But part of the trip that was critical to me was to check out, now that it was finally open and seemed to be a gem in the rough, the Lucky Dragon. I talked up the visit to the joint the entire trip to my friend. Intimate casino, catered crowd, boutique hotel, food that might rival the best Asian in the country (wrong…Arcadia always wins), and best of all…free parking. He shrugged (trust me, not a casino geek) and said sure. And along we went.
Casino Hotel Review
PLANET HOLLYWOOD Las Vegas Resort was my home away from home before moving to Las Vegas. The first time I stayed at the casino was during the renovation from Aladdin to the casino we know today.
The boutique sensibility of Lucky Dragon continues into the players club. The Dragon Club is a no frill, no-nonsense casino players club that caters specifically to gamblers.
Lucky Dragon is a heavily Asian themed casino and hotel. The dining options reflect that more than any another segment of the casino and hotel. All four restaurants inside the casino serve exclusively Asian cuisine. This is unique but speaks loud and clear as to who their desired customer is.
When choosing a hotel, it’s good to understand a little bit about it so you know what to expect. Lucky Dragon Hotel & Casino has the goal to be Las Vegas’ first hotel and casino that was designed specifically to create an authentic Asian cultural and gaming experience. This was on my mind when I drove up to valet at Lucky Dragon Las Vegas.
The casino game today is a mix of different things. In Vegas, it’s corporate policy streamlining the house advantage while
After last week’s part one of this hotel review, t’s time to show you the rest of the surprises that we found within the D’s 2 Bedroom Suite!
The D 2 Bedroom Suite: Unless you’re sleeping (or booking) beneath a rock when in Vegas as of late, there’s no way you’ve not heard about the revival..
The resurgence of downtown thanks in no small part to the vision that Derek Stevens has for his properties and how they affect those around him.
One of the best reasons to stay at a hotel in downtown Las Vegas is the price. The standard (Deluxe King) room on a recent mid-week visit to The D Las Vegas costs $19.