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128 Fremont St, Las Vegas, NV 89101-5604
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#150 of 290 in Las Vegas
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wallflower69 wrote a review Mar 2022
Otterlo, The Netherlands216 contributions148 helpful votes
Cute little hotel right smack in the downtown LV area. You'll get guest discount for dining in the hotel and in the sister hotel restaurant. Decor is very charming and room is clean and neat. No real 'windows' for the cheapest room. It advertises itself as 'haunted' since it's the oldest hotel in LV, but my stay there was ok.
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Date of stay: December 2021
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Mneilcihsos wrote a review Feb 2022
Henderson, Nevada32 contributions14 helpful votes
Booked this location as it was the cheapest place Downtown on a Saturday night - usually stay at Four Queens or The Grand. Room on second floor was perfectly basic and nostalgic. Radio, Fridge and phone all looked like 60s or 70s. It was clean, shower worked and bed was comfortable. Might start staying here instead of the Four Queens which I learned is a sister property.
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Date of stay: February 2022Trip type: Travelled
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Heath Wagner wrote a review Jan 2022
Evansville, Indiana3323 contributions329 helpful votes
Not the fanciest, and not the nicest, but a very solid option staying downtown. Our room was $49 for the night ($55 with taxes) and the nice thing is the Apache does not charge a resort fee. This is a very nice fact given most places in Vegas now charge upwards of a $40 per night “resort” fee. The room was very basic as was the bathroom. The bathroom was smaller but everything in the room was in order and clean. I was a bit concerned about the idea of being able to sleep with the lights and sounds of Freemont Street. I slept fine with no complaints. Overall I give the Apache a 4 out of 5 stars for location and value. I would stay here again in the future.
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Date of stay: January 2022Trip type: Travelled
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Randy R wrote a review Jul 2021
Las Vegas, Nevada42 contributions75 helpful votes
Hardwood floors dark wood table, chairs, and bed with drawers at the foot. The phone looks early 20's and the bathroom was right out of the 1800's but with the modern water pipe. The stay was very pleasant but my view was an industrial air conditioner.
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Date of stay: July 2021
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Cathy S wrote a review Jun 2021
Fargo, North Dakota45 contributions62 helpful votes
We stayed here the weekend of June 11-14, 2021, had two (adjoining) rooms. The rooms were very small but clean. The problems we encountered were with the front desk staff. We had a very early flight on Monday so on Sunday evening we inquired at the front desk as to getting a cab early the next morning, the male clerk assured us someone would be at the desk front desk and they would simply push a button to hail us a cab.Imagine our surprise on Monday morning when we went to the front desk and no one was there, there was a note to call the Four Queens front desk. We called the Four Queens and the person who answered was quite rude and actually hung up on us. We called back and asked what we should do about getting a cab and she said we were on our own, maybe stand outside on the street and see if one comes by. So at that point we literally ran to the Golden Nugget valet area and they were fully staffed and hailed us a cab immediately.
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Date of stay: June 2021
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McLawyer_Nevada wrote a review Jun 2021
Las Vegas, Nevada44 contributions70 helpful votes
I wanted a room downtown and they were the cheapest. No hotel fees and it was $48. The room is small, and the furniture basic. The shower was so small that I could not turn around in it. They provided toiletries but were low quality. It was clean though the hallway had a musty smell. They are a sister property with the 4 Queens and the next time, I will try the 4 Queens.
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Date of stay: June 2021
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Mandy G wrote a review Apr 2021
Louisville, Kentucky15 contributions12 helpful votes
My husband and I went for a long weekend getaway. We decided to stay on Freemont instead of Strip. Our room was very simple, but clean and spacious. Bathroom was small, but offered a tub, which most LV hotels do not anymore. I prefer to be able to soak in a hot tub after walking around all day. Location is wonderful. We walked right out the casino door and out onto Freemont! Housekeeping came around every morning. I would def stay again.
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Date of stay: April 2021
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BronteDisqoe wrote a review Mar 2021
Lincoln, Nebraska25 contributions45 helpful votes
Truly a depressing place to stay... I can't believe this place was "remodeled" a year or two ago. Dark, dingy hallways. Very small rooms. Bathrooms almost unusable. This place makes the 4 Queens look like the Ritz. Stay here only if it's half the price of other options.
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Date of stay: March 2021Trip type: Travelled
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schrecker wrote a review Mar 2021
Owensboro, Kentucky30 contributions8 helpful votes
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Not a bad place to stay. It’s in a great location and was very clean. You get what you pay for it’s not 5 star but it works for a budget trip. There was only 1 bad thing, we arrived pretty late and there was no one at the check in desk. We had to wait about 10 minutes for someone to show up. That was the only negative. We did see a ghost. Check out the photo of the mirror closet doors.
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Date of stay: March 2021Trip type: Travelled
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Dave wrote a review Feb 2021
California2 contributions5 helpful votes
When I read last year that Binion's downtown was going to take a section of rooms above the casino and remodel them and make it a 'boutique hotel' called Apache I was excited. I recently stayed there and here are my thoughts. Not a dime has been put into the casino area - the elevators and walls and carpet are the same old rundown condition it's been for 25 years. When I checked in at the front desk, I was greeted by a man that had no enthusiasm, no smile, no nothing. He had the personality of a rock. With all of the good people in LV that are unemployed - that's the best you got Apache? I was told to 'use the elevator down by the front' - that's all. No directions, I was on my own at this point. When I got off the elevator, I felt I was stepping into a 1960 time warp. Just a sea of dark brown old wood doors - all looking the same. I managed to find my room number, and when I entered, I was so disappointed. The only window was a small rectangular window about 7 feet up in a corner. It was dark, dismal, and had the feel of the Golden Gate or Plaza or one of those dumpy places. This was their idea of a "boutique hotel"'? I paid the extra $50 for the 'premium' room too, and if this was premium, I'd hate to see the regular rooms. Where were the 'multimillion dollar renovations' I had read about? Where was the private bar overlooking Fremont Street they boasted about? Color me a sucker this trip with my lodging, but I won't make that mistake again.
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Date of stay: January 2021
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Frequently Asked Questions about Hotel Apache
Which popular attractions are close to Hotel Apache?
Nearby attractions include Axehole Vegas (0.3 km), Cannabition @ Planet 13 Opening in Winter 2020 (0.3 km), and Fremont Street Experience (0.06 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Hotel Apache?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, a pool, and an on-site restaurant.
What food & drink options are available at Hotel Apache?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Hotel Apache?
Yes, parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Hotel Apache?
Conveniently located restaurants include Le Thai, Evel Pie, and Donut Bar.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Hotel Apache?
Yes, guests have access to a pool and a fitness centre during their stay.
Are there any historical sites close to Hotel Apache?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Old Las Vegas Mormon Fort (1.5 km), Hartland Mansion (1.5 km), and Harrison House (1.3 km).
Is Hotel Apache accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access and facilities for disabled guests. For specific enquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.