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Downtown Las Vegas Hotels – Neon flash and vintage on one end, and old-school cool with a hipster attitude on the other. Here, it all works. With the arrival of the El Cortez Cabana Suites and the Golden Nugget’s Rush Tower, this walkable district is charged with a new energy. And it may be the best people-watching spot in town. Downtown Las Vegas is where the crazy-wonderfulness of Vegas began and it’s where you’ll find some of the most memorable Las Vegas experiences today. Here is where classic Vegas meets new Vegas in a mash-up that has created quirky nightlife – cosplay bar meet biker bar; dynamic dining from decadent donuts to vegan faves. From cheap drinks and affordable hotels, to ziplining through the neon lights of Fremont Street, downtown Las Vegas puts the Vegas in your trip.
Enter The Plaza hotel under the classic twinkling dome and feel like a high roller. Then stride across the marble floors into plush, luxurious rooms with first-class amenities and exceptional service. It’s the result of a $35 million overhaul. And you’ll feel the excitement throughout the hotel. Step right out the front door to explore Fremont Street.
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    Fremont Street is home to most of downtown’s hotels and casinos. These are the original casinos of Las Vegas, which existed before the more famous Las Vegas Strip. Featuring several historical hotel-casinos in an urban setting, it offers a more intimate and vintage experience compared to the Strip. The Fremont Street Experience is a canopied street of the downtown area where casinos have been connected to the street and to each other in a unique visual manner. With more than 2 million lights and a state-of-the-art sound system, the Fremont Street Experience brings nightly shows through the world’s largest audio-video system. The $70 million attraction features the ultimate in multisensory entertainment. It also provides a variety of exciting special events, cuisine, entertainment and live concerts throughout the year.


    The D Las Vegas. Formerly Fitzgerald’s, The D is the place to be, no matter what your game. You’ll find some of downtown’s most exciting casino action at The D, as well as an irresistible atmosphere including stunning go-go dealers. The D is double the fun with two floors of casino games, with the second floor featuring all your favorite classic slots. While you’re up there, make sure to look for a chunk of the Blarney Stone. The restaurant offerings at The D are stand-outs, including Andiamo Italian Steakhouse, D Grill and American Coney Island.

    Four Queens Hotel and Casino
    The appeal of the Four Queens Hotel and Casino begin with its iconic neon, but the fun doesn’t stop there. This popular casino has everything you could ask for in a downtown Las Vegas destination. Beyond the always-hopping casino, there are also affordable rooms, as well as the wildly entertaining Mike Hammer show. The hotel’s Hugo’s Cellar was recently named the best fine dining restaurant in Las Vegas! Four Queens has been around since 1966, so they know how to give visitors the Vegas-style entertainment they crave.

    Fremont Hotel and Casino
    Since 1956, Fremont Hotel & Casino has stood proudly at the crossroads of downtown Las Vegas. When it opened, it was the tallest building in Nevada! Fremont Casino prides itself on excitement, hospitality and being a must-visit stop for any serious player. Fremont Hotel & Casino has 447 rooms and suites, and dining options include the Second Street Grill, Paradise Buffet and Lanai Express. The Fremont is also home to the only Tony Roma’s restaurant in Nevada, and the only place to get the restaurant’s acclaimed ribs.

    Golden Gate Hotel and Casino
    Golden Gate Hotel & Casinos opened in 1906, and the good times just keep on coming. The city’s most historic hotel is famous for introducing the shrimp cocktail to Las Vegas, but is creating a new legacy with its boisterous casino, generous players’ club, sultry go-go dealers and convenient outdoor bars. When you’re in the mood for a break, stop by Du-Par’s restaurant for what Esquire magazine called the “Best Pancakes in America.

    Golden Nugget Las Vegas
    Named “Best Downtown Hotel” in the Las Vegas Review Journal’s “Best of Las Vegas 2014,” Golden Nugget Las Vegas offers more than 2,400 guest rooms and suites, a high-energy casino, nightly entertainment, world-class restaurants and more. The hotel’s popular pool is home to The Tank, a jaw-dropping shark aquarium complete with a water slide through it.

