the D Las Vegas has helped revitalize the Downtown area to bring the ultimate Downtown Las Vegas experience. Today, they bring the modern-day casino and a hotel experience with touches of vintage Las Vegas throughout. Whether you prefer slots or tables, you’ll find a tremendous selection of your favorite games.
Complimentary daily admission to the Stadium Swim aqua theater and pool complex at Circa Resort & Casino is offered to eligible registered guests of The D Hotel & Casino. Circa Resort & Casino offers an adults-only (21+) experience and all guests must present a valid, government-issued photo ID to enter the property. Admission includes entry only with premium seating available at an additional fee. Capacity restrictions and occasional weather-related and private event closures may apply.
per room/per night (plus tax)
Paid directly to the hotel.
Resort fees include
In-room high-speed wireless Internet access
Self and valet parking with in and out privileges
Access to the fitness center
Local and toll-free telephone calls
Concierge Services to include the printing of airline boarding passes
Inclusions subject to change without notice at the discretion of the property. Some restrictions may apply.
We were invited comped guests due to our casino play on a previous visit. Our arrival flight was delayed, and due to the storm we were stuck on the tarmac for another hour. We arrived at the hotel check in at 3:30 Am. We were extremely tired. We were still on Texas time which was 5:30 Am. When we arrived we were not allowed to check in. When I questioned why we were unable to check in, we were screamed at by "Kayla".... "BECAUSE WE ARE DOING ROLLOVERS!" she yelled. We were told to check back in 40 minutes. Kayla is the type of person who relishes in a guest's misery. She will do her best to exacerbate it. She should not be in direct contact with guests. She should be in a position where no interaction with guests is required. The rooms are basic, old, dirty and of course there is no housekeeping unless you beg someone. Forget being able to sleep. The sound from the Freemont St Experience is very loud. There are a few bright spots in this property that shine bright in some wonderful staff members who make you feel welcome, but the vast majority of staff in this dark dump are the reason for its inevitable demise.
Don’t don’t stay here if you want to sleep
(Los Angeles, California)
Aug 05, 2022
As someone who has come to Vegas well over 50 times in the past 10 years, This has to be my worst hotel stay. I travel often for work, and because I had a speaking engagement close to the hotel I was about booked at The D. I paid extra for a smoking room. The room I was assigned was fine, generally clean, but dated with a view of machines on the roof. The issue began at 5 o’clock in the morning when I was woken up by what sounded like jackhammering and drilling. It was beyond loud enough to wake me up and I wasn’t clear if it was my AC making the noise or something else. After a few minutes I couldn’t take it anymore and called the front desk (it took two calls, the first time it rang for three minutes and no one answered) where I was informed that they would send someone up to check on it. (Mind you this is still 5 AM.) When the people came they said that the noise was not coming from my room air conditioner but from a construction crew that they have working underneath my room. The repair guy said they were not supposed to start drilling until 8 AM but sometimes they did not listen. I called back to the front desk to see about getting moved and they said the only thing they had available for me was the room directly above mine which would give me the same noise, or even noisier room on the Fremont side. She also said that she could move me to a non-smoking room —but didn’t have many & could not refund me the additional cost that I paid for it. She also said she did not have the power to stop construction from being loud at 5 AM. She was unhelpful and said If I wanted any further options I had to wait until 9 AM when a manager showed up. I spent the next four hours wide awake on 3.5 hrs of sleep before my huge presentation because of the loud noise —- this is not passerby sounds or distant music, this is LITERALLY a jackhammer in your room. When 9a rolled around & I finally got to the front desk the person on duty said that they usually have “regulars” in that room which is why they feel OK about starting construction at 5 AM. They basically made it seem like I was being unreasonable for not wanting to deal with their construction noise like the regulars do. There was no apologies given, And I was told that I could either check out, not comping anything for the miserable night I just spent, and find a new hotel (again this one was selected because of its walking distance to the work venue) Or they can move me to a non-smoking room but finally agreed to give me my additional smoking room fees back.. The new room I was assigned was quieter, but definitely even more dated… no outlets next to the beds and a 22 inch TV. Any hotel that believes that customer should have to deal with 5a construction is absurd. The customer service here is severely lacking, and the fact that their workers don’t have the autonomy to move guests in extenuating circumstances is disappointing. Do not recommend