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Who said being the center of attention was a bad thing? Located in the heart of the ever-lively Fremont Street Experience, The Fremont Hotel and Casino has taken downtown's center stage and isn't leaving anytime soon.This recently remodeled 14-story hotel, welcomes guests and visitors alike with glowing marquees and inexpensive fun.Boasting a 32,000-square-foot casino that is open to the energetic Fremont Street explorers, the Fremont is home to 1,000 slots, video poker and keno machines as well as 24 table games, live keno, and a 42-seat Race and Sports Book.  Located right next to the Race and Sports Book is the Fremont's Paradise Buffett. With eight stations, it is very likely that you will find an entree to satisfy even the most persistent of cravings. However, even if your needs were met in the buffet, you will eventually need to refuel again and The Fremont offers several additional eateries to keep you satisfied. More casual dining can be enjoyed at the Second Street Grill, which is known for its Pacific Rim-influenced cuisine, or Tony Roma's, which sure to tempt your palate with flavorful char-grilled ribs, chicken and burgers. Short on time? Go for a hot dog, salad or Chinese dish at Lanai Express – or just grab a coffee and a sweat treat at Dunkin' Donuts or the Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory.  With direct access to Fremont Street and a nearby stop for the Strip and Downtown Express bus line, adventures begin just steps outside of the hotel. Whether you're content exploring downtown  or if you're seeking out Las Vegas Boulevard, the Fremont Hotel and Casino is a convenient place to call home base.
 
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3 / 5
3 / 5
Customer service 
4 / 5
4 / 5
Accuracy of VEGAS.com's Description 
4 / 5
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Room Quality 
3 / 5
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Hotel Location 
3 / 5
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fromLittle Rock, AR
Age:45 to 54
Gender:Female
Travel Purpose:Vacation/Pleasure
Travel Companions:Family
Purchase Frequency:Once every few years
Star Rating Accuracy:Too High
Gambler:Yes
Game:Progressive Slots
Yes, I recommend this product.
I've stayed in better hotels
PostedSeptember 2, 2013
You would think the rooms would be top notch at a Vegas Casino/Hotel but not at the Fremont. They were nice enough but there wasn't a temp adjustment on the AC so the room never really got cool enough for me. The bathroom is shaped odd, the toilet is at an angle and there is barely any counter top space for toiletries. There wasn't an area in the room for a woman to do her hair or makeup, only in the hall outside the bathroom with very little lighting. The ironing board was terrible but the iron worked OK. The king bed was comfortable with king size pillows, the room was very roomy. There was a chair and ottoman which was pretty comfy. The TV was good too, had a great picture.
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Who said being the center of attention was a bad thing? Located in the heart of the ever-lively Fremont Street Experience, The Fremont Hotel and Casino has taken downtown's center stage and isn't leaving anytime soon.This recently remodeled 14-story hotel, welcomes guests and visitors alike with glowing marquees and inexpensive fun.Boasting a 32,000-square-foot casino that is open to the energetic Fremont Street explorers, the Fremont is home to 1,000 slots, video poker and keno machines as well as 24 table games, live keno, and a 42-seat Race and Sports Book.  Located right next to the Race and Sports Book is the Fremont's Paradise Buffett. With eight stations, it is very likely that you will find an entree to satisfy even the most persistent of cravings. However, even if your needs were met in the buffet, you will eventually need to refuel again and The Fremont offers several additional eateries to keep you satisfied. More casual dining can be enjoyed at the Second Street Grill, which is known for its Pacific Rim-influenced cuisine, or Tony Roma's, which sure to tempt your palate with flavorful char-grilled ribs, chicken and burgers. Short on time? Go for a hot dog, salad or Chinese dish at Lanai Express – or just grab a coffee and a sweat treat at Dunkin' Donuts or the Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory.  With direct access to Fremont Street and a nearby stop for the Strip and Downtown Express bus line, adventures begin just steps outside of the hotel. Whether you're content exploring downtown  or if you're seeking out Las Vegas Boulevard, the Fremont Hotel and Casino is a convenient place to call home base.
 

Parking?

Hello, Just wanted to know, since you're on Freemont is there parking available at the hotel? Thank you!
Only valet parking at The Fremont Hotel. They are very nice and very fast.
1 year, 8 months ago
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Little Rock, AR, USA