"Good hotel for the deaf, or night owls"
I've been to Vegas over 25 times in the last 10 years, usually stay on the "strip", this was my first "Fremont Experience". Everything about the hotel was fine. The room was clean, the staff was polite. One caveat, if you plan to sleep before 2am, GOOD LUCK! I've read reviews about this hotel and the noise from Fremont Street, so when I checked in, I asked for the "quiet side". My first night, it was noisy at midnight, and I have "great endurance", so I walked to Ellis Island and took up "bar space" until 5am, and walked back up to Fremont and got a few hours of peace and quiet.
Fortunately, my last job was 8pm to 8am, so staying up a few extra hours was no problem, my current job is 6:30pm to 7am. If I could get a good price, I'd stay there again, knowing there is little "sound insulation" in the building and Fremont has bands playing loudly until 1am. If you want peace and quiet, be a night owl or bring good ear plugs.
Best feature, it's a block from the "Heart Attack Grill" and same distance from the Deuce stop, if you don't want to walk to the "strip". On my best day in Vegas, I walked 26.4 miles via "fitbit", so I can do a "marathon", my visit was after congestive heart failure and open heart surgery, so this trip was to "get back up to speed" cardio-wise.
If you want quiet, get someplace a block or two off the strip, I've been there, Days Inn and Super 8 are good, cheap alternatives. Have fun and good luck in your stay!
Traveller from Woodridge, IL