The resurgence of Downtown Las Vegas, which is rapidly becoming known as a trendy place to eat, sleep and drink, has continued with the Nov. 12 opening of the new Downtown Grand Las Vegas, a 634-property that once bore the moniker Lady Luck.
The property’s 634 hotel rooms are located in two towers—the 18-story Casino Tower and 25-story Grand Tower; and the stylish space also includes 25,000 square feet of gaming, with nearly 600 brand-new slot machines, 30 table games and a sports book.
With its opening, Downtown Grand increases the dining options in downtown Las Vegas, including the Stewart + Ogden diner bistro, a three-meal restaurant featuring a menu designed by award-winning restaurateurs Elizabeth Blau and Kim Canteenwalla. Red Mansion Chinese Restaurant and MOB Bar, a downtown favorite, has reopened inside the property with a larger location that features increased seating and a stage for live music. A hotel highlight will be Picnic, a rooftop retreat with an infinity pool, private cabanas, a fire pit, and a large, is valtrex over the counter full-service restaurant and bar, which is scheduled to open in Spring 2014.
Located at 3rd Street and East Ogden Avenue, Downtown Grand is a pivotal component in the renaissance of the downtown are, which has been the focus of public and private investment in order to create a more vibrant environment for tourists, businesses, and residents. Recent new attractions such as the Mob Museum and businesses including the corporate headquarters of Zappos have sparked additional interest and investment in the area.
CIM Group, known for their development of the trend Hollywood & Highland area in Los Angeles, led the redevelopment of the hotel, which is located in the emerging dining and entertainment district just steps away from the Fremont Street Experience. Downtown Grand is the first investment in Las Vegas for CIM, who also partnered with the city of Las Vegas to create a destination retail center surrounding nearby the Mob Museum.
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