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Located at the west end of the Fremont Street Experience, downtown’s iconic Plaza Las Vegas has been a Sin City staple for more than 40 years.Built in 1971 on land that formerly held the Union Pacific Railroad Station, the Plaza once stood out for being the only hotel in history with an in-house railroad ticket office. But we'll always remember the Plaza best for the movies its starred in -- "Diamonds Are Forever," "The Stand," "Casino" and even " Back to the Future Part II" (Biff's hotel is a digitally manipulated Plaza). The hotel's design, entrance with it's cavalcade of lights and glass-domed restaurant ooze '70s cool.Before guests even step foot into the hotel’s lobby, their gaze is lured upward by the canopy of lights that illuminate the Plaza’s main entrance. But better than the allure of the sparkling lights is the mouth-watering food that is served directly above. Located in the circular over-hang that overlooks the heart of downtown, Oscar's – opened by former Las Vegas Mayor Oscar B. Goodman under the Plaza's iconic glass dome – is the hotel’s fine dining option. Located adjacent to Oscar’s famous bar, the old Vegas ambiance of the restaurant features all of the expected offerings of a traditional steakhouse… plus the company of some of Oscar’s beautiful “broads.”But if you’re not exactly in the mood for steak and signature cocktails, the Plaza is prepared to please with additional and more casual dining options within the hotel. The indoor/outdoor eatery Bier Garten offers German-inspired food, artisan sausages and an assortment of imported beers on tap, while the farm-style Hash House A Go Go serves filling breakfasts as well as hearty all-day fare. Also avail is Pop Up Pizza because we all know that homemade, hand-tossed Italian pies are simply delicious after a few drinks, and for the grab-and-go type, the Plaza’s food court offers Zaba's Mexican Grill, Cafelatte, McDonald's and Subway.And when you’re ready to play, the Plaza’s 80,000-square-foot casino is smaller than the nega-casinos of the Las Vegas Strip but it still boasts more than 500 slot and video poker machines along with table games like craps and blackjack. Additionally, the Plaza is home to the William Hill Race & Sports Book, a poker room with automated PokerPro tables and downtown's only bingo room…. more fun than downtown’s only train-ticket office, right?And while the Plaza has certainly evolved with the times, the iconic property has remained in sync with its history as it has become known for its classic Vegas-style entertainment. Having hosted many acts over the years, today you can catch a variety of performances from stand-up comedy to game shows. Or, if you’d rather tie the knot Vegas style to get your kicks, the Plaza has an on-site wedding chapel.But as far as downtime goes – that is, downtime from playing all day – guests can take advantage of the resort's rooftop pool and 24-hour fitness center. Other (albeit less fun) amenities at the Plaza include a self-serve business internet kiosk, 22,000-plus square feet of flexible meeting and convention space, complimentary valet service and a self-parking garage.For those looking to immerse themselves in the excitement of downtown Las Vegas while staying and playing in a legendary Las Vegas property, the Plaza hotel has everything you will need for a memorable and exciting Las Vegas vacation.  
 
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Accuracy of VEGAS.com's Description 
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fromMesa, Az
Age:65 or over
Gender:Female
Travel Purpose:Vacation/Pleasure
Travel Companions:Friends
Purchase Frequency:Once a year
Star Rating Accuracy:Perfect
Gambler:Yes
Game:Progressive Slots
Yes, I recommend this product.
Awesome
PostedMarch 13, 2016
Upon arriving customer service was closed until 1 pm. When she saw me sitting later & waiting. She called me up early. Never stayed there before so said I e always wanted to. She was courteous & fast. Once in room I was amazed. Beautiful & looking down Freemont st. Will stay there again. Pool was t working but not there for that.
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So you're probably wondering...what does the "D" stand for?The resort's moniker, The D Las Vegas, pays tribute to its downtown location as well as to the Detroit roots of its owners, Derek (who is often called "D" by friends) and Greg Stevens. Among the things that make The D Las Vegas so cool is the way it melds the Motor City with Sin City.Although not specifically Detroit-themed, the Stevens brothers have persuaded a few Michigan-based businesses to set up shop at their resort. Take Joe Vicari's Andiamo Italian Steakhouse. This Detroit-area import is a true dining gem -- and you can indulge in a five-star meal here without the five-star price tag. All of the dishes are prepared from scratch daily. The Andiamo Grande Meatball and 32-ounce Andiamo Tomahawk ribeye steak are not to be missed, plus the cannoli is so good you'll leave the gun and take it.Known for serving hot dogs like no others you've had before, American Coney Island counts itself among the oldest businesses in Detroit -- and there's only one location outside of Michigan. Can you guess where that is? Positioned next to The D Las Vegas' east casino entrance on Fremont Street Experience, these specially seasoned wieners from The Dearborn Sausage Company are topped with a secret chili recipe that's three generations old.There are other nuances of Detroit at The D Las Vegas. Whenever the city's beloved teams -- the Tigers, Lions, Pistons and Red Wings -- play, you can expect to see the game broadcast at the Longbar, which is hailed as the longest watering hole in Nevada with 15 big flat-screen TVs lined up side by side. (And if any of those teams should make it to the championships, expect to find a party of epic proportions going on.)Actually the party spirit begins any time you approach The D Las Vegas. Outside on Fremont Street, you'll discover the modern-looking D Bar, where dancing girls in boots and fringed bikinis pour frozen alcohol-infused drinks into funny souvenir cups. Flair bartenders also flaunt their talents while mixing cocktails at the other end of the long counter.What else should you know about The D Las Vegas? Well, its showroom features some truly eclectic entertainment. Comedy magician Adam London appears in the afternoons. You can get tickets to the one-man comedy "Defending the Caveman" or the interactive mystery dinner show "Marriage Can Be Murder" in the evenings. The casino at The D Las Vegas mixes modern and vintage atmospheres. You'll hear dance-oriented music over the speaker system while playing the latest in slot machines and table games (some of which are manned by the sizzling "Dancing Dealers") on the first floor. On the second floor, it's a blast to the past. You'll discover discover classic coin-operated machines and the beloved Sigma Derby, an electronic horse racing game. The resort also houses a William Hill Sports Book.The D Las Vegas is located on Third Street between the Four Queens and Neonopolis. It's got a high-energy vibe -- one that reflects the energy of the revitalized downtown area. So we'd say the "D" really stands for "dynamic" or "dude, this is a fun and affordable place to stay."
 
