If you enjoy Las Vegas gaming history and miss places like the Casino Legends Hall of Fame Museum and Las Vegas Historic Museum, you may be interested in the free Las Vegas and casino memorabilia exhibits downtown at the El Cortez and the Plaza. Continue reading Free Gaming Memorabilia Exhibits Downtown
On Monday, I posted about my planning process for this trip. This is how it all turned out. Warning: This is a long narrative post.
Monday morning after only a few hours of sleep I headed to the airport. I got there at 5am for a 6:25am flight on Southwest. I almost missed the flight due to surprisingly long security lines. Continue reading 48 Hours in Vegas Trip Report
I enjoy going to Fremont Street, but I hate having to pay for parking and don’t want to be limited to just a few hours. I used to park at the Golden Nugget. Now I park at Main Street Station. You do have to pay when you park ($3 Sunday – Thursday; $5 Friday – Saturday), but you can park all day and get the fee refunded. Continue reading Downtown Parking Trick
The Golden Nugget revamped its players club in early 2015. The new club is a tiered system similar to most other modern players clubs (like Total Rewards and Mlife). It applies to the Golden Nugget casinos in Nevada, New Jersey, Louisiana, and Mississippi and allows some benefits to be used at select Landry’s restaurants. That covers places like Chart House, Morton’s Steakhouse, McCormick & Schmick’s and the Rainforest Cafe. Continue reading Golden Nugget’s new 24K Select Players Club
Main Street Station is a reliable, inexpensive option when you view your Las Vegas room as just a place to crash after a long night at the tables. It is located downtown, just a short walk from the Fremont Street Experience. The rooms are aging, but perfectly fine. The casino has a wide variety of low limit table and slot options. Continue reading Main Street Station Overview