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The flagship casino of revitalized downtown, this sixty-year-old property recently underwent a $160 million top-to-bottom renovation.
The only hotel-casino in the sector that comes close to rivaling the Strip in respectability is the Golden Nugget, with its clean... guest rooms, its boisterous casino, and its Rush Tower.
The Golden Nugget has pretty much reigned as Downtown's top property since the mid 1970s, evolving with the times, but maintaining classic appeal. Full review →
Always the standout hotel in the Downtown area, a recent face-lift and expansion has made it more appealing than ever. Full review →
This upscale downtown property is one of Glitter Gulch's most glamorous destination, standing out from its neighboring casinos. Full review →
Looking like a million bucks, this casino hotel has set the downtown benchmark for extravagance. Full review →
For the price, the Golden Nugget is a steal, provided you don't mind staying in Vegas' older downtown neighborhood instead of the newer, livelier Strip. Full review →
With a hundred retrofurnished rooms – some with flowery windowboxes – it’s tiny by Vegas standards, and slightly lower-key than its Fremont Street neighbors.
Despite a few flaws, it is one of the most solid values to be found in downtown Las Vegas. Full review →
If you want to be in the thick of downtown Las Vegas, this 1940s-era hotel is where you should stay. Full review →
Following the improvements, the Nugget has consolidated its position as the best casino on Fremont Street. Full review →
The Golden Nugget is definitely vintage, but constant refreshes have kept it relevant and even hip. Full review →Don’t miss the pool, which has an enclosed slide that runs right through a shark-filled aquarium
The “closest thing Downtown has to a Strip hotel”, this “classy Vegas original” in the "heart of the fun" on Fremont Street is a “well-cared-for and well-loved” property.
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