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fromMesa, Az
Age:65 or over
Gender:Female
Travel Purpose:Vacation/Pleasure
Travel Companions:Friends
Purchase Frequency:Once a year
Star Rating Accuracy:Perfect
Gambler:No
Yes, I recommend this product.
Clean. Felt safe. Fun on Freemont always.
PostedMarch 8, 2015
Hotel staff location & restaurants great. I noticed pending charges on my credit card so will need to check those out. Shouldn't be any. That was only problem. Is supposed to be only $100 charge plus tax. I see $184 so will have to check if that amount goes through. Could be only problem. When checking out girl at desk seemed confused.
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For the most part, people like to be in the action. For example, at a baseball game the seats directly behind home plate are far more exciting than the nosebleeds that practically require binoculars.And now that we have established that, we will let you know that one of our favorite parts about the Four Queens Hotel & Casino is that its location is practically the dugout – for non-baseball followers, it is smack-dab in the middle of the action.Boasting old Vegas glamour fashion (translation: lots of neon), this vintage property (it opened in 1966) is situated at the intersection of Casino Center Boulevard and Fremont Street and is part of the revitalization occurring in this iconic area of the city.Connected to Fremont Street Experience, the main entrance of the Four Queens is positioned underneath a stunning multimillion-light Viva Vision canopy that brilliantly twinkles like a welcoming beacon to all of its visitors and guests alike. Considering its location, everything you could imagine is within reach just steps from the marble-floored lobby. From classic Fremont Street amusements, hotels, shops, and restaurants to the Strip and Downtown Express bus systems, you have a number of options with the Four Queens as home base.And while you're not out exploring the delights of Sin City, you will undoubtedly find yourself entertained somewhere within the Four Queens. The 32,000-square-foot casino floor at the hotel includes a Keno lounge, a massive mix of table games as well as slot and video poker machines, which run the gamut and are regularly updated to reflect the latest trends. And for the sports fans, the hotel's Race and Sports Book offers bar style seating while onlookers watch the game on one of the 42-inch flat screen TVs.When you're ready for a drink (or three!) there are several bars located throughout the casino while the largest bar – the Patio Bar – is located just outside of the main entrance in addition to smaller bars at the east and west entrances. Needless to say… you will be well hydrated regardless of where you enter or roam within the hotel.When hunger strikes the Four Queens has you covered. For an intimate private dining experience, step into Hugo's Cellar -- this gourmet restaurant opened with the resort and consistently tops locals' lists for the best gourmet meal. Offering patrons the chance to go back in time and enjoy impeccable service paired with a sumptuous menu boasting gourmet continental cuisine you are guaranteed a full belly and a good memory. And to add to the elegance of the deep red, brick walls and the table-side salad preparation, every woman is presented with a long-stemmed red rose.However, if you're looking for a quicker, less formal bite, Magnolia's Veranda, a 24-hour coffee shop, is also a long-running favorite with visitors and in-the-know locals, thanks to its tempting $9.95 prime rib special. Or you can swing by the food court, which is home to Subway, Noble Roman's Pizza as well as Dreyer's Ice Cream.And in the middle of those options is the most recently opened  eatery, the Chicago Brewing Company. Along with handcrafted microbrews, you can tantalize your taste buds with a fresh-baked pizza or kick back for a smoke in the cigar lounge.For those interested in continuing the post-meal entertainment in the hotel, the Canyon Club showroom hosts comic magician Mike Hammer early in the evening as well as Steve Connolly, who impersonates Elvis in "Spirit of the King," later in the evening. With the oak décor, deep, stage-surrounding sofas, coffee tables and simple folding chairs, the ambiance alone makes for an intimate entertainment experience.Combining fun and comfort with a great location in the heart of downtown, the Four Queens is where to stay if you want to experience the best of Vegas' past and present.
 
