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Bridger Inn Hotel Las Vegas

301 S Main St, Las Vegas, NV 89101-6316
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#186 of 281 hotels in Las Vegas
Bridger Inn Hotel Downtown is an independently owned an operated hotel located in the heart of the historic downtown district of Las Vegas. The property is a short walk to the action on Fremont Street Experience ranging from casinos, restaurants, bars and more! All rooms at this hotel are off an interior hallway, and equipped with flat-screen cable TV and free WiFi. A 24-hour front desk offers up free coffee and tea to our guests. Tours may be booked with a front desk agent. Locations: The Strip - 3 miles away. Convention Center - 3 miles away. Premium Outlet Mall North - less than 0.6 miles away. Mob Museum - less than 0.6 miles away. McCarran International Airport - 5.3 miles away.
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Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Vending machine
Baggage storage
Non-smoking hotel
24-hour front desk
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Air conditioning
Room service
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Non-smoking rooms
Smoking rooms available
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Languages Spoken
English, Spanish
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Alain S wrote a review Jan 2020
Mirabel, Canada2 contributions3 helpful votes
Didnt like: I wouldnt even know where to start... 1. homeless people everywhere, lobby, halls, elevator, all the time. It felt like a shelter, i think they had access to rooms as well. They were clearly welcome since staff were openly talking to them in the hotel. I travel a lot and I never seen anything like that before. 2. Old and completely outdated. Furniture, beds, carpets, blankets, bathrooms etc. Not in a fashion way, it was old, damaged and needed to be replaced. 3. Smell... lobby, elevator, halls, room... ouch! Smelled like moisture and old wet dirty carpets. 4. Noise during the night in the hotel. Stayed 2 nights and it was bad both nights. Yelling and screaming like if there were people in extreme distress in the adjacent rooms. So room noise insulation was poor. I understand you get what you pay for... i booked this hotel 2 weeks before the trip as a last minute thing but at 175$/night, its a complete ripoff. 100% not reccommended
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Date of stay: January 2020Trip type: Traveled on business
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bleepbloopblop wrote a review Feb 2018
Cottonwood, Arizona1 contribution3 helpful votes
When I stayed the hotel lobby man allowed many people on drugs who were not staying at the hotel to come in and out as they pleased, and several of them incoherently harassed my girlfriend and me when we passed through. VERY UNPLEASANT EXPERIENCE! We could hear them yelling and screaming all night as well from the third floor. Do not stay at this hotel!!
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Date of stay: February 2018
2 Helpful votes
Response from Michael A, General Manager at Bridger Inn Hotel Las Vegas
Responded Feb 13, 2018
Hello, Thank you for taking the time to review our property. My apologies that you dealt with these situations. They seem highly unlikely as the team is focused on delivering a quality guest service experience and keeping an eye on our property and the guests in it. If you'd like to discuss more please feel free to follow up via our e-mail at bridgerinnhotel@gmail.com.
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Антон П wrote a review Oct 2017
32 contributions16 helpful votes
1-night stay in the hotel was just ok to see the town (however, it's not walking distance from the Strand): clean rooms, ready-to-serve reception. What was a bit upsetting is that on the online booking the hotel states that there is a parking lot, however the actual parking space is very limited and not assigned to rooms: first come -first served principle.
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Date of stay: August 2017
Trip type: Traveled as a couple
1 Helpful vote
Response from Michael A, General Manager at Bridger Inn Hotel Las Vegas
Responded Oct 18, 2017
Hello, Thank you for choosing Bridger Inn and taking the time to provide your feedback! We're currently working on a solution to the parking situation. We truly appreciate your comments because they help us focus on what matters most to our guests. Sincerely, Michael A.
