Plaza Hotel & Casino Hot
Offer #1 - Stay three consecutive nights and get the fourth night free (Sunday through Thursday). Must present original coupon from the American Casino Guide at check-in to redeem. Excludes holidays and blackout dates, cannot be combined with other offers. Expires 12/29/2017.
Offer #2 - 50% off one menu item at Pop Up Pizza. Present original coupon from the American Casino Guide book before ordering to redeem. Cannot be combined with any other offers, expires 12/29/2017.
Offer #3 - 2-for-1 drink at the casino bar. Redeem original coupon from the American Casino Guide book at the Omaha Bar and receive a free drink of equal or lesser value after purchasing one at full price. Offer expires 12/29/2017.
Offer #4 - FREE entry into 10am 777 slot tournament. Must present original coupon from the American Casino Guide book at the playres club to redeem. One time redemption only. Offer expires 12/29/2017.
Offer #5 - Receive two FREE tickets to Lovers or Losers Game Show with purchase of two drinks per person. Must present original coupon from the American Casino Guide book at the showroom door to redeem. Cannot be combined with other offers, expires 12/29/2017.
Offer #6 - 25% discount on total bill, up to a maximum discount of $50 at Oscar’s Beef-Booze-Broads (Sunday - Thursday only). Must present original coupon from the American Casino Guide book to server before ordering. Cannot be combined with other offers, expires 12/29/2017.
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Royal Rewards Player’s Club
Open: 8am-12am daily
The Royal Rewards Player's Club at The Plaza has four tiers: Jack (0-1,999 points), Queen (2000-24,999 points), King (25,000-99,999 points) and Ace (100,000+ points). The higher your tier the more rewards and benefits you will receive. The Plaza will also match your tier from any other Las Vegas casino at sign-up.
Points expire after 14 months of inactivity, but comps disappear after each trip.
Slot Point Accrual
|5¢, 25¢, $1||$1/1||$3/1|
$1/250 points, or
$1 freeplay/250 points
Minimum: 1250 points
Increments: 1250 points
5¢, 25¢, $1
Comps: Comp points can be used for restaurants, shows, rooms and at most outlets in the hotel.
Reservation Number: (800) 634-6575
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Rooms: 1,037 Price Range: $35-$219
Suites: 60 Price Range: $69-$189
Restaurants: 5 (1 open 24 hours)
Casino Size: 57,436 Square Feet
Games Offered: Slots, Video Poker, Blackjack, Craps, Roulette, Sports Book, Race Book, Pai Gow Poker, Mini-Baccarat, Let It Ride, Three Card Poker, Bingo, Poker
Special Features: Firefly Restaurant offers full view of Fremont Street Experience. Food court.
This old place is at the front of the Fremont Street experience, and from your room if your're lucky you can watch it! It may be old but the place plays well and has a lot of fun machines to play. Rooms are fine for the money, clean and comfortable. The food is average but being downtown you have a choice of many places to go to. And being downtown is a fun place to be at night....lots going on.
end up at Plaza
Great location at the end of Fremont Street experience. The Plaza has full pay video poker and good comps to go with them. Although the best thing about your room will be that it is comped, not much else. They have the mayors restaurant, 'Oscars' and some other good food options. They now have an E poker room with a few electronic tables, but I did not see any players there.
One Of Our Favorites
The Plaza is great. And it's even better now since they bought all the fixtures for another casino that got caught in the recession and had to auction their belongings before ever opening. The Plaza bought more than any other casino which included most of their interior room decor, beds, etc. They also remodeled most of the casino too. So now, The Plaza looks like one of those fancy shmancy strip hotels with much lower prices and located downtown. They have everything you want in a casino and you can see the other side of the casino too! In other words, not too big. Their food is good and they have recently opened a Hash House A Go Go restaurant which is probably the best breakfast you'll ever have anywhere. You should go there just to eat. (By the way, you can also find a Hash House A Go Go at Imperial Palace and there is a stand alone one located in the 6600 block or west Sahara).
I don't know how anybody could not like the Plaza.
I used to work at the Plaza when it first opened. It was clean and nice, but since then, it has deteriorated considerably. I feel badly that they have allowed it to go downhill.
Plaza Hotel & Casino
The Plaza Hotel & Casino is located at the far end of the Fremont Experience. The last time we visited the area the Plaza was closed for re-modeling. It has recently re-opened for business.
I thought I was at a motel 6 (years ago). Although room was comp'd didn't stay the second night - went to another downtown hotel. Casino okay - don't know what happened to our room.
My buddies and I are all middle-aged low rollers who take a March Madness trip to Vegas every....uh......March. We always stay downtown and for several of those years we've stayed at the Plaza. So we ain't expecting Bellagio.
But never again after our last trip. When we arrived we arranged for the casino rate with the poker room manager. After logging enough hours and getting the slip signed, I went to check out and had to haggle with the desk clerk for 30 minutes because "the code is wrong". And this is my fault how? The other guys checked out separately, had arguments of shorter duration, and we all ended up with different room rates(?).
One night at the blackjack table, the autoshuffler broke and the dealer just sat there for 20 minutes waiting for somebody to tell him what to do. Didn't call the pit boss, didn't start hand shuffling, nothing. Just sat there with his arms folded.
The hotel room itself wasn't terrible, but to get ice......ON A THURSDAY MORNING, mind you.....I had to go to four different floors to find an operational ice machine.
On a positive note, the cocktails come quickly at the tables, and I'll always love the craps games at the Plaza for the rowdy, fun-loving customers. But stay there.....never.
Very affordable place to stay
This is not a top of the range hotel by any means but we found our room clean and comfortable. We requested a hairdryer and an extra chair which were provided promptly. We were in the South Tower and had a good view of the strip in the distance. There are 6 elevators servicing the South Tower and we never waited more than 30 seconds for one.
The pool area was nice and quiet (in September) and there are tennis courts and a small gym which are free to hotel guests.
There is a McDonald's and a Subway on the ground floor along with the $7.77 buffet (not very many choices but what do you expect for the price!) and a Sports Bar on the 1st floor. There is also a Bingo parlour.
We found the cocktail waitress service in the casino good and the stage within the casino had a group playing on it at the weekends which gave the casino a good atmosphere.
We enjoyed staying Downtown for a change and we are going back to the Plaza for another 2 weeks in May this year.
My favorite place...
My husband and I like staying here, the comps are easy to obtain. The video poker in quarters have been good to us.
Buffet is basic but the food is always fresh. The rooms are clean, and they have added a new lounge with stage for shows. Need a host ask for Doug Clark!