Main Street Station Casino

User Rating based on 4 reviews

3.9

Choo Choo! All aboard for a ride back to when diesel trains rolled by every hour! Oh, wait that still happens.


A Quick Look

  • Location: Downtown
  • Hotel Class:
    3
     
  • Room Price:
    2.5
     
  • Hotel Size:406 rooms
  • Casino Size:28,000 sq. ft.
  • Gaming:Yes
  • Nightlife: No
  • Pool:
    0
     
  • Buffet:
    3
     

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The Skinny

Filled with lots of dark woods, brass, antiques, beautiful stained glass and a great bar serving micro-brews, the Main Street Station Casino Hotel Las Vegas is one of the two prettiest casinos Downtown.  It's a shame, though, that it's also sort of dull with no live entertainment, no pool and no nightclubs.  It's solid, but limited.

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Most Recent Reviews

I always like staying at the MSS. The rooms are nice and quiet (if you're up high with and odd numbered room). This is the only casino I've found in Vegas with Full Pay JOB VP at the bar. AND, the bar serves micro-brews. The casino looks so...

Donny Trump
Nov 7, 2012

Like Casino Boy said. Main Street is a solid choice for the older down town visitor who doesn't mind putting some distance between himself and the revellers on Fremont.. It is a block or so from Fremont, so you better be comfortable walking a...

amightywind
May 27, 2013

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Quick Facts

  • Near Attractions
  • Check-in at 3pm
  • 300+ Rooms
  • Check-out at 12pm
  • Check-In Age - 21+
  • On-Site Restaurant
  • Parking
  • High-Speed Internet

Info

Location:
200 N Main St
Las Vegas, Nevada 89101
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Website:
http://www.mainstreetcasino.com/

Room Quality:

The Main Street Station Hotel, Casino and Brewery Las Vegas has clean rooms with modest furnishings including decent resting chairs.  The casino theme of Victorian antiques is sort of ignored in the rooms, which are more modern.  The beds are comfortable.  The bathrooms are bland and have low shower heads, but are functional.  Rooms on the top floors have mini-fridges.  The Main Street Station Vegas Hotel abuts the freeway on one side and railroad tracks on another, so if you're a light sleeper be sure to ask for something high and away from these distractions.  If you want a view of the Strip and the other downtown casinos, ask for an odd numbered room.  Even numbers face North Las Vegas and the highway, which may bother light sleepers on low floors. The lower the room number on the floor at Main Street Station Las Vegas, the farther from the train tracks you'll be.

Service Quality:

Good, but Main Street Station Hotel, Casino and Brewery Las Vegas is a smaller hotel, so they don't have a lot of amenities.  They will happily deliver an iron or extra towels, but there is no spa or masseuse you can call to your room.  Check-in and check-out are quick thanks to the hotel's size.  Staff is friendly.

What You Get Bottles of in the Bathroom:

Main Street Station Vegas Hotel is pretty stingy with bathroom supplies.  Shampoo and lotion is about it.

Clientele:

A broad mix.  Main Street Station Las Vegas has a loyal clientele so the people here are mostly repeat customers.  They are middle class and spread across the entire age spectrum, with an emphasis on middle-age.  There's no nightclub or other attraction geared toward the youth market. Casino Boy heads down to other Las Vegas hotels for bumpin' nightlife. If you want to stay somewhere with that nightlife scene, use our promo codes to save money on your stay!

How's the Pool?

Main Street Station Hotel, Casino and Brewery Las Vegas doesn't have a pool.  Lame, but you are allowed to use the crappy little pool across the street at the California Hotel.  Seriously, it's a crappy pool.

Resort Fee:

You won't find a resort fee at Main Street Station Hotel, Casino and Brewery Las Vegas!  Thank God, I mean what would you be paying for anyway?  Access to a different hotel's seedy pool?

Is it Worth It?

If you're like us and REALLY like beer, then yeah, Main Street Station Las Vegas is worth it. Beer-bong anyone?

Hotel Amenities

  • Air-conditioning
  • Bar/Lounge
  • Free Fast Internet
  • Parking Garage
  • Restaurants
  • Free Guest Parking

Table Games:

Main Street Station Las Vegas has blackjack, craps, poker, Let It Ride, Pai Gow, roulette.  The blackjack games are often single and double deck, and craps offer 20x odds.

