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What's happening at MSS?

Discussion in 'Downtown Hotels & Casinos' started by jthornton623, Apr 16, 2015.

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  1. jthornton623

    jthornton623 Tourist

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    Hey All,

    I am fairly new to the forum, and planning my first trip to LV. I am planning to do the week on the Strip (leaning toward Luxor), but I want to do the weekend Downtown. It seems like Main Street Station is the best choice. I am looking at Sept. 25 and 26, for some reason that weekend is $150 a night, but all the weekends around that are $30 to $60 less per night. Does anyone know what is driving that cost on that weekend. Thank you all in advance.
     
  2. ngrund

    ngrund Low-Roller

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  3. zlanga

    zlanga Low-Roller

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    Bingo, avoiding like the plague here! Major traffic headaches and hotel rates thru the roof!
     
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  4. jthornton623

    jthornton623 Tourist

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    Awesome, thank you for the help, you guys are great. May have to rethink housing strategy.
     
  5. ngrund

    ngrund Low-Roller

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    I like playing at MSS, and love the beer (they have their own Microbrewery) but keep in mind that there is a freight train right there
     
  6. Sipsey

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    If this is your first trip, you may be unaware that MSS is a block and a half from Freemont St., the center of downtown. Although I love the 777 restaurant at MSS, and the table games, you should be aware of that and that there is no pool at MSS. If you care about that. I guess you can use the pool across the street at the California. It's not much of a pool by LV standards.

    If it were my first trip I would want to stay on Freemont at one of the hotel/casinos there. Purely personal preference.
     
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