Four Queens opened in 1966. It is located on the Fremont Street Experience diagonally across Casino Center Blvd from Binion’s, its sister property. The resort is owned by TLC Enterprises. It offers one of the largest hotels and casino floors in downtown Las Vegas.
Casino at Four Queens
There are four rows of tables in the pit at Four Queens. Most are blackjack tables that spread six decks and pay 6-5 on a natural. The minimum bet for these games is usually $5, during peak periods it may go up to $10. Players must wager at least $15 to get a 3-2 game during most periods at Four Queens. There is a double deck game that does not allow double down after splitting that has a minimum bet of at least $15. There is also $10 Blackjack Switch. All of these games have a $500 maximum bet.
There are two craps tables with $5-$500 limits. Five times odds are available. There are two roulette tables with a $5 minimum. Each has two zeros.
All slots and video poker at Four Queens use Ticket in-Ticket Out. The best video poker game is 10/7/5 Double Bonus. This game returns 100.17% when betting five coins and following basic strategy. Four Queens has the best multi play video poker in Las Vegas. Its 50-play machines offer 9/5 Jacks or Better and other 99% games. Denominations start at just one penny.
William Hill offers a sports book at Four Queens. Players may also deposit and withdraw from mobile accounts. Winning tickets may be redeemed at the main casino cage after hours.
Four Queens offers the Royal Players Club. Active players receive mailers with free slot play and hotel offers. Points may be converted into cash or food comps.
Hotel at Four Queens
The hotel at Four Queens hosts 690 rooms. It is also the hotel for Binion’s, sister casino of Four Queens. There are three types of rooms available. There are standard rooms with two double beds or one king. There are also Jacuzzi suites. All suites must be booked through the front desk as availability is limited and often only available to high rollers.
Standard rooms start at $31 during the week and $69 on weekends. Guests that arrive on days other than Wednesday or Thursday qualify for a third night free promotion. There are no resort fees at Four Queens.
Dining at Four Queens
One of the best kept secrets in Las Vegas is Hugo’s Cellar. It is located down a short flight of stairs from the table games pit. It is like going into a time machine. Steaks, seafood, and chicken dishes are available. All entrees come with a salad that is served from a cart in old school fashion. The sommelier has been with Hugo’s Cellar for decades and is an expert in all wines served. He will share a small sample of your win to make sure it is up to his high standards.
Four Queens offers a 24-hour café by the name of Magnolia’s Veranda. It is upstairs from Hugo’s Cellar. Chicago Brewing Company offers handcrafted microbrews, pizza, sandwiches, salads, and appetizers. Guests in a hurry can pick up a pizza at Noble Roman’s or a sandwich at Subway.
Bars at Four Queens
In addition to the bars within the restaurants, there are two video poker bars on the casino floor. The King’s Bar is located in the front of the property. The Palace Bar is located in the rear of the casino. Both offer great games for bar top machines. The best games are 8/5 Bonus Poker and 9/7/5 Double Bonus.
The Four Queens location is at the “Four Corners” of Fremont Street. This means it is at the intersection of Casino Center Blvd and the Fremont Street Experience.
Features at Four Queens
The Canyon Club offers two shows. Magician Mike Hammer performs Tuesday through Saturday at 7pm. The Broadway Rat Pack is live Tuesday through Saturday at 4pm and 9pm. The Fremont Street Experience is a free feature that offers a show every hour after dark on its massive Viva Vision televisions in the canopy.