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Four Queens Hotel and Casino

3.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

The biggest problem people will have with this place is the noise if you get a room facing Fremont Street. I didn't mind. The bigger issue for me was their Wi-Fi. All guests share a single network, apparently, and it barely worked. At least I didn't get charged for it (was supposed to be $9/day per device but I never got charged).

Stay was good but painted sink and burgundy walls were unattractive.

I checked into a standard North tower smoking. It was clean but basic and just above Fremont Street so noisy to put it mildly. The next morning I got a call saying there was a plumbing issue on my floor and they had to move me out of my room. The only room available was a South tower suite. It was awesome!!!! I loved it! Huge, modern, clean and very comfortable!!!

Had no issues with the hotel. Price was right for quality. If I paid more, I would expect more. Everything was fine.

Outstanding casino and hotel, very much recommended.

Everything was good but for no hot water in shower 1 early morning

The main stage was right outside our window, so it was not quiet until after 2 am. If you don't like that, then mention you want quiet when booking a room. It's right in the middle of all the action of Fremont. The hotel room upkeep was good, clean, & how an interesting design. The casino and other areas of the hotel were easy to navigate.

Desk guy Gregory suck,low IQ and big ego ,not funny. They stolle my 50 bucks from safety "deposit" swipe. rooms are from 70,s small and depressive. slots are tight ,table stuff unhappy and hostile.

Poor view from room, too long of a wait for the room--cleaning staff slow--no speak English, first room had stuck bathroom door--had to get another room. Cleaning the room took till the afternoon at first--got better the last 2 nights.

Loud music ear plugs do not work for North Tower rooms

We had a group of 12 friend staying here for four days. It's a decent hotel for the price as long as you don't have high expectations. I'd say it's average pretty much in all categories. It's an older hotel in an older par of Vegas. The location to Freemont street is excellent. Walked pretty much right out the elevator and onto Freemont street. The casino was fun and fairly as expected. Not much winning by any of the 12 of us. Live music just outside and street front bars were nice. Heads up outside beer and drinks are expensive. Beer is $7 - $9 and mixed drinks $12 - $15. You can buy cheap beer at the stores nearby and carry them with you. If you want the Freemont Street experience this is a good choice just don't expect a Vegas Strip type hotel.

They have newly remodeled the rooms and they are very nice. Great location

The 4 Queens is a nice hotel, with a great staff. I chose the most economical room and I discovered that it was too close to Fremont Street for my liking. In the future, I will spend a little more money and find a quieter location. The 4 Queens may offer what I require, or I might need to stay a little farther form Fremont Street. One good think about this hotel is that they don't add a hotel user feel like some others nearby.

The 4 Queens is an OK hotel to stay at. The location on Fremont Street is nice. The bathroom in our room could definitely use some updating. The caulking around the tub had a black spot in it under the faucet. The caulking around the tub needs to be redone at the very least. It seemed as if you had to turn the tub faucet all of the way around to get hot water and when you did finally get the water adjusted the pipes made a lot of noise. The handle on the sink pulled right off from the faucet. We put it back on and it was OK. It appeared to be missing a screw. The bed was not very comfortable (quite hard) and there was a lot of noise, but housekeeping did leave us a couple pairs of ear plugs (after seeing the ones that I had brought along with me from home). I was expecting it to be noisy, so I came prepared. We had no idea when we booked our room that the Life is beautiful Festival was going on at the same time that we were there. Since this was our first time on Fremont Street I have no idea if the amount of noise was normal or not? Also, there seemed to be a lot of unusual things going on in the hotel main restrooms which required security. I am thinking that this was due to the festival? I would hope that security isn't required in the restrooms all of the time. It was kind of a wild weekend. Another thing, it would be nice if ice machines were on all floors of the hotel and that all of the pop machines were in working order.

Try and always stay at 4Q favorite Hotel and casino

If you make reservations go for south tower. Rooms are small. But your there just to sleep. Overall good experience.

Overall my experience was fine. But either the hotel or orbits messed up. My receipt showed 3 adults one child and 2 beds. When I arrived to check-in the lady that helped was surprised that we were all there. They showed 1 adult in a single room. We ended up getting the only double room available was a smoking room and smelled really bad. Otherwise the stay was good.

