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Grand Sierra Resort and Casino - Reno Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Grand Sierra Resort and Casino

2500 E 2nd St, Reno - Map
 
 
"This resort could do with some updating"
Updating of interior would be a big help to that location.
A Traveller
This destination resort is adjacent to the Truckee River Recreation Trail, 2 miles from Reno-Tahoe International Airport, and …More
Silver Legacy Resort Casino - Reno Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Silver Legacy Resort Casino

407 N. Virginia Street, Reno - Map
 
 
"Great time; center of the action"
The room was nice, clean, and since it was homecoming weekend for UNR, it seemed like the center of attention. There was a parade downtown, and a "Zombie Crawl," which kept things interesting. Although neither event was the reason for our stay, we had a very nice time. We were in the area for the Ultra 4 National races, which were fabulous. We also took advantage of "Sterlings" the hotel's very nice restaurant. It was very good, and the service was excellent. Baggage handling and check-in desk person were helpful, and made the process uncomplicated.
Traveller from Fresno, Ca
A skywalk connects this downtown Reno resort to the Circus Circus and Eldorado casinos; Nevada Museum of Art and Performing …More
Sands Regency Casino Hotel - Reno Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Sands Regency Casino Hotel

345 N Arlington Ave, Reno - Map
 
 
"Cheap hotel but weird security and bad timing"
My friends and I stayed here because it was a really great deal for Reno and it had great reviews. Unfortunately we had some strange interactions that made the stay not so great. First the pros though. It was cheap (50 bucks). The room was clean and the beds comfy. They have some great amenities like Mel's Diner and a taco place that was awesome. Less great was that we arrived when there was a special function at the pool so it was sort of hard to have a good time with the large crowd at the only pool (and it isn't that big really). We were out there for about 2 hours and we're never able to get in the whirlpool either. The pool in the summer was really a selling point on the property for us so not using it was a bummer. The other thing that was weird was that they let my friend who was sharing my room check into the room without asking for ID or credit card but then another friend wasn't able to get an additional room key despite paying for the room because she wasn't the primary name on the account. Same hotel staff member. Parking was also a little tricky but manageable. Not the worst experience, but may consider other slightly more expensive options if we return to Reno and call ahead to see if there are special events going on.
Traveller from NY
This 830-room hotel and casino is 2 blocks from Reno Arch, 4 blocks from the National Bowling Stadium, and 6 miles from …More
Eldorado Resort Casino - Reno Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Eldorado Resort Casino

345 N Virginia St, Reno - Map
 
 
"Great casino hotel experience"
As good as Vegas for less. Clean, spacious room, excellent buffet, hot craps table, and an on-time warm room service breakfast.
A Traveller
4 miles from the Reno-Tahoe airport and covering an entire city block, the Eldorado Hotel Casino is connected to Circus …More
Whitney Peak Hotel - Reno Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars
$139

Whitney Peak Hotel

255 N Virginia St, Reno - Map
 
 
"Nice alternative to casino hotels."
This was an interesting hotel, centrally located but not a casino hotel and non smoking as well, which was really nice for our family. We had trouble with both of the bathrooms but the staff were very kind. It feels like the hotel is trying very hard to meet the needs of travelers not interested in staying at a casino hotel. When we had trouble with our first shower we had to change rooms but they gave us breakfast vouchers. There's also no parking on site, which was a bit of a nuisance, but tolerable. All in all, a nice option although it could have been better. I personally would give this hotel three stars.
Traveller from Honolulu
Located in Downtown Reno, this hotel is steps from Reno Arch and National Bowling Stadium. National Automobile Museum and …More
Peppermill Resort Spa Casino - Reno Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Peppermill Resort Spa Casino

2707 S. Virginia Street, Reno - Map
 
 
"Didn't get what we booked."
After a 3 hour drive do to traffic we where looking forward to a confortable stay but we did not get the two beds in the room that we booked we got only a one bed room for four people and it was that or nothing. My son had to sleep on the floor.
Traveller from Davis, CA
Conveniently located in Reno's bustling shopping-and-dining district, this destination resort is just 1 mile from the …More
Siena Hotel - Reno Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Siena Hotel

1 S Lake St, Reno - Map
 
 
"Quick Stay"
We were looking for one night at a decent place with no smoke. We wanted to avoid a casino atmosphere while moving our daughter into her apt for UNR. The Siena was an excellent choice. It's close to everything, was very clean and well appointed. My wife slept the best she has in months; and that's saying something. She is hard to please and I was worried about a few of the reviews regarding renovations. There was some evidence they are working on the place, but really not at all a problem
Traveller from Bay Area
Located 4 blocks from Reno Arch and 3 miles from the Reno-Tahoe airport, this riverfront hotel is across the river from …More
Atlantis Casino Resort Spa Featuring Concierge Hotel Tower - Reno Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
$187

Atlantis Casino Resort Spa Featuring Concierge Hotel Tower

3800 S Virginia Street, Reno - Map
 
 
"Super clean! Beautiful Moutain view!"
Me and my husband enjoyed are stay:) The staff was friendly. The room was clean spacious and amazing views. We be coming back!
A Traveller
This Four Diamond resort is located in the heart of Reno's new restaurant and shopping district, just 2 miles (3.2 …More
Harrah's Casino Hotel Reno - Reno Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Harrah's Casino Hotel Reno

