Toll-Free Number: (800) 634-6460
Reservation Number: (800) 634-6182
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Rooms: 428 Price Range: $52-$120
Suites: 24 Price Range: Casino Use Only
Restaurants: 4 (1 open 24 hours)
Buffets: B- $9.49/$14.49 (Sat/Sun) L- $10.49/$14.99 (Sat/Sun) D- $16.49/$22.99 (Tues/Fri)
Casino Size: 30,244 Square Feet
Games Offered: Slots, Video Poker, Blackjack, Craps, Roulette, Sports Book, Race Book, Pai Gow Poker, Let It Ride, Three Card Poker, Keno
Special Features: 99-cent shrimp cocktail at snack bar. Buffet discount for Players Club members. Only Tony Roma’s restaurant in Nevada.
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Offer #1 - Earn 250 points and receive a free lunch or brunch buffet (and keep the points). Earn 250 points and present the original coupon from the American Casino Guide book and B Connected Card to the B Connected Club to receive a FREE buffet voucher. All 250 points must be earned on day coupon is presented. Excludes dinner and specialty night buffets. Cannot be combined with other offers. Expires 12/30/2017.
Offer #2 - Earn 500 points and receive a free dinner buffet (and keep the points). Earn 500 points and present the original coupon from the American Casino Guide book and B Connected Card to the B Connected Club to receive a FREE dinner buffet voucher. All 500 points must be earned on day coupon is presented. Excludes seafood night buffet. Cannot be combined with other offers. Expires 12/30/2017.
Offer #3 -New players club members receive $10 in slot play after playing $25. Must present the original coupon from the American Casino Guide when signing up for B Connected Club. Only available once per account. Slot play expires 24 hours after redemption. Expires 12/30/2017. Note: This coupon is valid at the California, Fremont and Main Street casinos and can only be redeemed once at one location.
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The B Connected card can be used at any of the 17 Boyd Gaming properties located throughout the United States. The following information applies to all seven Las Vegas area Boyd casino resorts (The Orleans, Gold Coast, Suncoast, Sam's Town, The California, Main Street Station and the Fremont Hotel & Casino). B Connected has three tier levels based on the points earned through play: Ruby (0-24,999 points), Sapphire (25,000-249,999 points) and Emerald (250,000+ points). Higher levels of play receive better rewards/Point accrual (2x points for Sapphire and 3x points for Emerald). All levels get 40% off when using points at any Boyd-owned restaurant. See the players club for more information.
The slot card expires after 13 months of inactivity.
Slot Point Accrual
|(Standard Accrual Table)||Input/Point(s)|
|5¢, 25¢, $1||$1/1||$1/1|
Minimum: 1000 points
Increments: 1000 points
Comps: 1000 points = $1 in comps except at restaurants where it is 600 points = $1 as all players get a 40% discount.
Toll-Free Number: (800) 634-6460
The Fremont has a pretty good breakfast buffet. The rooms are small but adequate.
They have a variety of food choice all decent nothing spectacular. It seems to me the casino is dirty, the machines, the rugs etc. people do enjoy the table games.
Cw service is shakey at the machines in my experience.
Great Little Place Downtown
I have been downtown several times over the years. I have frequented Binion's and Four Queens many times, but somehow had never visited Fremont. So this last trip, decided to give it a try. It is a nice little casino. Blackjack still pays 3 to 2. They have a busy Tony Roma's restaurant. And it is part of B Connected which I already belonged to. I will definitely stop in on the next trip.
The Fremont's great location
The Fremont's great location is the best thing about the property. Not one of Boyd's best, very few full pay video poker and some are coin machines. Table games are average at best and the rooms are very old and tired. The buffet was a good value.
This place is right in the middle of Fremont so the location is great for downtown. Cocktail service was spotty and they served drinks in plastic cups. The place seemed dingy. They had full pay bonus poker, I did not find job full pay at the .25 level. The variety of food choices is good.
Good Sportsbook and Decent Food
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.
The Fremont is one of several Boyd Gaming properties downtown (Main Street Station and California Club) so they often offer some nice discounts and promotions for their Player's Club members.
The Fremont has a nice sportsbook that I like because it opens up early each morning to accept/pay out wagers, has a large electronic board and some of the nicest, most helpful employees. They are also generous with the free drink coupons for the adjacent bar.
