The Whitney Peak Hotel in downtown Reno is one of the first hotels in the area to not feature any casino gaming. What this stylish and hip does offer are cool rooms that overlook downtown, a restaurant serving organic, seasonal food, a lively bar and events venue, and the tallest outdoor rock climbing wall in the world --right over the Reno Arch. The Whitney Peak is named after the tallest mountain the Lower 48, Mount Whitney and the theme of the hotel is outdoor fun, sports and style. The popular Basecamp is home to various rock climbing walls as well as a 164 foot outdoor climbing wall with views of the entire city. The rooms and the Heritage restaurant at Whitney Peak are inspired by the Sierra Nevada mountain range and feature wood and natural decor and accents. The Heritage menu features American cuisine with farm fresh ingredients and great service.
Recommended for Resort because: The Whitney Peak is geared toward outdoors sports lovers and has great live music events.
The newly renovated and smoke-free Siena Hotel, Spa & Casino is located right on the Truckee River and right in the middle of downtown Reno. The resort expounds on its health club, a spa tub, a fitness facility, and a seasonal outdoor pool. Business amenities include a business center, complimentary high-speed (wired) Internet access, meeting rooms for small groups, and audio-visual equipment. The Siena Hotel Spa Casino has several restaurants and bars including the 1950's themed Johnny Rockets burger joint and the Whitewater Lounge. 24-hour room service is also available. Event facilities consist of a ballroom, conference rooms, and banquet facilities.
Recommended for Resort because: The Siena focuses more on spa and room amenities than gaming and events.
One of the original hotel casinos in the area, Harrah's is close to it all. The Reno-Tahoe International Airport is situated 3.9 kilometers from the Harrah's Reno. Some of the nearby attractions are the National Bowling Stadium, National Automobile Museum, Wingfield Park and the Nevada Museum of Art. Downtown Reno is 200 meters away. All 928 guest rooms and suites at the Harrah's Reno are outfitted with modern-day conveniences. Among these are cable/satellite televisions, ironing equipment, clock radios, video game consoles, wireless Internet connections and multi-line phones with voicemail features. The Harrah's Reno features a 60,000-square-foot, 24-hour casino with state-of-the-art slot machines. This 24-storey also offers an outdoor swimming pool, a health club, various spa amenities, a business center and concierge services. On-site dining options include the Steak House at Harrah's and Ichiban - Japanese Steakhouse and Sushi Bar.
Recommended for Resort because: Harrah's has some fun nightlife and is close to the Ace's baseball stadium.
The Circus Circus Hotel and Casino is located right in downtown Reno and is close to the Truckee River and the Reno-Tahoe International. This establishment offers rooms provided with modern amenities and luxurious furnishings. The Circus Circus Hotel and Casino-Reno has 1,500 rooms in total. Amenities such as cable television and coffee makers are standard. Video game consoles and other amenities may be requested by guests. This hotel has a total of 6 restaurants on the premises. Between them, the restaurants at the Circus Circus Hotel and Casino-Reno serve a variety of dishes, including formal and casual fare. There is a fitness center at this facility. Those who have to attend to business will find facilities to suit their needs.
Recommended for Resort because: Circus Circus is great for families with the Midway and event for children.
David Walley's Resort is nestled in the shadow of the Sierra Nevada Mountains, in Genoa, Nev. The small town is about an hour south of Reno. This year-round resort features timeshare apartments and rooms and some of the most beautiful hot springs in the area. The springs include about half a dozen pools, separate women's and men's steam rooms and dry saunas, and a heated freshwater outdoor pool. The 1862 restaurant specializes in prime rib that is slow-roasted for 10 hours, and offers an extensive wine list. The original wine cellar, built in 1862, is available by reservation for dining parties of six or more guests. The Sierra Deli Café serves light meals and snacks indoors and at an outdoor patio. Treatments at the Spa at David Walley's Resort include massages, salt glows, mud wraps, aromatherapy, deep massages and seaweed wraps. Body treatments, customized facials and hot-stone therapy are also available.
Recommended for Resort because: David Walley's location in the historic down of Genoa is beautiful.
