Las Vegas Club Hotel And Casino

18 East Fremont Street, P.O. Box 1719, Las Vegas, Nevada, 89101, United States
(3 star hotel)
#105 of 326 hotels in Las Vegas
Good (3.0 out of 5.0) 5 reviews
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Take a walk on the seedier side of Vegas

Good (3.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on February 27, 2010

If you're a hard core gambler and want to take advantage of Vegas' most liberal blackjack rules, great odds on craps, etc., then grab a cab, head to downtown (i.e., Fremont Street) and pop into the Vegas Club. When I started coming to Vegas, I would make it a point to head downtown to do some gambling at least once on every trip. After all, the Vegas Club had the following rules on blackjack: unlimited splitting of aces, 6 card Charlie's (if you get 6 cards without busting, you automatically win, etc.), doubling down on your third card (my personal favorite) and others. These rules used to apply on every table in the casino, but in the past several years, they've limited them to a few special tables. Nonetheless, the Vegas Club will always hold a special place in my heart.

Be warned, downtown Vegas is not the strip. It's much seedier & dodgier than the strip, yet this area is THE original Vegas. It's where you'll find the famous Cowboy and Cowgirl with swinging leg electric light signs, Binion's horseshoe (the original location of the World Series of Poker), and other familiar sights.

Yet with all the seediness of downtown, there's a certain amount of charm mixed in with the degenerate gamblers and alcoholics and I still love to head down there to people watch, play some hands at the Vegas Club and enjoy some late-night comped Chili's at the Vegas Club's diner.

Unique Quality: Very cheap rooms (that aren't too bad for the price, actually). Great gambling rules & odds.

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Cheap and cheerful for Fremont Street

Good (3.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on April 30, 2009

A one night stop in the Las Vegas Club Hotel (& Casino- always sounds such a redundancy in Las Vegas!) Pretty basic rooms, not a minibar or a hairdryer, but we got a cheap as chips deal of about £21 for the night (despite poorer £ for $ rate in 2010 would be less at time of revison). There are deals for this hotel on kelkoo, expedia, the usual places.
Big and comforrtable rooms, your bargain basement deal will land you in the South Tower - I understand that the North Tower has been refurbished a bit better.

We were 4 nights in Vegas and decided to do 3 hotels in 4 nights, hence the single night stay was planned.

Unique Quality: East end of Fremont Street at the end of the strip (Las Vegas Boulevard), Great base for the Fremont Street experience - see elsewhere

Great Moments cafe did a wonderful breakfast, my wife raved about the eggs Benedict - looking at the website seems Great Moments cafe has been re-branded as Tinico's kitchen.

Like so many places, you get a voucher book on arrival for discounts on gaming and for meals at the hotels restaurants.

Directions: Vegas Club Hotel and Casino
18 East Fremont Street
Las Vegas, NV 89101

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Cheap but cool

Good (3.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on May 18, 2007

The hotel is a little seedy and run down, but once through the smoke, the rooms are big and clean and offer a good view of Fremont. You could hear the music from Fremont, but unless you want an early night, it is no problem.

The reception gave out lots of free tickets when we checked in. The room was cheap so the show tickets we got were worth more than the cost of the room.

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by written on January 19, 2003

I was looking for the cheapest option, I found it on www.hotels.com. 3 weeks before my trip I got very nice price for 3 stars hotel
19.95USD per room /2 person/

Unique Quality: Some hotels has special things for guests.
Vulcano eruption, rollecosters, fountains etc

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Easiest to get rooms comped with gambling

by written on January 16, 2003

The north tower has newer rooms, comparable to any economy to moderate rooms on the Strip.

Unique Quality: for advantage video poker players, has more advantage machines but mixed with looser machines.

A short stroll to the Queens Casino with an entire bank at the back of advantage progressive video poker

Directions: downtown across from the Plaza Hotel and Casino

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Address: 18 East Fremont Street, P.O. Box 1719, Las Vegas, Nevada, 89101, United States

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Amenities at Las Vegas Club Hotel And Casino

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  • Wheelchair Accessible
  • Room Service
  • Free Parking
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  • Free High Speed Internet

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