D Las Vegas, The Hot
Offer #1 - Get out of a blackjack hand for free (push your bet on 22). Redeem the original coupon from the American Casino Guide book at the players club and have your bet pushed when you get a 22. Maximum bet $25. Not valid on Super Fun 21. Minimum buy-in of $100 is required, valid once per calendar year. Expires 12/29/2017
Offer #2 - New players club members receive $25 matchplay. Bet $25 on any even-money bet and casino will pay $50 if you win! Present the original coupon from the American Casino Guide book at Club D to receive matchplay. Valid for new members only. Expires 12/29/2017.
Offer #3 - Earn $5 in free play for every 50 points earned on slots or video poker up to $100 and keep the points. The original coupon from the American Casino Guide book must be presented at Club D prior to play. Limit one offer per account per year. Expires 12/29/2017.
Offer #4 - 2-for-1 VIP tickets to Defending the Caveman. The original coupon from the American Casino Guide book must be presented at The D Box Office to be redeemed. Limit one coupon per party. Expires 12/29/2017.
Offer #5 - Up to $20 off tickets to Marriage Can be Murder. Present the original coupon from the American Casino Guide book at The D Box Office to get $10 off regular tickets or $20 off VIP tickets to Marriage Can be Murder. Limit four tickets per coupon, not valid with other offers. Expires 12/30/2017.
Offer #6 - 2-for-1 tickets to Adam London Laughternoon. The original coupon from the American Casino Guide book must be presented at The D Box Office to be redeemed. Limit six tickets per party. Expires 12/30/2017.
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Open: Sun-Thur 8am-11pm; Fri & Sat 8am-12:30am
Playing slots and video poker on this card earns both points and comp dollars, which are earned simultaneously. Points are earned at an accelerated rate for the higher tier (Club D Black), resulting in a better cash back percentage for those tiers. Comp dollars are earned at a different and secretive rate depending upon the denomination and return of the game being played, including table games.
Slot Point Accrual
|5¢, 25¢, $1||$5/1||$10/1|
Cash: $1/100 points
Minimum: 2400 points
Increments: 600 points
Food: Comps can be redeemed at the property's restaurants (with the exception of McDonald’s).
Reservation Number: (800) 274-5825
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Rooms: 624 Price Range: $29-$179
Suites: 14 Price Range: $85-$270
Restaurants: 2 (1 open 24 hours)
Casino Size: 42,251 Square Feet
Games Offered: Slots, Video Poker, Blackjack, Craps, Roulette, Sports Book, Race Book, Let It Ride, Three Card Poker, Keno, Pai Gow Poker
Special Features: Fast food court with McDonald’s and Krispy Kreme.
We have been staying at Fitzgerald's/The D for years and always enjoy gambling and eating there. We always go into the cafe on the second floor to eat. Unfortunately, there have been so many of the food items removed from the menu. The food was always very good, but please bring back the SOUTHERN FRIED CHICKEN, the PARMESAN CRUSTED HALIBUT, the STEEL CRUSTED COATS and the GRANOLA WITH FRUIT. Honestly, there are only a couple options for me on the menu now. Please bring back all the great food you had served before.
Great Vibes 2
Great Steakhouse- Andiamo's. Like I said " 2 Vibes" Downstairs you have dancing girls, loud music Vue Bar, some of the newest slots, etc. The new downtown. Upstairs you have coin operated machines, great CW's and awesome bartenders. There is Full Pay Bonus Video Poker both upstairs and downstairs. It's a fun place for people of all ages. That is legal age.
Good 8/5 Bonus Progressives/Basic Hotel
Full pay 8/5 bonus at the upstairs bar & old "coin-out" $1 bank. Players club gives comps AND cash-back for play. If you play there, the $5 free-play for 50 points coupon is a must. Definitely quieter & less crowded upstairs. I'm a low roller & they send me BOGOF offers, but, they waived the resort fee for both nights so two nights was $35. The rooms were ordinary downtown quality, but, quiet.
The D is a mainstay in my Vegas ventures.
the D stands for what
They say the D stands for either Detroit or Dennis or Downtown, well I'm adding dump. At least as far as the hotel rooms go, mostly because they checked us into a room with a dirty bathroom, made me wonder what else they did'nt clean. Beds were not that comfortable either. I do still like what they did with the casino, especially the vintage vegas room upstairs.
Honoring new members for coupons
I wish they would honor the American Casino Guide $25 match coupon. They told me that i was not a new member because i was a former Fitzgerald member from years ago.
Something for everybody at the D
Upstairs you have old time Vegas, downstairs the new Vegas. Decent vp tables upstairs, attentive bartender. The music is nice upstairs, still too loud downstairs. Food variety for low end to high end. Cash back etc. pretty poor compared to its neighbor the 4 Queens. Workers were friendly.
2 niches pretty cool
I spent some time here on last visit and I found the music to be a little lower now? I dig the Signa Derby on the second floor. The Pinks outside has a good hot dog. The new resort fee is going to be a factor there. The elevators are too slow. Decent vp, Bonus Poker FP.
A good place to play
One of the few places that has $5 pai gow poker. You usually can play for hours on $50 and they still bring around the free drinks.
Since they changed over from Fitzgerald's, they got the sexy dealers. Unfortunately, many of the sexy dealers aren't that bright. They changed the upstairs into a classic slots area. And it has a Sigma Derby. One of the best places to play downtown.
the D is A.O.K.
