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Best hotel near Fremont street

Discussion in 'Downtown Hotels' started by david giusti, Aug 12, 2019.

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  1. david giusti

    david giusti Low-Roller

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    what is the best hotel near
    Fremont street? I’ve only ever stayed on the strip and will look to stay near Fremont street in March.
     
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    Gold Spike is a personal favorite. Four Queens has no resort fees!
     
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    What are you looking for that makes a hotel "best"?
     
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    Gold Spike?
     
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    So are you saying you do not want to stay on Fremont St? Just need some clarification.
     
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    Pbtrav Mid level gambler.....high level drinker!

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    I like the Golden Nugget hotel the best...but not the casino.
     
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    near Fremont street, but not on Fremont Street would be the strip.
    I think this post needs clarification to obtain some useful replies.
     
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    If i was paying for a standard room in order i would stay.
    Downtown Grand
    California
    Main St.
    Plaza
    El Cortez
    Golden Nugget
     
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    All of the hotels have very similar rooms. One or two of the hotels have rooms that you may not be pleased with, but for the most part they've almost all been rehabbed and the rooms are similar. Most people stay at the hotel where they enjoy the casino and so get some type of casino rate/comp for the room.
     
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    For a strip lover's initial foray downtown, I'd recommend staying at The D. It embodies everything that makes downtown a current popular destination and it's right in the middle of it all, too. For me, good gambling, lots of variety packed into a small area, good food, clean rooms, and good comps are what draw me downtown. For some, it's the freak shows, cover bands, and party atmosphere, which do nothing for me, but to each his own.
     
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    For a first timer coming downtown from the strip, I'd say stay Rush Tower @ Golden Nugget, but I'm biased :p

    I like the look of Downtown Grand, and might try to chuck a couple nights there into my rotation at some point in the near future.
     
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    We would love to have you at the Plaza! We just remodeled 104 brand new Luxe Rooms.
     
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    If by best hotel you mean the most excellent, would be Golden nugget in my book. I especially like the Rush Tower.
     
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    I hear Siegel Suites Fremont is nice...........
     
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    The best? so subjective....but try the Breiger Inn.
     
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    got some pics of said rooms? We are looking to move from the strip...be curious, we havent stopped into the Plaza in some time...
     
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    The best hotel "near" Fremont is on the Strip. ;)
     
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