Downtown Las Vegas is centered on Fremont Street, four blocks of which are enclosed under an arched roof, lined by neon lighting and forming one component of the Fremont Street Experience that also includes the surrounding casinos, bars, shops and restaurants. Elsewhere in the city center are a good selection of other entertainment outlets, mixed with official buildings like Las Vegas City Hall and Las Vegas Academy of the Arts. Downtown is bordered approximately by I-515 to the north, the railway to the west and Charleston Blvd to the south, and crossed by Las Vegas Blvd, the Strip; the northernmost of the large casinos (Stratosphere) is 1.8 miles from Fremont Street. Most lodging in the area is provided either by the downtown casinos or by numerous small, basic motels, concentrated along Las Vegas Blvd.
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Super 8 by Wyndham Las Vegas North Strip/Fremont Street Area
1213 South Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89104
The pet friendly Super 8 Las Vegas is part of the long line of basic, budget motels along Las Vegas Boulevard, situated half way (one mile) between Fremont Street and the Stratosphere, northernmost of the large casinos of the Strip. A small selection of restaurants, bars and wedding chapels can be found nearby, though most attractions are a little further away. The motel has rooms on two floors accessed by interior corridors, some with one or more of a microwave, refrigerator and balcony. Free wi-fi is the only amenity.