219 N Center St, Reno - Map
 
 
"vacation"
Fairly good staff especially the bell desk The building looks worn and needs a renovation . the carpets were not clean The cleaning staff was ok but did not seem to understand basic English Also there was a sewer smell in the lobby
Traveller from Alberta Canada
Located 1 block from Bowling Stadium and within 3 miles of the convention center, this downtown Reno hotel first opened as a …More
Plaza Resort Club - Reno Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Plaza Resort Club

121 West Street, Reno - Map
 
 
"Nice, quiet, good location"
We thought the location was good, if you are not into gambling and a lot of action this is the place. We had an excellent view of downtown and surroundings, we could walk to several casinos and more important to The River Walk. The staff was very helpful and we had a very pleasant stay.
A Traveller
Located in Downtown Reno, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Wingfield Park, National Bowling Stadium, and Nevada …More

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    Our Guide To Reno Hotels

    Normally, you leave nothing to chance. During your workday, every task is thought-out well in advance of approaching deadlines. At home, your errands are run in a particular order in an effort to maximize efficiency and eliminate back-tracking. Even your daily commute is mapped out to avoid any potential hazards. This is not to say that you are a control freak—far from it. You have simply grown comfortable with trusted routine. Preparation takes the wild card factor out of play, allowing for more predictable results. To you, fate is calculated and luck is self-made. But as you look back on your adventures, you sometimes wonder if luck did play a part in your triumphs. A roll of the dice, a flip of the cards, and your life may have been completely different. Perhaps a trip to Reno can confirm your suspicions. Indeed, browsing hotels in Reno will make your pulse quicken, generating feelings of equal parts confidence and luck. And just imagine the flood of fortune that’ll wash over you inside one of the city’s casinos.

    With a spin of the roulette wheel or the pull of a lever on a slot machine, your future will be decided on the casino floor of one of the amazing Reno hotels. There are more than 20 casinos in town, which means you’ll have quite the time playing your way through the city, courting Lady Luck, and deciding which is your favorite. Do you select the casino where the dealer knows your name and welcomes you with your favorite cocktail? Or do you tune into superstitious inclinations and frequent the venue that offers the optimal lighting and seating for your hand to prosper? There’s only one way to find out; you’ll have to hit them all.

    What Are the Best Places to Stay in Reno?

    With almost two dozen casinos in “The Biggest Little City,” you won’t have to go far to find your favorite game of chance. So, when you are deciding where to stay in Reno, you might want to take other things into consideration, such as proximity to the local university, Lake Tahoe, and the airport. Here are some of our favorite areas and a hotel option or two for each.

    Old Northwest – West University

    Reno was built along the Truckee River, and the historical buildings along the old waterfront add character to what is now predominantly a downtown area. The iconic Lincoln Highway passes through the heart of the neighborhood, further adding to the lore of yesteryear. The city’s dynamic energy is on display in the East 4th Street district with craft breweries, stylish boutiques, art galleries, and enough international eateries to make the United Nations proud.

    • Circus Circus Hotel & Casino – There is something under the big top for everyone at this famous property. Just off the University of Nevada, Reno campus—and a short stroll to East 4th Street—the Circus Circus (aptly) has two towers, each with stylish guestrooms and suites overlooking downtown. Add to that five restaurants, multiple entertainment venues, and a casino floor with slots, sports books, and table games, and you have three rings of fun.
    • Silver Legacy Resort Casino – Located directly across the street from the Reno Events Center, the Silver Legacy is a perfect option if you’re in town for an event taking place on the convention center floor. Enjoy a healthy dose of vitamin B lounging by the rooftop pool, sample the delicacies at one of six on-site eateries, watch the sun slip below the horizon from your mountain-view suite, then find a lucky table on the casino floor and start stacking chips.

    South Central

    As you venture south from downtown, you’ll enter the conveniently located South Central neighborhood. Hotels in this area are a great option if your plans include some time on the slopes and shores of Lake Tahoe, a challenging round at Washoe County Golf Course, or a day trip to the state capital of Carson City.

    • Peppermill Resort Spa Casino - A distinguished AAA Four-Diamond award winner for six consecutive years, the Peppermill is Reno’s premier resort. Boasting two towers and two wings of elegantly appointed guestrooms, you are surrounded by luxury with mahogany furnishings, marble baths, and custom-made pillow-top king beds. Receive a world-class body, salon, or skin treatment from Spa Toscana. With over a dozen lounges, you are never too far away from a cool drink or a glass of heady red wine. And, when the time comes to break away from the massages and merlots, choose from one of three fine-dining restaurants, four causal bistros, and four snack shops.

    East Reno

    North of South Central and adjacent to West University, East Reno is ideal for business travelers thanks to its proximity to the Reno-Tahoe International Airport. Additionally, Sparks, NV, is a five-minute drive from the neighborhood. And, along the way, there are opportunities to stop at multiple riverside parks on the Truckee.

    • Grand Sierra Resort – With over 200,000 square feet of conference facilities, a casino floor bigger than a football field, a newly remodeled live-music theater, two nightclubs, and nearly a dozen award-winning eateries, the Grand Sierra delivers some of the top amenities in Reno. The property was awarded the title of “Best Hotel in Reno” thanks to guestrooms featuring stylish décor, marble baths, and private wet bars.

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