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The Main Street Station Hotel, Casino and Brewery is unique among Las Vegas hotels for its Victorian appeal. Featuring an eclectic collection of antiques that include a piece of the Berlin Wall and Little Women author Louisa May Alcott’s private Pullman train car, the Main Street Station Hotel is a destination unto itself.
The Main Street Station Vegas has its own 28,000-square-foot, Victorian-themed casino with all of the latest live-action tables and more than 800 of the latest video and reel machines. Not only does the Main Street Station offer great gaming, the hotel’s Garden Court Buffet has been voted the best in Vegas. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, the Main Street Station’s buffet features everything from Mexican food and Southwestern fare, to pizza and rotisserie chicken. Champagne brunch at the Main Street Station Vegas on Saturday and Sunday is the perfect way to ease into your weekend in Vegas. Meanwhile, the Main Street Station Hotel’s on-site microbrewery offers award-winning handcrafted beers, handmade pizza, gourmet burgers, steaks, ribs, and a fresh sushi bar.
All rooms at the Main Street Station Hotel feature telephones, clock radios and TVs with cable channels and in-room movies. Deluxe suites also include sitting areas, wet bars and refrigerators. Free wireless Internet is available in the lobby at the Main Street Station. Guests at the Main Street Station also have access to the rooftop pool at the California Hotel, the Main Street Station’s “sister” hotel across the street.
Ask for a map at the front desk and take yourself on the self-guided tour of the Main Street Station Hotel’s authentic antique collection. Among the most notable pieces on display at the Main Street Station Hotel Las Vegas are chandeliers from the Coca-Cola Building in Austin, Texas, and the Figaro Opera House in Paris, as well as bronze doors and facade from Kuwait Royal Bank. When you’re ready to head out and see the sights, a complimentary shuttle will take you right to the Las Vegas Strip.