Head off the beaten Vegas path and check out one of the city’s best-kept secrets, Main Street Station Casino Brewery Hotel. Located on Main Street in Downtown Vegas, this Victorian-era themed Boyd Gaming property features a 420-room hotel and a 28,000 square foot casino.
Main Street Station Casino Brewery Hotel
The hotel at Main Street Station has 406 deluxe rooms and 14 suites. Deluxe rooms feature basic amenities as well as a flat screen TV, refrigerator and hair dryer. Rooms range in price usually from $49 per night to $175 per night, plus a daily resort fee of $14.99. The property’s suites include the same features as the deluxe rooms but also have a sitting area and wet bar. Call (800) 465-0711 for suite rates.
A deluxe queen room.
Guests of the hotel may want to take advantage of Main Street Station’s shuttle service, which goes to the California, Fremont, Sam’s Town and also to the Strip (Seating is limited. Early boarding is recommended). You can get the shuttle schedule at the bell desk.
The casino offers popular table games such as blackjack, craps, roulette, three card poker, Pai Gow poker, and Let it Ride as well as over 800 slots and video poker machines. If you are a VP player, there is a good selection of high-paying video poker games and there is a long-running, ongoing promotion where you get a scratch-off card usually worth somewhere between $2-$5 (they do go up to $5,000 if you’re really lucky).
The casino at Main Street Station.
If you are planning to spend some time in the casino, be sure to join the B Connected players club. This card can be used at all Boyd gaming properties including The Orleans, Sam’s Town and the Fremont as well as a few other Vegas casinos and even some properties in other states. Main Street Station is also very generous with room offers for out-of-state players club members.
As it says in the name, Main Street Station also features a brewery! Head to the Triple 7 Restaurant & Brewery for award winning microbrews, pizza, burgers and more. If you are feeling hungrier, you can also head to the Garden Court Buffet. The buffet features a little bit of everything and has a seafood night on Fridays and a prime rib and scampi night on Tuesdays and Saturdays. The buffet is $9.99 for breakfast, $10.99 for lunch and dinner is $13.99 on Sundays, Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays, $16.99 on Tuesdays and Saturdays and $29.99 on Fridays. There is also a champagne brunch on Saturdays ad Sundays for $14.99. If you have a B Connected card, you can get a discount on the buffet price (another great reason to join!).
There are also some unique antique pieces you can see at Main Street Station. You can find two of them in the Berlin Wall bathroom and the Boar’s Head Bar. If you head to the mens restroom closest to the buffet (sorry ladies), you can check out a piece of history while you pee as the urinals are mounted on real pieces of the Berlin Wall, complete with graffiti. Check out the Boar’s Head Bar to get a drink in a gorgeous Victorian-style parlor complete with marble counters an antique wild Boar bronzed statue. But don’t worry, there are still TVs. You can take a self-guided tour to check out the rest of the pieces after picking up a detailed brochure and map at the front desk or bell desk.
The Boar’s Head Bar.
If you’re looking for some more modern entertainment, you can always head out to Fremont street to check out the Fremont Street Experience light show which runs every hour from dusk to midnight and is free to watch! You can also find a calendar of events on the Main Street Station website.
Main Street Station Casino Brewery Hotel is located at 200 North Main Street, Las Vegas, NV 89101. To find out more information or make reservations, visit http://www.mainstreetcasino.com/ or call (800) 465-0711.