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Staying At Four Queens Need Room Choice Help !!

Discussion in 'Downtown Hotels & Casinos' started by Tiffer, Apr 16, 2014.

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  1. Tiffer

    Tiffer Tourist

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    I will be staying at the Four Queens for the first time next month. I need help making a room choice, any suggestions on what tower and/or floor would be great. Any suggestions on where to eat and any good gaming places for VP would be great as well.
     
  2. Breeze147

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    Do not, under any circumstance, take a room on the Fremont St. side. I really don't know about any of the other towers, but I have heard many a horror story about the Fremont (canopy) side.
     
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    At the Four Queens, they have two towers.

    The north tower is the one that is adjacent to Fremont Street.
    The advantage is that the elevator it's only steps away from the street.
    The downside is that rooms with exposure to the street can be noisy day and night - especially when the FSE shows are on.
    If this is an issue, the odd numbered rooms in the north tower face away from Fremont Street and are quit a bit quieter.
    Ice and soda machines in this tower are on alternating floors, so you may have to go to a different floor for ice or sodas. (I take the elevator up and the stairway down.)

    The south tower's elevators are just steps from the registration desk and near the valet parking pickup location. (It's different from the drop off location, which is also close to the south elevators.)
    Rooms in the south tower are genrally quiter and can be more spacious as well.

    Registering for a players card on your arrival gets you some coupon deals and discounts at Magnolia's for the various specials that they offer.
     
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    da1chifan High-Roller

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    Are you in bed before midnight? If not, it doesn't really matter.

    Twice I have stayed in a south tower room directly overlooking Fremont street. Sure it is loud until midnight (might be a little later on weekends) but I am not in my room until after that so it was no big deal.

    I always tell them to feel free to put me in a room overlooking Fremont since it is less desirable to others, but makes no difference to me.
     
  5. keno60

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    If you want a quiet room, ask for a South Tower quiet room. Smoking or non smoking?
     
  6. Cheap G

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    Once a year for the past 4 years I get a room in the north tower, I love the elevators being right at the entrance, very convenient. Once I got a room on the Fremont side, never again, the music is always on even 4am when no one is out. North tower opposite of Fremont is the way to go. Show another downtown players card to the player's club and get $10 in free play.
     
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    I was in the north tower, and I got lucky. It wasn't very loud. Looking out my window, I could see the Freemont cover, and the McD's sign in the The D, but it was pretty quite while I was in the room. I could hear the show going on, but wasn't too loud. I was in room 149.
     
  8. Nick61

    Nick61 High-Roller

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    We liked our stays at the 4 Queens. But be forewarned, I'm not sure what the square footage of the rooms are, but they're minuscule in size.

    But despite the small size, we didn't mind. The hotel is so accessible to everything downtown. Magnolia's coffee shop has good food. The poker machines had great payoff odds (at least they did then)--we hit a Royal Flush on one.

    One of our more exciting visits to the Queens, involved an earthquake. I forgot what floor we were on, but it was one of the higher ones. We could feel that entire Hotel shaking, and see it moving/dancing. It was both scary and exciting.

    No advice on what room to get. By the time we hit the room, we're so tired we pass out--whatever the noise level. Enjoy your stay.
     
  9. keno60

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    You are going to be in the best VP place for .25 players all things considered IMHP
     
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    I was so skeptical of this part of the post, I had to go look it up.

    "The state is the third-most seismically active state in the nation, behind California and Alaska. There are active earthquake faults in nearly every part of the state."

    http://www.reviewjournal.com/trending/silver-state/8-biggest-earthquakes-nevada-history

    We lived there for a few years and I had no clue about this.
     
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