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Rooms at Fremont and D

Discussion in 'Downtown Hotels & Casinos' started by thekid911, Nov 23, 2015.

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  1. thekid911

    thekid911 Tourist

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    Will be staying at one of these on my next trip. Would like to be put in a quieter area, away from all the noise of Fremont. Is there a certain area to request at either of these properties, and can anyone share what the noise level from the street is in these areas? I'm traveling solo and room type not really important. Just need a bed and shower.
     
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    I just stayed at both of these hotels last week. Never noticed much noise at all while in the room at the Fremont. I was in room 1222 on the Binion's side of the tower and it was relatively quiet. The quality of the room left a lot to be desired however.

    Had a very nice corner king room at the D that was located in the front of the hotel about four stories above the FSE canopy. It was quite loud when the music starts up in the evening. The booming bass from the FSE would have been bad if one was trying to get to sleep early. I was on the phone with the wife and she said it sounded like I was in a club when I was actually alone in my room. :)

    Might be a good idea to request something on the opposite side of the Third Street stage and a bit further back from the canopy at the D.
     
  3. garlock

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    That's why I stay at the Plaza! Peace & quiet!
     
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    djen Low-Roller

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    I have stayed at the Fremont and the room I was in did not have any noise from the street. Fremont room was smaller, but comfortable.

    Plus is Fremont does not charge resort fees.
     
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    Never had any noise issues at Fremont but I am always late getting to bed.
     
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    topcard Older than the Stardust!

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    Since you're solo, I would suggest the Fremont... I've stayed on the 5th & 6th floor many times... they always put me back from Fremont St... basically, very near the main front-desk elevators... which typically puts my view as west, facing the Binion's cab-stand on Casino Center.
    I've never had any noise issues, and even the cheesy wooden-slat "blinds" that they use weren't a problem, since facing west, and the Binion's building blocks the evening sun.
    As a bonus, the Fremont rooms give you the shortest and quickest route from your room to a blackjack table anywhere downtown.
    Good luck!! :beer:
     
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    Just ask for a room away from the fremont st. experience. I stayed at the Fremont in a room that was close to the FSE (along the street facing binions) and it was too noisy for me with the street (and ambulance) traffic and the FSE music. The noise is more noticeable if you are on the lower floors so also ask for a higher floor that is higher than the FSE canopy (probably at least 6th or higher IMHO).
     
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    We've stayed at The D a few times and never had issues with noise. I usually like to be near the elevator. I think when we stayed at Four Queens we overlooked the 3rd avenue stage and there was no way to avoid the noise. Now when I stay there I ask for a room not facing Fremont and away from the stage.
     
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  9. thekid911

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    Thanks for the replies. I forgot to include 4 Queens in my original post. Any rooms there that don't have as much of the street noise from Fremont? Also, do those rooms include a coffee maker, and is it free or a pay per use Keurig type machine?
     
  10. kelly1snyder

    kelly1snyder Tourist

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    We just stayed at the D a couple weeks ago. The room was on the 12th floor facing Slotzilla, didn't hear any noise. The room was great & had a updated shower/bathroom. Very nice!!
     
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