This traditional hotel from the 1960s offers a taste of classic Vegas. While it won’t wow you with in-room amenities, its affordability and location are impressive.
Cozy but serviceable rooms offer the basic amenities – HD television, coffeemaker, in-room safe – but nothing above and beyond. Rooms lack a definite theme or atmosphere but the affordability more than makes up for it.
YOU SHOULD KNOW Some of the rooms face Fremont Street Experience, which is loud and runs late into the night. If noise is a concern, request a different tower or direction.
Small and without any frills but clean.
The lobby maintains a classic Vegas feel with lots of teeny tiny light bulbs, mirrors and sparkle.
Four Queens doesn’t have its own pool, but hotel guests are allowed to use the one at its sister property, Binion’s. Located across the street, the pool at Binion’s is located outside on the 25th floor and offers downtown views.
If hanging poolside is a priority, there are far better options out there. Consider skipping downtown in favor of a newer Strip or off-Strip casino with a larger property. They will have better options for bikinis and board shorts.
For a classic steakhouse experience that’s heavy on romance, check out Hugo’s Cellar. Women are given red roses and complimentary fruit dipped in chocolate. The menu features steakhouse classics. For a more laid back vibe, there’s Chicago Brewing Co.
With its 43-foot-long bar and indoor/outdoor patio, Patio Bar offers an energetic, lively environment. People-watch tourists passing by, listen to live music from the Fremont Street Experience concert stage (conveniently located next to the bar), or watch a game on the various above-bar televisions.
Downtown Las Vegas is extremely walkable. While walking in the immediate vicinity, you will have the protection of the Fremont Street Experience canopy overhead.
Head to the nearby Fremont East District for cozy, reasonably priced food options.
Unhappy with on-site options? Checkout any of the nearby resorts, or checkout the nearby Fremont East District or Arts District, both of which have an ample selection of fun bars.
WHY WE LIKE IT
Located in the heart of the Fremont Street Experience and Downtown Las Vegas, we love the Four Queens because it’s a budget-friendly option for those who care more about what they’ll be doing outside the hotel room than the frills inside their rooms.