Our stay was excellent from check in, we were given an upgraded room. The staff was great plenty of entertainment the cleaning crew was awesome.
When we go back to Las Vegas we will definitely be booking the Golden Nugget.
A storied name in Las Vegas, the downtown Golden Nugget Hotel and Casino is 2 miles north of the Strip; the Fremont Street …More
Hotel staff were very accommodating and pleasant to deal with. Bed and pillows were top of the line. Not many TV stations which is no surprise since they don't want you lingering in the room.
There was a $10 daily up charge to use the internet over and above the daily resort fee which was a surprise. We didn't use the internet but the charge appeared on the account but was immediately removed when questioned.
Traveller from London, Ontario, Canada
In the downtown entertainment district, the hotel is on Fremont Street with its nightly sound-and-light shows and 2 miles …More
This hotel is a great value. Room was nice with a Confortable bed. During the week, rates are great. It's a block from freemont but you can hear the music a little from room. Pool was great and they offer free coffee in the morning, which is rare in vegas. We would stay there again.
Traveller from Palm Desert, CA
Located in Downtown Las Vegas, this hotel is 0.1 mi (0.1 km) from Mob Museum and within 3 mi (5 km) of Las Vegas Convention …More
This was our first time staying at Four Queens. We usually stay at the Golden Nugget but could not get the rooms we wanted and I hate paying the resort fee. I was a little worried about staying at Four Queens after reading some of the reviews but was pleasantly surprised. We do not typically spend any time in the room when we are in Las Vegas so we just want a nice, clean place to sleep. The room was very clean and comfortable. The staff at the hotel was friendly and helpful and the check in was the fastest check in we have ever had in Las Vegas. There was a small overcharge on my credit card and it was easy to take care of. I will definitely be coming back. I know some have complained about the noise but I love the proximity to the street and we expect a lot of noise when we are in Las Vegas.
Located 2 miles from the north end of the Strip, this downtown Las Vegas hotel opens directly onto Fremont Street's …More
Having lived in Hawaii for couple of years I felt immediately at home with the overwhelming majority of Hawaiian guests. Oddly enough, I met our former next door neighbor just after we checked in to this place. The hotel certainly addresses the practical no-frills nature of Hawaiians. Most of the guests had a coupon book and they've used it with vigor. I need to get my hands on one of these coupon books. The room was refreshed; however, you can see that most of it was cosmetic. Nonetheless, the room was clean and everything was functional. We tried the California Noodle House and Market Street Café. Both were okay; Market Street Café gives you better value. The ramen at the noodle house was bit to firm and the broth was too salty. Pad Thai was pretty good. Breakfast buffet at the Market Street Café was sub-ar. We did, however, really enjoy the $9.99 prime rib special at the Market Street Café...probably the best value in old Las Vegas. Getting the daily $10 food credit was a nice bonus...this time the fine print worked in our favor.
Traveller from Chula Vista, CA
Located in Downtown Las Vegas, this hotel is 0.3 mi (0.4 km) from Mob Museum and 1.3 mi (2 km) from Las Vegas Premium …More
Plane was delayed, I got there after closing hours. I had to wait for some time to contact somebody to check me in, even though I told them I was running late. Eventually, somebody called me back on phone number I left with about 4 messages & they checked me in. I was happy about that. After that I was able t was able to recover & get ready for work.
Traveller from L.A.,Ca.
Located in Downtown Las Vegas, this motel is 1.2 mi (1.9 km) from Fremont Street Experience and 2.6 mi (4.3 km) from Las …More
The neon, twinkling lights of vintage Vegas are on full display downtown at the Fremont Street Experience, a five-block area that features a few of the city’s longest-operating casinos, a pedestrian mall, and an overhead electronic canopy for laser and light shows. Downtown Las Vegas also houses city hall, the 18b Arts District, and a large outlet mall.