Four Queens Hotel and Casino is in the heart of Las Vegas, walking distance from Mob Museum and Fremont Street Flightlinez. This casino hotel is within close proximity of Fremont Street Experience and Las Vegas City Hall.
Make yourself at home in one of the 695 air-conditioned rooms featuring flat-screen televisions. Wireless Internet access (surcharge) keeps you connected, and cable programming is available for your entertainment. Private bathrooms with shower/tub combinations feature complimentary toiletries and hair dryers. Conveniences include laptop-compatible safes and coffee/tea makers, and housekeeping is provided daily.
Rec, Spa, Premium Amenities
Try your luck at the casino and enjoy other recreational amenities, which include a seasonal outdoor pool. Additional features include wireless Internet access (surcharge), concierge services, and gift shops/newsstands.
Enjoy a meal at one of the hotel's dining establishments, which include 5 restaurants and a coffee shop/café. From your room, you can also access room service (during limited hours). Relax with a refreshing drink at one of the 3 bars/lounges. Cooked-to-order breakfasts are available daily for a fee.
Business, Other Amenities
Featured amenities include a business center, express check-out, and dry cleaning/laundry services. Event facilities at this hotel consist of conference space and a meeting room. Self parking (subject to charges) is available onsite.
The Dunkin Donuts across the walkway at another property.
Freezing cold air with zero options for heat/ the rude fat female Mexican front desk staff (the perpetual xitch face displayed by most undereducated las Vegas hotel industry women)/The room directly above the concert stage (earplugs given in room)/ The lack of attractive or tall men working at the property/No designated parking space levels for hotel guests/$9 wi-fi/cold air/super cold air/The front desk staff not being aware of temperature controls in room (how did YOU get your job?)$3 charge for parking/No private elevator from garage to hotel (must walk outside to get to check in)/The small town 80s look of the property/ Horrid cocktail waitress uniforms (not Vegas style or sexy or appealing)
Very old and run down. The hair dryer was broken a couple lights didn't work. Everything felt dirty. I know it's downtown and cheaper than most hotels but isn't worth saving a few extra dollars. This place needs a serious facelift.
Loud als Hell (from the shows on Fremont Street) Smoke stink Terribly overpriced Old fashioned rooms with aged paint WIFI not working
Great location Bring earplugs and you will not hear anything Room was old but clean Prime rib special
Casino took my money haha.
Nice "welcome" coupons/gifts. Easy arrival/departure
Excellent!!! Great to have no resort fee!
Loud music on the street until 1 am
The staff was so nice to me and my wife they helped us so much when we needed it the hotel is clean and I loved the beds
That I couldn't stay longer
You really cant beat the price compared to the other casino's. Its very easy to be a part of freemont street from here.
The room looked like it never has been dusted in a while. Dust on all the furniture. The table and the chair both had loose legs holding them together. We moved the table and the leg came apart. The drain in the tub was very slow. When you finished showering you were standing in two to three inches of water.
I've spent plenty of time at the Four Queens over the years, but exclusively on the Casino floor. The environment was always friendly and their tables provided some of the best entertainment value in the city... On this occasion however I made the mistake of booking a room at the hotel. Within seconds of walking into our room we knew that we'd made a HUGE mistake. Though it was listed as clean, it was absolutely filthy. The beds were made, but pillows were strewn about. The carpet in both the hallway and the room hadn't been cleaned in weeks and there were dirty towels strewn about the bathroom. Bare in mind that had it even been clean, IN NO WAY did the room we entered resemble the pictures online, and this was in the "remodeled" tower. We left immediately and went downstairs to check out. They allowed us to do so but would not compensate us for any charges given that we'd purchased the room online. After contacting the Kayak vendor, we went back and forth for nearly 2 hours and the best they could do was to refund half of the purchase price. So essentially, I was forced to pay for a filthy room that I stayed in for a total of 5 minutes. Just don't do it... if you need to stay downtown go to the Nugget instead!
The price, location
The room had a weird smell, not much of a view. And noises were constant.
I loved it there.
being close to the many attractions on freemont st.
too loud outside at very late hour. i think the light show at 1 in the morning is insane.
The location was perfect for anyone that didn't want to drive
The hotel is going through a remodel during my stay therefore it was very load
I liked the easy access to hotel rooms from casino floor.
