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This seems like a new property — certainly clean, spacious, modern, and comfortable. The surrounding area is a little run down — but it is certainly safe to walk downtown to dining and shopping. The hotel sits alongside the Truckee River and it is a short walk to the very nice River Walk for a run!
The rooms are spacious and clean. Beds and pillows were comfortable. Common areas are clean. Fitness equipment worked. Guest laundry was I believe $3 per wash and dry. Seating out by the river was nice for morning coffee and the gas fire feature made for an enjoyable evening nightcap. The pool is very small with no sundeck. I think parking in the garage next door was $5 an evening. The café/bar had decent food and beverage selection but was overpriced for a Courtyard. They only serve breakfast and light dinner. Not open during lunch.
Stayed 3 nights for business. Hotel checks all the boxes. Good workout room. Large well lit rooms with good work space. Bistro for breakfast or a night cap. Close to river trail and a short walk to casinos. My room faced the parking garage and I did get some garbage truck noise at 4 am on Monday night
This hotel carries on the Marriott tradition of being clean, reliable. The staff were all very nice and helpful. The river view is truly beautiful if you can get a room on that side. There’s a bistro in the lobby for both breakfast and dinner foods- call in advance and you can swing by and grab it to go or just eat there. There’s a public parking garage across the street that the attendant said was free but, oddly, the hotel will charge you $5 per night for overnight parking.
Next to the river and minor league baseball stadium. Parking garage just across side street. Hotel was very clean and is a standard Courtyard in a good location. It is a few blocks away from the casinos. I got the impression the area can get a little seedy after dark but we ordered in so we never walked outside for the evening. There was a security guard on site when we left at 5AM the next morning and the parking garage required you to use your room key to even walk into the garage so it does seem like they are doing their best to keep from having any issues in the neighborhood.
We are loyal Marriott people and used points for just a one night stay on our way up to Lake Tahoe . It was new and very clean nice spot if you want to walk downtown . It is a little bit seedy downtown I don’t know if I would walk around by myself . The short walk to the Silver Legacy where we had some great appetizers at Ruth Chris . Gambled a little bit had some fun if I was traveling through Reno I would stay there again .
This is the second time we have stayed here this year. We love it! So conveniently located in downtown Reno on the Truckee River. The rooms have updated decor and are very chic. Great customer service. We will go back!
Overall this hotel is ok we stayed 3 nights before going back to Sacramento. We arrived early was tired from driving. I Had a reservation for the river view room on arrival was given a hearing impaired room hummm. The young lady at the desk quickly took care of that. What bothered me was I was paying a lot of money to stay here and not getting a little gratitude for being a customer. I did noticed whenever certain people or travelers came in and left for the evening they were acknowledged by the only male at the desk he went as far on one occasion to see if I was just sitting in the lobby believe me I could find other things to do than just to come sit in a lobby anyway I was waiting on my husband to park the car, I surely didn't fit or look like a homeless person and I was well groomed and dressed he made it his business to look me from head to toe and he never opened his mouth but paced back and forth. I enjoyed pulling out my room key card so that this FOOL could see I was a patron of the hotel this episode then put a bad taste in my mouth about this hotel. I thought the hotel was nice as far as the ladies at the desk were nice but he was arrogant and you could tell it took everything out of him to speak after he knew that we were staying in the hotel. The hotel itself was just ok, Embassy is better and treat all visitors with respect and will stay there if I ever return to Reno. The parking is awful they share it with the ballpark across the street. The river is surrounded by homeless people taking baths etc just sad to see and I couldn't even enjoy the river view for the homeless overtaking the river. We did not eat at the bistro on site we felt to uncomfortable to do so. We probably won't be staying here again. Although we had a wonderful vacation this hotel was just ok and expensive. I want to thank Trip advisor for letting people tell the Truth about these places....
Traveling here for business, and wanted to try a different hotel. This is right downtown, near the baseball park and Harrah's. Easy walking distance to restaurants. A small river/creek runs behind the property, maybe runoff from melting snow? Pretty idyllic, except for the small homeless encampment across the river. I guess it's just the way of the world anymore. Anyway, good hotel, reasonable rtes, clean rooms.
A great choice if you want to stay downtown in Reno. The hotel is located at the edge of the city center, which makes it perfect for both walking into town ánd having a quiet night ánd being able to easily park the car. Very friendly personnel, spacious, modern, clean room. Breakfast is good as well. Highly recommended place to stay in Reno!
Located in Downtown Reno, Courtyard Reno Downtown/Riverfront is adjacent to National Automobile Museum and within a 10-minute walk of other popular attractions like National Bowling Stadium. This 3-star hotel has 135 rooms and welcomes guests with a restaurant, an outdoor pool, and free in-room WiFi.
Sit down for a leisurely bite to eat at the onsite bistro, or enjoy a drink at the bar/lounge. Get a pick-me-up at the coffee shop/café.
Courtyard Reno Downtown/Riverfront's 135 rooms are air-conditioned and provide microwaves, refrigerators, and coffee makers. 49-inch Smart TVs come with Netflix, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi and wired Internet. Bathrooms have hair dryers and designer toiletries. Free local calls, free bottled water, and safes are also standard.
Built in 2016, the brand new Courtyard Reno Downtown/Riverfront offers an outdoor pool, a fitness center, and a spa tub. Self parking is available for USD 5 per day. The front desk has multilingual staff on hand 24/7 to help with luggage storage, securing valuables, and dry cleaning/laundry. Additional amenities include free WiFi in public areas, conference space, and a 24-hour business center.