Four Queens Hotel and Casino

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Four Queens Hotel and Casino

, Las Vegas
2 star

Rooms: 690

202 Fremont Street - Las Vegas - Nevada - 89101 - United States Hotel Website | | 702 385 4011
844 Traveller

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8/10
Vacation
Submitted by: Steve Hebzynski in 25/11/05
  • Age Group: 41 - 50
  • From: United States
  • Traveller type: Mature Couple
A real nice place to stay and play. Me and my wife really liked the four queens, we stayed at other places but we both liked staying here. The people that work there seem real nice. The lady who checked us in was real nice. So when we go back we will look into staying at the four queens again. Good place to stay. Also they have a good players club.
8/10
Comfortable
Submitted by: Matthew Villaire in 22/06/05
  • Age Group: 41 - 50
  • From: United States
  • Traveller type: Special Interest/Event
Nice place very inexpensive for the weekend. Had a blast staying downtown.
9/10
Nice hotel
Submitted by: Chris Johnson in 03/05/05
  • Age Group: 41 - 50
  • From: United States
  • Traveller type: Budget Traveller
I far prefer downtown to the Strip. Everything is in much easier reach, downtown. People also seem to be friendlier.
The meals & drinks are half the price of the strip, which I found very expensive. The four Queens is a nice hotel, located in the heart of downtown. They have plenty of slots & tables for gamblers, food is good & rooms are clean.
2/10
Not at all acceptable
Submitted by: Hugo Cellar And Casino in 29/03/05
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  • From: United States
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Our dinner at Hugo's was just terrible. The chicken was tough and the duck was not eatable. Salads and wine were delicious but for the price the entrees were terrible. Don't think we will visit again. In the casino I had to wait 40 minutes to come to my gambling machine for payoff. Not acceptable.

Historical Traveller Reviews of Four Queens Hotel and Casino

bathroom could have been much cleaner!!!

from A TripAdvisor Member
The bathroom had dirty towels & wash cloths in it when we arrived, called housekeeping and they were in no hurry to remidy the situation.
Light bulbs were burnt out and you could not get one unscrewed and thew other the light bulb would not screw in. Also the bathroom had black mold in the corners of the shower, which with a little effort could have been cleaned. Mine at home isn't that way and I don't thindk when you are spending 80.00 a nite you should have to put up with that...
Will never stay with you again......

The Four Queens a love and hate relationship

from A TripAdvisor Member
I stayed at the Four Queens in August on one of the lower level floors, no one told me the Freemont Experience sound was so loud it seemed that it went on for a couple of hours. The people next door to me were fighting and screaming everynight I complained that did find them another room which impressed me. On the room it was clean the bathroom a little small the casino was tight and crowded and the food court was not that great. Ask me if I would stay there again maybe??? on a higher floor to combat the noise for convenience it was great!!!!

Would definately stay here again

from A TripAdvisor Member
Stayed at the Four Queens 10-22-03 to 10-24-03 and would definately stay there again. Enjoyed the whole downtown experience. My room was very clean, the staff was very nice, and it was very conveniently located. The room was a little noisy, but who goes to Vegas to sleep?

great hotel for the money

from A TripAdvisor Member
our stay t the Four Queens was super. The hotel is a great value for the money . We had a room that faced Fremont Street and every morning we had breakfast delivered to our room and the service and food was exceptional The staff was friendly and efficient. The rooms were very clean ,we could not have asked for more . We will stay there again ,and we are downtown lovers , we always stay downtown. Try the Four Queens you will not be disappointed

Four Queens better than expected

from A TripAdvisor Member
The room was clean and comfortable and we really enjoyed the Fremont Street Experience. We got a special deal on the room thru Expedia and we were not disappointed.

