Very nice staff, check in was great, needed to add a night the next day, added a night, gave us, food coupons, free play, free parking!
Dorothy | February 24, 2020
Great place food location the front desk amazing the food is great reasonable prices the prime rib at magnolias excellent
David | March 31, 2019
Love this spot, great price with great amenities and even better staff!!
Miguel | March 20, 2020
Nice clean room and friendly, helpful staff.
Paul | March 14, 2020
I was happy with my new room and my stay.
Marc | January 13, 2020
Great entertainers right at the hotel.
Julie | January 29, 2020
300 meters to public transportation
Located in heart of Las Vegas (NV)
Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
|Value for money||8.2|
|Nearest airport||North Las Vegas Airport (VGT)|
|Distance to airport||6.6 km|
Check-in is from 4:00 PM, and check-out is until 12:00 PM. You may request early check-in or late check-out during booking subject to availability. Guests checking in or out before or after the designated periods may be charged an additional fee. The property offers luggage storage to guests for before check-in and after check-out. The front desk is always open, day or night.
For those who wish to drive their own cars, Four Queens Hotel & Casino has a car park right on site for maximum convenience. Car parking is available for an additional charge. Parking options include a full-service valet for total ease. If you're looking for an easy way to get around Las Vegas (NV) with private transportation, the hotel can arrange car rental for you.
Four Queens Hotel & Casino does permit smoking in some areas and is not 100% smoke-free. The property offers its guests both smoking and non-smoking rooms. You can request your preferred room type during booking, but please keep in mind that rooms are subject to availability.
"Pros: great location, parking included, no resort fee, great players club deals for new members, fun slot games, refrigerator in room!"
February 8, 2020
"Free WiFi was very good"
February 25, 2020
"To stay four queens hotel was good."
January 18, 2019
This dazzling hotel and casino has boasted high quality, traditional Las Vegas-styled gaming and entertainment since its establishment in 1966. The property is ideally situated in the heart of Fremont Street in downtown Las Vegas, within walking distance of the north end of the Las Vegas Strip, Las Vegas Convention Center, Guggenheim Heritage Museum, and the world-famous Madame Tussaud’s Wax Museum. Remodeled guestrooms offer spacious comfort with each room well equipped with a 32" HD flat panel television, coffee maker, and ironing board. Refrigerators, an in-room safe, and high-speed wireless Internet access are also available at an additional cost for further convenience. The hotel’s casino, Nickel Palace, is the jackpot capital of the city due to its wide variety of slot machines and video poker. With an outstanding location and the very best in service and dining, it is no surprise that Four Queens Hotel & Casino is a favorite in Sin City.
"All staff were nice."
June 18, 2019
Children and extra beds
Extra beds are dependent on the room you choose. Please check the individual room capacity for more details.
All children are welcome.
|Guest's age||Extra bed|
Infant 0-1 year(s)
Stay for free if using existing bedding.
Baby cot/crib available upon request
Children 2-12 year(s)
Stay for free if using existing bedding.
If you need an extra bed, it will incur an additional charge.
Guests 13 years and older are considered as adults
Must use an extra bed which will incur an additional charge.
Four Queens Hotel & Casino
North Las Vegas
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Nice Stay, Very Happy. Safe. Would Stay Again.”
This was our first trip to Vegas. The Four Queens is located on Fremont. Fremont is downtown from the strip, where the old casinos are, but there is a grouping. (The Four Queens when you walk out onto Fremont St has a canopy over the street for about 3 blocks, where there is a daily light show overhead and zipline. The street has no traffic, it is a walkway for people instead. (There is traffic which goes on the cross street so still need to use cross walks). 2 large stages with good bands. Nightlife, drinking (Bars on street) and shopping. Not always appropriate for small children. Police and security presence. Safe area. $3/day to park in garage. $9/day for internet. No resort fee. Clean, but older hotel. Carpet needed to be stretched in hallways. Ice not on every level. Offers food deals, food...eh, alright I guess. Stayed for 9 days. 3 nights, strong weed smell down the hall. Also stayed at the Venetian, at 4x the price for a couple of days. Both areas have their advantages, the strip and Fremont. Would stay at the Four Queens again, without hesitation. The pool was across the road, at their sister hotel...which currently didn't have rooms because they are redoing them. So the only patrons using the pool are from the Four Queens. You go across the street, into the other casino, up to the roof, show your door card and can use the pool. Pool water was cold even though over 110 degrees outside.
It was a Blessed and a joyful trip”
We have been to las Vegas for so many times since 1991 miss counting lol...But ever since we stayed in Fremont street experience for a few time then we love to stay there whenever we go to las Vegas again...It has a few nice hotels and casinos right by there in Fremont street and its very convenient for all the entertainments... Fremont street experience has so much things to see also has all kinds of great entertainments It is a fun place to be...I definitely would recommend any one to go staying in Fremont street experience when you go to Vegas.
