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Offer #1 - Double slot points (up to 500). Present original coupon from the American Casino Guide book at Royal Players club to redeem. Strictly limited to one coupon per person per 12 month period. Must be 21 years or older. Points must be earned on day of redemption. Offer valid for Royal Players Club members only. Offer expires December 27, 2017.
Offer #2 - 2-for-1 lunch or dinner entree in Magnolia's. Purchase one lunch or dinner entree to receive the second one (equal or lesser value) free. Redeem original coupon from the American Casino Guide book at the Royal Players Club to receive voucher for Magnolia's. Strictly limited to one coupon per person per 12 month period. Must be 21 years or older. Offer expires December 27, 2017.
Offer #3 - 2-for-1 show tickets to see Mike Hammer. Buy one ticket to the Mike Hammer Comedy Magic Show at full price and receive a second one FREE. Must redeem original coupon from American Casino Guide book at the Four Queens Box Office. Must be 21 years or older. Offer expires December 29, 2017.
Offer #4 - 2-for-1 show tickets to see the Spirit of the King Elvis tribute show. Buy one ticket to the Spirit of the King Elvis tribute show at full price and receive a second one FREE. Must redeem original coupon from American Casino Guide book at the Four Queens Box Office. Must be 21 years or older. Offer expires December 29, 2017.
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Royal Players Club
Open: 8am-12am daily
When you play on your Royal Players Club card, you earn points which can be redeemed for cash or comps. See the players club for detailed information.
Slot Point Accrual
|5¢, 25¢, $1||$5/1||$8/1|
Cash: $1/40 points
Minimum: 200 points
Increments: 200 points
Comps: Comp dollars can be used for hotel rooms and gift shop purchases.
Reservation Number: (800) 634-6045
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Rooms: 690 Price Range: $39-$169
Suites: 48 Price Range: $110-$269
Restaurants: 3 (1 open 24 hours)
Casino Size: 27,389 Square Feet
Games Offered: Slots, Video Poker, Blackjack, Craps, Roulette, Sports Book, Race Book, Ultimate Texas Hold 'Em, Let It Ride, Three Card Poker, Keno
Senior Discount: 20% off food if if 55 or older.
great old casino
Great food selection from fast food to great steakhouse. Good video poker pay tables low stakes at tables available. Employees usually friendly and helpful.
great little casino
From gourmet food to pizza this casino has it all. Rooms are old but very comfortable beds Nice TV and closet. Good VP pay tables. Low limits on tables during certain times. They have been fair with me on comps also.
a great stay
Room was ready a little after 12 mid. pleasant registrar. Room clean, maids pleasant and helpful. Rooms are older but very nice. Comfortable bed. Ate at Magnolia's had the prime rib very good. Also ate at pizza place 2x had thin crust, good, and I am a pizza afficionato? I make my own pizza's from scratch. Also had their calamari, and a nice salad. I had the canal street special for breakfast french toast etc. Very Good. Good gambling as always. Good CW service. I did have one disgusting drink, a Crown Old Fashioned, 1st one was good. 2nd must have been a new bartendar.
Love the queens
I always like to stay and play at the 4 queens. Plenty of full pay video poker all around the place. They have good progressive v.p. games at the upstairs cigar bar and the center casino bar. There are some very good coupons in the A.C.G. book for the 4 Queens and it has that old vegas feel to it.
Good oldtime casino
I had another great stay at the Queens. Great vp pay tables, Low limits on table games. Enjoyed my room, very clean except for 1 spot behind bathroom door. Good cocktail service. They were replacing the rugs while I was there and it did cause some inconvenience. Front desk very friendly.
A good value
Great rates for decent rooms. It is one of my go to casinos. Great paytables for video poker. Low betting for tables. Players club is one of the best. It does get smokey. No pool or exercise room. Nice variety of food choices. I was there in October and will be there in December.
A Great Stay
I had a great stay at the Queens, stayed there for 4 nights with youngest son. Lost overall, but won over $300 on MegaBucks. Enjoyed a great breakfast at the Magnolia Cafe, used a 2 for one. Played roulette with bonus chips. Won $15 tipped $5. this was my first time at the roulette and MegaBucks. Mostly VP. Great variety in food choices. Nice quiet room.
good "old" games
Good downtown location. Rooms look and feel old vegasy, but the games there are very good. They have full pay video poker spread around the casino and some good progressives upstairs in the cigar bar. Blackjack is better than average, there is no poker room, but thats o.k. there other good games to play.
