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Constructed in 1941, the El Cortez Hotel and Casino is the oldest consistently running gaming property in Las Vegas. It is located in the Fremont East Entertainment District in historic downtown Las Vegas. With 362 hotel rooms including the Cabana Suites, El Cortez features full-pay...
First of all loved the old flare from days well years gone by. Expected to see Frank S. or Dean M. maybe Mel T. to drop in at any minute...Nice room....everything you need......friendly staff everyone helpful....
Food .....dropped down for breakfast it was great. Then...More
Great place to stay
Rooms are large and clean
Food good quality and service
Gaming is excellent and has a good old style Vegas vibe
A true Vegas experience
Located at the end of freemont street so you can enjoy downtown without a car
I'm surprised how many people are unaware of the El Cortez Casino in downtown Las Vegas? I've been frequently this hotel for the past 40 years and always found friendly Casino Hosts, Hotel front desk staff, Maids security Etc. The food in the restaurants are...More
The Casino and Hotel are old school nice and clean. El Cortez Hotel double charged the resort fee and refused to correct the problem. I was told by hotel accounting to dispute the charge with Chase Visa to get the over charge money returned by...More
Response from Alexandra E, Manager at El Cortez Hotel & CasinoResponded 6 days ago
Hi there, we're sorry to hear about this. If you could please send us a message with some information about your stay - dates, name on reservation + your contact info, we'd like to look into this further and remedy any mistakes. Thank you!
Stayed 3 nights in a Tower Room. I arrived early but my room was ready and the receptionist couldn't have been nicer! The room was large and clean. Climate control worked great. The beds were comfortable. The rooms and furniture are old but everything was...More
the casino area has some air freshener piped in, so there wasn't really a smoke smell, but hubby wasn't too fond of the fragrance of the air freshener, but I was fine with it, so everyone is different. We had a Tower room... More
the casino area has some air freshener piped in, so there wasn't really a smoke smell, but hubby wasn't too fond of the fragrance of the air freshener, but I was fine with it, so everyone is different. We had a Tower room, they were older rooms, but comfortable and we'd definitely stay again, but no smoke smell in the room.
They have a brochure with your key card that advertises the casino specials (happy hour at the bar, $3 pizza slices) and in the room you'll find some similar promotional materials. The only discount you get is, at present... More
They have a brochure with your key card that advertises the casino specials (happy hour at the bar, $3 pizza slices) and in the room you'll find some similar promotional materials. The only discount you get is, at present, to the Mob Museum, where they discount your entry fee (I'm guessing the Museum needs the ticket revenue). You can get rated, and if you gamble a lot you certainly should, but I would expect to spend a lot more gambling to get a comp than just buying a ticket to whatever I wanted to see or do.