With a stay at the D Las Vegas, you'll be centrally located in Las Vegas, steps from Fremont Street Experience and Fremont Street Flightlinez. This casino hotel is within close proximity of Mob Museum and Las Vegas City Hall.
Make yourself at home in one of the 629 air-conditioned rooms featuring flat-screen televisions. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and cable programming is available for your entertainment. Private bathrooms with shower/tub combinations feature complimentary toiletries and hair dryers. Conveniences include safes and irons/ironing boards, as well as phones with free local calls.
Rec, Spa, Premium Amenities
Head straight for the casino, or wait for that lucky feeling while you enjoy one of the other recreational opportunities, such as a nightclub and an outdoor pool. Additional features include complimentary wireless Internet access, gift shops/newsstands, and wedding services.
Grab a bite to eat at one of the hotel's dining establishments, which include 4 restaurants and a coffee shop/café. Relax with a refreshing drink at one of the 3 bars/lounges. Breakfast is available daily for a fee.
Business, Other Amenities
Featured amenities include a computer station, dry cleaning/laundry services, and a 24-hour front desk. Free valet parking is available onsite.
place was clead and nice up dates
could never get us into a king room an upper floor 25 facing freemont even though they had them the mgr. hung dropped the ball after two calls to hotel asking about request and never noted account. and they keep bumping us because they said people were coming in on fri-sat even when we were there first on wed.
The staff were friendly and helpful.
Rooms were far too small for prove that we paid.
A really nice room. Much better than I remember at the Fitzgerald. They did a lot of work here.
Could not get the room key to work on the parking while exiting. Had to pay to get out, but after contacting they compensated.
Fresh look and upgrades throughout. They were even improving the look of the parking structure which was free and easy to use with your room key as a guest. Our room was clean, had a brand new tub/shower insert, fresh new carpeting and floor tile. The bedding and linens were also good. They remodeled for the era, there are three empty outlets at top of nightstand level, and also two built in USB outlets. The wi-fi was included "free" in that crazy hidden charge that Vegas calls a "Resort Fee". There was also a handy security safe in the room. State of the art in Elevator Control Systems which got you to and from your room quickly. The "D" is also head and shoulders above the other resorts on Fremont Street (It's a tall building). We stayed on the 24th floor. Exterior bar along Fremont Street had some pretty talented bartenders juggling liquor bottles. Or maybe jugglers that could also mix drinks, Im not really sure. Front desk was contacted in person twice and both times service was excellent. Good place to stay if you like the downtown. Along with the D's restaurants, there is also a McDonald's right inside if you need a quick bite.
Pool seemed in an odd location but it worked. Shady "Resort Fee" that all hotels are battling with to move their room costs up and down in search engines. I can't wait till those are illegal and all the hotels have to put their real actual room cost right up front. It takes half a day to determine shop for how much a room actually costs in Las Vegas. At least Kayak detects most of the "Resort Fees" and includes them in the "Total Price."
The stay wasnt too bad. First day after arriving the front desk lady was rude. Then I got stuck in a elevator with my friend after putting my things away upstairs. The front desk was rude and the security team didn't know what to do with someone stuck in the elevator and couldn't give anyone answers to questions and never asked if someone needed medical attention or if everyone was ok. After all this mishap on the first day the rest of the stay was fine.
Did an overnight here before continuing our drive. Conventionality located on the Fremont Strip. Our two beds room was located on the smoking floor which was a little disappointing, but other than that great room.
The hotel had some gambling and some dining (the breakfast at the d grill was really big and quite good). It worked as a decent home base for Vegas. The blackjack tables there pay more than most if not all the casinos on the strip (on a blackjack).
