Rated 3.5 out of 5

Main Street Station

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Jeremy Koering

By Jeremy Koering

Updated November 29, 2023

Weeknight Rate

From $45

Resort Fee






Main Street Station is a Victorian-style hotel and casino located in Downtown Vegas, offering a vintage experience that may appeal to those with a love for Victorian decor and a limited budget. While it may not have a wide range of amenities, the hotel manages to attract visitors looking for a distinctive stay. The Triple 7 Brewery, known for its great food and beer, and the Garden Court Buffet are the hotel’s main dining options.

Additionally, the men’s restroom features a piece of the Berlin Wall, adding a quirky historic touch. Nearby attractions include the Mob Museum and the Fremont Street Experience, providing a taste of Vegas history and entertainment. Main Street Station may not be for everyone, but it certainly offers enough character to create a memorable experience immersed in classic Vegas charm.

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Here’s what users have said about the Main Street Station:

Nice hotel, pleased with service and staff.

Rated 4.0 out of 5

Our check-in was a bit slow, but once we got to our room, it was very clean. However, the noise kept me awake on the first night, so I had to request a new room. The staff quickly fulfilled my request, which was great. Unfortunately, the second room had a clogged bathroom sink, and despite reporting the issue, it wasn’t taken care of before we checked out. Overall, I probably won’t stay here again as it’s not really my style. The photos can be a bit deceptive.

Amanda T.

Mainstreet Station

Rated 3.0 out of 5

We love staying here because it’s quiet, affordable, and conveniently located near all the downtown hotels and restaurants. It’s perfect for seniors like me who want a peaceful stay. However, there was one issue with the registration desk when they couldn’t find my reservation, which took a good ten minutes. They definitely need more training in checking-in guests. Overall, it’s a great place to stay for its tranquility and affordability.

Kalona H.

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