The Four Queens casino is one of the most recognisable in the Downtown area and a great spot for some Las Vegas gambling.
It, along with Golden Nugget, Binion’s and Fremont, make up the iconic ‘four corners’ properties where Casino Center Boulevard intersects with Fremont Street.
That particular spot is a neon-lovers dream, and is one of the most photographed spots in all of Las Vegas.
Four Queens Casino overview
Total gaming space: 27,269 sq. ft
Rewards program: Royal Players Club
Number of Slot and video poker machines: 1,000+
High Limit slots room: No
Table games: Baccarat, Blackjack, Roulette, Craps, variations of Poker
Poker Room: No
Sports book: William Hill
The first thing to stress about the Four Queens casino is that it is a property which is very much aimed at lower-limit players.
That obviously means that there is no high-limit room or high-limit slots, and there is no dedicated poker room too. If you are looking for those things, then the Strip properties or Circa will likely be a better bet for your Las Vegas gambling.
What Four Queens is set-up for, though, is to pull people from the Fremont Street Experience and get them gambling quickly and easily. It does it very well, too.
Gambling at Four Queens
There are a very wide selection of slots in the Four Queens casino. In fact there are more than 1,000 slots, Video Poker and Video Keno machines.
One thing I would stress is that Four Queens is one of the more cramped casinos as a result. They don’t have a huge amount of space available and they really try to make the absolute most of every inch of it.
That means that in busier times – weekends and evenings – you can feel a little claustrophobic in there. It can also not be ideal if you don’t like sitting around smokers.
However, those things just generally come with gambling in Downtown Las Vegas. While newer resorts like Circa and Downtown Grand buck that trend, old-style no-frills gambling halls are just part of the fun and something to be embraced.
The Four Queens casino has a good selection for table games for players too. Craps, Blackjack, Roulette, Three-Card Poker, Blackjack Switch, and Let-It-Ride just some of the choices available.
Those tables, like the slots machines, are tightly packed in, though. That said, I found the tables to be welcoming and the atmosphere fun. Table games can be one of the most intimidating parts of Las Vegas gambling, but those at Four Queens are not.
Sportsbook and drinks service
The complimentary drinks service is fine at the Four Queens casino, too. The cocktail waitresses are easy to spot and you see them often. I wouldn’t say it is among the best I have experienced in Las Vegas, but it is about par for the course.
If you love to gamble on the big game, there is a William Hill sportsbook too. It’s perfectly adequate, but also now quite noticeably dated. It’s probably fair to say it serves a purpose, but that’s about it.
The rewards club at the Four Queens casino is the Royal Players Club. That is quite unusual as it has a sister property in Binion’s, but they do not share a card.
However, although the cards are separate, they are linked in terms of rewards, so you can redeem comp dollars at both.