The Four Queens Hotel and Casino is located in downtown Las Vegas on the Fremont Street Experience. The 690-room hotel and 40000sqft casino is owned and operated by TLC Enterprises, which acquired the property from the Elsinore Corporation in 2003.Put Four Queens Casino into our Las Vegas trip itinerary builder website to see other points of interest to visit during your vacation in Las Vegas.
Construction began on November 16, 1964, opening on June 2, 1966. The casino is named after the builder Ben Goffstein's four daughters, Faith, Hope, Benita, and Michele. It originally contained only 120 rooms and a 20000sqft casino.
From 1972 to 2003 the hotel/casino was owned by Elsinore Corporation. Elsinore was a wholly owned subsidiary of the Hyatt Corporation from 1972 to 1979, when it then became an independent company. At various times Elsinore also had interests in the Atlantis Hotel and Casino in Atlantic City, New Jersey, the Hyatt Lake Tahoe, and several Native American casinos. In 1995, Elsinore filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy and the investment firm Morgens, Waterfall, Vintiadis & Company obtained 99 percent ownership of the company.
In 1976 the casino expanded to 33000sqft and changed decor to be warmer.
Today the casino occupies the entire block bordered by Fremont Street, Casino Center, Third Street and Carson Avenue. The Four Queens was also a partner in renovating the downtown area and creating the Fremont Street Experience.
In April 2007 the Canyon Club opened at the Four Queens providing the first downtown casino club.
Four Queens Casino reviews
Stopped for a few hours as we passed through LV. Parking was easy enough to find and wasn't terribly expensive. Found a few video poker machines, settled in and had some fun. Won some money before.... more »
4 Queen's in the heart of Fremont St experience, Pubic transportation very close to Strip , Great staff and very helpful 4 Queens Magnolia Restaurant also very good food at a very reasonable price..... more »
We ate dinner during their prime rib special. I don't remember exactly what the special was that night, since I was pretty loaded (when in Vegas, right), but we were well taken care of. Food was good and the server was nice. She went the extra mile to ensure that my friend with a peanut allergy was clear to eat what he ordered without fear of having a reaction.
Really no problems with the hotel! We needed a place to stay more than anything, but they had a large supply of slots and tables to play at. They also had a nice cheap fast food place in their lobby, something that can be hard to come by in Vegas. Located right off of Fremont Street!
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