Fremont Street Experience may boast the brightest lights, but the iconic Four Queens Hotel & Casino is a star in its own right.
The venerable resort is located in the heart of downtown, but it has been there since well before the high-tech Viva Vision canopy started dazzling crowds. There’s enough classic Vegas glitz and old-school charm inside the Four Queens to rival the light show’s best displays.
The casino floor at Four Queens is always active and brimming with excitement as well. It boasts more than 1,000 slot machines, 27 gaming tables, a keno parlor and a sports book. Most recently, a bank of the popular Paradise Fishing slots was installed at the east entrance.
Dining at Four Queens is among downtown’s most celebrated. Enjoy the savory gourmet delights of Hugo’s Cellar, where every woman walks away with a fresh rose. For a more casual experience, try a fresh-baked pizza in the Chicago Brew Pub, where you’ll also discover a cigar lounge. And the 24-hour Magnolia’s Veranda serves up quick eats, including an unbeatable prime rib dinner special.
The Canyon Club showroom boasts a variety of live entertainment — everything from dance bands to comedians. Comedy magician Mike Hammer is currently mesmerizing audiences in an early evening show followed by Steve Connolly, who stars in the Elvis tribute show the “Spirit of the King.”
Featuring 690 comfortable and spacious rooms in twin 19-story towers, the Four Queens maximizes your stay with a 24-hour bell staff, laundry service and room service. Among the hotel’s other amenities are a lovely pool, meeting rooms and a gift shop to round out your Vegas experience.
With celebrated dining, convenient services and classic Vegas charm, the Four Queens is one of the brightest stars in downtown Las Vegas.
Quick note to all guests who are staying at the hotel. The south tower is currently undergoing renovations.