With the inclusion of a $23 hotel fee for every night, the listed price is not as competitive as it seems at first glance. The hotel is on Fremont street and right next to a live music stage and while the music was nice the performance goes until 1 and the pulse of the bass made sleeping difficult. If you're picking this place for the cost a warning... the cab ride to and from the airport will be about $20 more each way. The hotel does not have a shuttle to the strip ($20 cab fare or $8 bus pass)
The price was good for the weekend and the room was clean and functional. The staff was friendly and attentive, but this hotel wasn't really memorable. Which can be good or bad, it's a clean room off of Fremont Street. I did enjoy the bathroom amenities, most hotels get really cheap and shitty soaps and shampoos and the D had nice Bath & Body items.
Although it's not the hotel's fault at all, we were on a low floor and it was noisy until 2 AM because of the festivities on Fremont Street. Luckily the AC unit is really loud and drowned out most of the noise, but it was a nuisance. Also the water pressure could use some help, but otherwise it was a decent place.
Overall its a cheap way to spend a weekend in Vegas.
Their check in staff could afford to be a bot friendlier.
Modern feel of the hotel and good coffee shop.
Had corner room and was awakened by weird pounding noises at 5:00am. Noises last almost 2 hours.
Room was nice and simple even thought I got a smoking room which I did not ask for . It didn't smell bad
No mini fridge in room... Come on? And the parking structure is crazy .
The only thing I liked was the fact that the manager was willing to give us extended late check out without charge. On top of 30$ in food and beverage to use at restraint. BUT That was ONLY because of everything that went wrong.
First room was hot AC did not work and we paid extra for the fridge and it wasn't working well. We spent 2 hours in the hallway keeping cool while they replaced ac. They said it was fixed as well as fridge. We left all our food there and were late to our show. After coming back the the room was hotter than when we first arrived and our food went bad. They would not refund us stay or give us extra night (which honestly wasnt something I'd do) After fixing the AC a second time I was fed up. All they did was switch us rooms and give us food credit and extended stay for an extra 2 hours. Second room was still hot but much cooler than the first one. Staff was rude at the restraunt. I think I'm more upset at the fact that it was night after my wedding and it was a bad experience! Waste of money and time. For the rest of the weekend I just booked my nights at the Fremont across the street. It may have been a bit smaller but price was cheaper and staff was wonderful. Room was better decorated as well. I wouldn't even go back to The D ever again!
The hotel was very nice, everyone was friendly.
The shower headlined in and out from the wall, the bathtub faucet still had water coming out of it when you turned it to just be the short head, and part of the tub paint was peeling off near the drain.
The staff was very friendly.
The cleanliness could of been better.
The theme and style for sure. Has a great old school feel with modern style. rooms are what you need and up to date so to speak. Elevator staff was accomidating and friendly. Bartenders poured a good drink.
The service from dealers and waitreses was poor, unfriendly and lacking on multiple occations. Sat at a 21 table through two pit boss changes and three dealer changes and not 1 waitress showed up. I specifically had asked all bosses and dealers individually to please send a waitress. Got nothing for over 40 min or so. (The pool) or lack there of. No pool basically, no drinks at pool, no attending staff whatsoever, think small apartment pool literally. Located on street corner literally. Wait there was with some plastic chairs, is that a positive . At over 100 degrees this issue needs hands down the most attention as far as the comforts go. For gambling and a good drink (if you can get one) its good. Thats it.
cheap, on fremont,
construction noise, slow internet, parking garage is annoying, never had a hot shower, pool did not look inviting
This was the wores experience i hve ever had in vegas kayak should thake this hotel out off their list elevators didnt work all weekend i had a handicap with my group staf are so rude rooms are dirty just the wores ever
easy access to the Freemont Street "Experience" (light-show, neon and rock n roll blazing, zip-line, crowds) easy access to the "other" Freemont experience (quirky neon, quiet streets, fun "dive-y" clubs, fresh-markets & cafes, container-park, hipsters) price was in-line with the size of the room, location etc. perfect for nightowls/those who don't spend a lot of time in their room the pool is super-basic, no schtick, no hoopla, niiiiice and quiet and sunny they are working hard to upgrade their elevators
slow elevators (which they were working on while I was there) and a strange way of calling them the decor/finishes from the vintage hotel are dark both times I've stayed here, I was able to hear the rock n roll/light shows from Freemont street in my room (they end at midnight); if you're a light sleeper, this is not the place for you
everything about it was great
I can't think of anything I didn't like about it
the staff was friendly and professional. Rooms where clean and beds comfy
the pool was not what I expected from a vegas hotel. the patio area and pool was small
Conveniently located to many good restaurants
Location...very loud outside my window. Not in the best area. Do yourself a favor and stay on the strip. This place is 5 miles away from the strip.
