Fremont Plaza Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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TravelPod Member ReviewsFremont Plaza Hotel Las Vegas
The place was alright, if a little small. Staff were very helpful and friendly though. The cigarettes from the kiosk were expensive though, even for Vegas.
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Washington to Las Vegas flight was a little bit more than bumpy! Was hard not to cringe every time the plane lobbed in the air, particularly when we were not sitting together! The Las Vegas boulevard is one long strip of hotels not even in the city of Las Vegas. We stayed at the hotel New York New York. The hotels on this strip are enormous. Lots …
... for photography and being First Class we had one to ourselves! Evan was off like a shot. JR also headed out and managed to get a video clip with the initial commentary.
Once the car attenadant had stopped bawling announcements and someone got her to turn the music down the journey was quite pleasant, and include a not bad buffet lunch. As we had a long drive ahead we kept off the booze but JR tried a cactus juice concoction which was unfinished by the end of the journey. ...
After a relaxed start to the day we headed down to the food hall to grab a quick bite to eat before heading to the Premium Outlet South Mall and I was like a kid in a candy store :-) A few of the shops I didn't really know of but I knew in my mind I wanted to go to Skechers and Levi if nothing else :-) .... 140 stores in total including the likes of Adidas, Puma, Reebok and high end stores like Calvin Klein, Tommy Helfiger, Guess etc. Ended up getting a range of stuff like a ...
... They allow smoking in the casino and the whole place smells of stale cigarettes, not very savoury! everywhere in the hotel is out to make money. Have you ever heard of locked coded fridges in your room. they have them here and you have to pay two hundr dollars to get it opened! Apparently it is to stop people going to the supermarket and buying their own drinks. at the prices they charge here it doesn't surprise me. ...
... usually docile, but sometimes bucking and fighting one another, particularly when food is around. The town is set out like many other mining towns - one long street with wooden shops and bars fronted by long wooden verandas to provide shade from the heat of the day. The burros often wander onto the walkways, seeking shade and rogue pellets. It is an incredible place to visit and well worth a stop on the fabled Route 66.
Our final stop in the journey was to the centre of ...