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Offer #1 - Earn 250 points and receive a free lunch or brunch buffet (and keep the points). Earn 250 points and present the original coupon from the American Casino Guide book and B Connected Card to the B Connected Club to receive a FREE buffet voucher. All 250 points must be earned on day coupon is presented. Excludes dinner and specialty night buffets. Cannot be combined with other offers. Expires 12/30/2017.
Offer #2 - Earn 500 points and receive a free dinner buffet (and keep the points). Earn 500 points and present the original coupon from the American Casino Guide book and B Connected Card to the B Connected Club to receive a FREE dinner buffet voucher. All 500 points must be earned on day coupon is presented. Excludes seafood night buffet. Cannot be combined with other offers. Expires 12/30/2017.
Offer #3 -New players club members receive $10 in slot play after playing $25. Must present the original coupon from the American Casino Guide when signing up for B Connected Club. Only available once per account. Slot play expires 24 hours after redemption. Expires 12/30/2017. Note: This coupon is valid at the California, Fremont and Main Street casinos and can only be redeemed once at one location.
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The B Connected card can be used at any of the 17 Boyd Gaming properties located throughout the United States. The following information applies to all seven Las Vegas area Boyd casino resorts (The Orleans, Gold Coast, Suncoast, Sam's Town, The California, Main Street Station and the Fremont Hotel & Casino). B Connected has three tier levels based on the points earned through play: Ruby (0-24,999 points), Sapphire (25,000-249,999 points) and Emerald (250,000+ points). Higher levels of play receive better rewards/Point accrual (2x points for Sapphire and 3x points for Emerald). All levels get 40% off when using points at any Boyd-owned restaurant. See the players club for more information.
The slot card expires after 13 months of inactivity.
Slot Point Accrual
|(Standard Accrual Table)||Input/Point(s)|
|5¢, 25¢, $1||$1/1||$1/1|
Minimum: 1000 points
Increments: 1000 points
Comps: 1000 points = $1 in comps except at restaurants where it is 600 points = $1 as all players get a 40% discount.
Reservation Number: (800) 634-6505
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Rooms: 781 Price Range: $88-$105
Suites: 74 Price Range: Casino Use Only
Restaurants: 4 (1 open 24 hours)
Casino Size: 35,848 Square Feet
Games Offered: Slots, Video Poker, Blackjack, Craps, Roulette, Sports Book, Pai Gow Poker, Let It Ride, Three Card Poker, Keno
Special Features: Offers charter packages from Hawaii.
Love the decor and furnishings. Upstairs coin in machines can be fun. Good video poker pay tables. Lots of slot variety. Buffet bad. Restuarants have variety in food and quality. Great Hawaain cousine. Nice bright rooms.
The Video Poker player will like this place, good paytables and cocktail service. I like the decor. Very disapointed in the breakfast buffet and the service. Rooms are small and desk service is not the best. My youngest son enjoyed the coin machine upstairs from the casino floor.
Pretty neat place
Great old time decor. Excellent pay tables for video poker and they still have some coin machines upstairs. I enjoy being around the happy and polite people from Hawaii. The breakfast buffet is one of the worst. Go with the culture when it comes to food.
The only good thing here is the video poker with some full pay and progressives. The management of front desk and housekeeping is the worst I've seen anywhere, when I stayed there last summer. Security was very friendly and tried to compensate for the managements deficiency. There is no concern for customer service. The worst run Boyd property.
We usually visit here when we're at the main street station. They cater to Video poker but have a good variety of machines. The pasta pirate is a good place to eat but if you're on the run to enjoy downtown stop at their snack bar they have the BEST teriyaki rice bowl made fresh and right in front of you. Can't beat it. The pool is small, but if you just want to relax a bit and catch the rays it's great.
California Hotel & Casino
The California Hotel & Casino is located near the Fremont Experience in downtown Las Vegas. The casino caters to the Hawaiian people with everyone dressed in Hawaiian clothes. We stopped by one time when visiting the Fremont casinos and wasn't that impressed.
A hidden gem downtown
The Cal is one of my favorite places to gamble downtown. You do really well at the slots by the door. Tip the cocktail waitress and she will take care of you for the rest of the night. In fact, one of them now refers to my mother and I as "Miller Lite and Bud Light."
The table games are just okay, the dealers aren't usually a lot of fun and are very strict about hand signals, etc. A lot of casinos downtown will lower their $5 minimums to $2 or $3 late at night on weekdays, but I've never seen The Cal do that, even when the casino is dead!
The Player's Club is a pretty good deal here. It's the same card as Main Street, which is attached to The Cal via skywalk. Try using your points at the Main Street buffet--definitely the best buffet downtown.
The Cal has some good eats, too. Market Street Cafe has some fantastic late-night specials, including your usual breakfast items along with fun Hawaiian specialties like Oxtail Soup. (Hint: There's always a huge line for this place from like 11 p.m. to 2 a.m. Skip the line and sit at the counter!!) Aloha Specialties upstairs is a great place to get Hawaiian food during the day, too.
The hotel rooms are surprisingly fantastic. They were just remodeled with a very cool modern/tropical decor. The rooms are always very clean and bright... They have flat screen televisions and mini-fridges. There are very small in-room safes and hairdryers. No in-room coffee makers, though. The Cal has probably the cheapest and best room service breakfast menu you will find in Las Vegas, though!
The pool is a rooftop deal, with not a lot of sunlight, and not very pleasant. There is no lifeguard and when we were there, no towels! If you're looking to spend a lot of time at a pool, stay at the Golden Nugget.
We had a great 5 night stay, with plenty of four-o
I prefer Downtown over the strip because my gambling money lasts quite a bit longer. There are many casinos within walking distance of the Cal. The Cal. is attached to Main Street Station (MSS), so you get two casinos for one.
We like video poker and both places have a good variety of machines. After you put in hours of vp play, be sure to ask for a food comp. Friendly staff and casino slot hosts. The Cal has two good restaurants and? MSS has a couple as well.
When leaving to visit the Fremont Experience or other casinos late at night, take the short cut through the Vegas Club casino. This way you are in a well lit area for the short walk (20 meters max) to the Vegas Club.
Visited on a Wednesday night. The staff was very nice. Not crowded at all.
The walk from Fremont Street was scary. It's a dark alley.
Once inside, the place is nice and table minimums are low. Slots are okay.
Didn't stay here long
Visited the casino 7-9-08. There was hardly anybody in the casino.
Gave my money to the roulette table. The staff was nice.
The area outside was scary after dark. We walked from Fremont Street and walked fast.