Settled in the Las Vegas’ historical downtown district, Main Street Station Hotel Las Vegas is one of the jewels of downtown.
Perfectly positioned near the center of downtown on the outskirts of the Fremont Street Experience and with its delightful décor, the hotel is one of the best bargains in Las Vegas.
Main Street Casino is one of the nicest hotels in Downtown and it has everything you could ever want, including a microbrewery and a large casino.
The charming hotel is full of history and is ideal for anyone looking for friendly service and affordable elegance.
Main Street Casino features an astonishing assortment of memorabilia that will transport you back in time to the early days in San Francisco. The fun filled property incorporates flickering gas lamps, wrought iron railings and stained glass windows into its beautiful exterior design.
Main Street Hotel Lobby
Walking through the property, Main Street Casino’s artifacts and decor will be like going on a tour of the Victorian era.
Upon entering, you’ll be amazed at the hotel’s outstanding details. Antique lovers will be captivated by the stained glass windows, huge gold chandeliers, ornate bronze doors and vaulted ceilings that can be found throughout the lobby, casino, and buffet.
In the train depot looking lobby, there are antique coin-operated slot machines, long wooden benches, apothecary cabinets and lots of other 20th century relics. At the hotel’s bar, there is a statue of a wild boar that was imported from a fountain in France.
A piece of the Berlin wall is also located inside one of the men’s bathroom. In addition, if you are a railroad enthusiast, you will love the fully restored train cars that are located outside the resort. This includes the Blackhawk Pullman cars and the luxurious Cascade from 1897.
The uncluttered contemporary rooms and suites come in two configurations, deluxe rooms and deluxe suites. These 406 rooms provide complete flexibility and really have something for everyone.
Main Street Hotel Room
A stay in the deluxe rooms will provide you with 400 square feet of flexible space that come with either a king bed or two queen beds. All rooms have the same amenities such as cable channels and in-room movies, hairdryers, flat screen TVs, refrigerators and irons with ironing boards.
Main Street Casino’s deluxe suites are extravagant and boasts new furnishings that blend modern comfort and convenience with the hotel’s Victorian vintage charm.
The 642 square foot suites offer individual heat and AC, cable TVs with remote control, hair dryers, irons and ironing boards, refrigerators, Sitting Areas, Wet Bars, in-room safes, white plantation shutters, paid high speed Internet access, antique leather chairs, velvet drapes, and telephones.
Although small, the bathrooms are well appointed and are split between the sink area and the toilet and shower area.
For a little fun and relaxation, you can cool off at the California Hotel’s refreshing rooftop pool. While Main Street Casino doesn’t have its own pool, there is a skywalk connecting both hotels across the street for easier access. So head on over to take a dip or sun bathe on one of the pool side lounge chairs.
Food and Drinks
Dining at the hotel means you will get to experience one of the city’s best buffets. Main Street Casino’s Garden Court Buffet pairs a great selection of mouthwatering culinary treats with a unique Victorian atmosphere and excellent service.
Main Street Garden Court Buffet
The buffet features chandeliers, vaulted ceiling and ceiling fans in its inviting decor, while the delicious menu features a vast array of choices such as Southwestern fare, Seafood, Asian delights, Mexican food, Prime Rib & Scampi and pizza. A champagne brunch is also offered on Saturdays and Sundays.
The chic Triple 7 Restaurant and Brewery offers one of downtown’s most extensive menus. To satisfy your hunger, you will find a fresh sushi bar, pizzas, gourmet burgers, mouthwatering steaks and ribs, savory appetizers, and sandwiches.
The restaurant has an exceptional selection of handcrafted lagers, porters, beers, ales and Stouts as well as the perfect setting to watch your favorite sport. There is also the Boar’s Head Casino Bar in the center of the casino for you to relax and enjoy your favorite spirits and cocktails.
The casino bar features beautiful marble counters, high-definition TVs, modern entertainment, and of course, Victorian opulence.
Main Street Casino
Just like the rest of the hotel, the Victorian antiques and décor comes together to create one of the most beautiful and unique casinos in all of Las Vegas. The 28,000 square foot casino features vaulted ceiling with sparkling chandeliers and looks like a train station.
The no-frills casino is one of the most smoke-free around and features all the greatest and latest games. At the casino, you will find more than 800 video poker and slot machines, the latest penny slot games and 20 times odds in craps. There is also an incredible array of penny slot games at the casino’s Penny Lane.
A Final word
Decorated with beautiful Victorian glamor, Main Street Casino is one of the best treasures in downtown Las Vegas. This unique hotel combines delicious food, great entertainment, Victorian decor, elegant rooms and exciting gaming action to offer a unique Las Vegas experience.
Main Street Casino’s main appeals are its beautiful Victorian decor, rooms which are larger than the city’s older hotel rooms and the absence of children from the property. Main Street Station Hotel and casino is geared towards adults looking for a world class casino fun without breaking the budget.
In addition, you will be within walking distance of the Golden Nugget, with its exciting casino and delicious restaurants and the wonderful Fremont Street Experience. So, if you are looking for something different downtown, Main Street Casino is a bit off the normal path, but therein lies its charm.