Downtown Grand CasinoHot
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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, Poker, Pai Gow Poker, Sports Book, Race Book
Special Features: eSports Arena
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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.
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.