The D is an upgrade from the Fitz, The two floor casino is split in two atmosheres. First floor is new, rebuilt, loud and happening. second floor is more old school with the classic games and feel. They have full pay video poker spread around. 8/5 bonus progressive at the bar and some others that are coin machines. Love the new escalater from freemont street right to the second floor bar, saves me some walking.
The renovations are very nice the lower casino floor and the bar is awesome. The outside is striking and attractive. It can be loud on the downstairs casino floor as mentioned in the previous review. They still have some good BP and Deuces. Upstairs is not as pretty but it is quieter and they have the old horserace game. Good amount of food options and decent drink service.
I just returned from a weeks stay in Downtown Vegas. I really like what the new owners have done to the old Fitzgeralds as far as the new carpet and all the other improvements. One thing that needs to go however is the unbearable noise on the lower floor. I used to play in there for hours. This trip I tried to play three or four times but just could not stand the loud music. As any craps player knows, communication with the crew is very important. Even standing next to the stick person it was hard to get my directions through. If the new management is trying to draw in young people with a little money to buy a few overpriced drinks they will probably be a big success. What they are doing at this point however is driving away the older hardcore gambler. I guess the choice of who they want to please is up to management. I know who I'd be after if I were running the place! The choice is up to the owners.
Potential is There for This Sleeping Giant
I happen to be paralyzed and in a wheelchair, but fly out several times a year I fly out to Vegas and always enjoy checking out the various resorts -- especially the Downtown properties.
We always spend some time in Fitzgerald's as we like the second floor restaurant and I like the Sportsbook now that Lucky's has taken over the operation and brought one of my favorite employees over from the Plaza.
But none of us ever get much of a feeling of being wanted or welcome in Fitzgerald's like we do at the Fremont Street casinos.
And we have never received any type of of offer, news, promotion or e-mail from the property even though they have our contact information from our Player's Club cards.
Up until my recent visit, I would have given a 5 Rating for the Food & Drink as we loved the 2nd floor restaurant -- especially the deals on barbecued ribs, burgers and the pasta bar.
But not only have they raised their prices a bit -- completely understandable as the ribs were arguably the best dining deal around after the Golden Gate shrimp cocktail (which seems to have disappered with their renovations) -- more importantly the quality and portions appear to have been reduced substanstially. I love almost any kind of barbecued ribs. But the ribs on my recent visit looked and tasted quite a bit different than the ones from previous visits and were a disappointment.
The pasta bar is still great though (remember to tip the guy preparing the made to order pastas) and everyone who works in the restaurant is friendly and has a good personality which helps to makes up for the lack of customer service in other areas of the hotel -- especially the casino and cashier's cage.
Another reason why I probably would not stay there with so many other nearby options is the extremely slow elevators.
But I am looking forward to see what renovations are in store for this large downtown property.
I Like The Fitz!
The Fitz is fine. I have always liked it there. The rooms are old but clean. They have several very good restaurants, and they're located downtown so if you like "Old Vegas", this is a good place. It's not great, but certainly adequate and a decent and safe place to stay.
"Our Home Away from home"
We have enjoyed our stays for the last 5 years at the Fitz and find everything there very convenient. Parking is close, walk off the elevator right to the restaurant, and rooms with a nice view. It's always cool to watch the light shows at night on Fremont Street. Our stays have really been pleasurable and the staff at the Fitz always makes us feel welcome. Prices for food and drinks are very reasonable and they are always updating things in the hotel. A good place to consider!
Not bad, not great
Was a cheap stay and we got what we expected. Asked for a refrigerator and got one...finally. Had to request clean towels the second day.
Wasn't disgusting but wasn't really clean. Slots were NOT LOOSE at all! Still recommend the stay if you want an okay place for a good price.
I have been there twice since the beginning of 08 and on both the tuesdays i have been there on the same vp machine I hit the royal.
The Fitz customer service is great and the staff and the bartenders at the vue bar are great. They shoot the breeze with you and never let your drinks run dry
The Fitz is the best place to stay for comps and friendly service all around. I have been staying there since 06 and won't stay anywhere else.
Nice place. rooms ok food ok. Don't like some games closed till night or weekend. Nice to see light show at night. Like it down on fremont street can get bus pass 24hrs for $5 can use max cat and deuce buses to get around Las Vegas. Cheaper games then the strip. Also food cheaper downtown.
I stayed there for the first time the week of jan 22 2007 and had a great time.
From the valets to the housekeeping they were very nice and informative on the questions I had.
The vue bar is great played some video poker and the bartenders were always on top of things very friendly.
Great giveaways and drawings every nite. Didnt win much money pretty much broke even but the staff and the people in the hotel/casino made up for that.
I have already scheduled another few days there the week of feb. 12 2007. I will never stay at the other places downtown again. fitzgeralds has got all my business from now on. thanks. steve
No Way Jose
I stayed once at Fitzgerald's on a Saturday night and came away from the experience determined that I would never do it again.
I also had the buffet once can came away with the same conclusion.
Steve Connelly, an Elvis impersonator, is very good. I wish I could say the same for Larry g. Jones as an impersonator.
great stay part 2
Went back to the fitz the days of feb. 12 - 14 2007. My wife and I were there for our 22nd anniversary.
The room they gave us was great even though we didnt spend much time there. We started out at the Vue Bar on the vp machines. Hit 4 of a kind alot and even hit the promotion of 4 - 7's which gets you a 10 dollar food coupon about 3 times.
The food was good. My wife even started to play vp for the first time and really enjoyed it. The people at the front desk were great they let us check in at noon and the people at the Vue Bar were excellent.
It is a fun place you can see the Fremont Street show out on the deck. Fitz has my business from now on.