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Location was great
Our toilet broke twice while we were there. First time I requested a new room to avoid this. They sent technicians up to fix it and they did fix it... but it did the same thing again the next night at 1am. Techs dame up and ended up replacing a part. I would have preferred to just move rooms the first time, but the customer service re said they have to have a tech come up and check it out first... she probably thought I was lying and trying to get an upgraded room. lol and the rooms we stayed in and got a complimentary upgrade in at check in, didn’t have mini fridges... I thought most places had that in Vegas
Location ...but it was a double edged sword.. Loud because of its location to Fremont st
Noise reduction at an earlier time
All staff was helpful and courteous. We had a great time!
Everything was wonderful. If I had to complain about anything, I would say that there was some street noise until quite late, but the hotel couldn't help that.
Cleanliness and quietness
A tub would have been nice.
The location is perfect for a couple of days in downtown Las Vegas. The hotel pool was nice though it does need shade and it should stay open past 7 PM.
The showers seem to have mildew. The carpets turned to the bottoms of my white socks nearly black. In the past year it seems that housekeeping does not do as attentive a job as my last visit. They were hand and butt imprints on the window from the last guest.
Loved the king bed and sofa suite; loved the location; loved the coffee stop just off the elevators in the casino. Loved easy access to the hotel from Fremont Street.
I didn't know there was a fitness center or business center to print my boarding pass. They should promote that more.
Very noisy on Fremont. Hall smelled like pot quite often but that was not hotel fault. They dealt promptly without us even having to mention it
The casino is right on Fremont Street.
The rooms are dated and lacking in standard creature comforts most hotels provide. I.e. bedside outlets/Usb ports, refrigerator, coffee pot, hairdryer or bottled water.
Loved being on Freemont street. Location was great. Big clean room. Felt very new.
My room was above a music stage, so sleeping anytime before 1am was impossible; but this is Vegas, so who wants to sleep before 1am? Other than the noise, not much to critique.
The staff was friendly and helpful
The accomodation sure were awful! The Hotel Room was in very, very poor condition and not clean properly.
The bathroom was nicely renovated. Andiamos steakhouse was amazing.
Don't get a room with a view of Freemont St. It was very loud well into the night. Also the hotel changed our reservation. We had booked a king room and the put us in a double bed room and wouldn't fix it
If planning a trip to Downtown Las Vegas, The D Las Vegas is a great option for a hotel near all the attractions of the city. It stands 34 stories high and is attached to its own casino.
There are 629 deluxe rooms available to guests. Each room includes an in-room safe, a 32-inch TV, and high speed Internet access. Guests can choose from double queen rooms, king rooms, or corner king premium rooms, all of which overlook the city. There are also two options for suites with separate bedroom areas, either with one or two bedrooms in them.
For guests that need a break from the casino, there is a pool area with an outdoor pool and a relaxing Jacuzzi. A newly renovated fitness center is also accessible to guests and is open 24 hours.
Within the hotel area, there are three different dining options as well as a coffee stand. For those looking to plan special events in the area, the D features 11,000 square feet of modern convention space for a variety of different parties and events.
Car rentals from Enterprise Rent-a-Car are conveniently located near the D valet area for any guests that need their own transportation. For any assistance with vacation planning, there is a talented concierge team that is able to help with any scheduling or general information about Las Vegas.
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The D Las Vegas is located about a 25m drive north of McCarran International Airport. If you arrive at Terminal 1, you can hail a taxi outside exits 1-4, and if you fly into Terminal 3, taxis are located on level zero. Picking up a rental car from the airport? Catch the free shuttle to the McCarran Rent-a-car Center to collect your vehicle and drive to the hotel. Prefer to travel by public transport? Take the 109 bus from the airport to Clark @ 4th and walk for about 7m to the hotel. If you want to visit the Las Vegas Strip, there is a bus stop one block east of The D.
The D Grill is open for breakfast from 6:00 am with a varied menu including the Country Fried Steak with sausage gravy, hash browns, and two eggs, and The Little Three with two eggs any style, sweet cream pancakes, and bacon. The Bennies are also a breakfast favorite, with options such as the Traditional Benedict with Canadian bacon and the Veggie Benedict with sautéed spinach, tomatoes, and hollandaise. Guests can build their own breakfast omelet or order the churro French toast, strawberry pancakes, or huevos rancheros straight from the griddle.
The Fremont Street Experience is the place to party at the D Las Vegas, with three stages and a schedule of DJs, tribute bands, and live shows. The centerpiece is the 1,500-ft Viva Vision video screen with 12.5 million LED lights. Guests can also book concerts and events at the Downtown Las Vegas Center. If you’re in the mood for a laugh, the Showroom at the D plays host to top stand-up comedians and entertaining shows.
If you’re craving a drink or snack during your vacation at the D Vegas, stop by the Coffee Stand at The D for a hot coffee, chai, turmeric latte or tea. Blended drinks, iced drinks, and smoothies are also available. Detroit favorite American Coney Island is open 24/7 serving Dearborn sausage hot dogs with mustard and chopped onions. If you need something more substantial, the D Grill serves appetizers such as spinach-artichoke dip, wings, popcorn shrimp, quesadillas, and sliders.
If you are a hockey fan and want to see the Vegas Golden Knights in action, book one of the deals available on KAYAK, which will give you access to the D Luxury Suite at T-Mobile Arena, and stay in a deluxe room at the hotel. If you would like to host a fantasy football draft party with your friends, packages are available including a mancave rental with four TVs, food and drinks, a cocktail server, and a draft kit for the group.
the D Las Vegas is located at 301 Fremont Street in Downtown, 0.5 miles from the centre of Las Vegas. Fremont Street Experience is the closest landmark to the D Las Vegas.
Check-in time is 15:00 and check-out time is 12:00 at the D Las Vegas.
Yes, the D Las Vegas offers free Wi-Fi.
Yes, the D Las Vegas offers free parking.
No, the D Las Vegas does not offer free airport shuttle service.
the D Las Vegas is 5.8 miles from Las Vegas McCarran. the D Las Vegas is 22.1 miles from Las Vegas Boulder City.
No, pets are not allowed at the D Las Vegas.
Yes, the D Las Vegas has a pool on-site.