At the west end of Fremont Street Experience is the historic Plaza Las Vegas. It has been a staple in downtown for more than 40 years.
The Plaza has 1,033 guest rooms -- many of which showcase views of glittering Fremont Street. Each room also has a 32-inch flat-screen television, an iron/ironing board, a safe and a hair dryer. Guests can take advantage of the resort's rooftop pool, a self-serve business internet kiosk and a 24-hour fitness room as well as complimentary valet service and a self-parking garage.
The front lobby at the Plaza is elegant, featuring accents of dark wood and crystal chandeliers. The 80,000-square-foot casino boasts more than 500 slot and video poker machines along with table games like craps and blackjack. The Plaza also has a race and sports book operated by William Hill, a poker room with automated PokerPro tables and downtown's only bingo room.
Guests will be able to indulge in an array of food and beverage options. Oscar's is a steakhouse named for the city's former mayor that has a spectacular view of Fremont Street. The indoor/outdoor eatery Bier Garten offers German-inspired food, artisan sausages and an assortment of imported beers on tap. Other restaurants include Hash House A Go Go, which serves farm-style breakfasts as well as hearty all-day fare. Pop Up Pizza prepares delicious hand-tossed pizzas made with market-fresh ingredients by the slice or whole pie. There is also a food court featuring Zaba's Mexican Grill, Cafelatte, McDonald's and Subway.
The Plaza is also known for its classic Vegas-style showroom. You can see entertainers such as Emmy-award winning comedian Louie Anderson here.
Rounding out the Plaza's offerings is a wedding chapel and more than 22,000 square feet of flexible meeting and convention space.
-- Staff Report