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Customer service 
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Accuracy of VEGAS.com's Description 
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fromMesa, Az
Age:55 to 64
Gender:Female
Travel Purpose:Vacation/Pleasure
Travel Companions:Myself
Purchase Frequency:Once a year
Star Rating Accuracy:Perfect
Gambler:No
Yes, I recommend this product.
fabulous
PostedFebruary 25, 2013
Check in was a breeze. Room clean & spacious. Close to elevator & water machine. Room service awesome. Asked for extra blanket, no problem. Maid was courteous & did great job. Forgot money on dresser & never touched it, so tipped her when I left..Shuttle fast. All in all, great experience.
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For the most part, people like to be in the action. For example, at a baseball game the seats directly behind home plate are far more exciting than the nosebleeds that practically require binoculars.And now that we have established that, we will let you know that one of our favorite parts about the Four Queens Hotel & Casino is that its location is practically the dugout – for non-baseball followers, it is smack-dab in the middle of the action.Boasting old Vegas glamour fashion (translation: lots of neon), this vintage property (it opened in 1966) is situated at the intersection of Casino Center Boulevard and Fremont Street and is part of the revitalization occurring in this iconic area of the city.Connected to Fremont Street Experience, the main entrance of the Four Queens is positioned underneath a stunning multimillion-light Viva Vision canopy that brilliantly twinkles like a welcoming beacon to all of its visitors and guests alike. Considering its location, everything you could imagine is within reach just steps from the marble-floored lobby. From classic Fremont Street amusements, hotels, shops, and restaurants to the Strip and Downtown Express bus systems, you have a number of options with the Four Queens as home base.And while you're not out exploring the delights of Sin City, you will undoubtedly find yourself entertained somewhere within the Four Queens. The 32,000-square-foot casino floor at the hotel includes a Keno lounge, a massive mix of table games as well as slot and video poker machines, which run the gamut and are regularly updated to reflect the latest trends. And for the sports fans, the hotel's Race and Sports Book offers bar style seating while onlookers watch the game on one of the 42-inch flat screen TVs.When you're ready for a drink (or three!) there are several bars located throughout the casino while the largest bar – the Patio Bar – is located just outside of the main entrance in addition to smaller bars at the east and west entrances. Needless to say… you will be well hydrated regardless of where you enter or roam within the hotel.When hunger strikes the Four Queens has you covered. For an intimate private dining experience, step into Hugo's Cellar -- this gourmet restaurant opened with the resort and consistently tops locals' lists for the best gourmet meal. Offering patrons the chance to go back in time and enjoy impeccable service paired with a sumptuous menu boasting gourmet continental cuisine you are guaranteed a full belly and a good memory. And to add to the elegance of the deep red, brick walls and the table-side salad preparation, every woman is presented with a long-stemmed red rose.However, if you're looking for a quicker, less formal bite, Magnolia's Veranda, a 24-hour coffee shop, is also a long-running favorite with visitors and in-the-know locals, thanks to its tempting $9.95 prime rib special. Or you can swing by the food court, which is home to Subway, Noble Roman's Pizza as well as Dreyer's Ice Cream.And in the middle of those options is the most recently opened  eatery, the Chicago Brewing Company. Along with handcrafted microbrews, you can tantalize your taste buds with a fresh-baked pizza or kick back for a smoke in the cigar lounge.For those interested in continuing the post-meal entertainment in the hotel, the Canyon Club showroom hosts comic magician Mike Hammer early in the evening as well as Steve Connolly, who impersonates Elvis in "Spirit of the King," later in the evening. With the oak décor, deep, stage-surrounding sofas, coffee tables and simple folding chairs, the ambiance alone makes for an intimate entertainment experience.Combining fun and comfort with a great location in the heart of downtown, the Four Queens is where to stay if you want to experience the best of Vegas' past and present.
 

shuttels

do they have shuttles to and from the strip? if so what are the hours?
Deuce bus has bus pass that can be purchased at Wallgreens on Freemont St. 5 days pass is $20. & half price if you're over 60. Leaves every 15 mins. to stip.
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