Luck might be a lady elsewhere in Vegas, but here she's a giant leprechaun, mounted on the roof and spilling a pot o' gold. The Irish theme aside, this is standard Downtown fare, though it does have some amusing lounge acts and an outdoor pool.
There are 638 guestrooms (including 14 suites) in the 34-storey hotel. There have been some modest attempts to modernise the property, including a new business centre.
Eating & drinking
Don B's Steakhouse is a recent upgrade from the old Limerick, but the menu isn't that different. If you're unsure, get food you can see first at Molly's Buffet. Plan C: Fitzgerald's proudly offers the only McDonald's on Fremont Street.
A typical Downtown grind joint spread over two levels, the Fitzgeralds casino has low minimums for all the table games, especially roulette ($2, with quarter wheel chips). The blackjack is mostly six-deck. If you look hard enough, you can find full-pay video poker in quarter denominations. Upstairs is a smaller gaming area outside the restaurants, and there's also a small outdoor deck off the bar, the only one of its kind Downtown.