Vintage Las Vegas
Opened in the 1940s by Bugsy Siegel, El Cortez Hotel and Casino is classic Vegas. You're 2 blocks from the lights, glamour, and entertainment of the Fremont Street Experience. Considered a great value, the hotel has a vintage casino, no resort fees, and free parking.
Fremont's cool East End
El Cortez is located in the hip Fremont East District in downtown Vegas. The Emergency Arts Building is across the street with an arts gallery and The Beat Coffee Shop. You can learn more about Vegas' shady past at the Mob Museum, about 4 blocks away.
Martinis and steaks
El Cortez is vintage Vegas, and you'll see it in the classic casino. It might have you channeling your inner Rat Packer and ordering the specialty martinis in the Parlour Bar or prime rib in the steakhouse. If you're ready to venture out, you'll appreciate the free parking.
Security and style
The Cabana Suites, located across the street, are accessible by keycard only. These private suites have a flat-screen TVs and iHome systems. El Cortez's traditional rooms and suites have retro decor. WiFi is available, and you can request a refrigerator.