Comfortable, convenient and inexpensive.”
On any visit to Las Vegas, I usually spend a day or two downtown and the rest on the strip. The Four Queens is one of the best deals in the downtown Las Vegas area. The room was clean and comfortable. No resort fee. Right in the middle of the Freemont Street experience, but quiet enough inside. Plenty of street performers in the evening. Only a block from the Deuce bus stop. There are cheaper places in the downtown but they seem to be dumpier. There are more expensive places which don't seem to be any better. If you want souvenirs, they are cheaper downtown, driven by lots of competition. Many good deals in the area for meals (they have to be cheaper to get people to come there instead of the Strip). If you join the players' club here (or any of the other downtown hotels) you get discounts at the restaurants. The best deal was the lunch buffet at the Fremont (right across the street) and the prime rib dinner at Tony Roma's. The Mob Museum is a short walk north and a great way to spend the morning when nothing else is going on (I was in there for 3 hours). Downtown is being renovated and no longer looks rundown.
This hotel, in the heart of downtown Las Vegas , has everything for the visitor seeking a terrific Vegas experience. The staff was very pleasant and professional. The rooms, although a bit old and tired looking were comfortable and clean. Be aware that the South tower faces a courtyard full of noisy activity that continues into the early morning. The hotel provides earplugs which do little to silence the noise. Of paticuliar note is a street performer whose “talent” is drumming on empty plastic buckets. Talented yes but terribly annoying at one am. The casino offered a wide range of gambling options. The restaurants were terrific. Fantastic food at reasonable prices. Mike Hammers comedy act is not to be missed. If you are looking for an alternative to the Strip consider this hotel first!
4 Queens should be 4 Kings”
In poker a great hand is 4 of a kind! Well 4 Queens Hotel was right on the money! The self parking is their only downfall in my book. So Valet it and tip the guy. The outside of the Hotel where you Valet smells awesome! It smelled very clean for being outside that was a big plus. I waited 1 minute to get cheeked in. I reserved a room on the north tower which has a flat screen TV and a view of the Freemont Experience. I thought the room would be noisy but the glass windows keep out 97% of the noise even with all that goes on at the Down Town. If you get the players club card during the month of your birthday they give you a free ticket for buy 1 get 1 free meal to one the 2 restaurants that are inside the hotel. The room was clean it's small but most the rooms in Down Town Vegas are. My friend left a pair of her shoes and didn't realize till 2 1/2 days later she left them. We called the hotel front desk, they directed us to come down and check with the security desk who will check in lost and found for you. It took security some time but we did get them back. If more than 30 minutes goes by go back up to the desk and speak with someone else. I recommend the Four Queens highly
Very nice service and casino hotel”
we stayed at the four queens while in vegas on our anniversary. they upgraded us to a suite for the occasion and we really apprecieated it! the staff was very helpful and friendly and the room was huge. We ate at the hotel for dinner and played in the casino for several hours. Both were very good experiences. we will be staying here on our next visit to Vegas in June.
My stay was comfortable and quite nice. The restaurant in the Hotel is one of the best I have ever been to. Certainly one of the best in all of Las Vegas. The atmosphere downtown is fun and more relaxed than the Strip. Gambling at the Four Queens was also the most user friendly that I've experienced in the 18 or so years that I've been attending Surfaces (Flooring Convention) I will return next year, and maybe in between the conventions, just for pleasure
Gem in Downtown Las Vegas”
The first room given to us was on the 4th floor. Upon arriving, we thought it was too noisy as the Fremont Street is right below our stay. We went to the reception to change to a higher level room and was granted a 15th floor room. The noise was no less but the view was a lot better, hence we accepted it. The noise from the Fremont Street did not stop till 2am everyday but that did not really bother us much as there were so much to see in both downtown & the Strip. We only reached back to the hotel past midnight & slept way past 2am every single day. But if you are a light sleeper & sleeps early, do reconsider the venue as it will affect you drastically. Other than that, the overall cleanliness & comfort of the room was good and there are no hidden extra charges unlike those hotels at the Strip. The hotel is very near the Las Vegas South Premium Outlet & is only steps away from the bus stops for both ways to the Strip & the outlet. Very convenient to head back to put the shopping bags down in your room before going to other places. But one disadvantage is that the bus ride to the strip takes more than 30mins, sometimes 45mins depending on traffic. The hotel is also near the Greyhound bus terminal if you plan to take the coaches to other cities. Great place to stay at & did not regret it! Value for money!
Nice hotel, great location, but...”
