|"Friendly and helpful staff exceeded expectations"||(in 204 reviews)|
|"Great price and on Fremont Street"||(in 152 reviews)|
|"LOCATION was great/staff was wonderful."||(in 250 reviews)|
|"Room was very dirty!"||(in 10 reviews)|
|"Terrible smell of cigarette smoke everywhere."||(in 33 reviews)|
|"Cockroaches On the casino floor !"||(in 41 reviews)|
|location was great||in 734 reviews|
|fremont street||in 696 reviews|
|staff was friendly||in 447 reviews|
|resort fee||in 271 reviews|
|north tower||in 186 reviews|
|good food||in 175 reviews|
|casino of the hotel||in 167 reviews|
|room was clean||in 160 reviews|
|free parking||in 133 reviews|
|great price||in 132 reviews|
|great time||in 111 reviews|
|downtown vegas||in 108 reviews|
|noise level||in 105 reviews|
|ice machine||in 89 reviews|
|good value||in 88 reviews|
|hot water||in 85 reviews|
|non smoking||in 60 reviews|
|queens||in 60 reviews|
|first night||in 22 reviews|
|room was dirty||in 13 reviews|
The restaurants were good
The rooms cleaner they smelt bad
Glad the Freemont Experience ends 2:00 a.m. because we heard it right outside our window every hour until then.
loved the location and no resort fee
beds were a bit uncomfortable but you do get what you pay for. Ceiling was DIRTY with lots of dust.
Breakfast was great, our TV wasn't working n before we could get to the room the maintenance man was waiting for us n fixed it right away.
The accommodation and friendlyness.
We were on the top tower
You need a microwave
Timing was bad. But aside from that, the bed was saggy and not terribly comfortable in the cheaper North Tower. The room's carpet left my white socks black on teh bottom after walking around for a few hours. The bathroom looked less than stellar. The location is usually great, and they have no resort fee, which I appreciate, but compared to two past visits in the past year, this particular room was a low grade.
I had a 3-day reservation and they kicked me out after one night because of the Corona Virus - not their fault, I know, but I was told to contact a third party for a refund and am still waiting for my refund for 2 nights.
I did win money on the slot machines.
I will never stay there again. You’d think for a suite it would be quieter, nicer, but NO! The bathroom was disappointed, no towel hooks near the shower, no shelves to store my hair and face products, a soap dish would have been nice to have. The lighting is awful, turned on every light on and it was still very dark and dingy. The people next to us smoked so much marijuana and left their door partially opened. The only reason I stayed there was because a family member did not want pay a resort fee. If you want on Fremont, stay in the new towers at The Golden Nugget, their suites are fantastic and beautiful. Otherwise, stay on strip
Dinner at Magnolias very good, the restaurant was full however we got or dinner fast and customer service was great.
I upgraded my room, went from North to South tower, it was a much better room, it came with small fridge, it was perfect for my needs since I have children. Staff was very friendly and registration manager was available for questions and concerns. No resort fee.
Really like having easy access to Fremont Street.
Having a mini fridge would be amazing because the ice container is too small
Bed was very comfortable. The location is perfect on Fremont St.
It’s a little loud at night when going to bed but hey your in Vegas.
Four Queens Hotel and Casino has been in business for a long time. It was established in 1966. It is located in downtown Las Vegas on the very popular Fremont Street.
Those who stay at the Four Queens can choose from several room types. The rooms are equipped with HD flatscreen TVs, coffee makers, mini fridges, hairdryers, safes, and air conditioning. In the premium rooms, there are walk in showers with multiple shower heads so guests can have a spa-like experience in their own bathrooms.
Room service is available everyday. The casino also has four choices of venues for food and drink that guests can choose from. There’s Hugo’s Cellar for more elegant dining, Magnolia’s Veranda that’s open 24 hours a day and has a variety of food choices, Chicago Brewing Co. for pizza and appetizers, and the Patio Bar for having drinks with friends and taking in the Fremont Street experience.
Four Queens Hotel and Casino offers tons of stuff to do other than gambling in the casino. There are live shows at the casino including Elvis impersonators and magic shows. Just hit up the Four Queens box office right next to the lobby for tickets. There’s also Fremont Street with its endless list of things to watch and do.
Four Queens has an amazing location in Las Vegas. There’s pretty much no way for guests to get bored in this historical hotel and casino that’s right in the heart of the Fremont Street action.
based on 3,020 reviews
Policies vary by room type and provider.
If you are hoping to purchase some souvenirs or just treat yourself to a shopping trip during your stay at the Four Queens Hotel and Casino, there are many nearby stores to choose from, including Institution 18b, a popular clothing boutique that is less than a 10min drive away. For guests that are art enthusiasts, make sure to pay a visit to the Arts Factory, a gallery that can be reached by car in 3min and sells items such as jewelry, photographs, and paintings.
To visit an interesting museum, head to the Burlesque Hall of Fame, an exhibit that is a 4m drive from the Four Queens Hotel and Casino and contains items such as costumes, photographs from old burlesque shows, and personal belongings from famous dancers. If you are hoping to see a show, such as a concert or play, the Performing Arts Center at the Las Vegas Academy of the Arts is a 10min walk from the hotel and hosts performances almost every day.
When you are staying at the Four Queens Hotel and Casino, you may wish to visit a nearby casino, like the Golden Nugget Las Vegas Hotel & Casino, a popular option that is known for its extensive choice of table games and is within a 5min walk of the hotel. To go somewhere with many slot machines and bingo games, opt for the Plaza Hotel & Casino, which can be reached on foot in 6min.
If you are hoping to take the bus, head to the Casino Center @ Fremont (S) station that is almost directly in front of the Four Queens Hotel and Casino and services lines CX, DVX, SDX, and WAX. To catch lines 113, 207, and 215, go to the Las Vegas @ Carson (S) stop, as it is just a 2m walk from the hotel. The Stewart @ 4th (E) station can be reached on foot in under 5min and is convenient for those grabbing the 207 or DEUCE lines. Single tickets will cost you $2 each, while a one-day pass will cost you $5.
For those that will be traveling with several suitcases or just simply would like to go to the Four Queens Hotel and Casino (No Resort Fee) as quickly as possible, choose to take a car or taxi, as the drive from McCarran International Airport to the hotel will only last between 15 to 20min if the roads are not congested. Public transportation is also an option for those that would like to save money during their trip and opting to use bus line 109 will only take you 40 to 45min. (Prices checked 16/07/19).
Four Queens Hotel and Casino is located at 202 Fremont Street in Downtown, 0.5 miles from the center of Las Vegas. Fremont Street Experience is the closest landmark to Four Queens Hotel and Casino.
Check-in time is 4:00 PM and check-out time is 12:00 PM at Four Queens Hotel and Casino.
No, Four Queens Hotel and Casino does not offer free Wi-Fi.
No, Four Queens Hotel and Casino does not offer free parking.
No, Four Queens Hotel and Casino does not offer free airport shuttle service.
Four Queens Hotel and Casino is 5.9 miles from Las Vegas McCarran. Four Queens Hotel and Casino is 22.2 miles from Las Vegas Boulder City.
Yes, Four Queens Hotel and Casino has a pool onsite.