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I appreciated the size, atmosphere, and restaurant option inside Main Street. Easy parking and nice staff. Stopped by three times within four days and the place was always clean and never too busy for us.
Once again on my annual trip to Las Vegas, I was able to stay at this great hotel. Love the friendly atmosphere and beautiful decor. My room on the 15th floor overlooked the mountains and the traffic noise was minimal. Try staying on Fremont Street...More
8 Thank Sue G
Response from Sarah S, Guest Relations Manager at Main Street Station Hotel & CasinoResponded November 22, 2017
Sue, Thank you for providing feedback of your recent visit to the Main St. Station. I'm glad to read that you had another fun stay with us. We always appreciate hearing about your experiences, value your patronage and hope you will always feel free to...More
This was my first stay here . Real impressed with the people here from security to the buffet workers . Never had a problem finding a waitress when I needed a drink in the casino either . My room was big and the only fault...More
Love the bar, the bartenders, the service and the quality of the drinks served.
Best in downtown. Recommend! The only problem encountered during our recent
stay was in getting a taxi. No taxi stand, and takes forever for a cab to get to you.
While my wife and I went to Main Street Station because of the low priced buffet, I was struck by the beauty of this well preserved casino. Ceilings in tin and cut glass, dark wooden railings and moldings. Curiously, a portion of the former Berlin...More
I'd look at the El Cortez first, staying in a tower room on Ogden St, but Main St Station would be my second choice. Although I agree the train noise is less than the highway, you also get the "beep beep" from their... More
I'd look at the El Cortez first, staying in a tower room on Ogden St, but Main St Station would be my second choice. Although I agree the train noise is less than the highway, you also get the "beep beep" from their unloading dock and from construction that's going on now, both on the street and the new casino being built on that side. I'm not sure which side I'd choose next time.