Great older casino
Good cocktail service, great video poker even some fullpay at the nickel level. Player's club
service helpful and polite and pretty good deals. They seem to reward play with generous comps.
Casino floor crowded. Nice variety of food, from fast food to fine dining. Micro brews available.
Room are old but well kept, maids helpful and accomodating. I just spent 3 nights there and plan on going back.
This is now my favorite casino. to me they are very fair with comps. The only drawbacks are the lack of a pool and exercise room. Hotel and casino personnel are very nice and friendly. They have a great variety of eating outlets. The location is great, right in the middle of Fremont and a half of block from the WAX stop.
Like the Queen a lot
Stayed here again in December for 4 nights. Nice room at a nice price. Ate at magnolia cafe the prime rib special very good at a good price. Video Poker tables very good and there are a lot of choices. SLOTS were not good to me but I ONLY played a little on the silver strike machines. A great location in downtown. Really enjoyed my stay, and I won money.
4 Queens Very Nice!
I was very pleased with the room, they brought me and my sister to a room with one king, but in fact I need 2 queens, which they gave us as room as the maid finished cleaning the room. Magnolia Cafe provided good food, prime rib and french toast plate were the standouts for me. Lots of 9/6
Jacks or Better video poker, and silver strike machines. Personnel at Players Club were friendly and helpful.
Enjoyed my visit in June
Played about 3 hours in June with youngest son. I played .25 VP, he played .05 vp. Great games and cocktail service. Magnolia Cafe great values for good food. I booked rooms for an October visit and really looking forward to it. I will review the rooms when I return.
Queen For All Days
I have played and eaten at the 4 Queens quite a few times. The food at the Magnolia Cafe is always good and a great value. They have great VP even at a .05 level. This trip my youngest son will be enjoying this. The cocktail service is good and friendly. I once played at a giant VP machine, I don't think they have it anymore but it was a lot of fun. As you walk in you can take a quick spin on the $ queens slot and maybe win a lot. It is old Vegas as its best. Hope you enjoy.
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I absolutely love this place. I visited for the first time in January and received a free ace card for blackjack, and a $10 match play voucher. My wife & I won on both! My wife also had $10 free slot play, and turned it into a quick $90 on the new Ghostbuster’s machine. Very friendly staff at Four Queens, and a good place to spend time and gamble. Four Queens screams “classic Las Vegas” and is a staple to Fremont Street.
Four Queens -- Our Homebase in Las Vegas
I happen to be paralyzed and in a wheelchair, but fly out several times a year to enjoy Downtown Vegas which for me is much more accessible, convenient and safer than getting around the Strip. I often venture into casinos alone as my friends do not share my interest in sportsbook wagering and I can only sit with them at 21 table for a couple of hours before I get restless.
For the past several years, we usually end up staying at the Four Queens thanks to their promotional offers that come in the mail.
It is hard to beat the offers from Four Queens/Binion's and as someone in a wheelchair, I prefer the handicapped-accessible rooms at the Four Queens over any other hotel in Las Vegas -- including the Strip. Over the past decade or so, hotels got the not so bright idea that rooms look nice with really high beds. Unfortunately, when you are not able to stand up, transferring from your wheelchair to a high bed can be extremely difficult and downright dangerous.
Now that the Plaza has refurbished their rooms, the Four Queens and Vegas Club are the only two hotels that have wheelchair-accessible rooms with beds at a normal height in the Fremont Street area.
Besides the beds and value offered by the Four Queens, my friends and I really enjoy playing Blackjack Switch and find the most of the dealers and all of the pit personnel (Kathy and Willy) to be friendly and easy to get along which makes playing all the more enjoyable. Also love the cocktail waitresses -- especially Norma who is a sweetheart.
The Subway at the Four Queens is not as good as the one in the El Cortez, but Magnolia's is a fine coffee shop for breakfast, lunch or dinner. The spaghetti/lasagna meals with delicious Minestrone soup are an outstanding deal for those of us who prefer saving our gambling. The prime rib used be to a bargain, but they have raised the price a bit and now the Prime Rib deal across the street at Tony Roma's is a bit better.
Even when the Four Queens is super busy, there never seems to a long wait to check-in or check-out and you can't beat the location smack in the center of Fremont Street.
Not so crazy about the Sportsbook because the board is small (only recently went electronic) and they seem to open later and close earlier than the others. But I still use them for games or futures where they offer a better value as I like to shop and compare lines.
