|Fiesta Henderson Casino Hotel||Henderson||The Fiesta Henderson, with its Southwestern design and good room rates, is a locals casino near Henderson's Black Mountains. The Fiesta's rooms boast views of the Strip of the pool and mountains. With more than 70,000 square feet of casino space, guests will find more than 1,600 slot and video poker machines, the most popular table games, a bingo room ......more.|
|Fiesta Rancho Hotel & Casino||Northwest||
Located away from the hustle and bustle of the Strip and downtown, the Fiesta Rancho offers a friendly, locals-oriented atmosphere.
Decorated in a Southwestern style like its sister-property Fiesta Henderson, the 50,000 square foot casino features more than 1,350 slot and video poker machines, 14 table games and a 300-seat bingo hall. One of the casino's most notable features ......more.
|Flamingo||The Strip and Nearby||One of the more historic hotel-casinos on the Strip, the Flamingo Las Vegas was built in the 1940s as an alternative to the western-themed hotels downtown. With lush gardens, waterfalls and spa, the Flamingo remains a luxurious oasis for visitors on a budget. The resort updated rooms in 2008, dubbed Go Rooms. The Go Rooms feature oversized white vinyl headboards, ......more.|
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|Four Queens Hotel and Casino||Downtown||
The Four Queens, which opened in 1966, is named after former owner Ben Goffstein's wife and three daughters, Faith, Hope, Benita and Michelle. The casino is one of the most iconic Fremont Street casinos.
Today, the 32,000-square foot casino features more than 1,000 slots, 30 tables games and a race and sports book. The hotel offers about 695 guest ......more.
|Fremont Hotel & Casino||Downtown||
Fremont Hotel & Casino is most notable for its colorful entrance and central downtown location in the Fremont Street Experience at the northwest corner of the intersection of Fremont and Casino Center Boulevard. The hotel opened in 1956 and was the city's first high-rise hotel. It was expanded in 1963 to 14 stories and now features 447 guest rooms and ......more.
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