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Main Street Station

Main Street Station logo Main Street Station Decorated in elaborate post-Victorian style, this downtown property boasts such unconventional tourist attractions as Theodore Roosevelt's Pullman car and (in the men's room) a piece of the Berlin Wall. Rooms feature standard amenities and are available as smoking or non, while on-site dining options are limited to a popular buffet and the Triple 7 restaurant and craft brewery, but there are plenty of restaurants in and around Fremont Street. A Boyd Gaming property, Main Street Station has historic ties to Hawaii and offers charter air packages. The casino features a small pit and there's an online "slot finder" to help locate your favorite games.

Main Street Station
200 N. Main St.
Las Vegas
Area: Downtown
Official Web Site
Overall Rating:
  • Currently 2/5

2/5 Rating

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Comments (6 comments):
- foghorn (02/14/2017) - 2.5 out of 5 stars
Buffet used to be better. The only good one is the seafood but the prices are too high.

- bob1327 (10/23/2016) - 4.5 out of 5 stars
Stayed 26 Sep - 30 Sep. Had adjoining rooms 327/328. Very clean and sufficient for our needs. Cannot say enough about the great Triple 7. Outstanding menu and great brews! Breakfast buffet featured many options. Slots and video poker were rather tight compared to prior visits, but overall, had a wonderful four days. Will definitely be back again.

ROOMS - chazbean (07/14/2016) - 2 out of 5 stars
Rooms haven't been renovated for many yrs.

Cheap! - JoeJones (12/25/2015) - 5 out of 5 stars
Ho brah dis stuff only 15 bucks

First time EVER going to MSS - BadgerBoyz (09/24/2015) - 4.5 out of 5 stars
My wife and I go to Vegas 2 yr for the past +++++ years . We visited the MSS for the first time , main reason to go to the 777 Microbrewery.. We took our reunion of 30 peeps and had a GREAT time at both the Brewery and Casino. The Casino has inlaid wood and marble everywhere and the front Lobby is not to be missed if u like " Vintage Vegas " The staff especially at the craps table very funny and very helpful . We will be back.. GREAT JOB to the MSS

good beer, good video poker - Jeffcox (09/20/2015) - 5 out of 5 stars
Tastes vary, but the dark beers from the microbrewery definitely have taste. Try one at the full-pay video poker machines at the bar. Too many casinos keep changing, but Main Street Station has found a formula that seems to work for everyone. It has a comfortable consistency.

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