Main Street Station Hotel & Casino

Main Street Station Hotel & Casino

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200 North Main Street, Between Fremont Street and I-95, Las Vegas, NV 89101
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777 Triple 7 brewery is the best if you like micro brews and for 2 dollars a pint. We personally love the Marker. Also the breakfast buffet on the weekend includes champagne and it ... Read more
fills you up for the whole day.

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Air conditioning
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Delray Beach

This spot has a great little brewery. It also has a pretty decent casino. It's located near the downtown area/Old Vegas. It's a good budget spot.

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North Las Vegas, Nevada

777 Triple 7 brewery is the best if you like micro brews and for 2 dollars a pint. We personally love the Marker. Also the breakfast buffet on the weekend includes champagne and it fills you up for the whole day.

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Local from Las Vegas, Nevada, USA

Wow, what an amazing historical place! Main Street Station is as much a museum as it is a casino/hotel. It is chock full of historical artifacts and antiques. Just to name a few, they have the Louisa Alcott Pullman Car from 1927 on display, chandeliers from the Coca-Cola building in Austin TX (circa 1890s), a portion of the Berlin Wall, mahogany apothecary cabinetry and bronze doors from the Kuwait Royal Bank. History buffs would love to stay in the comfortable and clean hotel, and spend a few days discovering all the amazing items Main Street Station has to offer.

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Local from Las Vegas, Nevada

Just off Freemont Street in Downtown Las Vegas sits the Main Street Station. I recommend wondering off the Freemont Street Experience and checking this place out. It is clean and bright, I know highly unusual for Downtown Las Vegas, but there you have it. They have their own brew-pub, worth checking out. Plus free parking, you pay $3.00 and redeem it at the casino cage. Live it up, you are in Las Vegas for cryin’ out loud!

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San Diego

Only $10 for a champagne brunch? I'm in! They have a big buffet with lots to choose from, endless mimosas that can get you messed up pretty quick, and attentive staff. The hotel also has a legit casino with good slots and low bet tables.

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Escondido, California, USA

This is one of the cheapest breakfast buffets in the city, and it's really good! Join the players slot club and it's only $9.99 for a champagne brunch and a ton of options like bacon, eggs, fruit, and more.

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San Marcos, California, USA

I really enjoy hanging out in this casino. It has a pretty expansive breakfast buffet and you can get a discount for joining their players club, which is free to join. It has low bet craps table with super high odds and you don't get hassled by the dealers like you do on the strip.

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Tyler, Texas, USA

Cheap buffet for a Vegas buffet! Try the champagne brunch. Great food at a great price and includes champagne! Just get the membership card for $1 off the buffet. Card is good at many different casinos

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San Diego

I love Fremont ("Old Vegas") - and Main Street station is a good launching point for the old strip on Fremont Street. Plus, they have a surprisingly impressive buffet for only $10 when you sign up for their players card - a damn good value for Vegas buffets! Add the perk of a giant free parking lot that caters to the Fremont street casinos (Main Street station is walking distance) and you've got one nifty stop for the hungry, the tired, and the gamblers.

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Local from Las Vegas, Nevada, USA

What a great brunch the Main Street Station has. One of my favorites in downtown Las Vegas. On my visit to Main Street Station I went and had breakfast with my grandmother. I love the spread they have their, and I really like their pancakes. This property may be older, but its actually a wonderful establishment. I like the fact that Main Street is away from the craziness of the strip, and as I walked through the hotel & casino it was a sigh of relief that I didn't have to worry about bumping into crowds of people. There was a nice amount of people, but it wasn't overwhelming. The rooms are clean and spacious and even though they aren''t modern like other hotels they are still nicely decorated.

The employees were helpful and friendly. Its nice to see people smile and says hello. The casino is very well kept and there are tons of slot machines but not as many tables games as the bigger hotels down on the strip. My grandmother and I still managed to have great time! I even stopped in the brewery for a nice Pale Ale which was really good, and Is a great place for all my beer lovers out there.