I have a group of friends from different parts of the country who I meet up with in Vegas several times a year and we see no reason to switch our base of operations from the Four Queens. Just wish they would pay 3:2 Blackjack on the single deck 21 table.
Four Queens FIVE STARS!
On our last trip that ended last week, we stayed 3 days at Golden Nugget, 3 at South Point, and 3 at Four Queens. Although we enjoyed all 3 places, the Four Queens was to me, the most fun. I had never stayed at Four Queens before and it was great. The caveat is that if you don't like the "Old Vegas" atmosphere and expect a newer property with all updated rooms, decor, and furnishings, this may not be for you. But I love the style and it was a blast. First of all, we stayed in a petite suite. It was very inexpensive and had so much room. The bathroom had double sinks and the shower and water pressure were fine. The room was big with two couches and two big chairs as well as a flat screen TV. It had a make-up desk and chair as well as a writing desk. Two closets, plenty of drawers, we could have lived there! One of the features I really liked about Four Queens was that we drove up, valet took our car, we walked into the front door and 20 feet to the front desk. Checked in, walked 20 feet to the elevator, got off the elevator and walked another 20 feet to our room! This all takes about 1 minute from front desk to room. My kind of place. Then when it was time to go to the main casino or restaurant, we walked for maybe 2 minutes tops. Their coffee shop restaurant was great. When we checked in they gave us a book then we also found a sheet of coupons from a guy at the front door. So the entire time we were there, every time we ate at the restaurant we got 2 for 1 pricing. We had wonderful, big breakfasts every morning and paid about $12 for both of us. They gave us some match play and little gifts, the type of things you'd expect downtown. It was so nice to be able to walk out the door and be on the Fremont Street Experience, walk across the street to play poker at Binion's or next d oor at The Golden Nugget. I am not sure a lot of people would like this place if you have children, maybe the strip is better for you. But if you like the old Vegas feel and want a clean, cheap room with great service, you'll love Four Queens! I have stayed in about 75% of all the Las Vegas hotels and in the future we will probably stay at Four Queens all the time. We liked it that much.
This place screams "Vegas" like it should be. Many of the Fremont St. casinos do, but none like this place and Golden Nugget in my opinion.
Low limit table games keep me coming back whenever I visit Fremont Street.
Four Queens Hotel-Casino
This review is an update of my previous review. We just went to Las Vegas for my birthday in November and we stopped by the
Four Queens Hotel-Casino because their website stated birthday people get $20 free play. Well they decided to end this promotion so I got nothing.
Four Queens Hotel-Casino
The Four Queens Hotel-Casino is in the Fremont Experience area. We visited it and joined the player's club last year.
We will be dropping by again for my birthday this November because seniors (Club 55) get a 2 for 1 meal in Magnolias and $20 free slot play in their birthday month.
Great place downtown
I have stayed at the Four Queens often and never been disappointed. On my last visit I checked in for my first night downtown and never left the casino that night. What held me then was a connection between the very inexpensive comedy magic show at 6 PM and the deal to use the ticket stub as a discount on the later regular comedy show. The entire two shows cost me $15 and on the way out of the first I got a $10 matchplay which hit and paid for the everything. Ask on your way out of the comedy show. They did not just give them away to anyone. They had to go back and gather a few.
What draws me to the Four Queens is what can be at times the best double bonus video poker in the world. There is a bank of full pay 10/7 machines with a progressive Royal. And that play generates free room offers as well as some cashback, so it is a good play. Also, clearly marked nearby is quarter 9/6 JOB. However, don’t play the other VP options in the 10/7 bank as they do not generate the progressive royal.
Craps must be fun there. I never have played, but while playing VP I always hear a huge amount of yelling from that table. More than average noise I would say. $5 minimums with 5X odds.
There is no live poker room, but my traveling buddy plays the table game Texas Hold-em there and likes it very well. After a few hours play, he will ask and get a food comp. Well, the comp is out of this world. It is for Magnolia’s and includes one of everything. He gets it for two. So I don’t play, but I do eat. Even two drinks are included, or you can order one sampling tray of all the microbrews they make. I do that.
Magnolia’s in general is a cheap place to eat. There are daily specials and usually a prime rib special. There are 2 for 1 specials that usually let a solo eater take 50% off the bill. Also, go through the Player’s Club line and ask for a food deal. Often they have coupons there and just give them out. There is a 2 for 1 on page 407 of the American Casino Guide.
