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Four Queens Hotel and Casino

202 Fremont Street, Las Vegas, NV 89101-5606
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#114 of 282 hotels in Las Vegas
Four Queens Hotel and Casino has been in operation since 1966. We have consistently concentrated on delivering high quality, traditional Las Vegas gaming and entertainment. The property is across from our sister property, Binion's Gambling Hall in the heart of Fremont Steet in downtown Las Vegas.
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Property amenities
Free parking
Bar / lounge
Casino and Gambling
Car hire
Banquet room
Meeting rooms
24-hour security
Valet parking
Paid wifi
Coffee shop
Baggage storage
Convenience store
Currency exchange
Gift shop
ATM on site
24-hour check-in
24-hour front desk
Laundry service
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Room features
Air conditioning
Interconnected rooms available
Coffee / tea maker
Flatscreen TV
Bath / shower
Complimentary toiletries
Room service
Wake-up service / alarm clock
Hair dryer
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Room types
Non-smoking rooms
Family rooms
Smoking rooms available
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Centrally Located
Languages Spoken
English, French, Russian, Spanish and 3 more
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Jay Y wrote a review 25 Feb
Lexington, Kentucky28 contributions9 helpful votes
After flying into Vegas for work, we were given a room at the Four Queens. Staying on the 9th floor, from the elevator just off the front desk (I'm not sure which "tower"), I was pleasantly surprised at the lovely soft bedding, and clean room. No, its not ultra modern, slick, or fancy. It IS what you need after 14 hours in the high desert. I left a fare few dusty bootprints on the carpet. But the shower was lovely with full body spray options, large vanity sink area (tiny mirror), and easily adjustable thermostat. The window was bolted shut. This particular room faced away from freemont street, which I assume attributed to its quietness, but did allow us a view of our parked car on the top level of the garage. The Casino was as expected, a mix of new and old slots, table games, $10 min Craps, and plenty of other options which seemed to be Covid friendly. All staff was courteous about reminding guest to wear a face covering, and most people did as required to have a good time. Coffee at Marigold's restaurant was expensive in the morning, with a $1.49 charge for each order take away additional. Its also terrible coffee, please skip. The Prime Rib is also only ok. Best bet, cross the street for Dunkin Donuts Coffee in the morning (or bring your own), and eat a Tony Roma's where the prime rib is literally half the price of Magnolias. There was no Bell service during our stay. The desk staff advised there was a reduction due to Covid. If you have lots of bags such as we did, opt for a late checkout and store the bags in your room. The key card will deactivate at 12pm on your checkout day, but the desk staff advised they could reactivate to get the luggage since there was no other way to securely store items. We had no problems doing this. The drive through entrance is closed, but the parking garage is open and free for guests. Its also only $10/24-hours which I found fairly cheap downtown should anyone need to pay. There is A LOT of construction that seems to be happening (I didn't actually see anyone working.... ) so be prepared for cones, markers, detours, and follow the signs for lane adjustments if you are self driving downtown. As far as the Subway Deli/Icecream shop - Workers were carrying a body in a sheet down the stairs when we arrived - unsure if anyone died - we avoided. I did not explore Hugo's Cellar. On the whole, I would stay at the hotel again, but I would find other places to game. There are limited games in which freeplay can be used, and none of them are the latest new options. It might be wise to stay on Freemont, and game at the strip? The D - next door - also seems like a newer viable gaming option.
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Date of stay: February 2021
Trip type: Travelled on business
Room Tip: Rooms facing the garage are quieter.
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CareyMendi wrote a review 17 Feb
Madera, California77 contributions61 helpful votes
If you are an adult over 25 and find yourself checking into the Four Queens, you may want to closely examine your life choices. Describing the Four Queens as “vintage” would be generous. “Dilapidated” might be more appropriate. We booked a premium king room in the south tower...which, looking at pictures, seems like an updated area of the resort. When booking (directly from their own website), we chose the non-smoking option. That was the only part of the experience that was decent. Upon arrival, there was no valet service available. It was unclear if this was due to COVID or just another part of the lackluster customer service. However, the first three floors of the parking garage are still reserved for valet only. The elevator closest to the hotel was out of service, and seemed to have been for some time. The other elevator was extremely questionable. The doors had to be forced open, it literally shimmied and shook, and I quite expected to plummet to my death. There wasn’t a certification tag on display. I thought to ask to see it when checking in...but... Upon checking in, the kind employee wearing regular street clothes informed us we were booked into a queen smoking room. Nope. Not going to work. We were informed their booking wasn’t guaranteed. It was a Tuesday night and all the king non smoking rooms were booked??? Doubtful. She then got us into a queen non smoking room. My husband is 6’7”. A queen isn’t going to work. After some back and forth with housekeeping, we were put into a standard king room in the north tower. The elevators in the north tower are just as questionable as that in the parking garage. They are an accident waiting to happen. Pot smoke is just as prevalent as cigarette smoke. The room is tiny. Itsy bitsy. Peeling, stained wallpaper, scratched up furniture, leaky faucets, and ear plugs greeted us. Ear plugs?? Yes. Ear plugs...because if you are above the Fremont Street Experience, you listen to the 50,000 watt speakers blasting music all night...as well as whatever street performers are out. We were NOT warned about that at the front desk. At 3:30am, they were still at it. Also, there was hair in the tub and in the towels. And I had ice water in my shower for half of it. I get it...a $50 room serves its purpose. But this place shows zero pride in anything it does. From half the lights being out in the check-in area, to the sorry state of the room, to the lack of a staff uniform, to the general disrepair everywhere, it makes for a poor experience.