I've been in the Four Queens a few times but never stayed there before. The rooms were good, nothing fancy, but no complaints at all. Beds were comfortable, staff was great, and the location was excellent. Our biggest problem was that the music from Fremont Street, especially when there was a live band, was far too loud in our room. We stayed in the South tower but our room faced towards Fremont (slightly set-back). One band played until 2:00AM on the night of our 6:00AM flight. Even if there hadn't been a band, there are of course the every-hour-on-the-hour Fremont displays which can still be heard through the closed window. Overall I'd say if you plan to go to bed before 2:00AM at any time you should consider staying somewhere off Fremont.
No resort fees!”
We chose Four Queens because they do not charge resort fees for all those "amenities" that most people don't even use. For us, a hotel room is just a place to sleep in. We walked right out the door on to Fremont St for entertainment, close to transportation, parking lot was easy in/out for the days we had our rental car. Magnolia Cafe was great, had breakfast there a fews days and for evening, the taco salad is HUGE! The staff at the check in/front desk was less than welcoming (took forever to even be acknowledged), but the rest of the employees were very accommodating. We would definitely stay here again if we want to stay on Fremont Street.
One of the few hotels NOT charging a resort fee”
You got to book your stay early for best prices. There's many places to stay in the Fremont st area, but the 4 Queens is one that does not charge those annoying 'resort' fees per night. The room was smoke free as was the WI-FI (you can pay $5/day for a faster link- but the complimentary one worked OK) , shower, 32" TV, mini refirdge, hair dryer (not needed) , iron & ironing board. I got 2 beds instead of one big one. Heat and AC controls are in the room. All the Fremont street activities are just out the door of the casino- bands, street performers, those begging for money, places to eat within an easy walk, stores selling everything Las Vegas, and crowds of people. I feel the 'strip' is for tourists, but Fremont St is where you can have a great time.
Fantastic downtown hotel”
Our first trip to Vegas and we decided to stay downtown and are we glad we did. Couldn't have been happier. The hotel was magnificent, the staff friendly and courteous and the rooms large, comfortable and quiet. Right outside was the Fremont experience, an amazing lightshow to remember, plenty of live music and connecting shuttle buses going up the strip. The hotel casino was also great fun and not too intense for the novice gambler. Would definitely stay there again.
Asked for quiet room, high floor away from noise of Fremont Street. Reception did this with no problem. Very helpful printed boarding pass with no charge. A big bonus is no resort fee. Slots paid well. Magnolias restaurant very busy but coped very well. Have stayed a few times and will return if we visit Las Vegas again.
I was in the South Tower. The room was spacious with 2 queens. 12th floor up. Can hear Fremont Street, but that didn't keep me from sleeping. Although a non-smoking room. Still a slight smell of smoke (could be just on clothes from casino). The staff was excellent. I felt welcome and appreciated. Location for downtown is great!
Good for the location”
Great value. Right on Fremont Experience. Clean and probably one of the few hotels in Las Vegas without the exhorbitant hidden resort fee. That means no pool, no gym. It has a huge problem and it is a Las Vegas problem mostly. The smell of pot is everywhere even though I had a non-smoking room. I had to stuff the gap underneath my door to be able to breathe at night. I called security and there is nothing they could do.
We were looking for a hotel at Fremont Street after staying near the Strip and we didn't regret it. 4 Queens is right in the middle of Fremont Street where all the happenings take place. The place is really convenient and reasonable room price. You can also take shuttle bus to the strip or the Premium Outlet. The bus stop is less than 5 mins away. Last of all, if you are in Vegas, you must visit Fremont!
Easy location on Fremont St. The parking garage was very difficult to find. Lots of slots.”
Need to mark parking garage directions better. Impossible to find, especially with all the one way streets. Nice staff, clean, food ok. Prices for food was reasonable. Casino needs to lighten up the slots. Didn't see people winning. Super EASY checkout however deposit hold for incendentials took almost a week to drop off on debit card/bank account. All in all a nice place to stay if you want the Fremont Street Experience
Hotel At the Heart of Fremont”
if you want a taste of the fremont experience in downtown las vegas, four queens will be a good place to stay. the rooms are a bit old but clean and hotel service is great. there are nearby restaurant, fast-food chains, and a pharmacy in case you need some medications or first-aid kits. the "strip" is just one bus ride away. you can take the deuce or the express if you want to see the "strip"
Never stayed on Fremont street before. Really liked the four queens, the location was great for getting to the outlets. Bus stop just outside. Room faced on to Fremont so could be noisy at night. Was fine for us . Would definitely stay again.
OK for the price”
Room was clean, the view from the room was amazing.....it overlooked air handlers and large pipes, also included in the low price was a side view of the Fremont Street Experience and a service walkway full of cigarette butts and a couple of discarded stripper shoes. But like I said, the room was clean, the faucets on both the shower and sink were wonky as the water temp was almost impossible to control....However the room was clean and there were no stupid “resort fees” for things you couldn’t use anyway......Oh did I mention the room was very clean ? And the staff was friendly and accommodating.........