Stayed in the hotel 7/8/08 thru 7/11/08. Against others advice we asked for the north tower with view of Fremont Street. It was great!
We were under the Viva Vision canopy right in the middle of the action. The music wasn't too loud and the curtain blocked out the unwanted light. Watched the viva vision show from bed. People watching was funny. We were on the 4th floor and will stay there again and ask for the 4th floor again. Valet park was easy!
Ate breakfast at the cafe. Great French Toast dicounted plate for players club members.
Gaming was pretty good but could have been better. The Dukes Of Hazzard slots were fun and paid okay.
Great casino & hotel, lovely surprise! Desk help very pleasant & helpful. Rooms recently redone and very comfortable (bed especially) & clean. (Not "posh" like some of the Giants on the Strip, but neither is their room rate!)
Easy to get in & out of. Restaurants very nice and low limit table games and nice selection of slots. Overall great week long stay in November 07 going back April 08.
Room was ready a little after 12 mid. pleasant registrar. Room clean, maids pleasant and helpful. Rooms are older but very nice. Comfortable bed. Ate at Magnolia's had the prime rib very good. Also ate at pizza place 2x had thin crust, good, and I am a pizza afficionato? I make my own pizza's from scratch. Also had their calamari, and a nice salad. I had the canal street special for breakfast french toast etc. Very Good. Good gambling as always. Good CW service. I did have one disgusting drink, a Crown Old Fashioned, 1st one was good. 2nd must have been a new bartendar.
On our last trip that ended last week, we stayed 3 days at Golden Nugget, 3 at South Point, and 3 at Four Queens. Although we enjoyed all 3 places, the Four Queens was to me, the most fun. I had never stayed at Four Queens before and it was great. The caveat is that if you don't like the "Old Vegas" atmosphere and expect a newer property with all updated rooms, decor, and furnishings, this may not be for you. But I love the style and it was a blast. First of all, we stayed in a petite suite. It was very inexpensive and had so much room. The bathroom had double sinks and the shower and water pressure were fine. The room was big with two couches and two big chairs as well as a flat screen TV. It had a make-up desk and chair as well as a writing desk. Two closets, plenty of drawers, we could have lived there! One of the features I really liked about Four Queens was that we drove up, valet took our car, we walked into the front door and 20 feet to the front desk. Checked in, walked 20 feet to the elevator, got off the elevator and walked another 20 feet to our room! This all takes about 1 minute from front desk to room. My kind of place. Then when it was time to go to the main casino or restaurant, we walked for maybe 2 minutes tops. Their coffee shop restaurant was great. When we checked in they gave us a book then we also found a sheet of coupons from a guy at the front door. So the entire time we were there, every time we ate at the restaurant we got 2 for 1 pricing. We had wonderful, big breakfasts every morning and paid about $12 for both of us. They gave us some match play and little gifts, the type of things you'd expect downtown. It was so nice to be able to walk out the door and be on the Fremont Street Experience, walk across the street to play poker at Binion's or next d oor at The Golden Nugget. I am not sure a lot of people would like this place if you have children, maybe the strip is better for you. But if you like the old Vegas feel and want a clean, cheap room with great service, you'll love Four Queens! I have stayed in about 75% of all the Las Vegas hotels and in the future we will probably stay at Four Queens all the time. We liked it that much.