Located beneath the vibrant lights of the famous Fremont Street Experience, the D Las Vegas delivers the fresh, energetic attitude and fun atmosphere synonymous with downtown Las Vegas. The boasts 638 remodeled modern rooms and a unique two-level casino where guests can enjoy high-energy gaming with beautiful dancing dealers on the first floor; and a Vintage Vegas experience on the second, featuring the beloved Sigma Derby simulated horse-racing game. Cocktails, beer and frozen beverages abound inside the casino at LONGBAR or on Fremont Street at D Bar, where talented, trickster bartenders send bottles and glasses flying through the air. For delicious eats 24/7, the D serves up Detroit’s legendary Coney Dogs and more at American Coney Island on Fremont Street.
LocationLas Vegas - Downtown
General Policies & Fine Print
Hotel requires a credit/debit card authorization or cash deposit upon check-in for incidentals; this will place a hold on your funds and cancel period for The D Las Vegas is 72 hours.
Individuals attending a convention cannot book this property for their stay. If found attending a convention, guests may be subject to higher room rates upon arrival.
Hotel Spring Break Policy:
This hotel cannot guarantee a spring-break-free environment.
Room taxes are included in vacation price.
Minimum night stay restrictions may apply.
Reservation changes may not be permitted unless authorized by the hotel.
Customer Ratings & Reviews
TripAdvisor Traveler Rating3554 reviews
If you plan on sleeping don’t stay here
Awful hotel. DO NOT STAY AT HOTEL IF YOU ENJOY OUTSIDE MUSIC BLARING UNTIL 2 AM EVERY NIGHT. My windows were shaking in the room. The music comes from Fremont street.Front desk was no help at addressing the issue. My sister was farther away from Fremont street than I was and it was just as bad. Homeless is really bad in the area and don’t feel safe.
Barcanada has no respect to Canadians
Went to BarCanada to watch the gold medal world juniors game and the manager would not put the game on the big tv or with volume. Instead played golf on the big screen with many Canadians coming there to watch. How can you call yourself bar canada when you wont even play the biggest CANADA game of the year on the TV?? Place is a joke and obviously has nothing to do with canada. Bar manager was absolutly ignorant as well. Said nope and have a good day… We came here obviously figuring a bar that promotes Canada and uses Canada as its slogan and advertising would play the biggest Canadian game of the year but could care less about the many Canadians that came to watch the big game. Don’t use our country’s name and promote our country to make money if your not going to respect our sport and the biggest Canada game of the year! Highly highly do not recommend to any Canadains. Dont be fooled like we were. The irony of it all, we went to a bar called America and happily played the game with full sound and the bar was packed. Barcanada and the manager should be ashamed of themselves and is obviously just using our Country’s name to make profit while disrespecting our culture.
"D" is for Disappointment
We arrived on 12/30 for a 2-night stay. The music in the valet area was very loud (almost overwhelming). When we entered the hotel we found that the music there was very loud as well- so much so that we could hardly hear the desk clerk. We went to our room, and it was crazy loud there too. We'd had a very long drive and just wanted to relax so I called the front desk to see what time the music was expected to end, and they told us 1AM. This wasn't going to work for us so we asked to get our money back and leave. It was a busy holiday weekend so I'm sure they knew that they could fill the room, so they allowed us to go. At a slower time of year, we may not have been as lucky. Moral of the story: Fine for late night partiers, but DO NOT STAY HERE IF YOU WANT TO SLEEP. NOTE: There were two security officers going door to door on our floor and opening empty rooms, as we were leaving. Not sure who/what they were looking for but I'm glad we didn't hang around to find out.
Great location on Fremont Street, party like atmosphere
This is the first time we have ever stayed on Fremont st. I have heard a lot of good things about The D and the price was right for this trip. We went for the premium king corner room. Our room was 2024 which was right by the elevator. Our window looked out onto the 3rd street stage. Because of the all night party that is Fremont, it was quite loud most of the day and night. We were high enough it wasn't super loud but anything bassy was obnoxious. The room itself was clean. A big lack of outlets. We basically couldn't plug anything in by the nightstands which was annoying as people who have phones and other electronics. The bathroom was nice and the shower was good. The shower drain was blocked up and the water drained very slowly, which was worrying with how shallow it is. The phone didn't seem to work, every call made to the front desk was met with a busy signal. Security did a check on our 3rd day since we had our do not disturb up for multiple days, which I know is standard now. They were respectful and kind. All the staff we interacted with were super friendly. The front desk and concierge staff were great! Everyone seemed to be enjoying their job. The casino itself was nice. A lot of good variety in slots. It wasn't overly smokey. It becomes very lively at night with the dancing ladies behind the table games. The D is a great place to stay if you want to be right in the action and like the party atmosphere.
No table or chairs in room and would not bring any.
I would not stay here again I contacted the front desk twice and talked to housekeeping twice trying to get a table and chairs in the room but to no avail. One of us had to sit on the bed or floor to have a cup of coffee or a drink. I had reservations for 3 nites but left after one nite