Get a sneak peek of downtown Las Vegas’ newest resort

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Note this date: Nov. 12, 2013 (i.e., 11/12/13). It’s going to be an important one on the calendar of major developments that have played a role in the revitalization of downtown Las Vegas. This will be the day when Downtown Grand Las Vegas Hotel & Casino is officially launched with a ribbon cutting ceremony.

The exterior of the Downtown Grand

The exterior and Third Street entrance of Downtown Grand

However, if you’d like to get an early look at the resort, you can stop by for a sneak peek beginning on Oct. 27 at 5 p.m. It’s the public’s first chance to step inside the former Lady Luck, which closed in February 2006. Since then, the property has been completely gutted and made over during its transformation into Downtown Grand, a cool and contemporary hotel/casino that exudes urban flair.

Situated on Third Street between Stewart and Ogden avenues, Downtown Grand is just steps from The Mob Museum and a short stroll from both Fremont Street Experience and the vibrant bar scene in the Fremont East Entertainment District, which will be rocking and feasting out this weekend thanks to the Life Is Beautiful festival.

Don’t miss the opportunity to be among the first to check out Downtown Grand’s stylish new interior and casino floor. The property also boasts several hip bars (the Art Bar, Mob Bar and Furnace) and restaurants (Stewart + Ogden, Red Mansion Chinese Restaurant and The Spread) as well as what’s sure to be the must-visit pool scene of next spring/summer: Picnic, which has been dubbed “an urban rooftop pool retreat.”

And just in case you can’t make this early viewing period or the grand opening festivities, steal a quick look here. We’ve created a slideshow of photos so you can see all of Downtown Grand’s amazing new amenities right now – and then go to and make reservations for an upcoming visit!

Renee LiButti

Renee was born in Las Vegas, so instead of a 24-hour party and gambling town, Sin City just feels like home to her. Since graduating from UNLV, she has worked for a variety of books, magazines and websites in Las Vegas as well as in far-off cities like Dublin, London and Dubai. Renee has been with since April 2010 covering hotels, gaming, clubs and bars. A cup of tea and a good book will forever be two of her favorite things. Follow Renee on Google+.

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