Four Queens Resort and Casino


  • Gamblers welcome and low table minimums
  • Kitsch factor
  • Hugo's Cellar steak house


  • Remodel could use a remodel
  • Pool off-site

Published 07/20/2015

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Named after former owner Ben Goffstein's four daughters, the Four Queens is what Vegas regulars would consider an "oldie but goodie," one of the most iconic casinos on Fremont Street. It also happens to be incredibly popular among Hawaiian visitors (largely because of the whole "queen" theme). Standard rooms were remodeled back in 2008. The main attraction at the "Queens" is Hugo's Cellar, an old-school steak house with a stellar wine list and carts on which servers make salads and flambé bananas Foster. Of course, the casino is pretty neat, too, featuring one of the world's largest slot machines, $3 blackjack, and dealers who look like they've been there forever. Here's a quirk: Four Queens guests have to use Binion's pool, which is down the block.

Hotel Information


202 Fremont St., Las Vegas, Nevada, 89109, USA

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702-385–4011; 800-634–6045

Hotel Details:

  • 650 rooms, 44 suites
  • Rate includes: No meals

Published 07/20/2015


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