Downtown Grand Las Vegas is a part of the Downtown3rd community. Referred to as the new metropolitan center of Downtown Las Vegas, dt3 is at the heart of all of the best downtown has to offer. It’s a neighborhood for everyone. It’s a place to meet, by chance or by plan, to explore the latest foodie hotspots, live music venues, one-of-a-kind shops, and year-round fun of this creative and adventurous city. Downtown Grand is just a short walk to the charming eateries and bars of East Fremont, the edgy and quirky Arts District with it’s must-see First Fridays, the iconic Fremont Street Experience, the world-class Mob Museum and the awe-inspiring Smith Center with its incredible lineup of arts and entertainment. Whether you are a return visitor or a newcomer, there’s always something new to discover in our uniquely fun, raucous, hip and endearing Downtown Las Vegas.
FREE DAILY SHUTTLE SERVICE
We encourage our guest to explore the wonderful ammenities the Downtown area has to offer. We provide all of our guests complimentary daily shuttle service around Downtown Hot Spots. Please click here to view our route and schedule, or contact Front Services / Valet for details.
Downtown 3rd Farmers Market
Downtown 3rd Farmers Market is celebrated for both the quality and diversity of its farm fresh product and artisan prepared foods. The market offers fruits, vegetables, herbs, and flowers from small regional farmers and ranchers and also includes a selection of artisan specialties including breads, cheeses and jams. The market is located in the Downtown 3rd neighborhood (on Casino Center and Stewart) and is open Fridays from 9am - 2pm.
The Mob Museum, a 501 (c) 3 non-profit, is an interactive Museum dedicated to the history of organized crime and law enforcement. The Museum presents a bold and authentic view of organized crime’s impact on Las Vegas history, as well as, its unique imprint on America and the world. The Museum presents the real stories and actual events of Mob history via interactive and engaging exhibits that reveal all sides of the story about the role of organized crime in the U.S. The Mob Museum offers multiple perspectives and provides a contemporary, engaging, challenging and educational experience.
Tony Gemignani, 11-time World Pizza Champion, brings his unique concept, Pizza Rock, to Las Vegas, directly across the street from the Downtown Grand Las Vegas. Pizza Rock will feature award-winning gourmet pizzas in a variety of styles, Kobe burgers, hand-crafted artisan cocktails and an extensive imported beer and wine list; all served up in an artistic and energetic atmosphere. Additionally, a selection of house made fresh pastas, calzones, stromboli, antipasti and salads will be offered, all with a focus on authentic Italian ingredients and organically-grown produce.
The Smith Center
Less than a mile away from Downtown Grand Las Vegas, The Smith Center for the Performing Arts brings the best of music, theater and dance from around the world to Las Vegas including Broadway productions like “Wicked” and iconic artists such as Willie Nelson, Lily Tomlin, Diana Krall and many more. Also located at The Smith Center, is the intimate 200-seat Cabaret Jazz. Named the ‘Best New Music Venue’ by Vegas Seven magazine, enjoy cocktails and lite bites with performances by jazz and Broadway legends.
Hogs & Heifers Saloon
Hogs & Heifers Saloon was to be an all American classic country and southern rock-n-roll dive bar. The routine performed and style of dress worn by the bartenders behind the bar, which has made Hogs & Heifers famous, was born from Michelle's heart. Hogs & Heifers opened in November of 1992 during an unseasonably cold winter. There was literally no heat source of any kind in the bar and it was so cold you could often see your own breath. Michelle began dancing on the bar--in the empty bar--as a means to keep warm. She would throw a few dollars in the jukebox and just get up on the bar and dance. Little did she know it would become the trademark theme of Hogs & Heifers and lead to countless celebrities dancing on the bar...Michelle's famous routine has inspired a Major Motion Picture and a league of copy cat Bars.
The Neon Museum collects, preserves and exhibits iconic Las Vegas signs for educational, historic and cultural enrichment. This downtown Las Vegas Museum features a two-acre Neon Museum campus, which includes the outdoor exhibition space known as the Neon Boneyard, a visitors' center housed inside the former La Concha Motel lobby and nine restored signs installed as public art throughout downtown Las Vegas. The museum offers tours by appointment and is minutes from our downtown Las Vegas Hotel.
Restaurants in the area
You'll find something for everyone in downtown Las Vegas ranging from fast-casual spots to more formal affairs. The Downtown Third neighborhood restaurants and Fremont Street dining include options at every price point, showcasing a variety of cuisines and styles. Take a stroll, enjoy a toast at Fremont Street bars and see what's cooking downtown at all the Fremont Street restaurants.
Outlet Mall Shopping
Las Vegas Premium Outlet center is more than just a great collection of the finest designer labels and brands; it's the perfect place to indulge your Las Vegas Shopping pleasures. Located minutes from downtown, when shopping in Las Vegas, include Las Vegas Premium outlets. It is a bargain hunter's haven. Ask for your Complimentary Mall Coupon Book with discounts up to $250 savings, provided to each guest by showing your Downtown Grand room key at the Mall Information Booth.
From sipping classic cocktails in plush surroundings to drinking beer or wine in a modified shipping container, East Fremont offers the glamour of vintage Vegas, with a modern twist. East Fremont is steps from Fremont Street Experience and adds an edge of sophistication to Fremont Street nightlife. With a selection of comedy clubs, blues and jazz nightclubs, and other musical entertainment venues, Fremont East is an easy walk from our Downtown Third neighborhood and a must stop during your stay with us.