Downtown Grand Casino Hot
Offer #1 - $25 free ace coupon. Must have the original coupon from the American Casino Guide to redeem. The free ace card may be used as the first card in a hand on blackjack, $25 bet max. Can only be used once per day, in the event of a push the player is allowed to rewager the ace card. Expires 12/31/2017
Offer #2 - Free buy bets on 4 and 10. Must be a rewards club member and present the original coupon from the American Casino Guide at the players club to redeem. Expires 12/31/2017.
Offer #3 - 5x points multiplier. The original coupon from the American Casino Guide book must be presented at the players club to redeem, must be a players club member. Expires 12/31/2017.
To buy the 2017 American Casino Guide at a discount, or to see a list of all 202 coupons in the book Click Here
For a list of places to buy the American Casino Guide in Las Vegas - Click Here
Open: 8am-12am Daily
The Grand Rewards Player's Club has three tiers and a new level is reached at 2,500 points and 25,000 points. Based on the player's tier, benefits include VIP parking, free hotel stays, free meals and more.
Slot Point Accrual
|5¢, 25¢, $1||$1/1||$2/1|
- $1/250 points
- Minimum: 250 points
- Increments: 250 points
Comps: 250 points = $1 in comps
Toll-Free Number: (855) 384-7263
Rooms: 626 Price Range: $39-$119
Suites: 8 Price Range: Casino use only
Casino Size: 35,000 square feet
Games Offered: Slots, Video Poker, Blackjack, Craps, Roulette, Baccarat, Pai Gow Poker, 3-Card Poker, Big 6 Wheel, Sports Book, Race Book
A Gem Downtown
The Downtown Grand is one of nicer properties Downtown. The hotel rooms are modern, clean, and well appointed. Room comps are earned rather easily. Table limits start at $5 most nights, and all the major games are dealt. The restaurants on property are good (not great) and offer good moderately priced menus. Marketing at this property for some reason moves at a snails pace; monthly mailers arrive about the 10th-15th of the month. Overall, a good place to check out when Downtown.
I like the newness of everything. They are too inconsistent with their vp tables. They are up right now. Players club seems to be inconsistent with offers. Bartender very personable, make playing enjoyable. Deli closed so food service is inconsistent.
Pretty Cool Place
Like the previous posters said the vp tables are below all the downtown casinos. Rooms are very nice. Pool areas attractive but in late May closing at 7pm? Bartenders friendly and CW's good. Free coffee in the morning very good. Small attractive exercise room. I was lucky and won there. It's an attractive place.
Downtown Grand Casino
We visited the Downtown Grand Casino right after it opened in November 2013. They had some slot machines
that we had not seen in any other casino. Also, the free slot tournament can be played from any slot machine.
Because we signed up for their players card, we have been getting free room and dining offers in the mail
the last two months. If we get the same offer the next time we go to Las Vegas we will use it.
For downtown, it needs to work harder
If this casino wants to succeed downtown, it needs to work harder. The video poker pay tables don't even compare to the rest of downtown. Especially because it is kind of out of the way. It is a block off Fremont Street almost behind The Fremont. No one is going to walk back there for bad pay tables.
The table games were okay. I didn't notice any 6-5 blackjack which has become so prevalent around Vegas. The casino's player's club seemed mediocre at first glance. And they have a different player's club program than the other casinos owned by the Fifth Street Gaming (and both are called My Points).
There really wasn't any excitement here especially compared with the other downtown casinos. I probably wouldn't go seeking out the place.