The Reno Area
Just off Highway 395, our hotel is located near Reno’s best entertainment and recreation. It’s just a quarter mile from Reno-Tahoe International Airport, and just a few minutes from Virginia Street, Reno-Sparks Convention Center, golf courses, the National Bowling Stadium, Reno Arch and more. Our shuttle will take you to the airport and nearby Grand Sierra Casino. Our friendly staff will help you with any questions or requests. Our amenities and services include an outdoor swimming pool, free Wi-Fi, and free Bright Side Breakfast®, and our comfortable rooms are furnished with coffee makers, hair dryers, dataport phones and flat-panel TVs with a variety of entertainment options. We also offer long term Stay and Go parking rates.
People unfamiliar with Reno may connect it mainly with gambling, quickie marriages and similarly bawdy activities. That’s far from all the city has to offer, though, and it’s is quickly emerging as a cultural center on the shores of Lake Tahoe. Renovations have turned it into a beautiful place, with open walks down the river and cultural events in the heart of its downtown area. The Virginia Street Corridor and Truckee River still house casinos, but also present many special events. Lake Tahoe is the largest alpine lake in America, and offers a host of recreational activities, from skiing to boating, hiking and more. From the unrefined to the cultured, outdoors to indoors, and historic to modern, Reno has an amazing range.
Hotel Services and Amenities
Enjoy every minute of your trip to Reno with our hotel’s convenient features. We’ll pick you up and drop you off at both the airport and Grand Sierra Resort & Casino. Start each day with a free Bright Side Breakfast, with fresh waffles, fresh fruit, bagels, muffins and more. When you want a break, hang out at our outdoor swimming pool. We also offer free Wi-Fi, local calls and parking. Our spacious rooms feature coffee makers, hair dryers, ironing boards and dataport phones, and some even feature microwaves. Enjoy premium cable programming on our Samsung flat-panel TVs. We’re pet friendly!
Reno offers a wide range of recreational and entertainment opportunities, including ski resorts, golf courses and, of course, casinos. Virginia Street is the heart of the city’s Downtown area. The National Automobile Museum has an impressive collection of classic cars, including ones used in movies and TV shows. You haven’t seen Reno until you’ve seen the Reno Arch, an iconic neon sign. Virginia City, the historic town of Bonanza fame, is only about 20 minutes away, and features its own attractions and scenery highlighting Old West history. The National Bowling Stadium is the only facility of its kind in the world, with lanes for every skill level. The University of Nevada also has a campus in the city.