Downtown Grand Casino and Hotel

Downtown Grand Casino and Hotel

Once the down-and-out Lady Luck, this 629-room hotel has been revived into an urban cool resort in the heart of the Downtown entertainment district. It’s across the street from the Mob Museum, a quick walk to the Fremont Street Experience, and a wobble away from the great bars on Fremont East. The rooms are basic but chic, with contemporary touches and flat-screen TVs. And “Picnic,” a retro-feeling pool with firepit and daybeds, outdoor gaming, DJs and great food is a fun spot to relax. We’ve seen rates as low as $29 per night.

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