The D Las Vegas Tours
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Formerly known as Fitzgerald’s Casino, The D Las Vegas is set at the heart of the city’s historic downtown, and just steps from the Fremont Street Experience with its evening sound and light shows.
The hotel spent $22 million during a 2012 renovation, and today two levels of gambling halls accompany 638 rooms, restaurants, and evening shows. For the raucous and raunchy late night crowd, head to Jokesters Comedy Club where many of the city’s best comedians sling jokes that are definitely on the dirty side. Or, for an evening of side-splitting shows and theater, catch a performance of “Marriage Can Be Murder” or the Broadway show, “Defending a Caveman.” To keep the night going after the show, grab a drink at the Long Bar— which is the longest bar in Las Vegas—or test your luck at one of the tables that feature dancing dealers.
The D Las Vegas is about 20 minutes away from the Las Vegas airport. While the hotel has a number of casual restaurants, Joe Vicari’s Andiamo Italian Steakhouse is reputed to have one of the best steaks in Vegas and is a must if staying at the hotel.
Did You Know? The D Hotel is home to American Coney Island restaurant—the only one outside Michigan.
Address: 301 Fremont Street, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
2 Tours and Activities to Experience The D Las Vegas
Experience the neon sights and sounds of old Las Vegas on this guided, 2-hour, small-group walking tour. Discover one of the most famous streets in Las Vegas — Fremont Street — and hear the stories of how Sin City got it’s start. See some of the most fascinating attractions in old Las Vegas, like the Fremont Street Experience, Downtown Container Park and the Mob Museum, to name a few. A complimentary cocktail or beverage at the historic El Cortez Hotel and Casino is included.
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Face masks required for travelers in public areas
Face masks required for guides in public areas
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Stroll through downtown Las Vegas alongside a professional photographer on a 2-hour walking tour that explores the original heart of 'Sin City.' Heading downtown means photo ops in front of classic casinos and neon signs, with the chance to try the slot machines at The Four Queens and Binion's Gambling Hall. This tour includes a Champagne toast on Fremont Street, as well as photographs of your night in Las Vegas.
Frequently Asked Questions
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What's the best way to experience The D Las Vegas?
The best ways to experience The D Las Vegas are:
- The Pop Culture Walking Tour Downtown
- 2-Hour Downtown Las Vegas Walking Tour with Professional Photographer
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