With a stay at Golden Gate Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas (Fremont Street), you'll be minutes from Mob Museum and close to Las Vegas Convention Center. This casino hotel is within close proximity of Las Vegas City Hall and Fremont Street Flightlinez.
Stay in one of 122 guestrooms featuring flat-screen televisions. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and cable programming is available for your entertainment. Private bathrooms with bathtubs or showers feature complimentary toiletries and hair dryers. Conveniences include phones, housekeeping is provided daily, and you can request irons/ironing boards.
Rec, Spa, Premium Amenities
Take advantage of recreation opportunities such as a casino, or other amenities including complimentary wireless Internet access and gift shops/newsstands.
Satisfy your appetite at the hotel's restaurant, which serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner, or grab a snack at a coffee shop/café. Relax with a refreshing drink at one of the 2 bars/lounges.
Business, Other Amenities
Featured amenities include a 24-hour front desk, a safe deposit box at the front desk, and ATM/banking services. Free valet parking is available onsite.
A couple of the staff....Evening reception that gave us a comp b/c our room hadn't been cleaned after two calls to the front desk and the Maintenance guy...Scott...who repaired the heater, and the security guy that helped us open the safe that was stuck. Valet guys were friendly. The location is good.
No hot water in late afternoon and evening. Reception told me that during afternoon and evening, I needed to run the shower for 20 minutes before the hot water would show up. They were close...18 minutes. Seems like a huge waste of water. Bathroom smaller than the backseat of my car. Room noisy starting late in the evening. Heater didn't seem to work. I had many contacts with staff to help me solve a problem, repair something, or give further instruction or how things worked, which I've not had in other hotels. My wife and I stayed here as a less expensive alternative to the Golden Nugget, where we usually stay because I were here for a conference and we'll be coming back in April. Not a good choice. Will never stay here again. Ever.
The employees were all very pleasant.
Once I paid for the room (and resort fee online) when checking in I am told about a $100.00 deposit that will be refunded upon checkout. When I check out I see Another $21.00 fee (Resort Fee) All and all we ended up having to pay almost $64.00 for that $20.00 room. The bathroom was so small the door hit the toilet, when I went to hang my towel on the hook on the back of the door it slipped and fell in the toilet. There are bands playing in the blocked off area on Freemont till at least 3am and it blared into our room. The food in the restaurant was outrageously priced for the tiny and outdated cafe. $11.00 for a hamburger and that was about the cheapest thing on there menu. I will never go back and will tell everyone I know how bad it was!
It is an old era hotel from the early 1900s. There are antigues and photos worth bucks scattered amongst.
When you get upstairs think green mile. Valet seems to loathe their positions. Room was dirty due to lack of care. I work in international business so i can tell when a worker is given too many rooms, tht or a lack of training. Brittle doors slam all times of the night as the plywood hallway floors play lullaby late into the night letting you know who is up and heading where any time you like (usually 2-5am( Thumbs Down Kids
Unfriendly front desk staff, hidden resort fees, misrepresented pictures of room.
$20 resort fee per day for only a very slow internet (no pool, no business center, not fitness center etc.)
Dirty, outdated, lacking in amenities, foul smell on hallway. The shower curtain is full of molds and dirt on the bottom side. Toilet bowl stained and not cleaned and was not cleaned during our stay. Electrical outlets are few and hard to access.
There was a resort fee of $24.60 that I was not informed of and had no choice but to pay when I checked in. DO NOT BOOK AT THIS HOTEL unless you know and understand what the fee will be. The hotel room was very small and very noisy due to the loud music all night from the "Freemont Experience" all evening.
The things they don't tell you when booking a reservation...like there's a $20 "Resort Fee" - yeah right, you call this a resort? It's more like an old sleazy casino/hotel. There's a rock concert that goes on outside next to the hotel on Fremont Street until 2 am every night - doesn't mention that in the booking info...try to sleep through Def Leppard and Journey covers going till 2 am. Front desk staff is rude and disinterested for the most part.
The staff was very friendly and it was right at the beginning of Fremont Street. The experience was exactly what we wanted and now that we have had it next time it is the strip with modern rooms for us.
Well if you want to be able to sleep any time at night then do not ask for the Fremont street rooms lol. They asked if we wanted a window off Fremont street and our window was right above the stage. Cool for watching the bands but very bad if you needed sleep. When the front desk gave us ear plugs it should have been a giveaway then. But again we asked for it. The only other thing is it is an older hotel so if you are looking for large spacious bathrooms then pay for the suites, otherwise you will be getting a tiny bathroom that when you open the door it hits the toilet.
It would have been great to know about the $22.60 per day resort fee tacked on top of the room rate. Made a seemingly inexpensive vacation turn into a much more costly endeavor.
I liked the vintage Vegas charm.
My room wasn't as clean as I would have liked. Gum in the carpet. Old clothes tags from a previous occupant. Bathroom wasn't quite as clean as one should expect. Location of the hotel made for a poor night's sleep because of noise.
small room, nightclub music blasting until 1 am, resort fee of 22.4 per night
Fun casino. Great bartenders and valet. Best location in vegas.
Very small rooms, but I wasn't in there.