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The former Fitzgeralds Casino and Hotel reopened its doors on Fremont Street in downtown Las Vegas with dramatic renovations and a new name -- the D Las Vegas. The hotel debuts with 624 modern rooms, 14 luxury suites, a two-level casino and other modern amenities such as Face to Face, an exterior mega-screen comprised of 40 large LED monitors that displays performances from the nearby 3rd Street Stage.
The dazzling display is only one aspect of the new hotel. The D Las Vegas also channels themes of Detroit, owner Derek Stevens’ hometown, by housing the first branch of American Coney Island, a specialty Coney Island hot dog restaurant, to open outside of Michigan. American Coney Island joins the hotels other restaurants, Courtyard Grill and Don B’s Steakhouse. The D Las Vegas also adds to Fremont Street’s night life with two 24-hour bars, D Bar and Longbar and a showroom presenting music and comedy shows.