Four Queens Hotel & Casino
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We stopped at the 4 Queens before a show and used their parking area as well We were treated very nice signed up for one of their player member cards so we could get the parking validate they gave me a 2 for one dinner comp at the cafe due to my up coming birthday how nice and totally unexpected- place was small but clean an nice all the latest games easy parking to walk around fremont St area you just have to get ticket validated with points for playing, eating in casino or going to a show parking is always an issue everywhere in Vegas any more This also applies to Valet parking- the Cafe was okay not the greatest but we were not expecting much very reasonable prices and the food was good
I've stayed here a few times and always have a good time. I had received a buy one night, get a night free that I planned to use. However, I was only in vegas for 24 hours and thought if I did that, it would reflect poorly on my play (since I won't be there to play day 2) and I'll never get any offers. Plus, I guess I was interested in trying another place anyway just to shake things up. I did try another downtown hotel (I'll not mention here but review separately). I was not impressed nor happy with my stay, so I refused to play even one cent more there and headed over to 4Q for the rest of my time. Had a much better time in the casino than the other place, and two things I can highly recommend are the Mai Tai's at the VP bar in the middle bar. SOOOO good, the best in Vegas. Plus, Chicago Brewing is a great restaurant with excellent craft beer and excellent food (spicy chicken sandwich was 10/10!) Next time in Vegas I am definitely back to my home away from home at 4Q.
We are old school people and we appreciate the old school casinos in Vegas. That being said, we were very happy with our stay at the Four Queens. We spent four nights there. They are currently renovating their rooms, and we stayed in an updated room. The rooms were all redone recently, including the bathroom. The bathroom wasn't designed around a "big person" like myself, however most things aren't. The shower was a little thin and the mirror could have been hung a lot higher, but overall it is very nice. We ate at Magnolia's twice and the food was great. The staff at the hotel was very nice to us, especially the Player's Club and front desk. Low minimums on the table games, plenty of variety on the slots. Free parking if you are a hotel guest. The wifi is not free though, you are charged $8.99 per 24 hour period. We did not have a problem getting drinks while playing and the Fremont Street experience is fantastic. We would definitely stay there again.
What I liked: location - this hotel is not on the strip but on Fremont Street in the old part of Las Vegas. I stayed there for two nights and really liked the fact that it is on Fremont with all its bars and music and attractions. I also liked that there is no resort fee.What I did not like: well, you cannot expect too much at the rates there. Our room hat everything we needed and I guess it was rather clean. The whole hotel needs some renovations. During our two day stay there we had a total of six hours without hot water (the whole hotel did not have warm water). This is unfortunate, but can happen.
You can't beat the price (about $40/night including Tax, 0$ Resort Fees, $10/day meal credit if you decline Maid Service AND charge it to your room). The Bad - 4Qs was undergoing massive room renovations in the South Tower for rooms facing AWAY from Fremont Street (I peeked at a handful of floors). I was "upgraded" to the the upper floor in the South Tower FACING the Fremont Experience. The music was loud from 8pm - Midnight, so don't expect to sleep then. I was told that Construction should be finished by Oct. 2017.The Good - the room was nicer, room had a FRIDGE, all elevators were no problems, PrimeRib Dinner for $13, 2-for-1 coupons making the meals almost Free, $10 MatchPlay coupon in the booklet, Free Parking for guests, it right on Fremont Street (I love downtown because of the extra shade and many, many casinos within walking distance). No problems checking in / out. No problems with sinks / drains. Not much for Birthday month specials ... only a 2-for-1 Entree coupon.
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- 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
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Four Queens Hotel & CasinoLas Vegas,United States
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202 Fremont Street, Las Vegas, NV 89101-5606
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