I disliked being so close to the Fremont Experience due to hourly noise and light show.
It's in a good location downtown. The room was clean and comfortable. No problem getting requests of non-smoking and a king-size bed.
The staff where awesome
Are room had the an ac unit that was really noisy.
I was given a smoking room, although I asked for a non-smoking room. I have stayed in the hotel in the past, several times, so at the very least, they should know my preferences. I was "upgraded" to a "suite." The "suite" was dinghy, ans smelled like poop!!!! When I complained and asked for another room, they said they cannot move me since their computers were offline. so they sent a housekeeper to spray my room. Thank goodness I only had to endure the room for 4 hours since I stayed up late, and had to leave early in the morning. The smell never left the room.... It was the worst experience I have ever had in a hotel!!! Their only saving factor is their location and the price. And that's it!
Asked for non smoking but placed in a smoking room. Outdated, dingy, old.
Location was great...right on Fremont St
Mattress was not comfortable....no conditioner....room smelled of smoke(non smoking room), way overpriced
The staff was ok, some friendly. The location is right off Fremont. The food was ok.
The first nite we stayed in the north tower. We put our stuff in our room and got ready for the nite. After coming back from a nite of drinking, dining and walking around we decide to call it a nite. We went back to room and found that room was very hot! We called down to the front desk and they said the north towers ac doesn't work that well they had to move us. DONT STAY IN THE NORTH TOWER! For a summer vacation stay in south tower.
Location is good, food was okay. Weather was perfect
My b day month so I got 2 for 1 accommodations at the restaurant. Come to find out, everyone gets 2 for 1 if they visit the front counter. Our bill for 6 was $300 and we had 3-2 for 1 coupons, bill still came out to over $250, didn't understand. Think the waiter up sold us.
Location was good
Employees were really rude
Location, friendly bell man,24 hour restaurant
Size of the room and bathroom, shower never got fully hot, the bed was old and lumpy, no workout room or gym.
The hotel staff was very friendly and helpful. The hotel is within great walking distance of many of the downtown atrractions, plus it's in the middle of the Fremont Street Experience. The restaurants in the casino have delicious food and depending on which room you're in, you have a great view. Also, the beds are super comfortable and easy to fall asleep in.
The hotel facilities are a bit dated and the rooms could have been much cleaner.
- Week day prices were cheap! - Rooms didn't smell like the rest of the place - Lots of coupons and discounts if you jump through the loop holes
-2 out of the 5 Nights the shower had no hot water. Called front desk, "We'll send someone up right away." No one ever came. - Casino Floor smells like cigarettes and disgusting perfume
Even though it was old, the rooms were clean.
The hallways and casino area had very strong cigarette smoke odors. At night the street noises were very loud and there is no way you could go to sleep before 1 am. In addition, the bed pillows were way too firm. Very hard to get comfortable and go to sleep.
Shower didn't work, unbearable noise from the street until midnight (they actually provided earplugs - instead of mints). Foul odor in hallway and room. Anything extra (refrigerator, decent TV channels, etc.) would cost extra. You get what you pay for - not much!
On Fremont street.
Stayed in December and no heater in the rooms.. Maintenance told us what do you expect from a 60 year old building. We were moved to the other tower with same results" no heat". Rooms were out dated and tiles were coming off in bath. Ceiling had water stains.. Not what you expect in a Vegas resort.
Employees were very helpful and friendly. Hugo's Cellar is the best restaurant in VEGAS! I stayed for $26 a night, granted it's an off season and it was during the week but, WOW!
Parking situation, pay for self parking as a hotel guest.
They never refunded my security deposit of 25.00 dollars.
Great location and good price.
Bathroom was run down- rusted tub that leaked all night and swollen stained ceiling.
I like that the hotel is right on the Fremont Experience street.
The room was stuffy, the bathroom didn't have a fan.
Advertised free parking and it cost. Bed were creek and old. Pay for wireless Internet. No pool. Ice machines on every other floor with slow old elevators. The hotel is in need of a major remodel.
It was in the middle of all the action on Fremont St..
Most of the room was clean. But when i woke up to have a cup of coffee to find the coffee maker had an layer of dust on it.