The D Casino & Hotel offers a budget-friendly alternative to a stay on the Strip with a party of its own in trendy Downtown Las Vegas. The D is known for its lively party scene, low-cost rooms and proximity to Downtown Vegas attractions. The D offers direct access to the Fremont Street Experience downtown. As Vegas expert Kitty Yancey put it, The D (formerly Fitzgeralds Casino & Hotel) draws those who think the Strip is too pricey and packed with posers. The D offers great views of East Fremont Street.
The D’s outdoor bar is known for its go-go dancers. Flair bartender Martin Janica performs at the outdoor bar. A guest checks in at the lobby.
A standard room at The D Las Vegas features sharp contrasting colors and simple functionality. A standard room boasts beautiful views over Vegas, ample seating, a work space and a king bed. (Double queens are also available). The bathroom in a standard room offers a long, spacious counter.
Find toiletries from Bath & Body Works. The hallway in a suite area shows bold red doorways. A bedroom in a suite includes a work space, flat screen TV and plush king bed. The bedroom in a suite features dark tones and Vegas views. The bathroom in a suite features a double vanity with a marble countertop, and a walk-in shower. Find toiletries from L’Occitane in a suite bathroom.
The living room in a suite features an L-shaped sofa, dining table that seats four, and a flat-screen TV. The sofa in a suite offers ample space for sitting or sleeping. A suite room includes a bar area with seating for three.
The living and dining area in a two-bedroom D Suite can accommodate large groups comfortably. A two-bedroom D Suite adds a dining table that seats six. The living room in a two-bedroom D Suite boasts three flat-screen TVs and seating for six. The bar area in a two-bedroom D Suite seats three and offers spacious marble countertops. Guests in a two-bedroom suite can view East Fremont Street from above.
A playful door hanger offers privacy. Guests can dine at The D Grill for a hearty meal. D Grill serves up its signature ribs.
The D Grill offers Prime Rib with mashed potatoes. Diners can treat themselves to Stuffed French Toast at the D Grill. Dine more formally at Joe Vicari’s Andiamo Italian Steakhouse. The steakhouse offers a variety of Italian specialties.
Try Gnocchi Boscaiola, home-made potato dumplings tossed with wild mushrooms, Madiera wine, shaved Parmigiano-Reggiano and drizzled with truffle oil. Grilled Branzino is served with spinach, roasted peppers, chickpeas, lemon and sage. Classic Surf And Turf (filet mignon steak and lobster tail) is offered. Executive chef Joseph Parrino poses in a dining area in Joe Vicari’s Andiamo Italian Steakhouse. Guests can dine casually at the American Coney Island restaurant. The the American Coney Island restaurant is known for its chili dogs and chili fries.
An employee grills dozens of hot dogs. Customers stop in for chili dogs. Third-generation owner Grace Keros poses in the dining room. Members of the casino’s players club can check in at the D Club counter.
Grab a drink in the casino at the Long Bar. Flair bartender Kyle Poli creates shots with a “waterfall”. Signature cocktails include, from left, Blue Skittle, Green Tea, and Strawberry Lemonade. The D was the first place in the city to introduce a Bitcoin ATM, which can be found on the casino floor. Unlike most Las Vegas casinos, the D still has older slot machines that pay off in coins instead of tickets. A gambler shows off a portion of his winnings.
Gamblers try out a Sigma Derby horse racing machine in the Vintage Vegas area of The D Las Vegas. Mechanical horses “race” in a Sigma Derby racing machine in the casino. Tracy Noftz, left, and Rick Wammes, of Fremont, Ohio, play a Sigma Derby horse racing machine in the Vintage Vegas area. Tracy Noftz and Rick Wammes, left, of Fremont, Ohio, and Tamika and Robbie Ehn of Palmdale, Calif. play the Sigma Derby horse racing game. Catch shows like Laughternoon in the showroom inside the casino. CEO Derek Stevens poses at the Long Bar.
D casino-themed merchandise is displayed in the gift shop. D casino-themed hats are available in the gift shop. The sun sets downtown where The D Las Vegas lights up 4th St. and Carson Ave.
Flair bartender Kristian Mihailin performs. Pedestrians pass by the American Coney Island chili dog restaurant outside The D. Driver Martin Sipple poses by a stretch Ford Excusion limousine. Riders take the SlotZilla Zipline at the Fremont Street Experience.