Cannery Casino and Hotel in Las Vegas C-E
Cannery Casino and Hotel
2121 East Craig Road,
North Las Vegas, Nevada 89030,
Phone: (702) 507-5700
About the Casino
The Cannery is not a billion dollar palace on The Strip but it is still impressive in ways that have less to do with glitz and glamour and more to do with honest-to-gosh value.
The overall design of the hotel and casino goes after a retro vibe by romanticizing a 1940’s wartime industrial theme – think Rosie the Riveter with slot machines. As themes go it’s tastefully executed and fun. A 120-foot smokestack points the way from the 15 freeway and as you walk inside notice the playful details such as the can-shaped door handles, the brightly colored art renditions of ’40s pinup style posters, and more.
The casino has all of the latest slots and video poker, dominated by penny machines, plus a few table games. Around the fringes of the room are several restaurants serving the basics (steak, Mexican, Italian) and the Cannery Row Buffet, a large cheerful room filled with various culinary food-stations.
The primary entertainment venue, The Club, as it is known, is a giant “black box” of a room that can be reconfigured into a myriad of entertainment possibilities. Move the stage to one side, fly in a couple of collapsible walls, throw in some seating and you’ve got a traditional proscenium stage theater. Move the stage to the other side, add some tables, and open the big garage doors to the buffet and you’ve got an expanded dining area with entertainment. Set up the dance floor on a warm summer night and open the giant glass wall and you’ve got an indoor/outdoor club complete with a high-tech lighting and sound system. Or throw open that glass wall and set up some food booths and games in the adjoining outdoor courtyard and you’ve got a street fair, perfect for springtime festivals.
Movie theaters feature all digital projection and sound so that could provide an amusing high-tech distraction if the slots aren’t hitting.
The 201 rooms are located in a three-story motel-style building adjacent to the main casino. They are stylish but motel-style basic with a bed or two, a table and chairs, and a cozy bathroom. Additional features include flat screen TVs with cable and pay-per-view movies, dual line phones, WiFi (for a fee), hair dryers, and irons and boards.
Service, as you would expect if you’ve been to any of the locals joints, is very friendly – much more friendly than you’ll find on the sometimes snobbish Strip or even Downtown.
Nov 6, 2020 - Nov 8, 2020
$200,000 Slot Tournament ($3000 Buy-in)
Aug 20, 2020 - Aug 22, 2020
$140,000 Summer Classic Slot Tournament ($500 buy-in)