This property is in high demand!
Last booked 5 hours ago
130 meters to public transportation
Located in heart of Las Vegas (NV)
Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
Last booked 5 hours ago
|Value for money||6.8|
|Nearest airport||North Las Vegas Airport (VGT)|
|Distance to airport||6.4 km|
"Pro- Nice "vintage Vegas" style and feel."
December 13, 2016
"Everything was nice."
February 11, 2017
"The room was decent, the location was great and I won $10"
September 16, 2016
"Would definitely stay here again"
September 18, 2018
Established in 1906, this family-owned hotel features an intimate and friendly ambiance reminiscent of Las Vegas in its earlier period. It's located right on Fremont Street, the most vibrant street scene bustling with street performers, specials events, and free concerts. Named the Best Downtown Hotel by the Las Vegas Review Journal, guestrooms stay true to its heritage, yet offer modern conveniences. As for dining, guests can't miss the Shrimp Bar & Deli which serves Las Vegas' original shrimp cocktails with a secret sauce. The hotel also features a welcoming casino with a new slot floor with favorites like Monopoly, Wheel of Fortune, and Mega Bucks. Golden Gate Hotel and Casino is surely a perfect choice for a memorable stay in Las Vegas.
"Overall, I had a good stay."
September 16, 2016
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|
Children 0-17 year(s)
Stay for free if using existing bedding.
If you need an extra bed, it will incur an additional charge.
Guests 18 years and older are considered as adults
Must use an extra bed which will incur an additional charge.
Golden Gate Hotel and Casino
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Hotel location was excellent, right at Fermont St, and a quick bus ride to the strip. Dupar restaurant was excellent! Hotel staff courteous. Room is small but clean and comfortable, but the noise from FSE can be loud if booked in low floors. There is no free wifi and the hotel charges resort fees even if there are no resort facilities.
Cockroaches in bathroom ”
The room would not cool off. There were two big cockroaches in our shower and in the hallway out side the room
Great location, old school hotel so facilities somewhat limited compared to strip but clean. Actual casino nothing special but right next to Golden Nugget and others. Any early nights probably need ear plugs. Would definitely stay here again
I booked online but there was no requirement that I be 21 and above to stay in the hotel and when I arrived at the financier I could not check in. Now you don't give me my money
Most disgusting room I've ever stayed in”
The room was so tiny. It had maybe 2 feet on each side of the bed and 3 feet from the end of the bed to the bathroom. I felt claustrophobic. Room was so filthy I'm not sure they know what a broom or mop is. The bathroom floor was stained with what looked like urine around the toilet. shower was so bad I wouldnt use it. The sheets on the bed were clean but I still slept with my shoes on in case I woke up to pee.. I didnt want to walk on the carpet. The air doesn't work in the winter. It was extremely stuffy. The window was open. There were no screens. There was a creepy staircase right outside the window so I was uncomfortable leaving it open. Someone who works there told me the room was from 1906 and had not been renovated yet. Apparently you have to ask for a deluxe room or a jr suite. I did see the junior sweet while walking by. It's no sweet. It's a regular room anywhere else. I would NOT recommend this hotel and shame on this site for booking anyone there
Affordable and great people!
It not be a hotel. Just some rooms over a casino. Rooms are very small, old, dark, lack of amenity and uncomfortable Staffs are unprofessional I really think it just be some free beds for gamblers who overnight played in the casino.
Nice location at a very affordable rate”
Strategically located in downtown Las Vegas. The Fremont street is in fact at its doorstep. Greyhound bus terminal is just a stone throw away. Public transportation station such as Deuce and SDX buses that ply The Strip are just few yards from the hotel. Though the hotel is not that new but the room is clean and basic amenities are provided.
