Four Queens Hotel & Casino
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I booked one night here because I already had two comped nights elsewhere on a 3 night trip. I like staying downtown and the Four Queens had good rates plus access to the pool at Binions, which is something I wanted.Check in was quick, but they assigned me a room that reeked of cigarette smells, so I had to go back to reception and get a different room, which was alright. I requested a room on the backside of the hotel since I didn't want the noise from the Fremont Street Experience, which goes on until midnight.The hotel is old, tired, and outdated. The carpet in the hallways is torn and had duct tape holding it together. There are scrapes and chips in the walls and trim work. The room furnishings are dinged up. The bed was fine, though. The bath room was as basic as you can get, though the shower pressure was good. It was clean enough, but there was more caulk visible that at a Chippendale's male dance revue.They give you a coupon book with some usable perks like a two for one at Magnolia's Cafe, which always has good food. I like the casino, and the hotel location is central on Fremont St. The rooftop pool at Binion's across the street is spectacular. So overall the place is alright but your wife or girlfriend probably would not like it.
I have been traveling to Vegas for 35 yrs. I usually stay at the 4 Queens. I have seen the gradual decline in the condition of the rooms and the comps. Loyalty means nothing anymore. It's all about how much you put into the slots This time. After complaining about our room last time, we were promised a new updated suite at the regular "old room" price. The main part of the room was the same, but the bathroom was much better. It sported a large walk in shower and new sink. A rather odd sink tat resembled a cement rain. I could not even get a photo to do justice. Not bad.. just awkward.There was a refrigerator and a safe, but te phone had no dial cover and te outlet behind the bed was away from the wall. The people who serve you throughout the hotel are wonderful, it's the corporate level that needs adjustment..
The hotel was nice place to put your head down at night. It was a little crazy on Fremont street and you can hear it in your room was on the 16th floor you could the bucket drums on the street level. Room was old but comfortable and no resort tax.
This was the first time I've stayed on Fremont street and it was SO NICE to just walk into this hotel in the middle of everything and be back in my room. If you plan to go to bed early, yeah, it's going to be a little noisy, but I stayed in a room on the back of the Hotel and amazingly it was pretty darn quiet. I was there for 3 nights so they comped me $20 per night to not have room service, which I could spend on anything. Rooms were clean, checkin was fast and easy (compared to the strip) and the convenience factor was epic. McDonalds coffee right across the street, drug stores, entertainment, all right there. I would stay here again for sure. I guess you can use Binions rooftop pool but I had friends stay at the Grand, so I used that pool, literally a 5 minute walk.
I have always loved the Four Queens but lately it is looking tired.Our room was in the North tower really needs up dating, it was clean .Love the staff very friendly and helpful. The Bell staff went out of their way to help.
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- 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
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