Even though we prefer staying at the Four Queens, we find ourselves in the Fremont several times a day as it beckons us from directly across Freemont Street. I would probably spend more time/money there if the casino had some lower tables for 21 that are much more comfortable for someone in a wheelchair to spend a few hours playing at.
I usually do not like chain restaurants, but Tony Roma's is consistently good and their prime rib dinner is an excellent deal and a decent grade of beef.
The Paradise Buffet in the Fremont is also fine as far as buffets go -- especially the prices for the breakfast and lunch buffets or with the various 2:1 dinner buffet deals that are often available (except for Seafood nights).
The Fremont also has a nice chocolate shop if you want to surprise your loved one or discreetly give a little gift to a particulary helpful casino employee.
For a fast meal, we sometimes go for the Chinese combos in the Lanai Cafe, but a word of caution -- avoid the shrimp cocktails. They taste like they were prepared several days earlier in another state and shipped frozen to Vegas. Despite the cheap price, you couldn't pay me to eat another one and if not for their inferior quality shrimp cocktails, I would award a 4 Rating for Food & Drink.
We just hope the Golden Gate will bring back their $1.99 shrimp cocktails after they complete their renovations. It is just not a trip to Vegas without a few tasty and inexpensive shrimp cocktails after a fun evening at the tables.
Small But Nice
We stayed at The Fremont last year. It was reasonably clean and the restaurants were fine. The buffet was particularly good. The drawback was the very tiny rooms including the bathroom. It's an old property so that's what you get. The prices were low but man, those tiny bathrooms...built for munchkins!!!!!!
Located in the heart of downtown, if you're a munchkin, this is the place for you.
VP Rocks here
I always make a stop in here when I am in Vegas. Not sure what it is about this place, but I always seem to have the best luck playing VP here. I have only hit 4 Royals in my life playing, 3 of them being here - 2 in the same night!
Haven't stayed here because there is no pool, and I don't like leaving my hotel to go to another to use a pool.
Casino is really smoky, not a lot of ventilation here.
Still, a must see to get that "old Vegas" feel.... and smell
Comfortable and Fun
The Fremont is a small comfortable hotel with friendly staff, good restaurants and decent games.
The buffet is one of the better buffets downtown and reasonably priced, especially breakfast with made-to-order omelettes, fresh fruit and excellent drink service. The Second Street Grill is an outstanding restaurant and one of the best kept secrets of downtown. There is also a Tony Roma's chain restaurant that serves decent ribs.
The beds were comfortable and the rooms pleasing in decor. The rooms are small (the hotel was built in the 1950's), but at least for a solo traveler more than sufficient. Some rooms are close to the sound and light show on Fremont street, so I recommend asking for a quiet room. An advantage of being a small hotel is that all is very close by. An elevator opens in the casino and goes up to the rooms, so there is not a long walk to go back and forth to the room.
We have also found the staff very friendly. One night the blacjack tables were full, and we had 4 wanting a $10 min. table, and the staff opened a table up for us.
I recommend this hotel if you are looking for a comfortable, pleasant place to stay and gamble, and are not bothered by the lack of a large room and bath, and lack of glitz.
My wife and I have stayed at the Fremont many times. The friendly employees make us feel like family.
Video Poker machines are great. Not plush, but clean and safe!
Hotel lobby and rooms have been upgraded. Rooms, especially bathroom, are small but comfortable. Huge improvement in beds and pillows. Small TVs. Not all floors have ice machines.
Some rooms require going up several stairs, which can be troublesome with your luggage.
Easy to get buffet comps, at least for breakfast and lunch. One of the better buffets downtown. Employees are friendly and many have been working there for seemingly forever.
Good video poker in the coin-dropper area. Full-pay Pick-em. The thing I like the best is they don't change the machine selection every few weeks. If I like a slot machine I know it probably will still be there 6 months from now.
Very convenient location. Valet parking only but they are pretty fast bringing your car. Room comps also relatively easy to get if you give them some play.
Casino is smoky, but it seems they all are in LV. No pool but you can use pools of other Boyd properties. Mostly Hawaiian clientele. I just like the place and feel at home there.
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