the The Four Queens Hotel and Casino is a vintage hotel tucked away in Downtown Las Vegas, offering easy access to the area’s most popular attractions. The hotel, which was first opened in 1966, is all about vintage Vegas.
As expected, this attracts a mature crowd, so visitors looking for a chilled place to stay, will certainly love Four Queens.
Four Queens, Hotel, Casino, Rooms, Suites & Pool, Downtown Las Vegas
Owing to its design, this hotel is all about value for your money. There are no luxury suites here, but what the standard rooms lack in modern elegance, they make up for with being clean and affordable, with basic amenities such as flat-screen TVs and coffeemakers. Best of all, this is among the rare few casino hotels that don’t charge a resort fee in Las Vegas, allowing you to explore the city on a budget.
Four Queens does not have a swimming pool, but that is not a problem because visitors can use the facilities at Binion’s Gambling Hall, which features a seasonal pool. Away from enjoying a refreshing dip in the pool, take time to marvel at the Fremont Street Experience.
As one of the city’s most prominent attractions, the highlight of this experience is the Viva Vision Canopy under which visitors from all over gather to watch the stunning light and sound shows. In the background, riders whiz by on the Slotzilla zip line, which is a thrilling attraction that puts your fear of heights to the test. Note that because of its location near Fremont Street, rooms in the North Tower can be a little noisy. So if you value peace and quiet, make sure you ask for a room in the South Tower for a relaxing night’s sleep.
Other attractions worth checking out near Four Queens include The Mob Museum, the Downtown Container Park, Downtown Las Vegas Events Center, and the many casinos that line Fremont Street.