Four Queens Las Vegas Hotel Review 2018

It’s impossible to miss Four Queens when you enter the Fremont Street Experience – you’ll see the hotel’s name brightly lit in neon lights right on the corner. The hotel, which opened in the 1960s, has close to 700 rooms and a 40,000 sq ft casino.

Four Queens does a great job of sticking to the traditional Las Vegas vibe in its casino and overall New Orleans-themed décor. Don’t expect a luxurious experience like one would expect at some of the large resorts on the Vegas strip, but instead stay here to benefit from an authentic, easy-going and vintage Vegas experience. Its location in the 24-hours-a-day Fremont Street Experience is a big plus. Fremont Street has a huge canopy of lights covering the street (which turn into an entertaining show and cost $70 million to put in place) and offers a fun people watching experience like no other.

The Room & Suite Selection

When staying at Four Queens on Fremont Street, you have a couple of options to choose from when it comes to rooms. There are almost 700 rooms in the hotel, most of which are either standard or deluxe guest rooms (basically standard hotel suites with a few extra perks) or standard or deluxe petite suites (which offer extra space and more style). Depending on the day of the week and the season you’re traveling, you could easily find a hotel room at Four Queens for a little over $30 per night.

Standard Guest Room – With three-sheet bedding and either two doubles or one king-size bed, the Standard Guest Room offers a comfortable stay. With a total floor space of about 290 sq ft, guests will get 32” televisions, modern hotel amenities and the option of adding internet access for an extra fee.

Deluxe Guest Room – Get a good night’s rest in the heart of downtown Las Vegas in one of Four Queens’ 325 sq ft rooms. Choose from a king-size bed or two queens, and enjoy modern hotel amenities including a 32” television, individual heat and cooling settings and more. You can add high-speed wireless internet for an additional fee.

Petite Suite – Upgrade from a guest room at Four Queens and try a Petite Suite for extra space and luxury. These 620 sq ft suites have a living room, king-sized bed, fold-out couch, love seat, coffee table, 32” television and many added extras that you’d expect in a modern hotel suite.

Petite Deluxe Suite – If you’re staying at Four Queens and you’re after luxury, the Petite Deluxe Suite is a solid choice. Measuring 650 sq ft on average, these rooms have a living area that includes a fold-out couch, chairs, a dining area, a wet bar and more. There’s also a separate bedroom area with a king-sized bed.

The Restaurant Options

Hugo’s Cellar – Make a reservation at Hugo’s Cellar to enjoy a romantic meal with good service guaranteed. Women are greeted at this restaurant with a red rose and the extensive menu offers all sorts of dishes including beef, chicken, seafood, lamb and much more, including a full drinks menu including martinis. It’s open from 5pm to 10pm every night.

Magnolia’s Veranda – Open 24 hours a day, seven days a week, Magnolia’s Veranda at Four Queens conveniently overlooks the casino floor, meaning you don’t have to miss any of the action while you’re grabbing a bite. Friendly and casual, this restaurant has many favorite American dishes and easy meal options.

Chicago Brewing Co. – Found inside Four Queens, the Chicago Brewing Co. is home to award-winnings beers as well as a bunch of tasty appetizers and entrees including pizzas – and a range of cigars. The restaurant has many big screen televisions throughout it, meaning you can keep up with your favorite sports while you dine and drink.

Drinking and Gambling

Patio Bar – With a bar that stretches 43 ft and enough indoor/outdoor seating for over 60 people, the Patio Bar is found just around the corner of the hotel next to the concert stage at the Fremont Street Experience. It can get extra hot in Vegas, so this patio has a misting system for your comfort, which’ll keep you cool. In the winter months, there are heaters to keep you warm as you sit outdoors.

Casino – The main reason to visit Four Queens is, of course, the casino. There are over 1,000 games including a range of slot machines that caters for those looking for modern and traditional games. You can play here for as little as a penny per spin, or more serious players can find high limit options as well. There are many table games too, with all classics like blackjack, craps, baccarat, roulette, blackjack switch and more. Guests can also enjoy the Keno Lounge, which includes a $1 million keno progressive and visit the sports book (which is operated by William Hill).

Four Queens has a Royal Players Club. Membership is free, and you can pre-register for the club online before you even arrive in Vegas to help streamline the process – and to get a free gift from the hotel. By joining the club, you’ll get a membership card which will help you earn comp dollars when you play slots, video poker and table games. There are additional benefits too, like special room offers, free play, gaming tournaments and more. Comp dollars can be used at Four Queens venues like Magnolia’s Veranda, Chicago Brewing Company and Hugo’s Cellar, or they can be used to pay for part of your hotel stay or purchases in the hotel’s gift store. It’s worth noting too that people over the age of 55 get extra benefits when they’re part of the Royal Players Club.

Other Amenities & Things To Do

Shows – The Canyon Club Show Room, found inside Four Queens, is a live entertainment venue with a full bar serving cocktails. The venue is complete with booths, sofas and décor that’s clearly inspired by a love for rock ‘n’ roll. The box office is located within the hotel’s lobby. From Tuesday to Saturday nights at 7pm, guests can book to see magician Mike Hammer put on a 70-minute show that’s very original and full of improvisation. Another option is Spirit of the King, where Elvis artist Steve Connolly takes to the stage. With over 4,500 performances behind him, he has made a name for himself in Vegas, and can be seen at Four Queens from Tuesday to Saturday nights at 9pm.

Shopping – The shopping at Four Queens is by no means extensive, but guests can visit the Gift Shop to pick up Four Queens merchandise, Las Vegas souvenirs, snacks, books and magazines, cigarettes and more.

Rooftop Pool – Although Four Queens doesn’t have its own pool, guests can use the rooftop pool in the warmer months at the sister property next door called Binion’s Gambling Hall and Hotel. You’ll be able to find out more on your arrival, otherwise you can ask at the lobby for more information about how to access the pool as a Four Queens guest.

Fremont Street Experience – There aren’t many hotels that are located smack bang in the middle of the Fremont Street excitement. The fun in this spot never stops, so guests will enjoy walking out onto the street anytime of the day or night to grab a drink, watch people, take a ride on one of two ziplines, enjoy music, entertainment, lights, and more.

To get in touch with Four Queens hotel please call 1-702-385-4011 for any questions.

Pros

  • Excellent location dead centre on Freemont street in Old Vegas
  • Very affordable room rates for those traveling on a lower budget
  • Friendly staff and good dining and drinking options in the hotel

Cons

  • Room quality is not the greatest, but you get what you pay for
  • Can be very loud with all of the action happening on Fremont St.
  • Long journey if you want to go and visit the Las Vegas strip