I had initially booked a Suite for a three-night staty at Circa but decided to cancel it and book at DTG since it had been years since our last visit before moving to Las Vegas. Our room on 26th floor had an amazing view! But you could tell it lacked some TLC! The air condition unit was VERY loud, the carpet dirty with stains and the jacuzzi bath DIDN'T work! We called maintenance and they were not able to repair it! Apparently after looking, they determined that the bath had not been connected! Needless to say, we didn't have our "Romantic Night" like we planned. We could have probably moved to another suite, but we didn't want to repack and give up the top corner view! So, we stuck it out! The Customer Service Rep was very apologetic and compensated us for one night. !
I was pleasantly surprised by every aspect of my three- night stay at this hotel just off Freemont St. Outstanding check-ins, continental breakfast (included in my package) was better than expected, rooms were clean and generally well appointed (if you can ignore the absence of a fridge, micro or coffee-maker. Just far enough off Freemont for a decent night's sleep but a minute away from the action. Had less of a "factory" feel than some of the others. Good value! Could have used better lighting.
I an a fan of the old part of Las Vegas and it's current renewal. There was no parking fee here albeit, it is across the street with vagrants in the stairwells but just avoid that. The hotel has a pool available for guests until 7 when it begins to rent it out for pool parties. Casino was easy to move around and there are sufficient restaurants inside and outside to keep you satisfied. Staff was super nice too! Good price
The room is spacious and clean. No coffee machine or kettle, you only get two bottles of water. I gave it three stars because of the Staff. They are not friendly and they seem bored and they just want to get you out of their faces. Would I consider of coming again? Not at all.
The service was good and the room was quiet. Huge pluses. We also LOVE The location of the hotel but wouldn't stay there again. The beds were not comfortable, nor the pillows. There was no TV remote in the room and the TV and wifi didn't work in our tower. No view to speak of, only a wall. Had to pay $15 a night for a fridge, but it was worth it. The staff were apologetic about the TV and comped us the cost of the fridge. They also gave us a late check out and let us store our bags until we had to leave for the airport. Decent overall, but not spectacular.
I stayed at the Downtown Grand 1 weekend night back in April - this is a late review; my bad. Parking is supposed to be included in the resort fee at the parking garage across the way. There was a lot of construction ongoing at the time and I found it difficult to find the garage. Between the one-ways and construction I always ended up on the wrong side of the road with no way to cut back over. At one point, I just gave up and decided on valet. Valet was $20 for the night, and can be validated by spending $$ at one of their on property outlets or gambling using their card. This is what we ended up doing. From what I was told from others that parking garage was not very clean and the gate(s) weren't working as intended. Sounds like I made the correct choice as far as parking/valet/validation goes. To check-in I had to wait in line and get a physical key. Not really an issue, but many other hotels now offer contactless check-in which I generally prefer. I was placed in (what I assume) was the older tower. It was a little bit of a walk, but that's typical with most LV properties. The room seemed to be on the older side and could definitely do with some proper updating. I had no issue with sound...guess I was lucky there. Location is fabulous. It's not directly on Fremont, but certainly close enough. I am a fan of Pizza Rock and Triple George which are directly across the street. Pizza Rock has a lovely happy hour. The Mob Museum is directly behind the casino/hotel in walking distance. Casino has $1 blackjack which appears to be a big attraction. The rest of the carnival type games go for $5 a spot, until it goes to $10 in the evenings. I even saw a $25 table or two on this particular...never seen that before. And those tables were empty...not surprised. Not sure that I would stay here again, though the location was good and the casino has pretty good minimums. There are other hotels I may try in the Fremont Street area unless I get another good deal with DG.…
Ruined final day of vacation. We arrived early and they couldn’t check us into our room but could check us into an “upgraded” room for $20 more per night. Room was nice. Pool was nice although food was supposed to be available and was not. 4 drinks was $50. Craps table was the beat part of the stay. Freedom Beat restaurant was ok. Would be a better review except - Our flight didn’t leave until 8pm and they wouldn’t hold our luggage. So we had to drag our luggage around with us. We ended up just going to the airport extremely early. Most hotels offer this service. We would have paid a fee…. Big miss, DG.
Be aware due to the Fremont experience all the hotel rooms you can hear the music until 2am and later with the bass rocking through in the outside rooms, totally ruined my stay making it hell - they should warn you on the description when booking. Also the stated 'continental' breakfast is diabolical and people should be warned as nothing like a continental breakfast, on a good day you have a coffee, a pastry (so croissant or bagel) a pot of yoghurt and a piece of fruit (apple or banana) and packed in a bag for you. Yesterday i arrived at 9.50am and there was no pastry and no fruit so i had a coffee and a yoghurt only, this is all that was available and the staff did not care one bit, it seems the hotel is perfectly alright with accepting this as an included paid for breakfast?
Do yourself a favor and choose another hotel. We have traveled a lot and have seen a lot of properties but this one is not worth your money. This hotel hosts pool parties on the weekends (cost $20--$50 to attend) and the noise from the party is so loud we could not sleep even with ear plugs in. Also, during the day you cannot sit by the pool unless you pay at least $30 to have a lounger (money goes towards drinks but so what?) No wonder there were so many people hanging on the walls of the pool. The bed sheets are not fitted and are too short for the queen beds so the bottom and top of the mattress pad is exposed (Yuck!). The shower has a half wall...does not have a door or curtain so the floor gets wet and you are cold during your shower. Also, there is no refrigerator or coffee maker in the rooms (but whoo hoo! They have an ironing board! JOKE) There are plenty of other hotels to choose from so go somewhere else. Only good things here... room did not smell and we enjoyed the $1 blackjack tables so our adult children could learn to play.…
The room was good and clean, beds comfortable but it doesn’t even have a refrigerator in the room. Parking was in a public parking in the back of the hotel, not a safe parking, a lot of homeless on the way from the parking garage to the hotel, it was so dirty and stinky because people were peeing and doing gross stuff around the parking, not to mention that for many times I had to spend a lot of time looking for a spot because it gets full during nighttime because of the parties and clubs around. Also, we need to validate the parking ticket at the front desk every time we needed to get out of the parking which is such a bummer. We were in the 9th floor and I could hear from my room the noise from outside that was very loud, specially because of the pool parties at the hotel pool. During the day the access to the bridge to our tower was so crowded because of the party and we had to go in the middle of those people to get to the elevator. Paid for the resort but didn’t get to enjoy anything that was involved with that fee.…