Main Street Station Hotel and Casino
200 North Main Street
Las Vegas, Clark County, Nevada, 89101
The Main Street Station Hotel and Casino is a hotel and casino located in Downtown Las Vegas, Nevada. It is owned by Boyd Gaming.
Main Street Station offers a self-guided tour which includes a portion of the Berlin Wall, stained glass from the Lillian Russell Mansion, doors and facade from the Kuwait Royal Bank, doors from the George Pullman Mansion, Louisa May Alcott pullman car, chandeliers from the Coca-Cola building and Figaro Opera House, and various statues. The portion of the Berlin Wall is located in the men's restroom and has urinals affixed to it.
The property opened as the Holiday International in 1978. The property's casino, operated by Major Riddle, closed in September 1980 after going into bankruptcy. The hotel, a Holiday Inn franchise, closed in 1984, following an extended strike by workers.
The property reopened in 1987 as the Park Hotel and Casino, developed by Japanese investor Katsuki Manabe. The Park closed in 1990.
Boyd Gaming purchased the defunct property in 1993 for $16.5 million, and also acquired an adjacent lot from the city to use for a parking garage. After spending another $45 million on renovations, Boyd reopened Main Street Station in November 1996
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