Las Vegas Hotels near Fremont Street
Fremont Street, situated in the heart of downtown Las Vegas, was the first street to be paved the city. It is home to numerous well-known casinos like The Golden Nugget and Binion's Horseshoe. Everyone has seen the famed Vegas Vic sign in all of his neon glory. Fremont Street has a more historic charm than its glitzy counterpart, The Strip, but still offers plenty for everyone during a visit to Las Vegas. Whether gambling at the Pioneer Club or simply walking along Fremont Street during the day and admiring the grand buildings, there is plenty to see and do. ... Read more »
Fremont Street Top 3
- Spend an evening taking in the Fremont Street Experience, a five block long, covered shopping and entertainment district that features a nightly light show and numerous vendors.
- Enjoy a thoroughly satisfying and hearty meal at the Heart Attack Grill, situated on Fremont Street, but well worth a trip from anywhere in Las Vegas.
- Take a short trip to scenic Calico Hills for a break from the bustling sights and sounds of Las Vegas.
The nearest airport is the McCarran International Airport, where a taxi or shuttle can be taken the rest of the way to Fremont Street. A shuttle costs about US $7 per person to reach downtown, whilst taxis cost around US $23. CAT, or Citizen Area Transit, is the public transportation system in Las Vegas and will cost riders $2, exact change, to get from The Strip to Fremont Street. As with much of Las Vegas, once in downtown, most destinations are easily reached on foot. Most travellers avoid hiring cars, as traffic can be quite congested and parking minimal.« Hide