The soul of the city. Neon flash and vintage on one end, and old school cool with a hipster attitude on the other. Here, it all works. With the arrival of the El Cortez Cabana Suites and the Golden Nugget’s Rush Tower, this walkable district is charged with a new energy. And it may be the best people watching spot in town.
It’s where it all began. The Rat Pack even cruised these famous streets. But today, Downtown Las Vegas’ hotels are thriving. There are hints of vintage Vegas everywhere, but remodels, renovations and overhauls have turned the hotels, lounges, bars and restaurants of Downtown Las Vegas into a spectacular sight. And it’s one you’ll want to see firsthand.
What’s great about staying Downtown is that all of the attractions are close together so you can explore more with less walking. Finish a dinner at Hugo’s Cellar at Four Queens or a night of dancing at Gold Diggers in the Golden Nugget, and walk yourself right back to your room without worrying about a bus, taxi or a long hike.