Main Street Station Review

Main Street Station is a historic hotel in Downtown Las Vegas with a Victorian style.

Jeremy K.

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Jeremy K.

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Last updated on December 20, 2022

Looking for a place to stay in Downtown Las Vegas? Main Street Station is a historic hotel that offers guests a unique experience. With its Victorian architecture and old-world charm, Main Street Station is the perfect place to stay if you want to feel like you’re part of history. Plus, it’s within walking distance of some of the city’s best casinos and restaurants. So, if you’re looking for an interesting and affordable place to stay in downtown Las Vegas, Main Street Station is definitely worth considering.

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Main Street Station Review

Room Rates: $59–179+

Resort Fee: $19

Location: 200 N Main St Las Vegas, NV 89101

Summary: Overall, we think Main Street Station is a great option for tourists on a budget who want to stay in Downtown Las Vegas. The rooms are affordably priced and the location is convenient to all the attractions in Downtown Las Vegas.

Main Street Station Las Vegas Review

Editor’s Rating: 2.1/5

Pros


  • Main Street Station is an affordable downtown hotel
  • Quiet rooms
  • Beautiful casino with friendly dealers

Cons


  • Limited amenities
  • It’s an old hotel

If you’re looking for a great hotel option that’s a little bit off the beaten path in Downtown Las Vegas, look no further than Main Street Station. It’s across the street from California Hotel (which is connected by a sky bridge) and about three blocks from the Fremont Street Experience. You can’t beat the location, and the prices are very reasonable, starting at $49/night on weeknights and $149/night on weekends.

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Room

Located in the heart of Downtown Las Vegas, Main Street Station is a hotel that features rooms themed after the Victorian era. You’ll find all of the basic hotel amenities that you need, including an in-room mini fridge and coffee pot (which is uncommon in Las Vegas). While many of the guests’ complaints are about how old the rooms are, it’s important to keep in mind that Main Street Station is a bit of an antique casino. As such, you can expect that some things are simply outdated. However, this only adds to the charm of the hotel.

Main Street Station does not have a pool, but hotel guests can use the rooftop pool at the California Hotel. And one of the most unique (and popular) features of Main Street Station can be found in the men’s casino bathroom. Behind the urinals is a chunk of the Berlin wall. So if you’re looking for a unique and affordable place to stay in Downtown Las Vegas, Main Street Station is definitely worth checking out.

In conclusion, Main Street Station is a great option for tourists that want to stay in Downtown Las Vegas. While the rooms are old, they are clean and comfortable with all of the basic amenities that you need. And the hotel itself is full of charm and personality. So if you’re looking for an affordable and unique place to stay in Las Vegas, Main Street Station should definitely be at the top of your list!

Restaurants & Bars

Main Street Station has a few restaurants and bars at Main Street Station that are worth checking out, including Triple 7 Restaurant and Brewery, Garden Court Buffet, and Boar’s Head Bar. Each spot has something different to offer, so be sure to check out all of them during your stay at Main Street Station!

Triple 7 is a brewery and restaurant that has award-winning microbrews and a variety of great food. It’s been a reliable meal downtown for my wife and I for many years. The burgers are some of the best in town, and the beer selection is always rotating, so there’s something new to try every time we visit. If you’re looking for a good meal and some delicious craft beer, Triple 7 is definitely worth checking out.

Garden Court is an affordable buffet downtown. It’s a good option if you want a buffet on a budget, but you get what you pay for. The food is pretty standard buffet fare, but it’s not bad if you’re looking for something quick and easy. Just don’t expect anything too fancy or gourmet.

Boar’s Head Bar is a great spot for video poker, craft beers, and relaxing in the casino with a cocktail. The bar is located in the casino and it’s still a fun place to hang out for a while. They have a decent selection of beer on tap, and the bartenders are always friendly. If you’re looking for a place to play some video poker or just drink some beers, Boar’s Head Bar is worth checking out.

Casino

As soon as you step foot inside Main Street Station, you’ll be transported back in time to the days of Old Vegas. The decor is inspired by the city’s rich history, with beautiful Victorian-style architecture and vintage furnishings throughout the casino floor. It’s one of the coolest casinos in Vegas, and it’s definitely worth a visit even if you’re not planning on gambling.

Main Street Station has all of your favorite table games, including blackjack, craps, roulette, and more. There are also more than 800 slots and video poker machines, so there’s sure to be a game that appeals to you. One thing to note is that Main Street Station does not have a sportsbook, poker room, keno lounge, or bingo hall. So if you’re looking for those specific games, you’ll need to go elsewhere.

One of the best things about Main Street Station is the staff. They are some of the friendliest people I’ve ever met in a casino, and they really go out of their way to make sure you have a good time. Alberta is always my favorite dealer. They’re also very helpful if you need any assistance with the games or have any questions about the casino.

Overall, I always have a great time at Main Street Station casino. The atmosphere is really cool and the staff are super friendly. If you’re looking for a fun place to gamble in Downtown Las Vegas, I would definitely recommend checking out Main Street Station.

Recap

Overall, we think Main Street Station is a great option if you’re looking for a hotel in Downtown Las Vegas. The prices are reasonable and it’s conveniently located near all the best attractions in the area. It’s one of our favorite hotels in Downtown Las Vegas overall thanks to its historic charm and modern amenities. If you’re planning a trip to Sin City anytime soon, be sure to check out Main Street Station!

Who We Recommend Main Street Station For…


Who We Wouldn’t Recommend Main Street Station For…


  • People who want to stay on The Strip
  • Anyone on a tight budget

FAQ

Check-in time at Main Street Station is 3:00 PM, and check-out time is 11:00 AM. The hotel does offer early check-in and late check-out for an additional fee.

The resort fee at Main Street Station is $19 per night. The fee includes access to the fitness center, pool, and in-room wifi, and the resort fee does include parking.

The Main Street Station offers hotel guests free self-parking. For all other casino visitors, self-parking is $8-$15.

Main Street Station is located in Downtown Las Vegas on the Fremont Street Experience at 200 N Main St Las Vegas, NV 89101.