Four Queens was a Lady!

from A TripAdvisor Member
We found the staff at the Four Queens to be most graceful and willing to help with any request. Our room was nothing special, but it was clean and comfortable. The housekeeping person apparently did not know the difference in shampoo and body lotion, after three days, we had three bottles of lotion, but no shampoo (fortunately, we had some of our own). We have always enjoyed the casino in the Four Queens, but this trip we did not spend much time there because the temperature (according to a display on the wall) was between 76 and 77 degrees F. This may be okay for many, but we found it uncomfortably warm. Will we go there again? Absolutely!!

Affordable Luxury

from A TripAdvisor Member
The Four Queens has nothing to offer other than its casino as far as ameneties go - not even a pool. However! walking through the hotel gives you a sense of pride, as if your staying at a 4 or 5 star hotel due to the shiny mirrors and bright lights that give the hotel a glitzy and glamorous feel. Just step outside the hotel and your right in the heart of the Freemont Experience where every night from 8-12 they have exciting and awesome laser light shows and there is plenty to do right on Fremont St. without having to drive to the strip (10 minutes by car) the room was nice and the bathroom included complimentary travel sized shampoo/conditioner. Not a big deal but again, considering the room rates, your lucky to get any. The hotel has free enclosed parking which should keep your car cool should you have one. Overall, it wasn't the greatest place to stay, but it provided what really matter most, a clean room and comfortable room at a fraction of what you would pay for anything comparable.

Fabulous Four Queens

from A TripAdvisor Member
I submitted this to Diane Chapman of the Four QueensI would like to start by saying Thank You. Thank you for a wonderful five day stay at the Four Queens! My husband and I miss the "old" Vegas and you provide the nostalgic atmosphere missing from all of the new "sterile" resorts and casinos.Your staff was cheerful, helpful and always pleasant; we intend to suggest your hotel to ALL of our associates. Our stay was made even more enjoyable by the generosity of your gaming facility! The refrigerator in our room was not cooling properly, we called and waited approx. 10 minutes, unbelievable, the response time was record breaking, your Engineer replaced the unit, all with a smile! We couldn't help but remark at how knowledgeable and informative all of your staff was, including your Security Department.Our room was clean and spacious; we enjoyed your instantaneous room service, on demand movies and the convenience of your taxi service. One thing absolutely stood out during our stay and this may sound strange, considering the climate during our visit BUT please commend your superb Chef on the delectable MINESTRONE soup, what a delightful "elixir", such an unexpected taste treat.We have read reviews on your hotel rooms and were surprised by some suggesting that you try and stay as far from the Fremont St. experience as possible, because of the noise. We were on the ninth floor overlooking the Fremont and thoroughly enjoyed the nightly light show, honestly if you visit Las Vegas for a quiet nights sleep, something is wrong with you. We had the opportunity to enjoy a few fireworks on Thursday night; we could see them through our window, coming from the direction of the Stratosphere.We regretted having to leave on Monday morning BUT even upon our departure everyone we encountered was as gracious as when we checked in. The gentleman that retrieved our bags from our room was kind enough to unload our bags into our car in the Valet area and your Valet Attendant was also very pleasant. Please pass this along to your staff and their Superiors; everyone enjoys a well-deserved pat on the back, sincere praise, thanks, or a compliment. Well, we have decided that five days is just not enough to really enjoy Vegas, so we will just have to come back. Thank you, again Diane.

Theives

from A TripAdvisor Member
BJ Dealers are shysters.. they will try to underpay you. they will count out your chips wrong. belive me i spent a week and half downtown and that place must train their dealers. I understand they are in financial troubles so maybe thats it.. they get my thumbs down : (

Clean, cheap rooms

from A TripAdvisor Member
The rooms are clean...But the walls & door is very thin. Could hear people talking inside their room from the hallway...I didn't like that at all. But for a cheap, clean room...This is the place to stay.

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Other names for Four Queens Hotel and Casino

  • 4 queens
  • Address: 202 Fremont Street - Las Vegas - Nevada - 89101 - United States
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"Nice hotel" - Chris Johnson

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