By Scot Krause

Eastside Cannery Las Vegas, Nevada

Opened in 2008 and located on the Boulder Strip, The Eastside Cannery Hotel and Casino was bought by Boyd Gaming several years ago. Eastside Cannery Casino & Hotel is a favorite for area residents for gaming fun, dining value and entertainment. With 65,000-square-feet of gaming space, over 1,500 slots, table games, restaurants and additional amenities, guests can find a good “value-oriented” casino hotel conveniently located only seven miles from McCarran International Airport.

The Eastside Cannery Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas Nevada

Beginning with accommodations, guests can choose from a standard room, deluxe room or a suite. Each room features wireless Internet, refrigerators, in-room movies and incredible views from the floor-to-ceiling windows. Standard rooms contain either a King bed or two Queen beds, a 37” plasma flat panel TV and floor-to-ceiling windows. Deluxe rooms feature a King size bed, a 37” plasma flat panel TV and Jacuzzi bathtub. Double the size of a standard room, suites boast a King size bed, 37” plasma flat panel TV, separate sitting room, large Jacuzzi bathtub, over-sized glass door shower and a wet bar. 

Dining guests can choose from  Snaps, a 24-hour Coffee Shop, the Chinese Restaurant or the Deli. Guests can also use their club points and comps at Sam’s Town, located right next door across the street.

The Eastside Cannery also offers 20,000-square-feet of meeting space. Whether it’s a convention, meeting or special event the professional staff at Eastside can handle all the details with practiced ease. The hotel also offers a resort pool and fitness center.

The Deli in Eastside Cannery

Guests can visit Marilyn’s Lounge for seven days a week for nightly entertainment and cocktails. Located on the casino level, Marilyn’s offers a wide array of shows featuring some of the best original talent from the 60s, 70s, 80s and 90s as well as incredible tribute bands and some of the top local acts in town.

The must-see ONE SIX Sky Lounge is located on the 16th floor of the hotel and is a sleek contemporary nightspot offering panoramic views of the famed Las Vegas Strip and downtown featuring floor-to-ceiling glass windows throughout the venue and a 1,700-square-foot three-sided balcony. While taking in the vibrant mix of music, guests can experience affordable elegance with the small bites menu, unique martini and cocktail menu and a fine selection of wines all set at approachable price points. Entertainment includes special event live music and DJ’s. Visit the website for upcoming events:

The Cannery Row Buffet

Not yet a part of Boyd’s B Connected, the Eastside Cannery utilizes their own C.A.N. Club (Cannery Awards Network). Join the club and begin earning cashback, merchandise, comps for meals and rooms, invitations to special events and concerts and much more. Players earn 3 points for every dollar coin-in on video reels and slots and 2 points for every dollar coin-in on video poker machines. 1,200 points is equal to $1 cashback, freeplay or $1 in comps. There are 5 tiers to accommodate all levels of players, increasing your benefits as you move up each tier.  The casino features  9 live table games, from blackjack with exciting bonus bets, and craps featuring the Fire Bet offering the chance for lucky players to win up to $1,500; to poker, roulette and progressive Pai Gow, with bets accepted from $5 to $1,000. Table game players earn comp dollars for their playing time and by the amount of their hourly bets.

Every month, the Eastside Cannery offers various promotions for all types of players; from monthly free merchandise gifts to hot seats, drawings and point multiplier days. Promotions change monthly and can be viewed online.

The Cannery Casino Resort can be reached at (702) 507-5900, (866) 999-4899, or by visiting

H. Scot Krause is a freelance writer, gaming industry analyst and researcher, originally from Cleveland, Ohio. Scot reports, researches, and specializes in writing about casino games, events, attractions and promotions. He is a former entertainment director and a resident
of Las Vegas. His work is regularly featured in Gaming Today, the American Casino Guide Book and Vegas Values, a weekly feature
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