The Eldorado Hotel Casino is one of the top hotel casinos in downtown Reno. It is centrally located to the Truckee River, the Reno-Tahoe International Airport and other casinos. The Eldorado Hotel Casino has over 800 contemporary guest rooms and suites. These accommodations are furnished with high-definition televisions, wireless Internet connections, coffee makers, ironing equipment and clock radios with MP3 connectivity. Private bathrooms have hair dryers and designer toiletries. Wet bars and separate living areas can be found in suites. The Eldorado has an 81-square-foot casino with more than 1,800 slot machines and 90 table games, among others. The hotel also features an outdoor swimming pool, a Jacuzzi, a fitness center, boutiques, a business center and a 12,400-square-foot convention center. On-site dining options include Roxy's Bar and Lounge and The Seafood Buffet.
Recommended for Resort because: The staff at the Eldorado are top knotch and the food is some of the best in downtown.
Located right next to the Reno-Sparks Conference Center, the AAA Four Diamond Awarded Atlantis Casino Resort Spa is a convenient and luxurious hotel and casino just south of Downtown Reno. The highrise hotel and casino has a tropical decor and waterfalls throughout the casino and dining areas. Amenities include a full casino, Toucan Charlie's Buffet, the Sky Terrace Sushi Bar and other restaurants and bars. The Atlantis also has an award-winning spa with sauna, massage therapy and a beautiful pool with private cabanas. Other amenities include 24-hour room service, entertainment center, and live entertainment by well-known acts. Meeting areas accommodate up to 1,000 people.
Recommended for Resort because: The Atlantis Resort has some of the best restaurants in the area and a great conference space.
This resort hotel is one of the largest in the area and has undergone a fantastic renovation in the past few years. It is located closer to South Reno than downtown and is close to the city's convention center. The Peppermill Resort Spa Casino also provides its guests with a shuttle service to and from the Reno-Tahoe International Airport. The rooms at this establishment number over 1,600 in total. They are all provided with private baths. There are Internet connections in all of the rooms. There are also practical amenities, including desks for writing and alarm clocks. This hotel boasts a very large ballroom that comprises over 100,000 square feet. There are also 17 bars at the Peppermill Resort Spa Casino, each with their own themes. The hotel also has 10 restaurants available to guests, and numerous other amenities, including an award-winning spa.
Recommended for Resort because: The Peppermill's Tuscan decor makes you feel like you're in Vegas instead of Reno, but just look out on of their rooms for mountain views.
The Silver Legacy Resort and Casino is one of the Big Three located in downtown Reno. Using the skywalk, guests of the Silver Legacy Resort and Casino have access to several different casinos, a multitude of nightlife establishments and over 20 restaurants. The Reno-Tahoe International Airport is 4 miles from this hotel. There is a transfer service available from the hotel. The Silver Legacy Resort and Casino has just over 1,700 rooms. All of them are decorated in the same Victorian theme that defines the rest of this establishment. All of the rooms are provided with amenities that include satellite television service and a high speed Internet connection. This hotel is a very large facility and the d?--cor is reminiscent of the Victorian era. The Silver Legacy Resort and Casino has its own casino onsite, and a very large convention and banqueting room. There are laser light shows shown at the hotel. This establishment also has its own comedy club, a total of six restaurants and numerous different bars.
Recommended for Resort because: The Silver Legacy's decor is loads of fun and they celebrate their birthday with fireworks.
The Grand Sierra Resort and Casino is situated a few miles north of the Reno-Tahoe International Airport and about five minutes from the downtown Reno scene. All guest rooms and suites at the Grand Sierra Resort and Casino are equipped with contemporary facilities. These include high-definition televisions, wired/wireless Internet connections, ironing equipment, safe-deposit boxes and direct-dial phones with voicemail features. Coffee/tea makers, refrigerators and microwave ovens are also included. This stylish resort-hotel boasts of a 40,000-square-foot arcade/game room and a 50-lane Bowling Center. The Grand Sierra Resort and Casino also provides boutiques/gift shops, meeting/banquet facilities, an outdoor swimming pool, Jacuzzi tubs and various business services. Some of the on-site dining options are the Charlie Palmer Steakhouse and Dolce Enoteca.
Recommended for Resort because: The Grand Sierra Resort has it all: from golfing and thrill rides to spas and shopping.