Stayed here twice, once in April of 2010 and again in July of 2012. The hotel's location is second to none in all of Vegas - across Fremont from the 4 Queens, Casino Center from Binions, and catty-corner to the Golden Nugget, with Fremont Street offshoots like the Gold Spike and El Cortez in easy walking distance. The hotel was built in 1956 (at the time it was the tallest building in Nevada at 13 stories) and it shows - the rooms are tiny, with not a lot of maneuvering room around the bed. The only open flat surfaces to store your stuff are the dresser/TV cabinet, a miniscule round table, the luggage rack, and the nightstands. There's also a distinct lack of power outlets except for the one the TV and bedside clock are plugged into. The bathroom is the size of a walk-in closet, and I had to shut the door to use the commode. The only real issues I had were with the antique air conditioner that struggled to keep my room below 80 during a brutally hot July day in Nevada and the wooden window shutters that only kept out about 65% of the daylight. FYI - the hotel is valet parking only. I circled the block three times looking for the non-existent self-park.
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- Also Known As:
- Fremont Hotel Las Vegas
- Fremont Las Vegas