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Casinos & Hotels in Downtown Las Vegas

Our partner downtown Las Vegas hotels and casinos are some of the most iconic and value-oriented in all of Las Vegas. Book a room at one of these downtown Las Vegas hotels and you’ll be close to all the action, without blowing your bankroll.

Binion's Gambling Hall

For many, Binion’s Gambling Hall is synonymous with Las Vegas! With a motto of “The Legend Continues,” Binion’s offers something for everyone, from table games and slot machines to the most famous poker room in the world. Binion’s Ranch Steakhouse is a penthouse restaurant that offers a breathtaking panoramic view of the Las Vegas skyline, and the newly-renovated Binion’s Cafe is home to hearty temptations at an extraordinary value. No visit to Las Vegas is complete without a visit to the famed craps tables at this historic casino, so try your luck. Visit the official site. 

Our best tip: Don’t forget to have your photo taken with a million dollars cash. It’s free!


California Hotel and Casino

The California Hotel & Casino offers all its guests a unique vacation experience combining award-winning dining and some of the best gambling anywhere. The California also offers shopping and other diversions, plus comfortable rooms at surprisingly affordable rates, a popular players’ loyalty club and three lively casino bars. The California is just two short blocks away from Fremont Street Experience. Visit the official site.

Our best tip: Don’t miss the incredible ice cream at the hotel’s Lappert’s Ice Cream, and there’s no better place to get Hawaiian shaved ice in all of Las Vegas.


The D Las Vegas

Formerly Fitzgerald’s, The D is the place to be, no matter what your game. You’ll find some of downtown’s most exciting casino action at The D, as well as an irresistible atmosphere including stunning go-go dealers. The D is double the fun with two floors of casino games, with the second floor featuring all your favorite classic slots. While you’re up there, make sure to look for a chunk of the Blarney Stone. The restaurant offerings at The D are stand-outs, including Andiamo Italian Steakhouse, D Grill and American Coney Island. Visit the official site.

Our best tip: The D’s Longbar is the place to see and be seen downtown. The charismatic flair bartenders make any visit an experience to remember.


Four Queens Hotel and Casino

The appeal of the Four Queens Hotel and Casino begin with its iconic neon, but the fun doesn’t stop there. This popular casino has everything you could ask for in a downtown Las Vegas destination. Beyond the always-hopping casino, there are also affordable rooms, as well as the wildly entertaining Mike Hammer show. The hotel’s Hugo’s Cellar was recently named the best fine dining restaurant in Las Vegas! Four Queens has been around since 1966, so they know how to give visitors the Vegas-style entertainment they crave. Visit the official site.

Our best tip: A sometimes overlooked gem at Four Queens is the Chicago Brewing Company. Find micro-brewed beer and a selection of fresh-baked pizza sure to hit the spot.


Fremont Hotel and Casino

Since 1956, Fremont Hotel & Casino has stood proudly at the crossroads of downtown Las Vegas. When it opened, it was the tallest building in Nevada! Fremont Casino prides itself on excitement, hospitality and being a must-visit stop for any serious player. Fremont Hotel & Casino has 447 rooms and suites, and dining options include the Second Street Grill, Paradise Buffet and Lanai Express. The Fremont is also home to the only Tony Roma’s restaurant in Nevada, and the only place to get the restaurant’s acclaimed ribs. Visit the official site.

Our best tip: Fremont is the only casino in Vegas that has a counter built into its craps tables to keep track of rolls. Shooters who make the cut are immortalized with inclusion in the casino’s Sharpshooter Club hall of fame.


Golden Gate Hotel and Casino

Golden Gate Hotel & Casinos opened in 1906, and the good times just keep on coming. The city’s most historic hotel is famous for introducing the shrimp cocktail to Las Vegas, but is creating a new legacy with its boisterous casino, generous players’ club, sultry go-go dealers and convenient outdoor bars. When you’re in the mood for a break, stop by Du-Par’s restaurant for what Esquire magazine called the “Best Pancakes in America.” Visit the official site.

Our best tip: Check out the casino’s classic slot machines just inside the hotel’s valet entrance, as well as other one-of-a-kind artifacts from the early 1900s on display near the hotel’s registration desk.


Golden Nugget Las Vegas

Named “Best Downtown Hotel” in the Las Vegas Review Journal’s “Best of Las Vegas 2014,” Golden Nugget Las Vegas offers more than 2,400 guest rooms and suites, a high-energy casino, nightly entertainment, world-class restaurants and more. The hotel’s popular pool is home to The Tank, a jaw-dropping shark aquarium complete with a water slide through it. Visit the official site. 

Our best tip: Seriously? Did you miss the part where you can take a water slide through a shark tank? All right, another tip. The Golden Nugget not only has the world’s largest gold nugget on display, but also boasts an ATM that sells gold bars.


Main Street Station Casino, Brewery and Hotel

Just a short stroll from Fremont Street Experience, Main Street Station Casino, Brewery & Hotel is a jewel of a revitalized downtown Las Vegas. Main Street has a welcoming casino, as well as a remarkable collection of antiques from around the world. Ask the front desk for details. Dining options are plentiful at Main Street, including the Garden Court Buffet and Triple 7 Restaurant & Brewery. Visit the official site.

Our best tip: The hotel’s Triple 7 Restaurant & Brewery was recently voted the best in Las Vegas by the Las Vegas Review-Journal, so give it a try. Bonus tip: There’s a huge slab of the Berlin Wall in the men’s restroom on the hotel’s first floor. Not to be missed!