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Loved The Four Queens
Had a great time at Four Queens. It is one hotel that I would definetly would stay at again and again. The rooms are nice, and clean. It is worth the money to stay at the Four Queens.
4 Queens & Downtown Awesome!
This was our first stay downtown. The staff at the 4 Queens was very helpful. We got there and didn't have the king bed we wanted and they promptly got us into one. The rooms are nothing fancy, but very clean and serve the purpose of why we get a hotel in Vegas: to sleep for a few hours! The bed was the most comfortable we have slept on in a hotel. The casino had everything we wanted: lots of slots, and $5 single deck blackjack all the time. The craps never went below $3, which would have been better at $1. Our impression of downtown was great! We love it! We will never stay on the strip again. There is so much to do and see, and gambling is within walking distance, as is food and entertainment. We are hooked!
Enjoyed My Stay
I stayed in the north tower,with a great view of Fremont St. I was at the hotel Feb.27-March 2nd,2003. The room was very clean,as was the casino and restaurants. None of that "stale,smoke-filled" atmosphere that I had to put up with at a couple of other casinos I visited. The staff were nice and friendly,made me feel welcome.
What a surprise...
I was scared to death after reading all the bad reviews, but was pleasantly surprised when we opened the door..got a room in the south tower and it was big..lots of room in the bathroom, beds were comfy, clean, room service and desk help was friendly,got to keep the iron my whole 7 days-no problems checking in or out and the best part--it was 18 dollars a night..if you have ever stayed in the tower rooms in circus circus our room was identicle to it..now don,t get me wrong bad things do happen but not to us...I would stay there again
Four Queens: will not be guilty of staying here again.
The problems started as soon as we checked in:We were issued the wrong key cards for the south tower, NO A/C for 4 days and nights, 3 of the 4 lamps in our room did not work. No bath mat, no liner for ice bucket. Ice machines are only on 4 or 5 floors. Soda machines are only on certain floors and are NOT with the ice machines. One hour time limit on the use of an iron etc. etc.
Worst Hotel in USA
I wrote my complaint and was promised the Gen. Manager would get it. He must not have. I think it was tossed. Since even the desk clerks thought I was joking and laughed when I asked for someone to speak with.I would not reccomend this Hotel to anyone!No service was the worst! I got married and we could not even get a bottle sent to our room!No Air Conditioning Friday April 11Friends would call and were told we were not registered!I am sure this email is a waist of time as well!Jerry
Stayed at the Four Queens--Rooms & Service. OK---Gambling average--Excellent area if you like the old days of Las Vegas, many casinos within walking distance--The Fremont Experience is a must to see-Downtown will be my home in the future--car is not nec-Shuttles fine--Do not fly departure in the afternoon, 2 to 3 hrs of standing in lines
We stayed in January '03. I read other reviews prior to our trip and was a little concerned about the rooms. When we arrived we were able to check in early and relax before going out on the town. Our room was very nice & clean and quiet at night. I loved "The Fremont Street Experience". What a wonderful way to end an exciting day. It was great to be right in the middle of that every night. The people at the front desk were of very little help when being questioned about how to get to the strip. And when we asked about airport transfer they were reluctant to give us any helpful information so we had to ask other hotel guests. I recommend that the 2 men on the far left end of the front desk need a "Customer Service" lesson on helping their guests to get around town and to speak louder than a mumble. Remember "Eye Contact" is a very polite gesture when being spoken to.
Great Hotel, Excellent Value
After about 6 trips to Vegas, I stayed at the Four Queens for a change from the strip megahotels, and have since been back there 3 times. The rooms are clean and well equipped. The north tower is a bit noisy because of Fremont St; the south tower is newer and quieter. Maid and front desk service is great. The casino is mid-sized, but busy. You should be able to find seats no problem though. Table minimum bets ($3 to 5 minimum) and game rules are far more favorable with single deck blackjack available here. Drink service is excellent. All dealers and other casino personnel were fun and helpful. Casino hosts were great, and forthcoming with comps like free meals and rooms. There's a lot of other casinos and great restaurants (Tony Roma's across the street, and the buffet at the Main Street Station are excellent) within a 5-minute walk, making this a great location. If you do want to go to the strip, it's a safe and quick $2 bus ride on the CAT city transit. I've had 3 great experiences here and will never stay on the strip again.
Four Queens Is Tops
My husband & I just returned from a stay at the Four Queens. By far the best trip we've ever had to Vegas. Loved the casino! Maybe not as impressive or flashy as some of those on the strip, but we were treated like royalty. Had l bad smart-alec dealer but the floor people handled it & we were compensated for it. If you go, look up the dealers Ivory, Alicia, Biani, Patty, Marilyn, Pat & Paul. I promise you, they all know what they're doing. The floor staff were alway helpful & would even talk to us, which you don't find on the strip. Especially Karen, Roxy, & James. Casino hosts Joey D. & Nathan Young were fabulous. I've read comments from other people about the quality & smell of the rooms. We had a suite & it was very clean & fresh. We stayed in the south tower & it was quite & we had no problem at all sleeping. Will never stay anywhere else when we go to Vegas.
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