Golden Gate Hotel & Casino
Las Vegas history on the verge of the modern-day Fremont Street Experience.
Opened in 1906, this gem is the oldest and smallest establishment on Fremont Street. Guests enjoy an intimate ambience in the lobby, furnished with dark woods and leather chairs. This little oasis leads into the busy casino or out the front door to the bustle of Fremont Street. Declared Las Vegas' Most Historic Hotel, this lodging has restored its concrete exterior. On-site Du-Pars serves affordable meals 24-hours a day. In 1959 the property spawned the casino shrimp cocktail tradition, and you can still get one here for $1.99. Among amenities in the 106 cozy, comfortable rooms are coffee, complimentary weekday "USA Today," cable television, voice mail and computer ports. An expansion created a 35,000-square-foot tower with sixteen luxury suites that are comparable to their Las Vegas Strip counterparts.
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