Located 2 miles from the north end of the Strip, this downtown Las Vegas hotel opens directly onto Fremont Street's pedestrian mall, site of after-dark sound-and-light shows.
The pool is now open with limited hours. The hours for the first 5 weeks will be 10am-6pm Thurs-Mon and closed on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. We will go to a full schedule once it heats up more in June.
With its brick-lined walls and deep comfortable booths Hugo's Cellar is synonymous with romantic dining with exquisite service.
Chicago Brewing Company
Enjoy award-winning handcrafted micro-brews, along with a unique selection of appetizers, pizzas and entrees, and of course a selection of fine cigars.
Whether you're in the mood for a ham steak and eggs, a bowl of chicken gumbo, a juicy double cheese burger and fries, or barbecue baby back ribs, our friendly servers will take care of your every need.
The Four Queens Hotel offers 690 guests rooms and suites. Four Queens has recently completed the remodeling of its hotel rooms and suites, including all new furniture, carpet, bedding, drapes, lighting, and now a 32"high definition LCD flat screen TV in each room.
Spanning 2 towers, all of the hotel's spacious guestrooms and suites offer wireless Internet access, voice mail, TVs with pay movies, electronic check-out, complimentary hair dryer, iron and full size ironing board, in room safe and coffeemaker. Also all Four Queens guest have full access to the pool at Binions (seasonal).
Fremont Street Experience
There is always something going on at the Fremont Street Experience, located in the heart of downtown Las Vegas, on the historic street that started it all.
The world-famous one-of-a-kind entertainment venue is home to Viva Vision, the biggest big screen on the planet. More than 12 million lights in the Viva Vision canopy and 550,000 watts of concert quality sound pumped to speakers throughout the venue produce an incredible array of eye-popping imagery and heart pounding music. Viva Vision shows appear nightly on the hour beginning at dusk and are free and open to the public.