connected with voice mail and Internet access.
Standardshow detailsStretch out in comfort in a room with one king or two queen beds. Amenities include a TV, coffee maker, in-room safe, hair dryer, ironing board, and high-speed Internet (nominal charge).
- Cable/satellite television channels
- CD clock radio
- Complimentary Toiletries
- Crib upon request
- Hair Dryer
- In-room safe
- Individual temperature control
- Iron and Ironing Board
- Pay movies
- Rollaways Available
Joe Vicari’s Andiamo Italian Steakhouse
A favorite among Detroiters, Joe Vicari’s Andiamo Italian Steakhouse has made its way to downtown Las Vegas. The menu features products from the nation’s top butchers including Pat LaFrieda and Stockyard Premium beef, all natural Strauss® Lamb and Veal and premium free range chicken that is hormone and antibiotic free. Personally prepared tableside Caesar salad, seafood that is flown in daily from across the globe and homemade signature pastas and award-winning sauces have made this Detroit’s number one steakhouse. The menu is complemented by an impressive list of more than 80 wines.
D Grill offers guests contemporary American fare in a sleek new setting. With a diverse menu offering more than 75 breakfast, lunch, dinner and dessert items, there is something to please every appetite. Each meal at D Grill is prepared completely from scratch using only fresh, never frozen ingredients. D Grill is open daily on the second-floor adjacent to the Vintage Casino.
American Coney Island
Detroit’s iconic American Coney Island brings its first out-of-state location to the D. A favorite of Detroiters and visitors for nearly a century, American Coney Island is the oldest family-owned business in Detroit. Founder Gust Keros coined the phrase “Coney Dog” and introduced the now legendary treat to the city of Detroit in 1917. The high-quality, specially seasoned, natural-casing Dearborn sausage brand hotdog is topped with the Keros family secret recipe Coney Island Chili Sauce, fine mustard and sweet chopped onions, and served in a warm steamed bun. The restaurant has continued to attract loyal patrons from every generation in Detroit and around the country.
Located at the casino front entrance, this is the perfect spot to take a quick and delicious break from the all of the gaming action. Enjoy the convenience and value anytime of the day or night.
Amenities at the D Las Vegas include a video jukebox lounge, two floors of gaming, several dining options, and much more.
*Additional fees may apply for select amenities and services.
LaughterNoon starring Adam London
Comedy-magician Adam London loves ducks; he’s obsessed with them! This afternoon comedy magic show is hilarious and highly engaging. London’s tricks have a mix of whimsy and wit with clever slight of hand magic.
Marriage Can Be Murder
Be a part of the mystery, be a part of the fun! Nightly inside the newly renovated Showroom at the D Las Vegas for a murder-mystery dinner-show like no other. Actors are planted throughout the audience so you'll never know if the odd person at your table is an actor, or just an odd person!
Defending the Caveman
Defending the Caveman speaks to anyone who has ever been in a relationship. The performance carries on like a conversation, and dives into the differences couples may face through witty banter and insightful observations – teaching the audience they’re not alone in navigating relationships - the ways one fight, laugh and love.
Please note: Guests will be required to present a valid photo ID and a credit card upon hotel check-in. Hotel package prices include room and room tax only, and do not cover incidental charges, parking fees, cleaning fees, or resort fees which some hotels may collect upon check-in to cover added-value services such as spa, fitness, phone charges or energy fees. In most cases, guests must be at least 21 years old to check in and there must be one person at least 21 years old staying in each room. Most hotel check-in times are 2:00pm to 3:00pm and most hotel check-out times are 11:00am to 12:00pm. To avoid confusion, please note that your flight departure date and time may be different from your hotel checkout date and time.
The USD $20 (plus tax) per room, per night Resort Fee includes:
- Free WI-FI
- Local phone calls
- $10 off voucher for any of the shows at the D (one per registered guest, per night)