Bet Minimums:

Blackjack is as low as $3, but expect $5 minimum most of the time at a six-deck shoe, craps is $5.  The minimums will quickly jump when the joint is jumpin'.  The roulette wheel is also only a 50-chips with a two dollar min, while Let It Ride and Pai Gow start at a whopping $5.

Machines:

A decent selection with many video poker machines.  Most of the video poker is not full-pay, however if you look hard you will find some. Plenty of those penny video reel slots.

Cocktails?

Main Street Station Hotel, Casino and Brewery Las Vegas has very good cocktail service with micro-brewed beers available, especially if you choose to play the video poker machines at the bar along the back of the casino.

Who Gets Comps?

There is not a lot of cash for slot club members, but you will get comps for the good buffet and, occasionally, the brewpub.  Table players can easily get a buffet comp with some $15 action.  The slot card is B-Connected and links all the Boyd properties, including the Fremont and Cal.

Main Street Station Hotel, Casino and Brewery Guest Rooms

Standard Room

Standard Room

The Standard Room at Main Street Station Hotel, Casino and Brewery Las Vegas comes with one king or two double beds.  Good thing this place is a brewery because other than that, it skimps big time on amenities.  The rooms come with dial-up Internet with a fee (really?),  TVs with cable, pay movies, and OnCommand Video.  There is also an in-room safe but pretty sure if you're staying here, you won't have anything valuable enough to put in a safe, maybe that wicked gold-plated chain you like to rock on special occasions.  I'm sure someone would want to steal that.  The 354-square-foot rooms at Main Street Station Las Vegas also have irons, hair-dryers, and roll-away beds available. 

User Average Review

Overall:
3.9
Service:
4
Cleanliness:
4.5
Location:
3.25
Room Quality:
3.75

Based on 4 reviews

Rating Distribution

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Main Street Station Hotel, Casino and Brewery Reviews

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Overall:
4.25
Service:
4
Cleanliness:
5
Location:
4
Quality:
4

ghoff2000 Would recommend to a friend

Date of stay: 1/14

Great place to stay and gamble

This is a great little casino and hotel with a lot of character. No it does not have on site entertainment, but the staff is the friendliest I have ever encountered in Vegas. The video poker has a lot of full pay (10/7 Double Bonus) available and 20X odds in craps. The rooms are not large but up to date and very clean(unlike my experience at the Golden Nugget). I am a sucker for free craft beer while playing and I don't know what "bad night" Cheapo Boy was at the Buffet so all I can do is recommend the food and drinks at Main Street.

Overall:
3.5
Service:
4
Cleanliness:
4
Location:
3
Quality:
3

bolder steve Would recommend to a friend

Date of stay: 5/13

GOOD BEER AND VIDEO POKER AT BAR AT MAIN STREET STATION

I cannot review the rooms..never stayed there. The service is better than average for a downtown casino. buffet is a good value. make sure you get your free players card before you eat to get discount. plenty of free parking which can be hard to find downtown. Great casino bar which features micro brews on tap. also has full pay video poker at bar which is almost nonexistent in casinos now

Overall:
3
Service:
3
Cleanliness:
4
Location:
2
Quality:
3

amightywind Would recommend to a friend

Date of stay: 5/13

Solid Main Street

Like Casino Boy said. Main Street is a solid choice for the older down town visitor who doesn't mind putting some distance between himself and the revellers on Fremont.. It is a block or so from Fremont, so you better be comfortable walking a little. There is a lot of coming and going with The California via a walkway, so a place feels a little bigger than it is. The hotel is clean, simple, and modern. The decor is pseudo Victorian in the casino area. I like the excellent odds at the lively crap game ($5, 20x odds!). The real star of Main Street is the 777 Brewery. I have drunk beer far and wide in this great nation, and you will not find a better brew pub than this. They offer a whole spectrum of distinctive beers. I recommend getting the sample to orient yourself - a collection of 6 distinct quarter pints. On my last visit I really enjoyed the Blueberry Hefeweizen as well as the Rye Irish Red. Outstanding. The food is also moderately priced and quite good. Last time I had the moderately priced rib eye steak. I was not disappointed. It is a wonderful place to watch your game. Despite the negative comments about the buffet, I'd rate the Garden Court as the second or third best down town (IMHO Golden Nugget, Main Street, and Fremont the surprising third). Good food, prices and selection at all meals. I like prime rib night. You can't beat it. Don't plan on wandering the streets near the casino at night. The streets adjacent to the casino are not the best.

