| Fitzgeralds, also known simply as the
Fitz, is the tallest hotel in the
downtown core. The 34-story high tower lies directly next to the Fremont
Street Experience. Thus a great view can be had from the 15-meter long
balcony on the second floor, of the sound and light show put on every
By Las Vegas standards the hotel, with its 638 rooms, is relatively small.
Despite this, its casino, at some 42,000 square feet has a considerable size.
In addition to this, the Fitzgeralds offers a swimming pool, whirlpool with
space for ten people, three restaurants, a bar on the second floor where a
wonderful view of the lively Fremont Street is to be had, and much more.
After the hotel was extended and modernized after amalgamating with the
Holiday Inn in 1996, it was bought in 2001 by Don Barden, a casino owner
from Detroit. Modernization of the Fitz involved $17 million of investment,
including for two new restaurants, a larger casino and the refurbishment of
Number of Rooms: 624
No Wedding chapel
42,500 square feet
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