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Date of stay: February 2021Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Keekee79 wrote a review Jan 2021
39 contributions11 helpful votes
Four queens is a pretty old hotel/casino. The casino is old, small n smokey. The rooms were kinda beat up. Needed repainted n new carpet. U could tell it had been redone a long time ago n just not kept up with. The loud music n noise from Fremont St makes it hard to sleep for some ppl. The other couple w were with complained about it, but we were so tired from walking so much we passed out. It wasn't the best, but u can good a good deal if u call directly & theres no resort fees!
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Date of stay: December 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Response from Elizabeth Bristow, Other at Four Queens Hotel and Casino
Responded 12 Jan 2021
Thank you for appreciating our value. We are sorry to hear the stay did not wow you.
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Ron C wrote a review Nov 2020
Miami Beach, Florida41 contributions2 helpful votes
Stayed here in September 2020 . I must admit It’s old but, it’s the “feel “ it’s old LV ; Mafia , Rat Pack , Chicago , Tony “ The Ant” and Frank Culotta . It’s when Vegas was in its hay day ! Not bad , it’s musty smell of smoke , it’s really retro but it’s all good cause the people that work there are fantastic!
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Date of stay: November 2020
Response from Elizabeth Bristow, Other at Four Queens Hotel and Casino
Responded 12 Jan 2021
Than you for such a great review, we are so happy to hear you enjoyed our incredible staff.
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Annette H wrote a review Nov 2020
Hesperia, California430 contributions58 helpful votes
Stayed here for the first time while downtown, never knew that they had no resort fees, which saved me about $65 for the two nights. Room was comfortable but dated and was right above the Freemont Experience - a bit loud, although we were able to sleep. The gaming staff could use some personality, tried to play Roulette, but I felt like I was bothering her (the dealer) and no true interaction with here and the players, doesn't make for a fun table, plus I noticed that not a lot of people were playing the tables there. Other staff were very friendly.
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Date of stay: November 2020
Room Tip: Try not to stay in a room next to The Freemont Experience
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Response from Elizabeth Bristow, Other at Four Queens Hotel and Casino
Responded 12 Jan 2021
Thank you for such a detailed response. We appreciate the feedback as well as the suggestions for where we can improve.
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Frequently Asked Questions about Four Queens Hotel and Casino
Which popular attractions are close to Four Queens Hotel and Casino?
Nearby attractions include Axehole Vegas (0.3 km), Fremont Street Experience (0.05 km), and Cannabition @ Planet 13 Opening in Winter 2020 (0.3 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Four Queens Hotel and Casino?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include an on-site restaurant, a lounge, and free parking.
Which room amenities are available at Four Queens Hotel and Casino?
Top room amenities include air conditioning, a flat screen TV, and a desk.
What food & drink options are available at Four Queens Hotel and Casino?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Four Queens Hotel and Casino?
Yes, free parking, a parking garage, and valet parking are available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Four Queens Hotel and Casino?
Conveniently located restaurants include Le Thai, Andiamo Italian Steakhouse, and Carson Kitchen.
Does Four Queens Hotel and Casino offer any business services?
Yes, guests have access to meeting rooms and a banquet room during their stay.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Four Queens Hotel and Casino?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English, Spanish, French, German, Italian, Russian, and Filipino.
Are there any historical sites close to Four Queens Hotel and Casino?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Old Las Vegas Mormon Fort (1.5 km), Hartland Mansion (1.4 km), and Harrison House (1.4 km).
Is Four Queens Hotel and Casino accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access. For specific enquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.