Overall:
4.75
Service:
5
Cleanliness:
5
Location:
4
Quality:
5

Donny Trump Would recommend to a friend

Date of stay: 9/12

Fourth Stay This Year

I always like staying at the MSS. The rooms are nice and quiet (if you're up high with and odd numbered room). This is the only casino I've found in Vegas with Full Pay JOB VP at the bar. AND, the bar serves micro-brews. The casino looks so much nicer than the other Downtown places but still has the Downtown prices, limits and friendliness that can't be matched on the strip. Add in 20x Odds on Craps, and it's a destination in and of itself.

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Overall:
4.75
Service:
5
Cleanliness:
5
Location:
4
Quality:
5

Donny Trump Would recommend to a friend

Date of stay: 9/12

Fourth Stay This Year

I always like staying at the MSS. The rooms are nice and quiet (if you're up high with and odd numbered room). This is the only casino I've found in Vegas with Full Pay JOB VP at the bar. AND, the bar serves micro-brews. The casino looks so much nicer than the other Downtown places but still has the Downtown prices, limits and friendliness that can't be matched on the strip. Add in 20x Odds on Craps, and it's a destination in and of itself.

Overall:
3
Service:
3
Cleanliness:
4
Location:
2
Quality:
3

amightywind Would recommend to a friend

Date of stay: 5/13

Solid Main Street

Like Casino Boy said. Main Street is a solid choice for the older down town visitor who doesn't mind putting some distance between himself and the revellers on Fremont.. It is a block or so from Fremont, so you better be comfortable walking a little. There is a lot of coming and going with The California via a walkway, so a place feels a little bigger than it is. The hotel is clean, simple, and modern. The decor is pseudo Victorian in the casino area. I like the excellent odds at the lively crap game ($5, 20x odds!). The real star of Main Street is the 777 Brewery. I have drunk beer far and wide in this great nation, and you will not find a better brew pub than this. They offer a whole spectrum of distinctive beers. I recommend getting the sample to orient yourself - a collection of 6 distinct quarter pints. On my last visit I really enjoyed the Blueberry Hefeweizen as well as the Rye Irish Red. Outstanding. The food is also moderately priced and quite good. Last time I had the moderately priced rib eye steak. I was not disappointed. It is a wonderful place to watch your game. Despite the negative comments about the buffet, I'd rate the Garden Court as the second or third best down town (IMHO Golden Nugget, Main Street, and Fremont the surprising third). Good food, prices and selection at all meals. I like prime rib night. You can't beat it. Don't plan on wandering the streets near the casino at night. The streets adjacent to the casino are not the best.

Overall:
3.5
Service:
4
Cleanliness:
4
Location:
3
Quality:
3

bolder steve Would recommend to a friend

Date of stay: 5/13

GOOD BEER AND VIDEO POKER AT BAR AT MAIN STREET STATION

I cannot review the rooms..never stayed there. The service is better than average for a downtown casino. buffet is a good value. make sure you get your free players card before you eat to get discount. plenty of free parking which can be hard to find downtown. Great casino bar which features micro brews on tap. also has full pay video poker at bar which is almost nonexistent in casinos now

Overall:
4.25
Service:
4
Cleanliness:
5
Location:
4
Quality:
4

ghoff2000 Would recommend to a friend

Date of stay: 1/14

Great place to stay and gamble

This is a great little casino and hotel with a lot of character. No it does not have on site entertainment, but the staff is the friendliest I have ever encountered in Vegas. The video poker has a lot of full pay (10/7 Double Bonus) available and 20X odds in craps. The rooms are not large but up to date and very clean(unlike my experience at the Golden Nugget). I am a sucker for free craft beer while playing and I don't know what "bad night" Cheapo Boy was at the Buffet so all I can do is recommend the food and drinks at Main Street.