This destination resort is adjacent to the Truckee River Recreation Trail, 2 miles from Reno-Tahoe International Airport, and less than 3 miles from downtown ...
Really nice hotel with friendly staff. I would definitely recommend staying there.
This 830-room hotel and casino is 2 blocks from Reno Arch, 4 blocks from the National Bowling Stadium, and 6 miles from Reno-Tahoe International Airport.
Decent comfort and quiet, yet close to busy casinos of the BigThree. Rooms very adequate with parking just a hop to casino and rooms. Eating places are good, loved the Mexican and cabana for quick lighter meals. Buffet on 2nd floor just average, but doesn't empty your wallet.
A skywalk connects this downtown Reno resort to the Circus Circus and Eldorado casinos; Nevada Museum of Art and Performing Arts Center are less than a half-mile ...
Wonderful stay. Rooms were clean. Non smoking run didn't smell like smoke that was a plus. Halls smelt like smoke but room was perfect.
This family-friendly Verdi hotel is located on a river, 0.1 mi (0.1 km) from Boomtown Casino, and within 9 mi (15 km) of Wingfield Park and Idlewild Park. Rancho ...
Long story short Do to the weather we have to turn back so we decided to stay here I had book 2 room one of the room had a leak in it so I went to let them know they took good care of us very happy about it but the room they gave us was not clean I had to call guest service and they handle it very ...
This Four Diamond resort is located in the heart of Reno's new restaurant and shopping district, just 2 miles (3.2 kilometers) from the airport, downtown Reno, ...
The rooms are always clean and comfortable. Check in staff was friendly and helpful.
4 miles from the Reno-Tahoe airport and covering an entire city block, the Eldorado Hotel Casino is connected to Circus Circus and Silver Legacy by skywalk.
We visited at a terrible time, flooded river, snow and mudslides closed many roads. The best part of the deserted hotel was the staff- they really rose to the occasion. I would give the place a higher rating but the circumstances of our trip were truly dismal. When we were stranded due to not having ...
An icon since 1955, this 1,382-guestroom resort is in downtown Sparks, 3 miles from downtown Reno and a 10-minute drive from the Reno-Tahoe airport.
After visiting the dump in Reno known as The Sands, this was a much better alternative for about the same price. Rooms facing the highway are noisy, but fan masked the noise. Other side would be quieter.
Located just over 3.5 miles from Reno-Tahoe International Airport and covering an entire city block in downtown Reno, Circus Circus Hotel & Casino is connected ...
My experience was good but the room has a problem with the fire sprinkler. They were tape. Not SaFe.
Located 1 block from Bowling Stadium and within 3 miles of the convention center, this downtown Reno hotel first opened as a bingo parlor in 1943. It now occupies ...
It seemed like the sheets were not changed, i was itchy the hole night! The bathroom sink and tub are clogged water took hours to drain! And we found some hair pins by the bed when we arrived! It looked like they did a quick clean! But it was clean!
Conveniently located in Reno's bustling shopping-and-dining district, this destination resort is just 1 mile from the Reno-Sparks Convention Center and 2 miles ...
WE LOVED OUR STAY. MY HUSBAND AND I STAYED FOR 2 NIGHTS AND WE LOVED OUR ROOM. FRIENDLY STAFF... LOVED THE DECOR IN ALL THE CASINO AND HOTEL..
While not as small as it used to be, the city of Reno, Nevada still touts itself as "The Biggest Little City in the World." The desert resort certainly does pack a lot of excitement into its 100 square miles and is a bustling holiday destination known for both live entertainment and casinos.
Between 1931 and the mid-1950s, Reno was regarded as the gambling capital of the United States. The town's proximity to the California border made Reno a natural holiday destination for residents of the San Francisco Bay Area. Today, legal Indian casinos have taken some business away from Reno, but its Old West charm remains, and the city continues to impress visitors with the high standard of service in its hotels.
Reno is an ideal destination for road trippers. Situated near the intersection of Interstate 80 and Interstate 580, it's fairly easy to get to from northern California. If you're going to make the drive, be prepared for steep grades going up and coming down from the High Sierras. Bear in mind that the temperatures in the Nevada desert can be harsh and long journeys require adequate planning.
Folks who prefer to fly into the Reno-Tahoe International Airport (RNO) and haven't arranged for a car rental will find a host of taxicabs and for-hire limousines ready and willing to take them into town. Some Reno hotels offer a shuttle service, so be sure to ask the concierge when you make your room reservations. Public buses pick up and drop off airline passengers at the center curb just outside the Baggage Claim area.
What do you want to do? Chances are good that you will find a place to do it somewhere in Washoe County. Of course, gaming and gambling are famously popular pastimes. If you're looking for a lucky spin at the roulette wheel without all the glitz and inflated prices of Las Vegas, a Reno getaway may be exactly the right trip for you.
Some of the older properties in town are no longer in operation, but business hasn't slowed, and there are still a myriad of lively casinos where locals and visitors can have a blast. The Boomtown Hotel and Casino is a popular place to stay and also boasts excellent restaurants and lounges, including a lobster buffet.
When you think of Reno, you probably think of poker games and neon signs, but there's a lot more going on here than you might imagine. During winter months, there are nearly 20 active ski and snowboard resorts in and around the Reno-Tahoe area. Time it right, and you can enjoy things like skiing, sledding, snowboarding and ice skating after trying your luck in the casinos.
If you can, approach Reno after dark. Whereas Las Vegas is now awash in television screens, the classic neon lights are still aglow in the Biggest Little City of Reno, Nevada.
Remember how you used to be able to dine deliciously in Las Vegas for almost no money at all? It's still that way in Reno. These days, many casinos are vying for visitor attention by offering sensational deals on food and drinks. Ask the concierge if they have any special offers, and you may be happily surprised by their answer. Other popular Reno restaurants include the King Buffet and Wong's Genghis Khan Kitchen
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