There are two things to watch for. First, if you are going to use a 2 for 1 make sure that it applies to the meal you order. Some specials are excluded. Also, if you go in a group, check the bill. They add on a gratuity for larger parties (five or more I think.) Since you pay at the register, you may not see that until you already have left a tip at the table that has been picked up.
On days when you will play heavily, use the American Casino Guide coupon on page 407 to double the first 500 of your points. This is quite a bit. In VP I think a point is earned with $8 in. 40 points can be redeemed for $1 cashback. So this coupon alone almost pays for the American Casino Guide. You can only use this once a year.
Many times I have showed up for check-in at 9 or 10 am and they have assigned me a room. Last time I needed to drop off luggage, check in, and then run my one day for Red Rock rental car back to the airport. They let me park free in the valet section until I was checked in. Ask for a quiet room in the South Tower. I always have been given one.
I missed that I had freeplay on my card and the Player’s Club also pointed that out to me. Always now I will ask that question as well. It was not in my mailed offer. I don’t know why it was there.
There is no pool. If Binions pool is open, we can use that one, but it has been closed a long time now.
The Four Queens is one of the few casinos that still has a Silver Strike machine. From time to time for 20 coins they mint and offer limited $200 coins that are as big as a saucer and generally worth much more than $200 as soon as they are issued.
This led to one negative experience. I entered my room just by showing my key (not trying it) while the maid was cleaning. I put out a few hundred dollars in Silver Strikes and the maid left while I had them on the bed. I could have been anyone with an old hotel room key. This discouraged me from getting housekeeping when any valuables are around.
I don’t eat upscale much, but Hugo’s Steakhouse has a good reputation.
The Four Queens is one of the few places downtown where you can rent a car. Budget lists them as a location. Sometimes the price is the same as renting at the airport.
Right outside the hotel is a Half Price ticket booth so each day we stay there we can easily check to see the deals on shows and food that are offered by that seller.
Centrally located to all the downtown casinos and very close to the bus stops, this is a casino to consider when booking downtown.
Second Best on Fremont Often on TV
If you watch CSI you have seen the Four Queens and not known it as most of the outside scenes are filmed downtown on Fremont Street under the Viva Vision Canopy. Nice renovated & updated rooms, very good selection of slot machines including community player slots.
Good customer service, and decent offers & comps, very nice lobby. One of the most highly rated restaruants is HUGO's Cellar just below the Magnolia Veranda cafe which looks out over the gaming floor. A Subway, Pizza place and Ice Cream bar take up a little mini-level as does a Chicago Brewing Company and Cigar bar.
The slots could be looser but we always want that, I don't table game but they are often at capacity. My mother has stayed her since the mid 90's since then it has changed owners and the current owner renovated the place and also last year purchased Binions. I like that on occasions I see the owner walking around checking things out and he is a local Las Vegan. It's always clean, and rooms are nice with ironing boards, coffee makers, and like every third floor has an ice maker and vending area for quick snacks. I often ask for more pillows as the ones they have are tiny and housekeeping gets them to me in a timely manner always friendly too.The drinks are pretty good and waitresses come by regularly, when entering off of Fremont St. representatives are there who offer you a free poker pull and some money saving coupons. I enjoy visiting, playing & staying at the Four Queens.
Stay here for fun!
Stayed in the hotel 7/8/08 thru 7/11/08. Against others advice we asked for the north tower with view of Fremont Street. It was great!
We were under the Viva Vision canopy right in the middle of the action. The music wasn't too loud and the curtain blocked out the unwanted light. Watched the viva vision show from bed. People watching was funny. We were on the 4th floor and will stay there again and ask for the 4th floor again. Valet park was easy!
Ate breakfast at the cafe. Great French Toast dicounted plate for players club members.
Gaming was pretty good but could have been better. The Dukes Of Hazzard slots were fun and paid okay.
I will be back and stay at this property again
Great casino & hotel, lovely surprise! Desk help very pleasant & helpful. Rooms recently redone and very comfortable (bed especially) & clean. (Not "posh" like some of the Giants on the Strip, but neither is their room rate!)
Easy to get in & out of. Restaurants very nice and low limit table games and nice selection of slots. Overall great week long stay in November 07 going back April 08.
When I visited 4 Queens in Jan 08, I got $10 free slot play, a t-shirt and a deck of cards in a nice tin case just for getting a player's card.
I also got $60 in slot play and $20 free at the gift shop for listening to a 90-minute sales pitch for a hotel timeshare.
The waitresses were there for frequent drink refills and the staff was great. I visited 10 casinos in Vegas and 4 Queens was by far the best experience.