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The D Las Vegas is located on Third Street between the Four Queens and Neonopolis. It's a hip, party-oriented resort – one that reflects the energetic vibe of the revitalized downtown area.Its 638 rooms and suites boast contemporary décor and furnishings, flat-screen televisions, iPod docking stations, pillow-top mattresses and more. High-speed wired and wireless internet access are available so you can stay connected to the world while traveling.The D Las Vegas is home to the Longbar. You can mingle and share in the excitement of downtown with other visitors at the longest bar in Nevada. This sleek spot has a color scheme of black combined with striking red high-top chairs. Fifteen huge flat-screen monitors have been mounted side-by-side down the length of the bar. There's another vibrant new bar outside on Fremont Street -- the D Bar. Flair bartenders serve an array of frozen drinks and specialty cocktails here. In addition, the Vue Bar on the property's second floor is the place to go for the best view of downtown's mesmerizing Viva Vision canopy.Eclectic entertainment is always on tap at the resort. You can get tickets to the interactive mystery dinner show "Marriage Can Be Murder" or the hilarious musical extravaganza led by Frankie Scinta. Comedy magician Adam London and "Ja-Makin'-Me Laugh," a ventriloquism act starring Matilda and Patrick Murray, appear in the afternoons. Featuring fine food and service, Joe Vicari's Andiamo Italian Steakhouse on the second floor of The D Las Vegas offers expertly prepared steaks and homemade pasta in an elegant setting. A true dining gem -- where you can indulge in a five-star meal without the five-star price tag -- all of the dishes here are prepared from scratch daily using only the freshest ingredients. Among the items not to miss are the Andiamo Grande Meatball, the 32-ounce Andiamo Tomahawk rib eyesteak, the Pappardelle with Veal Ragu and the Cioppino alla Calabrese. Plus, the cannoli is to die for! For a more casual meal, step into the D Grill, where breakfast, lunch and dinner are dished up in generous portions. It's open 24 hours a day and every meal here -- from the fluffy Maui Pancakes and the Southern Herb-Fried Chicken to the Bananas Foster Bread Pudding -- is prepared from scratch. There's also a McDonald's on the premises. And The D Las Vegas has brought a Detroit hot dog legend to Sin City. American Coney Island now serves up Michigan's most famous Dearborn Sausage Company frankfurters -- complete with the secret recipe sauce!The casino at The D Las Vegas mixes modern and vintage atmospheres. You'll hear the hottest hits over the speaker system while playing the latest in slot machines and table games (some of which are hosted by the sizzling "Dancing Dealers") on the first floor. On the second floor, guests wanting a blast to the past will discover classic coin-operated machines and the beloved Sigma Derby, an electronic horse racing game. The resort also has a high-limit gaming area as well as a William Hill Sports Book.At The D Las Vegas, you can enjoy the benefits of staying in the heart of downtown with a high level of comfort and style -- all at a very affordable price. -- By Renée LiButti
 
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Accuracy of VEGAS.com's Description 
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Room Quality 
4 / 5
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Casino 
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Hotel Location 
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Pool 
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Room Location 
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fromGarden Grove, CA
Age:35 to 44
Gender:Male
Travel Purpose:Vacation/Pleasure
Travel Companions:Spouse
Purchase Frequency:More than 3 times a year
Gambler:Yes
Game:Poker
Yes, I recommend this product.
Good to stay in, bad to play in...
PostedOctober 16, 2013
Pros:
1) Rooms have been modernized and have very comfortable beds
2) Rooms have USB ports built into wall sockets
3) Rooms have fair amount of bathroom space so that you don't feel claustrophobic
4) American Coney Island (hotdog stand) is conveniently located between the casino floor and an exit to Fremont St.
