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Vegas Club Hotel & Casino Las Vegas, Nevada

Located on the corner of Fremont and Main Street, the Vegas Club Hotel and Casino is among downtown Las Vegas’ first casinos. Known for “real values, real people and classic fun,” the Vegas Club provides excitement for people who want a classic Las Vegas experience.


Vegas Club Hotel & Casino Las Vegas, Nevada

The Vegas Club located in Downtown Las Vegas

The Vegas Club Hotel and Casino offers affordable and comfortable hotel accommodations in the heart of the downtown Las Vegas action and the Fremont Street Experience.  Rooms are often as low as just $22 per night and they remain among the most affordable, inexpensive lodging availabilities downtown.

Hotel amenities include:
—-Expressions: a full service nail salon and spa adjacent to the front desk.
—-Wireless Internet and Internet kiosks located throughout the hotel.
—-Complimentary valet parking or self-parking.
—-Limousine services for those who like to travel in style.
—-Access to sweeping views of downtown Las Vegas and the Fremont Street Experience from the rooftop pool at their sister property, the Plaza Hotel and Casino.

Vegas Club Hotel & Casino Las Vegas, Nevada

The Vegas Club with Sister Property The Plaza

For dining, visit the Vegas Club’s newest dining experience, Tinoco’s Kitchen.  From perfectly seared Ahi tuna and crispy, golden Calamari to classic Chicken Parmigiana, Tinoco’s Kitchen has something for every palate.  The restaurant features great daily specials too.  For a quick bite, check out Tinoco’s Kitchen Express – located right next to Tinoco’s Kitchen.  Enjoy great quality and great tasting food for an even lower price!  

Hit the casino floor where you will find over 500 slot machines, including many of the latest and most innovative slot and video machines. You’ll find plenty of progressive slots and video poker games too.

The casino also offers a variety of table games including blackjack, 3 card poker, roulette, and craps. Play the world’s most liberal blackjack game where you can split aces and pairs as many times as you choose, or by doubling down on any two, three or four cards! 

For something a little different, the women of the “Fetish Pit” will heat up your gaming experience with beautiful blackjack dealers and sizzling, high energy Go-Go dancers.

Make sure to sign up and play with your Player’s Card and depending on your level of play, you’ll begin to  receive invitations to special events and tournaments, plus complimentary rooms, food and cashback or free slot play. Player’s Club membership is free and earning rewards is easy at the Vegas Club. $1 coin-in earns 1 point and 500 points gets you $1 cash back or $1.50 in free slot play.  

Vegas Club Hotel & Casino Las Vegas, Nevada

A Typical room at The Vegas Club

As an added bonus, new members can earn up to $250 in comps their first day of play. All new Player’s Club signups have the opportunity to play and earn rewards based on the point level achieved.  New sign-ups have 24 hours to accumulate their points as part of this program.  Rewards are as follows:
—-250 Points: T-Shirt or $10 Free Slot Play.
—-500 Points: $15 Dining Certificate or Duffle Bag or $20 Free Slot Play.
—-1500 Points: Bathrobe or $50 Free Slot Play.
—-2500 Points: $50 Dining Certificate or Logo Jacket or $100 Free Slot play.
Guests can receive $5 Free Slot Play for each 500 points earned past 2,500 points up to a maximum of  10,000 points.

The Player’s Club is linked with the Plaza so you’ll earn points on the same account when you play at either property.  There is almost always something special going on every month in regards to club promotions such as drawings or bonus gifts.  Be sure to ask or check at the club booth prior to playing so you don’t miss out!

The Vegas Club Hotel and Casino is located at 18 East Fremont Street. Call them at 1-800-634-6532 or 702-385-1664

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 fifteen-year resident of Las Vegas.  His work is regularly featured in gaming publications, the American Casino Guide Book and Vegas Values, a weekly feature found at: http//