Our room smelled of cigarets EVERY morning even though it was a non-smoking room. The hallway and elevators smelled of sewage our whole stay! The stench even snuck into our rooms in the evening
Front desk was very helpful and offered upgrade. She was also very polite and welcoming. The hotel room was clean and stocked well and i loved the view.
Thought my room would be a little bigger since i did the up grade to junior suite but other than that i enjoyed my stay.
Staff was friendly. Good location on freemont.
Had no hot water in room. Room itself was ok but definitely not worth the $240 for two nights. Also charged $22 resort fee per night during check out. I didn't even use any mediocre amenities. Not bad for an average freemont hotel but definitely not worth the main strip price. Golden gate has more bang for its buck.
They charged us for $22.50 resort fee which we didn't see it mentioned when booking. I needed a wheelchair and they had us waited for an hour for the wheelchair to get to the garage...Also, they gave me a really smelly room, smells like smoking room but they said it was non-smoking. We will never return!
Room was clean, staff was ok, I arrived on MlK parade called hotel how to get there 1st person hung up on me, 2nd person told me I had to park at parking garagd across the street and pay $5 all day for prkg, which I knew The D had free prkg for guests, 3rd person actually stoped asked for assistance and came back to me with good information. When I got there they found my reservation right away, dissapointed that I had to put $100 deposit which I didnt see on the website, if I knew that I would have stayed at a different hotel, rate for that day way reasonable compared to others on freemont street. The parking garage guest parking is 7th floor and up but parking garage casino elevator was close to both front desk and room elevators which are a plus esp since i had a stroller. If you have a family I don't recommend, its very very loud casino and though I was on the 15th floor i could hear everything on the street, like honking, police siren, its not sound proof. Overall if you are going with friends then I would recommend price was fair at last minute.
Elevators were easily the worst I've ever experienced - a serious problem for this place.
Beds were comfortable. rooms were clean. free wifi.
Very noisy. There was a concert going on down on Freemont st until midnight which kept us early risers awake. Pool and spa closed quite early at 7pm.
The reception is standoffish. the restrooms can be slot cleaner. MOSTLY the noise level is unreal. Too loud and the room vibrates from the speakers.
How close it was on fFreemont street.
I had to go to the lobby 4 separate times to get new key cards. I could never get into my room.
The bed was comfortable.
They put us in a smoking room even though we requested for a non-smoking room on the first night. The air was really bad. There is no coffee maker in any of their rooms. It was leaking in the bathroom from the sprinkler and our bathroom was flooded so bad.
Location was interesting, newly revived downtown Las Vegas, on Fremont st.
1. Sleezy hotel, bikini dancers on tables, bikini clad dealers, bikini bartenders. 2. front desk not helpful and gives you the run around. We wanted a nonsmoking room. They did not have any so asked us to check back tomorrow. The next morning, at 8 am, they said they are sold out and cannot switch. But could they not get us into a nonsmoking room as soon as someone checks out? Yes but no one has yet. Checked back at 11am, oh, our policy, cannot switch rooms when sold out. 3. Would not allow a late check out for even 3pm on a Monday when hotel is no longer full. 4. The smoke smell in the room ruined the whole experience. Definitely did not want to go back to hotel room after a long day of being out. 5. Housekeeping did not have spare toothbrush. 6. Garage parking is difficult since you would have to drive around in circles to the 10th floor to get a space.