Discussion in 'Downtown Hotels' started by bobert07, Jul 2, 2017.
Is it possible to get a quiet room (premium or city suite) at DT Grand?
I have stayed in both towers and I have never had an issue with noise. I do go to sleep late in Vegas but never has it been an issue for me...
I've stayed about 7-8 times and noise has been an issue about half the time.
I'd be interested if someone could recall a specific room number they stayed in where noise was not an issue.
I always ask for a quiet room at check in but doesn't seem to have any effect on where they put me. Hoping a request to be in or near a specific room will be more effective.
There will be some noise in any of the rooms due to echoing from the Fremont stages. We've stayed there probably eight times. Quietest in general are the main (east) tower, east side, but that's only until Thursday night. Thursday through Saturday the Gold Spike has bands or DJs that you'll hear. West tower, west side gets more noise from the Fremont stages. I'm quite noise sensitive, but it's not enough to keep me awake, so that's our usual request.
Avoid the inner-facing rooms in either tower. They get noise from both the Fremont stage next to The D and from Hogs and Heifers at the street level below them.
Hope I am not hijacking thread....staying there in august for three nights. This will be my second time staying here. My first stay I was in the tower connected to the casino. Is this tower preferable as it seems to have quicker access to the casino, pool, etc.
Any reviews on the restaurant Freedom Beat? I am assuming it is located where the previous restaurant was?
"Preferable" only in terms of access. The rooms are the same in both towers, and noise levels of main (east) tower, east side vs. west tower, west side rooms are pretty comparable (meaning tolerable as compared to the inner-facing rooms in either tower). Unless you've got mobility issues neither tower is very far from things.
We were the for four nights in early June. We ate at Freedom Beat only once, for lunch. It's in the same space as its predecessors. The main change is live music some nights. The menu selection isn't huge. Inconsistent service still plagues the place. We watched a man cuss out the hostess loudly and angrily on his way out saying it was the worst service he'd ever experienced and that he'd never eat there again. When we ate it wasn't very busy, the server was fine (for some reason they've seemed moody since the Downtown Grand opened), and the food was decent (unexceptional, but on par with the price).
I stayed in room 2430 and didn't hear a thing the first time I stayed. Not sure of the room numbers after that. The room was in the tower across the street from the casino.
Food reflects the price. HH is a excellent value!
East facing east is connected to the casino and free of noise except for ambulances and life-sized beer pong at the Spike. I go to bed early and have never been bothered by Fremont Street music.
I've stayed at the DTG a few times ans have never had an issue with noise. I would assume the higher up your floor is the less noise there will be, so you can always ask for a room on a higher floor.
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