5) Parking signs are clearly visible
6) Casino bar has enough big-screen tvs to watch just about any major sports event that is currently airing someplace in the world
7) Has a decent mixture of old and new slot machines and a decent amount of gaming tables
Cons:
1) I hate to sound like an old man but the music in the casino is just too freakin loud. I do enjoy hearing some music playing in the background but I also like being able to carry on a conversation or hear the music from the slot machine I am playing. Neither is feasibly possible in this otherwise beautiful casino. The D is not uniquely guilty of this. The Golden Gate is now a noise factory, as is the Vegas Club. I do not like this growing trend and I find myself not having a very good time playing in these places. Very unfortunate.
2) The wait time for the elevators is frustratingly bad. I believe it is probably because of the small size of the shafts. There are only four and they only hold 10 people each - not including luggage.
3) No poker room (anymore).
4) Being located at the end of Fremont St. makes you feel somewhat disconnected from the Fremont St. experience.
5) The view from our room on the 9th floor was of the top of the Fremont St. canopy and a Walgreens... not very stimulating.
6) The pool is small and is facing the street, away from everything. This would only be a con if you were counting on a pool like the one at the Golden Nugget.
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The D Las Vegas is located on Third Street between the Four Queens and Neonopolis. It's a hip, party-oriented resort – one that reflects the energetic vibe of the revitalized downtown area.Its 638 rooms and suites boast contemporary décor and furnishings, flat-screen televisions, iPod docking stations, pillow-top mattresses and more. High-speed wired and wireless internet access are available so you can stay connected to the world while traveling.The D Las Vegas is home to the Longbar. You can mingle and share in the excitement of downtown with other visitors at the longest bar in Nevada. This sleek spot has a color scheme of black combined with striking red high-top chairs. Fifteen huge flat-screen monitors have been mounted side-by-side down the length of the bar. There's another vibrant new bar outside on Fremont Street -- the D Bar. Flair bartenders serve an array of frozen drinks and specialty cocktails here. In addition, the Vue Bar on the property's second floor is the place to go for the best view of downtown's mesmerizing Viva Vision canopy.Eclectic entertainment is always on tap at the resort. You can get tickets to the interactive mystery dinner show "Marriage Can Be Murder" or the hilarious musical extravaganza led by Frankie Scinta. Comedy magician Adam London and "Ja-Makin'-Me Laugh," a ventriloquism act starring Matilda and Patrick Murray, appear in the afternoons. Featuring fine food and service, Joe Vicari's Andiamo Italian Steakhouse on the second floor of The D Las Vegas offers expertly prepared steaks and homemade pasta in an elegant setting. A true dining gem -- where you can indulge in a five-star meal without the five-star price tag -- all of the dishes here are prepared from scratch daily using only the freshest ingredients. Among the items not to miss are the Andiamo Grande Meatball, the 32-ounce Andiamo Tomahawk rib eyesteak, the Pappardelle with Veal Ragu and the Cioppino alla Calabrese. Plus, the cannoli is to die for! For a more casual meal, step into the D Grill, where breakfast, lunch and dinner are dished up in generous portions. It's open 24 hours a day and every meal here -- from the fluffy Maui Pancakes and the Southern Herb-Fried Chicken to the Bananas Foster Bread Pudding -- is prepared from scratch. There's also a McDonald's on the premises. And The D Las Vegas has brought a Detroit hot dog legend to Sin City. American Coney Island now serves up Michigan's most famous Dearborn Sausage Company frankfurters -- complete with the secret recipe sauce!The casino at The D Las Vegas mixes modern and vintage atmospheres. You'll hear the hottest hits over the speaker system while playing the latest in slot machines and table games (some of which are hosted by the sizzling "Dancing Dealers") on the first floor. On the second floor, guests wanting a blast to the past will discover classic coin-operated machines and the beloved Sigma Derby, an electronic horse racing game. The resort also has a high-limit gaming area as well as a William Hill Sports Book.At The D Las Vegas, you can enjoy the benefits of staying in the heart of downtown with a high level of comfort and style -- all at a very affordable price. -- By Renée LiButti
 

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