The Fremont Hotel has undergone a massive renovation, transforming it from a tired and dated property into a vibrant and lively destination. As an economical choice, it offers visitors a classic Vegas experience without breaking the bank.
With a range of dining options, including Craft Kitchen, Huey Magoo’s, Roli Roti, Tomo Noodles, and Tony Roma’s, there is something to suit every palate. Nearby attractions such as the Slotzilla zipline, Fremont Street Experience, and 3rd Street Stage are just steps away. The hotel provides a revitalized and budget-friendly option for travelers looking to immerse themselves in the heart of Downtown Vegas.
Guides & Comparisons
Here’s what users have said about the Fremont Hotel:
If you want to be in the heart of the action at the Fremont experience, this is the place to be! The staff is incredibly helpful and friendly, and the food choices are great. Whether you’re enjoying the buffet or the café, the service and quality of the food are excellent. While the rooms are just okay, the most important thing is that the beds are very comfortable. After all, who goes to Vegas to stay in the room anyway? For those on a budget, I definitely recommend the Fremont. It offers a great value for its prime location, delicious food, and top-notch service.
TINY CRAMPED ROOM
We were disappointed with our stay at the hotel. There was no self-parking available, but valet parking was free with just a tip. The bellhop was helpful, but the room was small and cramped, not what we expected for a double bed queen reservation. The room had several issues, including a bathroom sliding door that couldn’t be locked, a dirty mini fridge with leftover items, and a closed pool that required an additional $40 payment. The view from the window was also poor, and the elevator was out of service, forcing us to use the stairs. Despite some positive encounters with housekeeping and extra towels, the overall experience was not worth the high cost of the rental. We believe a refund is warranted.
Bathroom is the smallest not roomy enough
We stayed in the newly renovated rooms, which had two double beds. Unfortunately, the construction engineers did a terrible job with the new bathroom. There wasn’t enough counter space, and the small sink caused water to splash out onto the floor. On a positive note, the big slab of tile in the shower with veins was nice. However, the lack of consideration for guest storage in the bathroom was disappointing. Additionally, there was no small dining table to eat on, only a desk for one person. Overall, I wouldn’t choose to stay here again.