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Downtown Vegas’ Newest Hotel Offers Taste Of Old Las Vegas

Those who know Las Vegas history know that downtown Las Vegas is the real Las Vegas, and not the Strip. The Strip is not even in the city of Las Vegas, but sits in Paradise and Winchester in Clark County.

Fremont Street is currently undergoing some major changes. In the last two years we have seen the closing of the Las Vegas Club, Glitter Gulch, and Mermaids. At some time in the future, hopefully, the near future, there will be some new venues take their place.

There hasn’t been any recent openings of new hotels in the city. The newest hotel that has opened in the City of Las Vegas  is the Downtown Grand Las Vegas. This property rose from the frame of the Lady Luck, that after extensive renovations became the Grand. The Grand opened in 2013.

What does this hotel offer Vegas visitors who wish to stay downtown? From their website:

Voted “Best Hotel Value in Las Vegas” by the Las Vegas Review Journal. The Downtown Grand Hotel & Casino offers a more authentic Las Vegas experience. Enjoy our newly refurbished hotel rooms and suites, multiple onsite dining options from the timeless Triple George Grill Steakhouse, the smash hit Pizza Rock to the infamous Hogs & Heifers Saloon. On the casino rooftop you will find the newly opened Citrus at the Grand Pool Deck, a refreshing twist on the largest pool deck in all of Downtown Las Vegas.

They have the largest pool in downtown Las Vegas. They say: Our newly renovated 35,000 square foot pool deck is the largest in downtown Las Vegas, featuring fresh new decor, and entertainment, outdoor games, and an all-new menu with weekday specials.

Read more about their restaurants, casino, events, and prices by click here. As with any Vegas hotel, check out the resort fees. This hotel charges $23 per night resort fees.

The Downtown Grand is a just a short walk north of the Fremont Experience. Check out this hotel on your net trip.

 

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