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San Luis Obispo
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Downtown, if I'm on a tight budget and don't want to spring for a Rush Tower or Gold Club Room at the Golden Nugget, Main Street Station is always my back-up plan. Tidy rooms with plantation shutters and contemporary style are usually cheaper (not to mention much cleaner!) than other dumpier casinos right on the Fremont Street Experience. Fast, easy valet parking, and it's just a 5-minute walk from Fremont St.

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Morton, Illinois

Cheap food and beer flights at the 777 Brewery. The strawberry shortcake is like a homemade treat. Check out the men's bathroom near the casino. There is actually a piece of the Berlin Wall in there!

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SF Bay Area, Western US

OK, I'll admit that the old part of Vegas may be a riff raff magnet, what with the motels and dingy wedding chapels, a veritable Reno south, plopped into the north part of Las Vegas Avenue, amidst the CBD, city hall, and services for the not-haves. But like Reno, you can walk to 6 casinos in the time it takes you to get from the elevator to the sidewalk in the southern strip mega-casinos. And you can find cheap meal specials.

It's not your glitz and glam and chichi night clubs and celebrity chefs, or $25 minimum table bets in cavernous themed casinos with a 20 minute walk to your car or 20 minute wait to get your car or taxi.

But I like Main Street Station. It has an old west train station motif which is interesting but not why I like it, and like the California Hotel adjacent to it, it caters to Hawaiians. That is why I like it. Many of the people working here are from the Islands, and will slip into their Hawaiian accents, with that distinctive way of asking a question that drops down in tone, just the opposite of the Haole who's question rises in tone. And if you start up in pidgeon, they will pidgeon it up with you! They know dakine brah!

The table stakes are low, usually $5, but the odds are high, like 20X for craps bets. And at the craps table, of which there are only three (rarely all open at once), it is usually not crowded, with a relaxed island vibe, because nearly every craps gambler is Hawaiian, with tanned skin and almond eyes. And they are friendly and relaxed, even when losing. None of the bravado driven, money flashing, pseudo-high rollers looking for attention, to prove their self worth on a gaming table. Nope, just down home "local" boys, who are humble with a great touch of island humor. Even the croupiers will let you take your time, do your pre-roll craps ritual, and not hassle you about how you throw the dice, or agitate you with comments about throwing them too high, too low, too slow, like some casinos I won't mention (actually, most of the bigger ones!). This goes for the other table game dealers, and the other staff. If you relate to Brown, this is the place in Town. It's sort of like an extended family feel here. Aloha spirit in Vegas!

The cafe has island type food to, with greasy plate lunch style meals, that remind you of food back home in the islands. And the buffet is pretty good, and the sports bar-like dining area has good suds to suck'em up brah!

If you like Waikiki and Ala Moana shopping center in Honolulu, with the designer boutiques and fancy restaurants, go to the south strip, with those ever bigger monster casinos, trying to outdo the one just completed last year, go to the southern part of the strip closer to the airport. But if you are a local boy, from Ewa, Mililani, Aiea, north shore, or somewhere outside Waikiki tourist traps, then come here and feel at home with the Brahs and Sistahs.

PS - I usually win here, and if I lose, I still have a good time!

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Laughlin

Very nice, clean rooms. Great price! Nice view. I enjoyed it. :)

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Amenities

Internet Access
  • WiFi (surcharge)
Dining & Drinks
  • Bar/lounge
  • Breakfast available (surcharge)
Parking
  • Self parking (surcharge)
  • Free valet parking
Accessibility
  • Accessible bathroom
Traveling with Children
  • No cribs (infant beds) available
Pets
  • Pets not allowed
Services & Conveniences
  • Luggage storage
  • 24-hour front desk
  • Dry cleaning/laundry service
  • Gift shops or newsstand
Bath
  • Private bathroom
  • Hair dryer
  • Shower/tub combination
Bed
  • Rollaway/extra beds (surcharge)
Media & Technology
  • Cable TV service
  • Pay movies
Housekeeping
  • Daily housekeeping
Other Room Amenities
  • Air conditioning
  • Connecting/adjoining rooms available
  • Iron/ironing board
  • In-room safe
Property Info
  • Total number of rooms - 406
  • Number of floors - 17
Main Street Station Hotel & Casino

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