Trip was very good. We booked 4 rooms, one room didn't have the number of beds booked. And could not accommodate us until the next day. This lead to a very unpleasant first night. After that things were perfect.

There are two very good restaurants in Four Queens. Magnolia 's and Hugo Cellars. I recommend both with a 10+ rating.

202 Fremont St Las Vegas NV

Hotel highlights

  • Close to Las Vegas Premium Outlets
  • Onsite dining
  • Casino
  • Outdoor pool

Located in Fremont Street within a mile (2 km) of Las Vegas Premium Outlets, Four Queens Hotel and Casino is within a few miles (5 km) of other popular sights such as Las Vegas Convention Center. This 694-room, 3-star hotel has 3 restaurants along with conveniences like a casino and an outdoor pool. It's in central Las Vegas and also a short walk from Fremont Street Experience and Mob Museum.


Dining

This hotel is home to 3 onsite restaurants, perfect for a quick bite to eat. Savor a meal from the privacy of your room with room service, or get a pick-me-up at the coffee shop/café. Cooked-to-order breakfast is offered for a fee each morning from 5 AM to 1:00 PM.


Rooms

All of Four Queens Hotel and Casino's 694 rooms are air-conditioned and have an array of amenities, including refrigerators, coffee makers, and safes. Guests can expect WiFi and flat-screen TVs with cable channels. Bathrooms have hair dryers and free toiletries. Ironing boards and desks are also standard.


Property features

Guests staying at Four Queens Hotel and Casino enjoy access to a casino, an outdoor pool, and WiFi in public areas. Valet parking is available for USD 3 per day. Multilingual staff at the 24-hour front desk can assist with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Additional amenities include conference space, a business center, and a seasonal outdoor pool.

Room options

South Tower Premium

Queen 2 | Sleeps 4

Standard Room

Twin 1 | Sleeps 2

South Tower Royal Suite

King 1 | Sleeps 4

Guest reviews for Four Queens Hotel and Casino

Everyone (130) Couples (297) Business (54) Family (132) Friends (104) Other (99)
3
Everyone

Stay was good but painted sink and burgundy walls were unattractive.

By on Jan 11, 2018

5

moved to south tower suite

Everyone

I checked into a standard North tower smoking. It was clean but basic and just above Fremont Street so noisy to put it mildly. The next morning I got a call saying there was a plumbing issue on my floor and they had to move me out of my room. The only room available was a South tower suite. It was awesome!!!! I loved it! Huge, modern, clean and very comfortable!!!

By , from Athens GA on Jan 3, 2018

3

noise/smoke smell

Everyone

By , from vancouver bc on Dec 30, 2017

5

right on fremont st and fair price!

Everyone

Had no issues with the hotel. Price was right for quality. If I paid more, I would expect more. Everything was fine.

By , from Illinois on Dec 21, 2017

4

great place, on fremont st.

Couples

Outstanding casino and hotel, very much recommended.

By , from Ohio on Nov 3, 2017

5

nice hotel,downtown fun place

Everyone

Everything was good but for no hot water in shower 1 early morning

By , from WI on Nov 1, 2017

4

close to everything

Everyone

The main stage was right outside our window, so it was not quiet until after 2 am. If you don't like that, then mention you want quiet when booking a room. It's right in the middle of all the action of Fremont. The hotel room upkeep was good, clean, & how an interesting design. The casino and other areas of the hotel were easy to navigate.

By on Oct 16, 2017

2

small rooms,over priced,stuff sucks

Everyone

Desk guy Gregory suck,low IQ and big ego ,not funny. They stolle my 50 bucks from safety "deposit" swipe. rooms are from 70,s small and depressive. slots are tight ,table stuff unhappy and hostile.

By , from UT on Oct 11, 2017

3

poor view from room

Everyone

Poor view from room, too long of a wait for the room--cleaning staff slow--no speak English, first room had stuck bathroom door--had to get another room. Cleaning the room took till the afternoon at first--got better the last 2 nights.

By , from Detroit MI on Oct 7, 2017

3
Everyone

Loud music ear plugs do not work for North Tower rooms

By on Oct 4, 2017