    Main Street Station Casino, Brewery and Hotel
    Just a short stroll from Fremont Street Experience, Main Street Station Casino, Brewery & Hotel is a jewel of a revitalized downtown Las Vegas. Main Street has a welcoming casino, as well as a remarkable collection of antiques from around the world. Ask the front desk for details. Dining options are plentiful at Main Street, including the Garden Court Buffet and Triple 7 Restaurant & Brewery.

    Downtown Las Vegas Hotel  – DOWNTOWN GRAND

    Like its name suggests, Downtown Grand is near the heart of downtown Las Vegas, just a block from Fremont Street Experience. It’s got comfortable accommodations, a hip rooftop pool, a bistro-style restaurant and an artsy bar.

    Situated in the heart of Downtown Las Vegas, discover another side of “Old” Las Vegas at the Downtown Grand Hotel & Casino. Just steps from Fremont Street, the Mob Museum and The Smith Center, our newly renovated urban resort offers you a variety of options to dine, play, game and explore the heart of Las Vegas.


    With a veneer of Hollywood glitz, Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino is home to Britney Spears and the Miracle Mile Shops as well as a slew of cool restaurants and rockin’ bars.

    Hollywood reborn in Sin City, a dazzling disco-lit world, middle of the road


    Who said being the center of attention was a bad thing? Located in the heart of the ever-lively Fremont Street Experience, The Fremont Hotel and Casino has taken downtown’s center stage and isn’t leaving anytime soon.
    This recently remodeled 14-story hotel, welcomes guests and visitors alike with glowing marquees and inexpensive fun.
    Boasting a 32,000-square-foot casino that is open to the energetic Fremont Street explorers, the Fremont is home to 1,000 slots, video poker and keno machines as well as 24 table games, live keno, and a 42-seat Race and Sports Book.

    Downtown Hotel – FOUR QUEENS

    Opened in 1966, the Four Queens Hotel & Casino charges what seems like a pauper’s price for a decent room and an old Vegas atmosphere right in the heart of downtown’s Fremont Street Experience.

    Vintage Vegas all the way, bargain-basement rooms, draws a mature crowd

    Downtown Hotel – PLAZA

    Located at the west end of the Fremont Street Experience, downtown’s iconic Plaza Las Vegas has been a Sin City staple for more than 40 years.
    Built in 1971 on land that formerly held the Union Pacific Railroad Station, the Plaza once stood out for being the only hotel in history with an in-house railroad ticket office. But we’ll always remember the Plaza best for the movies its starred in — “Diamonds Are Forever,” “The Stand,” “Casino” and even ” Back to the Future Part II” (Biff’s hotel is a digitally manipulated Plaza). The hotel’s design, entrance with it’s cavalcade of lights and glass-domed restaurant ooze ’70s cool.

    Downtown Las Vegas Hotel – CALIFORNIA HOTEL & CASINO

    It might be named for the Golden State but it’s all about Hawaiian flair at the California Hotel (or The Cal as we locals like to call it).
    The hotel has become kind of a mecca for visitors from Hawaii. Staff members don Hawaiian shirts, island hospitality is ever present and you can feast on the flavors of Hawaii at Aloha Specialties.
    The Cal is conveniently located about a block from the Fremont Street Experience. It’s also connected to Main Street Station hotel via a walkway so you can take advantage of things like their Triple 7 Brewpub, which we highly recommend you do.


    The Golden Nugget with its Strip-style accommodations, shark-filled pool and popular restaurants is a hotel rich on comfort and fun in downtown Las Vegas.

    Classic Vegas elegance, upscale but not out of reach, ample choices for everyone


    For the history buffs and artifact appreciators alike, the Main Street Station Hotel and Casino is a sure bet just steps from the heart of downtown Las Vegas.
    Set in the splendor of the Victorian era, the ‘70s-built property is home to a 28,000-square-foot casino, more than 400 hotel rooms and a microbrewery on the premises with drink specials that will make you a believer of love at first pint.


    Step back in time at El Cortez in downtown, where you can experience the history of old Vegas -along with a bustling casino floor, the elegant Parlour Bar & Lounge and some affordable eats.

    Old school but cool, no-fuss budget accommodations, oozing history