Best bang for the buck and one of the best pools in Reno. Lot's of stuff to do, staff was great, rooms were clean, food was good.
If there were any negatives it would be that the TV in the room went crazy a couple of times. Reset it and everything
was fine. Shouldn't be in the room watching TV on vacation anyhow.
The other issue would be no club for regular non western line dancing people (I have a tough time dancing anyway). Although, a new club is supposed to open sometime in July.
I also miss the barbeque by the pool. Jonny Rockets is (which is now by the pool) is ok but I miss the outdoor grill.
Will be back next year to check out the new club.
Hotel features (5 = best, 1 = worst):
Short drive from hotel
If you want a very reasonable golf trip, the Reno area has some great courses. Stay at The Grand Sierra and they can set you up or use the service they use which is SILVERVOYAGES.COM.
I love staying at the GSR. The location is perfect, the rooms are really nice and comfortable. Every meal I have had there has been great - this time we ate at the café for breakfast and it really was good. And a good value. My favorite place to
stay in Reno.
the beds weren't remade very well the sheets came off the bed. There weren't enough coffee cups or coffee on Sunday morning, other than that we had a great time and it was a very nice place to stay I would go back.
When we originally booked, we selected a king size bed. Upon arrival we needed to upgrade to the sum of $30.00/night to get that size. The bed had hardly any support. Otherwise the breakfast buffet was average, but there are many things to do at
the hotel site.