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Best rooms in 4 Queens? help please...

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Best rooms in 4 Queens? help please...

Staying 1 night at the beginning of our 5 day trip at the 4 Queens and then off to the strip. Have never stayed anywhere downtown but my aunt stays at 4 queens and likes it. Also she is a very LOW roller, but gets many offers(rodeo tickets and free stays). So, our plan is to stay a night, gamble and hope for some comps for quick inexpensive trips. Can you help with room choices? I have already booked through Hotels.com but planning on asking for an upgrade when we check in. Thanks, any help appreciated? Also when we sign up for their players card will we get any freebies then? Maybe dining credits etc? Plan on eating at Hugos that evening?

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1. Re: Best rooms in 4 Queens? help please...

I believe all the rooms are pretty much the same. They have a few suites but I have never seen them advertised. The only thing we asked for a room away from Fremont street because of the noise. If you print the players club sheet off their website and pre fill it in, you will get a very nice tote bag. After so many points they give you a T shirt. The ice machines are on certain floors and the soda machines are on other floors so if thats important ask to be on a floor that has one of them. I had to keep running down from the 19th floor to the 18th everyday for ice.

Las Vegas, Nevada
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Hi Caligurl,

We use to stay at the Queens and from time to time our son still does. We always stayed in the suites which have whirlpool tubs. There is nothing lavish at the four queens except the excellent Hugo's Cellar. The rooms are o.k. and we have had good and bad experiences with service. The rooms in front, back, high, low are a matter of preference. We have had noisy neighbors even away from the FSE. One time we even asked for a suite under the canopy so we could watch from our room. It didn't bother us much since we were out most of the evening anyway.

I can't imagine you won't be running the casinos downtown and find yourself having a really great time!

Joplin Mo. (area)
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I stayed 2 nights in Feb. the room was small but clean. I would say about all the rooms are the same. I have heard that the south tower is newer and rooms a little better. Just remember it is more Motel 6 quality not the Bellagio. We received key rings for signing up for the players card. I read a review on this site I believe. That said, with a players club card you receive a 10% discount on food at Magnolia's Veradna. I don't know if this is so we never ate at the 4-Queens. We have received promos on a regular basis, some very good. We will be returning to Vegas next year and will probably stay again. Just remember it's not posh just basic and you will have a great time!

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4. Re: Best rooms in 4 Queens? help please...

If you want a good run down on all rooms:

www.cheapo.vegas.com

Midwest USA
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5. Re: Best rooms in 4 Queens? help please...

That's www.cheapovegas.com. No dot between cheapo and vegas.

Seattle
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6. Re: Best rooms in 4 Queens? help please...

VHB: Are you hitting the bottle again? touche!!

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