The year 1906 marked the grand opening of the historic hotel at One Fremont Street - as well as the drama of the great San Francisco earthquake. The hotel has hosted assorted adventurers since the earliest days of Las Vegas. Established in 1906, the Golden Gate is proud to be Las Vegas' most historic hotel/casino and the smallest hotel on Fremont Street, with only 106 rooms. Today, you can enjoy traditional comforts and conveniences, such as in-room coffee and a newspaper, plus modern amenities including cable television, voice mail and computer ports. The casino offers modern-day fun seekers plenty of gambling action in a friendly environment, with more than 400 slots, a full variety of table games, and a sports book. The guests can enjoy the intimate atmosphere of an historic hotel and then step outside the front doors into the grandeur and excitement of the Fremont Street Experience, with dazzling free light shows and special events. The Golden Gate offers two restaurants serving a wide variety of delicious food at excellent prices. Whether you're in the mood for a mouth-watering 16 oz. Porterhouse steak at the Bay City Diner or just a light snack or hearty deli sandwich from the San Francisco Shrimp Bar and Deli, we promise you great food served with a smile and at prices long forgotten by the mega-resorts. The Golden Gate introduced shrimp cocktail to the Las Vegas casino scene in 1959, and we've served over 25 million since! This Las Vegas tradition features lots of ocean shrimp in an old-fashioned "tulip" sundae glass, served with the own secret cocktail sauce and a wedge of lemon. If you like large, succulent shrimp, then try the new "Big Shrimp" cocktail. Locals vote the shrimp cocktail "Best of Las Vegas" year after year. Enjoy timeless melodies from the baby grand piano in the casino, or step outside to 540 kilowatts of booming, state-of-the-art sound at the Fremont Street Experience. The dazzling light shows are presented several times nightly and are a delightful experience. You can win at the tables or slots, and then be under the lights in less than 30 seconds to see the show! And don't be surprised if you are walking down Fremont Street and meet strolling showgirls, a fire eater, or a variety of other unique street entertainers. *Manadatory Policy*Credit Card must be presented at check in for incidental charges along with valid ID.
Golden Gate Hotel and Casino with rates from $13.15 Per night and a Star Rating of 3 out of 5 stars.