The Plaza Las Vegas, which anchors the west end of Fremont Street Experience, has a lot to offer visitors in the heart of downtown Las Vegas.
The property boasts an energetic casino packed with modern and classic gaming choices. Test your luck at blackjack, roulette and craps or head to the poker room where there are three automated PokerPro tables. There are also 500 slot and video poker machines on the spacious casino floor.
At the Plaza, William Hill operates the race and sports book, which has an extensive wagering menu and more than 75 screens for viewing all the big games. On the resort’s third floor, you’ll find downtown’s only bingo room.
Plus, there are good restaurants and enjoyable entertainment at the Plaza. Pizza enthusiasts need to grab a slice at Pop Up Pizza. This eatery’s hand-tossed pies are made with the freshest ingredients — and there are vegan and vegetarian options too! Oscar’s is a steakhouse named for Oscar Goodman, the city’s former mayor. It’s situated in the resort’s iconic dome. Along with a fabulous view of Fremont Street, Oscar’s features steaks cooked on a 600-degree grill and serves hand-crafted cocktails, including Goodman’s signature martini.
Guests can also get hearty breakfast, lunch and dinner fare at Hash House A Go Go. Quick eats can be found at the food court, which is home to Zaba’s Mexican Grill, Cafelatte, Subway and McDonald’s. Plus, there’s the indoor/outdoor Bier Garten, which offers German-inspired food, microbrews and imported beers on tap in a relaxed garden setting.
Entertainment at the Plaza is sure to touch your funny bone as comedians and other variety acts are showcased here.
The Plaza has 1,003 rooms with flat-screen TVs, a hair dryer and an iron/ironing board. Other amenities include a rooftop pool, a business kiosk and a fitness room. Marriage-minded guests should check out the wedding chapel, and more than 22,000 square feet of space is available for conventions, meetings and special events.
A historic property, the Plaza sits in downtown Las Vegas at the site of the city’s first train depot. Today, after a contemporary makeover, it’s still a hub of activity for visitors.