Rated 2.0 out of 5


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Jeremy Koering

By Jeremy Koering

Updated November 30, 2023

Weeknight Rate

From $39

Resort Fee




$5 for hotel guests • $3-$18


Binion’s in Downtown Vegas is a budget-friendly and no-nonsense hotel that offers clean rooms, a classic casino experience, and a variety of dining options. While it may not be a luxury hotel, it’s perfect for those who appreciate the charm of old Vegas.

With its Victorian-style rooms and wallet-friendly experiences, Binion’s is ideal for travelers seeking a historic and nostalgic Vegas adventure. Plus, its convenient location puts you just steps away from attractions like the Mob Museum and the vibrant Fremont Street Experience.

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Here’s what users have said about the Binion’s:

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Rated 1.0 out of 5

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Nona V.

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Rated 2.0 out of 5

I had a frustrating experience at this hotel. Firstly, I couldn’t find parking and had to call for assistance. Although I had reservations, I was upgraded to an executive suite, but it turned out to be a small room with no window. The air conditioner or fan on the floor ran loudly all night. I also discovered that the upgrade which promised a king-size bed was false, as the bed was actually a double. When I brought this up to the front desk and showed them the ad, they admitted their mistake and said they don’t have any king-sized beds. Overall, this place is one of the worst I’ve ever been to – it’s simply very old.

John W.

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Rated 2.0 out of 5

I recently stayed at a hotel/motel that didn’t live up to its advertised standards. While the rooms had some newer decorations, they lacked comfort and were in a noisy location above the chaos of Fremont Street. The best part was the clean and neat bathroom, which had impressive tile work. However, overall, my experience was a horrible shock, and I will definitely avoid staying near Fremont Street in the future.

Sally W.

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Rated 3.0 out of 5

The casino experience at this establishment has its ups and downs. During the early hours, it can be a bit rough with the presence of people trying to avoid security and a lack of drinks service. However, as time goes on, the atmosphere comes alive with a great buzz and drinks flowing freely. The selection of slot machines caters to both traditionalists and those seeking something new. The players card offered here is excellent, with comps and free money accumulating surprisingly quickly. While we didn’t have a chance to try the steakhouse, the cafe offers affordable and satisfying meals, all covered by the comps on the players card. If you’re a fan of slots, this is a recommended place to gamble and reap rewards.


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