301 Fremont Street // Las Vegas Downtown » map
|Rating:||★ ★ ★ ☆ ☆ ☆|
|Pricing:||$ $ $ $ $|
|Resort Fee:||$20/day plus tax plus $6/day self parking|
|Comp Club:||Club D|
|Drink Service:||Slow but steady|
|Deals:||5 deals for The D|
Real Deal on the The D
Refreshed from top to bottom in 2013 with restaurant openings spilling over into 2013, The D has become one of the focal points of Downtown Las Vegas' resurgence. With active ownership (Trippies 2013 person of the Year Derek Stevens) that understands the balance of offering good stuff for good prices and freshly renovated good stuff to offer, The D launched itself to the top tier of DTLV properties.
Are the vibes lucky at The D?
Good time gambling... positive vibes, positive energy. Unlike some other joints downtown (Las Vegas Club etc) the casinos can be pretty spooky and a little depressing... not The D. Their crews are good, the odds are good and its a good time gamble.
What casino games are offered at The D?
The D's completely renovated casino floor to 32 gaming tables including some you won't find in too many places in all of Vegas: Blackjack (blackjacks pay 3:2), Ultimate Texas Hold Em, Fortune Pai Gow, Pai Gow Mania, Roulette, Three Card Poker (pays 3 to 1 on a flush - kick ass!), Hold Em' Fold Em, Let It Ride, Craps (10x odds), plus a whole host of Slots and good Video Poker (not at the Long Bar) and Keno. William Hill Sports Book is happy to take your action on horse racing and sports betting. Check upstairs for some vintage "coin in" slots and a Sigma Derby machine... don't forget to bring some wet-naps and take a coin bucket.
Does The D have casino comps?
Comps are tracked by the new Club D rewards club. Club D comes in two levels, Silver and Black. Comps include free slot play, discounted hotel rates, self service comps and preferred reservations for The D's events and dining locations.