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Constructed in 1941, the El Cortez Hotel and Casino is the oldest consistently running gaming property in Las Vegas. It is located in the Fremont East Entertainment District in historic downtown Las Vegas. With 362 hotel rooms including the Cabana Suites, El Cortez features full-pay single deck 21, 10x odds on craps, state of the art roulette and over 1000 slot machines. El Cortez is proudly affiliated with Michael Gaughan's South Point Sports Book. Dining options at El Cortez include: Cafe Cortez, The Flame Steakhouse, and Subway. The property also includes a gift shop and full-service beauty and barber shop.
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Vintage in this case means no elevator, and 1940-50 size/furnished rooms. We stayed because of the closeness to Fremont Street, and of course the price.
I immediately liked the atmosphere - an intentional one they've kept through the years. You have access to all the...More
Best breakfast in Vegas and half price on Wednesdays! Older establishment on Fremont St. Easy walk to the old downtown area of Las Vegas. Highly recommend the steak and eggs. Others in the group had an omelet and said it was great as well.
Wonderful time spent for four days in Vegas at the El Cortez. Always a friendly place and great place to stay. Staff are the best and always welcome us. Spent lots of time playing video poker and blackjack with excellent dealers and bar tenders. On...More
Spent 5 nights here a month ago with my wife and 4 others. My ONLY complaint was we had no shower curtain once we checked into the room. We didn't notice until 7PM and called the front desk. It took about 1 1/2 hours, but...More
...and we were very impressed (we gamble here quite often; just had never stayed at the hotel). Double queen Tower room; beautifully updated. South-facing room had a great night time view of the Strip. Don't stay in a south-facing room if late night bar music...More