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Four Queens Rooms

Discussion in 'Downtown Hotels & Casinos' started by Dtyst1, Oct 21, 2012.

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  1. Dtyst1

    Dtyst1 Tourist

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    Does anybody know what types of rooms or suites Four Queens have? Their website seems to be short of info.
     
  2. tatterdema

    tatterdema VIP Whale

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    If you click on HOTEL on their website, it lists both the standard room, and their suites, with virtual tours of both. It pretty much sums up what you get. What other kind of info were you looking for?
     
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    Odd that the suite has a smaller TV than the standard room.
     
  4. Dtyst1

    Dtyst1 Tourist

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    My Bad

    My mistake. I use an iPad for nearly all of my personal internet use. The Four Queens website is not optimized for a tablet computer, at all. I just went on the website from my laptop and found the info I was looking for.

    Thanks
     
  5. keno60

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    I stayed in beginning of month, it was a nice room, with a coffee pot. Very impressed with employees.
     
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    I stayed there several years ago in a standard room. Nothing great but it was suitable for me!
     
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    VegasSteven Low-Roller

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    It was about two years ago, but I stayed in a Four Queens suite and it was fine. Bathroom was a bit dated, but they may have upgraded since then (not sure). It was the kind of suite where everything is in one big room (sleeping area, living room, kitchenette, etc.). Not a big deal but I like suites that are a little more sectioned off.

    Staff and casino very nice. Would stay again.
     
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    Dont' mean to burst your bubble, Candy, but honestly, can you ever recall any T.V. in a Las Vegas hotel room to have been all that good?

    Has your T.V. ever been the best thing in your Las Vegas hotel room?

    No. The fact is, they don't want you watching T.V. in your room! They want you gambling!!
     
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    Bill's has a 42-incher. Size DOES matter, you know-LOL.

    My only point was that I found it curious the suite would have a SMALLER TV than a standard, cheaper room.
     
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    jukie Low-Roller

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    THE Hotel has 3 great TVs in their rooms
     
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    I love laying in bed watching some TV at night, then next morning watching the local news
     
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    I stay at the Four Queens once a year. The rooms are nothing special but very adequate. Ask for a room in the South Tower. They're newer and bigger.
     
  13. Royal Flusher

    Royal Flusher Savvy Gambler

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    If you get room 812, like, tonight, there are a pair of black socks under the desk.

    Not mine.

    I found them there, and like a good soul, I paid it forward and left them.
     
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