Four Queens Hotel & Casino
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It's hard to beat the price of the Four Queens. My husband and a group of friends went for a quick getaway and this was the perfect place for us. The price was really good, the bed was comfortable shower worked well, A/C was OK, could have been colder for our liking. We really enjoyed staying on Freemont St. Felt like we got a true Vegas experience without breaking the bank. There was some construction going on while we were there and some friends had a few issues but the staff at the front desk did their best to fix any issues and they were very polite. If your looking for a place good enough to sleep on Freemont I recommend the Four Queens.
We stayed on the Fremont St side of the North Tower. If you are up late enjoying the area you will be fine. We are older and go to bed, the loud music of the Fremont St. Experience made sleep difficult. The HVAC system, when we could get it to turn was even louder! But that was good noise compared the street noise. We had requested via the booking site to have a quiet room No response. Told them the tub/shower faucet was leaking. Did not get fixed. The room was cheap, the location was good.
This was our second time staying at the Four Queens and it was a bit different from our last time of 2 years ago as we talked three older family members into going along and also staying here. The check in was easy and staff was very courteous. We were given rooms on the third floor in the south tower this time and noticed it is much quieter from all that is happening on the Fremont St. Experience at night, not entirely but definitely a noticeable difference. Somehow our "kids" got better updated and remodeled rooms than we did. Our bathroom was one of the old ones they didn't redo apparently; they had mini fridges we got nothing. there room safes worked, ours didn't. the only real plus was the room location, compared to the last time (19th floor, north tower, just above the overhead vision canopy) especially when it comes to the short wait time and ride on the elevator when you've had a little too many libations. The casino layout itself hasn't changed much other than seeing some newer games and the player card service employees really are ridiculously rude and not helpful at all, they are young, probably don't care and try to talk so fast, nobody can understand or hear what they are saying and they were also wrong with some information. I learned much more from a single employee in the gift shop who took the time to explain what exactly the points and comps you get and can be used for, what machines will show both points and comps (not every machine does this) and to USE them before leaving. There were plenty of waitresses on the casino floor but they are more visible near the table games, of course. Magnolias was our go to for many of our meals. very reasonable, pretty good choices and well prepared.We didn't do Hugo's this time but it was good before.There are other eateries located inside this property, a pizza place(so-so), a Subway(average) and a taco, chips and salsa dive just inside the entrance door, that I will advise anyone to avoid all together. it is terrible !! the cheese sauce is bland, chips were stale and staff running it were slower than slow..with no customers. that should've told me something. For the price it may be hard beat the Four Queens with its location and easily walking out the door to take in Fremont St., it is somewhat dated but it is also clean and most staff are very cordial. Its always good to compare if your staying downtown as some places do a better job when it comes to either comping/upgrading things for their guests and you shouldn't have to ask or beg.
We've been to the Four Queens a few times now and appreciate the fair price, the clean accommodations, the fantastic service, good and reasonably priced food, and the GREAT SHOWS, "Mike Hammer" and Steve Connally's "Spirit of the King"! It is a great place and a good value. Freemont Street is fun, inexpensive and convenient. I have no qualms recommending the Four Queens and will return!
If you're looking for an affordable hotel off the strip but close to the fun, this is it. Don't expect luxury because that's not what its about but you can expect great staff who love to have some fun. If you've booked a room, that doesn't mean it will have been reserved for you. We booked and paid months in advance only to find we had to wait quite a while for a staff member to find an avaliable room. It's first come, first serve on the day and the computer system is so antiquated the staff have to manually go through floor by floor to find rooms that are available. The hotel is noisy due to its location so if you're looking for a quiet get-away this isn't it but if you're looking for atmosphere and fun close to great restaurants this is the place to be. We had a great stay.
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Items not included:
- Travel insurance (mandatory if traveling to Cuba)
- Tourist cards ($10USD)if traveling to Dominican Republic with Sunwing Airlines
- Departure taxes ($20USD) if traveling to Dominican Republic with Sunwing or Signarture Vacations
- Hotel transfers for packages with WestJet to USA (with exception to Honolulu)
- Hotel transfers for packages to Europe
- Items of a personal nature
- 690 rooms
- Restaurants including: Hugo's Cellar, Magnolia's Veranda, Chicago Brewing Company, Queens Coffee & Deli, Subway, Dreyer's, Noble Roman's The better Pizza people, The Canyon Club
- Gift Shop
- Meeting facilities
- Business Center
- 1 King or 2 Double Beds
- 32" LCD flat screen TV
- Coffee maker
- Iron & Ironing board
- High Speed
- Internet access (fee)
- Room service
- Maximum occupancy: 4 adults
Resort Location Map
Four Queens Hotel & CasinoLas Vegas,United States
- Hotel Contacts
- Extra Info
202 Fremont Street, Las Vegas, NV 89101-5606
Some restaurants may be open for certain meals only and limited visits may apply. Reservations required and dress code in effect for a la carte restaurants. Time restrictions may apply for water sports.
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