LocationLas Vegas - Downtown
General Policies & Fine Print
Hotel requires a credit/debit card authorization upon check-in for incidentals; this will place a hold on your funds.
Individuals attending a convention cannot book this property for their stay. If found attending a convention, guests may be subject to higher room rates upon arrival.
Hotel Spring Break Policy:
This hotel cannot guarantee a spring-break-free environment.
Room taxes are included in vacation price.
Minimum night stay restrictions may apply.
Reservation changes may not be permitted unless authorized by the hotel.
Hotel charges a $.75 per telephone call access fee, plus additional charges for long distance calls
This hotel has no Resort Fee.
Customer Ratings & Reviews
TripAdvisor Traveler Rating3167 reviews
We stayed and played 1 night in December, always a good time here, had a ton of fun at the bar by the Freemont exit, great bartenders, good staff, decent machines, you can play awhile for a decent win/loss ratio, could use some updating but overall always a good time!
Get what you pay for, USUALLY!
Get What you pay for, USUALLY! Pretty disappointing on the cleanliness and service. If it’s a $50-$65 room that’s what you get. Room was not cleaned well. Food smears on counters, mold etc. . Quick business trip thought I would save money as business owner. Never again.
Another great anniversary
My wife and I got married in Las Vegas 14 years ago and we always spend our anniversary at the four queens.we spent our first two nights at harras on the strip and then moved to four queens for our anniversary. When we arrived my wife said we are home, and I agreed. The staff has always been very polite and helpful. In all the times staying we have never had a bad experience. This place might not be a five star fancy casino. But what they lack in glamour and glitter, they make up for with their welcoming hospitality. Whether you’re a high roller or just a hard working man, they treat you the same. Unlike on the strip. I will always stay at the four queens. They are my ace in the hole.
We always like to round off our Vegas experience with one night on Freemont. Although not far from the main strip, dropping the suitcase here makes exploring easier in my opinion. We barely see the room other than to sleep in, so cheap and cheerful is always welcome and we are quite happy to 'slum it' for one night. Although, slum it is certainly too harsh a phrase for this property which we found to be alright. Certainly worth the $63 all-in price we paid. Check in staff were friendly and homely, the room was a little dark and a little aged, the gambling was fun and cheap, the food and drink offerings were perfectly adequate, the Freemont buzz was doing what the Freemont buzz does. All in all, a satisfied customer. Would I return to this property? Probably not, as we like to move around and experience different properties but would I recommend it? Yes. Given the caveats above (ie slightly aged, slightly dark, likely noisey) but for cheap bed and board in a super central location I can't help but give the property two thumbs up. Ideal for one night stay but I get a bit squeamish if I'd have to consider staying any longer. They did it. I thanked them. I'd recommend. Note; room needs a bottle opener.
Super trip experience
Very nice room, excellent service from checking in to checking out won money at the casino plus 2 t-shirts and 2 free meals. The got chance at sister Hotel Binions won free play there also another 2 t-shirts. Loved the fact easy free parking and walk outside directly on Freemont street experience highly recommend. Will be going back next month!