Downtown Grand Casino

Located at the corner of Third Street and Ogden, the casino at Downtown Grand serves up a premier gaming experience.

Unlike most casinos in downtown Las Vegas, Downtown Grand is just one block north of the Fremont Street Experience and it is the centerpiece of the new neighborhood and entertainment district, Downtown3rd.

The Downtown Grand casino sits on the site of the former Lady Luck property and it is draped in modern luxuries, elegant décor and plush places for you to relax and play.

Weighing in at over 50,000 square feet, Downtown Grand’s casino is pretty large, that is by downtown’s standards.

The casino has a cool and chic industrial feel that incorporates dazzling chandeliers and beautiful wood and brick accents into its intimate factory space. The casino also has a great flow.

The spacious casino offers an open and unique gaming environment for you to move around and find your favorite games. At the casino, you will find a small table game section with almost 30 tables.

This means you can try your hand at all the Vegas classics such as blackjack, pai gow poker, craps, roulette, and big 6. At the tables you can find $5 roulette, craps with 3 to 4 to 5x odds, three card poker and blackjack.

Downtown Grand offers 600 slots and video poker machines offering progressive, reels, video reels, video poker and keno. The casino’s state of the art slot machines have some huge progressive jackpots that you will really appreciate.

Unlike most of the casinos downtown, the slot machines are mostly penny slots. Another unusual feature of this downtown Las Vegas casino is it does not offer any coin operated video poker machines.

The Grand High Limit area is located at the rear of the casino and it has a few tables available to players who want to win big and play big. The high limit area also features high definition flat screen TVs in the lounge area for a better and more enjoyable gaming experience.

The Downtown Grand casino has a special Asian gaming room where you can enjoy games like Pai Gow. The casino also has a baccarat room called 888 Baccarat.

To round out the casino’s gaming offerings, you have the Sports Book with William Hill action. The Sports Book offers a comfortable spot for you to wager on all your favorite sport teams in total comfort.

Casino Bars and Lounges

When you’re not gambling, you will have a few bars and lounges to hang out at. Downtown Grand’s casino bars are usually pretty busy, however each offers an unforgettable experience.

Opened from Tuesdays to Sundays, Ninth Island offers a convenient spot for you to relax with a few drinks Hawaiian style. Ninth Island is located on the Casino Floor and Downtown3rd and it has an indoor-outdoor walk-up counter where you can order all of your tasty treats, including shave ice and daiquiris.

Furnace is a unique casino bar with a nightclub feel. Located just steps away from all the excitement of the casino floor, Furnace is the main casino bar and it offers a lively, industrial chic, cool environment with crystal chandeliers and a range of cocktails, spirits, beers and other drinks. The large, square bar also offers plenty of video poker.

A Final Word

Located in a prime location in Downtown Las Vegas, Downtown Grand is a great casino for gamblers to try their luck on a variety of table games and state of the art slot machines.

The casino is really attractive to the young working class, but anyone visiting Las Vegas will appreciate this modern casino.

Over all, Downtown Grand offers a world class experience through its variety of unique bars, restaurants serving an array of mouthwatering cuisines and its industrial chic casino.

This makes the property ideal for anyone looking for some cheaper rooms with some style in downtown Vegas.

What’s more the casino’s convenient location at Third Street and Ogden provides easy access to other Downtown Vegas properties and attractions, including Golden Gate and its 99 cent shrimp cocktail, California Hotel and Casino, Freemont Street Experience and The D Las Vegas.

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