Main Street Station Hotel and Casino

Main Street Station Hotel and Casino

Main Tower: 17-story
406 Rooms
Casino 28,500 sf
2 Restaurants

Main Street Station of Las Vegas' most unique properties and downtown's best hotel!

Set in the splendor of the Victorian era with a fabulous collection of antiques, artifacts and collectibles, visitors will find non-stop casino action and great dining.

Visit the pictureque lobby and pick up a descriptive brochure at the bell desk and take a self-guided tour of the antiques and artifacts from around the world. The collection includes Buffalo Bill Cody's private rail car, a fireplace from Scotland's Preswick Castle, lamps that graced the streets of eighteenth century Brussels, beautiful statues, chandeliers from the Figaro Opera House and Coca-Cola building, woodwork from American mansions of long ago - and more.

There's even a piece of the Berlin Wall. This odd attraction can be found in the men's room off the main casino floor. The Travel Channel voted it Las Vegas' #2 historic bathroom.

Complimentary shuttle service to the Las Vegas Strip and Sam's Town hotel.

Hotel Location: Downtown, Las Vegas

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Main Street Station Hotel and Casino Location Map
200 N Main St, Las Vegas, Nevada, 89109
Phone: (702) 387-1896
Fax: (702) 386-4421
Reservation Center: 800 241 6456

Location: Downtown across from California Hotel

Direction: From I-95: Exit Casino Center Blvd. At Stewart turn right. Go 2 blocks to Main Street. For Self Park, turn right. The entrance is on the left. For Valet, turn left and the entrance is on the right.

Guest Rooms

Deluxe Rooms
Guest rooms come with one king bed or two double beds, TV, direct-dial telephone, bathroom, air-conditioning.

While the casino at Main Street Station has a decidedly Victorian theme of yesteryear, its 406 rooms which includes 14 spacious suites, have every comfort and convenience of today. It's been voted "Best Downtown Hotel" by the Las Vegas Review Journal.

The 17-story hotel tower features marble tile foyers, Victorian sconces and marble-trimmed hallways---all lead to the bright, beautiful guest rooms.You'll relax as soon as you enter into the room's cozy atmosphere with its rich wood tones; soft, pleasing fabrics and upholstery and windows framed in plantation shutters. White embossed wall coverings are complemented with wall sconces, framed art, massive gold-framed mirrors carrying out the spacious feel.


Main Street Station, with its Victorian theme, invites its guests to enjoy comfortable surroundings and a complete gaming experience. Richly appointed and easy to navigate, the 28,000 square-foot casino is filled with all the latest slot machines, live action table games, and even offers a chance to play in a daily slot tournament.

This Boyd Gaming resort is breathtaking and unique with antiques from around the world: chandeliers from the Figaro Opera House in Paris, France illuminate a part of the slot area and still more from the Coca-Cola building light the casino table games. You'll want to pick up a brochure at the front desk and take a self-guided tour. Table games players won't miss a beat with the plasma screens that are mounted on either side of the main casino pit for telecasts of major events such as Super Bowl and NASCAR.


Main Street Station guests can use the sister hotel, California Hotel's rooftop pool.

It's just a short trip over the bridge connecting the two properties.

Open mid-April to mid-September, weather permitting, hours are 8 am to 8 pm.

Towel service is provided or check out the Cal's Logo Shop, conveniently located as you cross the bridge, for anything you may have forgotten!


Dining at its best awaits you in the award-winning restaurants: Garden Court Buffet, the ultimate in buffet dining; Triple 7 Restaurant and Brewery, featuring microbrews and fresh sushi, and the antique-filled Pullman Grille, not your usual steakhouse.