Golden Gate Hotel & Casino Hot
Offer #1 - Receive $25 in free play when you earn 200 points, or $5 FREE PLAY for 50 points for new players club members. Earn 200 points while playing with your Club 1906 card and receive $25 FREE slot play, or earn 50 points and receive $5 FREE slot play. Offer valid for new members only. Present original coupon from the American Casino Guide book at Club 1906 to redeem. Offer expires 12/29/2017.
Offer #2 - $25 table game matchplay for new players club members. Bet $25 on any even-money bet and we'll pay you $50 if you win. Present original coupon from the American Casino Guide book at Club 1906 to receive your free $25 match play chip. Offer valid for new members only. Offer expires 12/29/2017.
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Open: 9am-1am daily
Club 1906 does not have any tiers or levels, but the more you play the better your mailed offers will be.
Slot Point Accrual
|5¢, 25¢, $1||$1/1||$4/1|
Cash: None, but points may be redeemed for free slot play.
Free play: $1 free play/100 points
Minimum: 500 points
Increments: 100 points
Comps: 100 points = $1 for food or merchandise. While they do have separate players clubs, comp points earned at the Golden Gate can also be redeemed at The D Las Vegas.
Reservation Number: (800) 426-1906
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Rooms: 106 Price Range: $19-$129
Restaurants: 2 (2 open 24 hours)
Casino Size: 9,596 Square Feet
Games Offered: Slots, Video Poker, Blackjack, Craps, Roulette, Sports Book, Race Book, Let it Ride, Three Card Poker
Special Features: $2.99 shrimp cocktail. Oldest hotel in Vegas (opened 1906).
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eye candy galore
Great table action with the dancers at the tables. They also have the girls at the outside bar and the last stage of the Fremont Street Experience is right out the front doors. Poor variety of video poker and the paytables are not the best for downtown.
Great Low-Roller Joint
This is a great place to come if you are looking for a buget friendly stop. Most of the time the there are pleny of $5 tables, max $10 during peak times. The VP is ok, but I didn't see any fp at the .25 level. Very easy to earn free room mailers. The hotel itself is very one star, bur serviceable. The rooms are small - seriously they are small - and the bathrooms are dated. No pool, no room service. Valet is close and quick.
resort fee coming
They have a resort fee coming which may hurt the budget minded. Great eye candy at the tables.
I enjoy looking at the old slot machines and pictures. Vp pretty weak, especially for downtown.
Cafe still has the old Dupar's baked goods. Nice history.
Hope they do not try to get too modern
I happen to be paralyzed and in a wheelchair, but fly out several times a year I fly out to Vegas and always enjoy checking out the various resorts -- especially the Downtown properties.
I never stayed at the Golden Gates because they did not have handicapped-accessible accommodations so it will be interesting to see they make some of the rooms accessible for the disabled with their current renovation project.
On my recent visit, I went to the Golden Gate for my usual fix of shrimp cocktails and the back area was walled off.
The Golden Gate has some very attractive dealers at their table games, but my favorite part of the Golden Gate is the food.
Besides the $1.99 shrimp cocktails, I think they have the best coffee shop downtown. Their breakfast items -- including pancakes, French toast, fresh baked muffins, pies and fresh squeezed orange juice -- are some of the best anywhere. Among the entrees I enjoy are the roast turkey dinner and the chicken pot pie.
The service in the coffee shop is excellent and there are several staff who have been their many years and do their job to perfection.
Looking forward to see the completed renovations at the Golden Gate. I just hope they don't wipe away that old Las Vegas feeling and atmosphere.
This small hotel and casino goes back to the turn of the century! Lots of fun in the casino, pretty lady dealers, cheap table games, nice old slot machines. Great Deli and Shrimp Bar. Old pictures of San Francisco, hence the name Golden Gate. Players card always has an offer for new sign ups.
Straight Forward Review
Straight Forward Review based on my 2 week trip last month:
Golden Gate Casino on Fremont Street
Low limits like most of Fremont Street
Sexy ladies outside
Sexy dealers inside
ACG Matchplay coupon for $25 (I hit blackjack on it!)
You can only look at the ladies, no touching! lol
Golden Gate Hotel & Casino
We always drop in at the Golden Gate Hotel & Casino when we visit the Fremont Street area. When we first got our players cards we got free shrimp cocktails that were great. We used coupons from the ACG to get free play after playing.
GO FOR THE SHRIMP COCKTAIL
All I can say, is get the shrimp cocktail. For $1.99, it has to be the BEST VALUE in Vegas, and the best in taste. They also have a bucket of "help yourself" crackers which go great with it.
Wash it all down with a Margarita. They are really good here.
Like most downtown places, the Video Poker is decent. Play it at the bar and drink bottled beer, not a fan of draught beer here.
Small rooms, affordable, good location...
Ok, these are some of the tiniest rooms I've ever stayed in. Smaller than NYC rooms even! Ditto on the bathrooms. Having said that the location is great, the staff is super, and the rooms were clean and reasonably updated. If you are on a Budget the Gate will serve you well. tip: ask for an "exterior room" ... The interior rooms don't really have a window/view. PS: give the shrimp cocktail a try..it's great
The rooms are small, and the bathrooms really, really small. But the renovation has made it all quite pleasant. The decor is all in black, white and orange. Kind of a Halloween look! Even the coffee maker is black. There is a large flat screen TV and what looks to be free internet access (I did not use it, so I can't be sure it was free).
The front desk was a problem. The people there seem to be inexplicably slow, both on check in and check out, as well as in answering questions. This seems to be a habit, as I have stayed here several times and it is always a long wait to speak to someone, even when there is only one person ahead of you.
The first time I asked for late checkout they said it was against their policy. When I asked for 10 extra minutes they said "no" and said even one minute late would be subject to a charge. Also, you had to check out in person and stand in line, instead of simply calling to say you are leaving, as is customary in most hotels. Since that time I have made it a point to check out at least 15 minutes early and never ask for late check out.
But the renovated rooms are quite pleasant and reasonably priced. If you don't mind being crowded, you'll enjoy it.
The proximity of the excellent deli to your room is great. Or, stay downstairs and enjoy listening to the piano player. The restaurant is good too. Great prime rib dinner and fair pricing.
Surpise with redone rooms!
Had a couple free offers & never got a chance to use them, then surfing the web one night, noticed they had an anniversary room special and decided to take a chance. What a pleasant surprise.
Room was not large but then we are only in the room to change and catch a couple winks. Newly redecorated tastefully, comfortable bed, nice TV, room with a view (Fremont Street) which I requested, great for people watching! Bathroom was tiny but again what do you go in the bathroom for.. You don't live in there. The money we saved was spent elsewhere and we enjoyed that. Would visit again. Easy to get in & out, quick service, great shrimp cocktail and very friendly staff!
Visited 7/9/08. The shrimp cocktail is the best here of any where in Vegas! The big margaritas are great!
Old and kind of weird
This place is very old and very cool. I really liked the snack bar with the piano player playing old 1920's songs. It's like stepping back in time.
The casino was small and smelled old. 99-cent shrimp cocktail. Old slots. Worn out tables. It was so weird I liked it.