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Offering some of the best dining experiences on Fremont Street Experience, the Fremont Hotel & Casino is one of downtown Vegas’ most beloved hotels.

The property has been one of the crowning gems of Fremont Street since 1956, when it became the first high-rise hotel in the area. Even after the hotel changed hands — Boyd Gaming bought it in 1985 — the devotion to quality and comfort has never lessened.

The 447 spacious, recently renovated guest rooms and suites — with flat-screen TVs, refrigerators and wireless internet access (for a fee) — are comfortably removed from the round-the-clock excitement of the Fremont’s 32,000-square-foot casino. Several stellar restaurants also stand ready to serve, from the splendid Pacific Rim cuisine of the Second Street Grill to the playful tropical setting of the Paradise Buffet & Café. And popular beef rib purveyor Tony Roma’s packs in guests by the truckload. For a quick bite, there’s always the Lanai Express or Dunkin’ Donuts. Plus, cocktails are poured round the clock in the casino bar and sports bar.

There’s more to the Fremont, but you should discover those bonuses through repeat visits. Offering classic Vegas service and quality, the Fremont Hotel & Casino in downtown Las Vegas impresses with wonderful dining, comfortable rooms and exciting gaming action.

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