In-Room Coffee Is On The Way Out At The D, Golden Gate
At the D, guests who can't function without that morning cup of java will now need to head downstairs to grab some, or bring their own coffeemaker.
We've confirmed that the downtown hotel is removing all of its in-room Keurig machines and that there are no plans to replace them with something else right now. Guests will need to head to D Grill or McDonald's to get their caffeine fix if they don't want to bring a travel coffeemaker with them to Vegas.
Sister hotel, the Golden Gate, is also removing its Keurigs. If you're staying here, you'll need to head to Du-Par's.
A rep says the machines were offered as a courtesy, but that the pods were always fee-based and not included in the $20 resort fees. (The pods were being sold at $2.50 each.)
The only downtown property to offer coffee as part of its resort fee is the Downtown Grand.