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evagoblinet wrote a review Oct 2016
Los Angeles County41 contributions23 helpful votes
If you are one who reads the worst reviews of a place, please read this first, as this is a RECENT review, the lower rating reviews were written YEARS ago. I strongly encourage those that who just want a hotel room to sleep in, not hang around a hotel, to come here. People think a high rating means it is a luxury hotel and this is not why I'm giving this such a high rating, it's for their humanity and the value you get for what you pay. It's not pretentious, centrally located, close to Fremont St and Greyhound station for much less cost than neighboring hotels, clean, quiet and safe (see below why).I said hotel is good for business not because they have conference rooms but for a company watching their budget and not wanting to spend a lot of money for rooms AND they have free parking, something some of these expensive hotels should have but don't (ironically, when a budget hotel doesn't try to gouge you on other things!) My credit and debit card was lost or stolen and I was just a few dollars short yet one of the clerks made sure that I could stay, something a large chain or upscale hotel would NEVER do. I had tried going to cheaper hotels, but they were bait and switch, low base rates but then they have mandatory "resort" fees and stupid deposits. One would think at a low cost hotel such as this, they would have a security deposit, but I guess they don't because they don't regard their guests as potential thieves. The only mandatory fee is the key deposit, which are the old fashioned not card keys, which is $10, wifi is included and a non mandatory fee is if you want to make outgoing calls on their phones but you are not charged for incoming calls. Although this was considered a one star hotel because it's close to tourist attraction, the price is mid range (but cheaper than others close to Fremont Street.) Although the clientele aren't the typical well healed tourists, they are friendly and quiet at night. The day clerk, a woman makes very sure that only guests come through so you can feel safe. They do not have a grand lobby but you don't have to walk 20 minutes through a casino to get to your room. The bathrooms may have been renovated, the shower has good water pressure and lots of towels including wash cloths! All items, lamp, (yes they are a little dated but that makes them more interesting than the banal items in chain hotels) phone, ac are working, carpets must have been all right as I don't remember anything unusual about it, rooms and bedding is clean, NO bugs! There is only soap in the bathroom but if you need, shampoo, lotion or toothpaste you can ask for it at the desk. Staff is friendly and helpful.
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Date of stay: October 2016
Trip type: Traveled solo
Response from Michael A, General Manager at Bridger Inn Hotel Las Vegas
Responded Oct 18, 2017
Hello, Thank you so much for your comments! We truly appreciate your feedback, and I'm so pleased that the staff and hotel exceeded your expectations in so many ways. We look forward to having you stay with us again in the future! Sincerely, Michael A.
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travelbunny39 wrote a review Apr 2016
Dallas, Texas40 contributions18 helpful votes
But come on just because this Hotel is in a good location across from the Golden Nugget does not make it ok. Made me feel like I was in a sick ward with people coughing and hanging out in the small lobby area. The Hotel is very old and falling apart. I know its Vegas, but I'm sure we could have done better for our money.
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Date of stay: March 2016
Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Room Tip: Pass on this
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Response from Michael A, General Manager at Bridger Inn Hotel Las Vegas
Responded Oct 18, 2017
Hello travelbunny39, Thank you for your feedback. I do apologize that you encountered so many things that didn't meet your expectation during your stay in the hotel. Your comments will help us focus on the things that matter most to our guests, and I do appreciate that. Sincerely, Michael A.
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$91 - $191 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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United StatesNevadaLas VegasDowntown
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Frequently Asked Questions about Bridger Inn Hotel Las Vegas
Which popular attractions are close to Bridger Inn Hotel Las Vegas?
Nearby attractions include Fremont Street Experience (0.2 miles), Mike Hammer - Comedy & Magic Show (0.2 miles), and Hypnosis Unleashed Starring Kevin Lepine (0.3 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Bridger Inn Hotel Las Vegas?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free parking, and room service.
Is parking available at Bridger Inn Hotel Las Vegas?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Bridger Inn Hotel Las Vegas?
Conveniently located restaurants include Andiamo Italian Steakhouse, Vic & Anthony's Steakhouse, and Chart House.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Bridger Inn Hotel Las Vegas?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English and Spanish.
Are there any historical sites close to Bridger Inn Hotel Las Vegas?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Old Las Vegas Mormon Fort (1.1 miles), Hartland Mansion (0.8 miles), and Harrison House (0.9 miles).