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Four Queens - The Real Deal :
Nice little joint downtown. Big by downtown standards, but little by strip standards. The gaming is hot, vibe is chill and the microbrewery upstairs kicks ass.
Location of Four Queens:
Right in the heart of Fremont Street under the Fremont Street Experience canopy. Walking distance to everything downtown. Some of our best trips to Vegas were spent entirely downtown. A little less expensive, a bit more funky, but you can feel the earth under your feet.
Cool Stuff About Four Queens:
Hugo's Cellar is one of the best restaurants in all of Las Vegas. Yes there is 5 star dining in a 2 1/2 star hotel. If you're downtown, don't miss the opportunity to go to Hugo's - truly fantastic.
Four Queens History
Opened in 1955 with 400 rooms. The Four Queens is one of the older broads still standing in Downtown Las Vegas. Hotel offerings were expanded to 690 rooms with its expansion to two 19 floor towers.
The Rooms at Four Queens
Comfortable, no-nonsense digs for the budget conscious Vegas tripper. Probably some of the best digs downtown, other than Golden Nugget and Fremont... and a little better appointed than Binions. Decent rooms for a great price. Room service is available 5am-midnight.
Restaurants at Four Queens
Two words: Hugo's Cellar. The best food downtown, and perennial award winner and nominee for Best in Vegas. My 75 year old impossible to please Dad, came home from a Vegas trip and talked about Hugo's Cellar for weeks. Magnolia's Veranda offers standard coffee shop atmosphere and menu. Food is good, service is quite friendly. It is elevated over the casino floor so the wonderful sounds of the casino accompany your meal. Good stuff, fair prices, good food. In need of a beer? Head over to Chicago, Four Queens' on-site micro brewery. The atmosphere is cozy and very comfortable, perfect for that afternoon break from the action. Their assortment of beers are tasty and pungent - mostly of the ale/stoudt/hefeweizen variety. Additionally, Chicago offers a they have a fresh brewed root beer option for the non boozer. Food available too. The video poker at the bar has lousy pay schedules, but it is playable.