Facilities need up keep ”
Second time i stayed here and got the same room #218 but This time, cold water for shower was very sporadic had to stand on the outside of shower and jump in when cold water did come otherwise would burn myself. That is with cold water selected all the way. Very inconvenient and dangerous can easily been yourself if not careful. I thought it ain't in the morning but no afternoon and evening the same. Last day there didn't chance a burn so went to friend hotel room to shower. Please fix for others. Probably ruined my want to stay there again even at discounted price this i chose GG. Seems cheap rooms need up grade or better up keep. WARDELL DELOACH
Get what you pay for”
I will say the value here was great. We only stayed one night. Location is great being on Fremont street where i spend most of my time. Room is small but cute. Didn't spend much time in room by trying to sleep was aweful. We got back to our room about 1:30am and the noise was extremely bad. Perhaps the location of the room was the problem. Our room was on the corner near Fremont street. It sounded like we were right by the stage. The noise didn't calm down till almost 3 am on a Sunday night. The lights were brought but the curtains did a decent job of blocking the light. The other huge issue for me was the ac or whatever it is they have there. A sign above the control says it only blows cool air in the summer and warm air in the winter. Our room was cold even with the unit off. So for me i wouldnt stay again. Perhaps if in a room not near Fremont street or bring an extra blanket and you will be ok.
Excellent, but not luxurious - excellent for the price I paid. ”
The room was a little too close to the outside music (didn't bother me), but too far from the elevator (I had too many carry-on bags) and I would have loved a coffee maker in the room (no room service).
A very nice place. I would stay there again. Enjoyed the comfy bed and the cozy room. As I am not much of a gambler, I cannot tell you too much about the casino, but it seemed nice. Not too big - good if you want to have a peaceful Las Vegas experience.
Old Las Vegas Rules!!!”
There are not many issues with this hotel. The room was a little dirty, but I still clean. I felt a bit cramped, but for what I was paying, I am happy. Big plus for this hotel, it is not mentioned, but there is complimentary internet in the rooms. The casino in the hotel was very friendly and a great atmosphere. The Freemont Experience is way better than the strip and it is not as crowded. I recommend it here in Las Vegas. Pawn stars and the mobster museum are close to this area and are a must when visiting. Enjoy!!!
great location to party on holloween night”
All was good. But if you stay in a front room, facing Fremont st, don't expect to bed down in the evenings until the street band is done playing:: 2:00 AM. There was loud speakers 10 ft from my windows. Open your windows to have that nearby speakers 10 plus on the volume scale!! in your room. Like front row seats to the band.
nice little boutique ”
Nice stay and much better than I had expected for the price. I didn't know what to expect paying a total of $45 ($21 for room and the rest in taxes and fees), but we were shocked about how cool this spot is...
Acceptable 1 night stay BUT $20 resort&Internet/d?”
I just needed a "cheap" one night hotel stay to bridge my LAS flight before check-in to my Wyndham Resort reservation! However, this Las Vegas downtown hotel is very old & "worn out" and seriously in need of a renovation? Luckily I was able to get a room opposite The Fremont Experience Street so it was less noisy at night BUT My Agoda hotel reservation did not clearly state there was an additional $20 PER DAY resort & high speed internet fee when I checked out!! There are better places to stay for less money!
Great suite in the middle of the action.”
Was here for one night. The hotel added suites a couple of years ago so this was a relatively new room. Good sized suite with a great sectional for seating and very comfortable bed. Standard hanger space but lots of drawers for storage. Big flat screen tv. The suite faced away from the fremont street experience so it was quiet. The casino was good but they do play the music louder than I've noticed in other casinos. Good selection of games. Du-par's is a great diner type restaurant in the casino. Unfortunately, there is no room service. The hotel only has 160 rooms on 5 floors so it's a boutique hotel lacking some of the bells and whistles you get with bigger places but it's so close to anything you'd need, it's not an issue. The only issue I would suggest a fix for is the elevators. They have one elevator and it's slow. Still, I look forward to returning to the Golden Gate.
Fun-filled weekend, great entertainment”
Such a great experience since we arrived. Friendly & helpful valet, checked-in early because rooms were available- awesome; and we were give the option of a room with a view without an upgrade fee....who does that now a days. The windows actually open out like the old days so so cool, spacious bedroom with cable and free internet services. The bathroom was a little small but who cares. The feel of the hotel was like an old sixties vibe- it almost felt like were there. I would definitely stay here again.
Gambling, Drinking, Music”
It was a great trip as always. Golden Gate has $5 craps with 10x odds decent BJ tables and hot dealers. I love the 3rd floor overlooking Freemont and the stage. Windows open wide right onto the street. It's loud but who sleeps in Vegas anyway?
Wonderful Hotel and Great Freemont Experience!!”
The whole place was great! The staff was wonderful from the hotel and the casino part....front desk, housekeeping, waitresses, dealers.....the decor is so cool! Like 30-40s Vegas but updated....LOVED IT!