206 N 3rd St, Las Vegas, NV
Phone: (702) 719-5100
Hours: Daily 6am - 3pm; Dinner Fri - Sat 3pm - 7pm
Average Rate per Night
Downtown Grand is located on Third Street between Stewart and Ogden avenues in downtown Las Vegas, just steps from The Mob Museum and two blocks from Fremont Street Experience as well as a short stroll from the hip bar scene in the Fremont East Entertainment District. The hotel is also less than a mile from shopping at the Las Vegas Premium Outlets - North and cultural events at The Smith Center for the Performing Arts.
Downtown Grand is comprised of two towers -- the 17-story Casino Tower (east) and the 25-story Grand Tower (west), which are joined by an elevated walkway. Together, they house nearly 630 rooms and suites that range in size from 350 to 1,200 square feet. All of them provide sophisticated and stylish accommodations for downtown visitors. Guests will also enjoy flat-screen high-definition TVs with cable channels, Serta Presidential pillowtop mattresses, down pillows, alarm clocks, work desks and convenient standard and USB power outlets. The bathrooms are contemporary with either showers or combined shower/tubs as well as hair dryers and environmentally friendly amenities.
Among Downtown Grand's dining offerings is a stylish bistro called S+O. The Ninth Island, a shave ice and daiquiri bar from Hawaii, has also set up shop on this side of the Pacific Ocean.
Another inventive culinary concept at Downtown Grand is The Commissary, an upscale food court with several types of dining options. Also open on a seasonal basis is Picnic, an Urban Rooftop Pool Retreat. In addition to an outdoor pool with a fire pit and cabanas, there is a bar, a lunch menu and park-like landscaping.
At night, you'll find a lively scene in Downtown Grand's casino bar Furnace or the Art Bar.
The 30,000-square-foot casino floor at Downtown Grand features an industrial chic décor and cool brick façade. It houses more than 600 state-of-the-art slot machines and 30 table games.
And that's not all. Downtown Grand is at the heart of a much bigger neighborhood: the 10-acre, four-block district known as Downtown3rd, aka "dt³." Downtown3rd aims to offer visitors and locals a pedestrian-friendly, entertainment-oriented experience. Presently, it consists of the cool drinking and dining joints Triple George Grill, Hogs & Heifers Saloon and Pizza Rock.