Inside D Rooms of the D
We told you when the D arrived. When it got the F out of downtown. And, that it wasn't done switching things up.
Now, we want to take you inside a standard room at the D, properly, as well as a suite. Both are redesigned (and much improved), with room rates starting at $31 for a standard double and $159 for D Suite.
First, don't be thrown by the hallways leading to its rooms. They reflect the last bits of the old Fitzgeralds that still remain. And, will eventually be upgraded, too. Beyond these halls and within each 300-square-foot standard room, guests will find a decor that's a bit stark with mostly white walls (one accented in red), red-and-black patterned carpet and white beds adorned with, you guessed it, red accents. Amenities include daily Internet, a 32-inch flat-screen TV, and a Keurig coffeemaker. (No, pods are not included with your stay.)
In the two-room D Suites, rooms don't scream luxury, but they do offer loads of space, comfy seating, a wet bar (with two mini fridges), four flat-screen TVs (three of which are in the living room), one kick-ass bath almost (or just) as large as the bedroom, and a masculine design (read: dark grey, dim lighting and ties as art). Check out snapshots from both room types in the photo galleries below.
Now that you know what the rooms look like, how is the stay? Our Mr. Pappagiorgio recently pulled an overnighter at the D. He'll tell us how it went later in the week. Also on tap this week? Photo tours of the D's new grill and steakhouse. We're chowing down at the steakhouse this week and will have a review of that, too, soon.