El Cortez Hotel & Casino

El Cortez Casino offers a wide selection of slots, table games, and a full race and sports book. Feel the rush when you make this split-second decision at the El Cortez with single or double-deck Blackjack with full pay 3-2. The El Cortez has been voted "Best Blackjack" by the Las Vegas Review Journal in 2007, 2009, 2010, and 2011. If you've been working on your poker face, test it out at the El Cortez with a round of Texas Hold 'Em, our most popular live poker game with a $1-3 game with $1-6 on the last card. If 7 Card Stud is more your style, you're in luck. The El Cortez is the last casino downtown to offer 7 Card Stud.

Basic information

Casino name: 

El Cortez Hotel & Casino

Location: 

El Cortez Hotel & Casino
600 East Fremont Street
89101-5693 Las Vegas , NV
United States
Phone: +1 (702) 385-5200
Nevada US
Casino Games

List of table games: 

American Roulette
Blackjack
Craps
Pai Gow
Keno

Do they have sportsbook?: 

Yes

Slots stakes: 

N/A

Do they have Keno?: 

Yes

Do they have live poker?: 

Yes

Do they have bingo?: 

No

Number of slot machines: 

1 000
Live Poker

Types of cash games: 

Texas Holdem, 7 Card Stud

Average number of players on tournaments: 

N/A

Phone number of the poker room: 

N/A
Convenience

Is the casino a hotel?: 

Yes

Nearby accomodation: 

El Cortez Hotel & Casino www.elcortezhotelcasino.comĀ  600 E. Fremont Street Las Vegas +1 (702) 385-5200
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Motel 6 Las Vegas Downtown www.motel6.com 707 Fremont Street Las Vegas +1 (702) 388-1400
Binion's Hotel and Gambling Hall www.binions.com 128 Fremont Street Las Vegas +1 (702) 382-1600

Restaurants/bars in the casino: 

There is a bar and a restaurant in the casino.

Entry to the casino

Accepted currencies: 

USD

How to get there?: 

El Cortez Hotel & Casino is nestled downtown at 600 E. Fremont St. in the newly renovated Fremont East Entertainment District.

Fremont East District is located in the heart of Downtown Las Vegas, the Fremont East District was re-opened in 2007 after nearly $6 million in renovations. The district runs from Las Vegas Boulevard to Eigth Street, and offers pedestrian walkways, landscaping, lighted gateways, and retro neon signs, recalling the glitz and glamour of Vintage Las Vegas.

The Fremont District is also lined with popular restaurants, bars, and entertainment venues.

Does the casino have a loyalty program?: 

Yes

Name of loyalty program: 

Club Cortez

Maximum payout: 

N/A

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