The Top Five Reno Hotels of 2016


Located to the south of Washoe County and bordering the eastern part of the Sierra Mountains, Reno is undoubtedly the largest city in Northern Nevada. The weather and terrain provides countless indoor and outdoor recreational activities for individuals and families. Downtown Reno is a hub for casinos and hotels. Whether in search of pleasure, relaxation, gambling and gaming, honeymoon or on an important business trip, Reno does not disappoint.

It is an ideal getaway for anyone looking to escape the digital world and embrace nature in a serene environment. Visitors are spoiled to a line of shops and restaurants in the MidTown District, and the Animal Ark downtown serves as an excellent sanctuary for rescued cheetahs, bears, and other wildlife. But perhaps its most enticing attraction is its proximity to numerous ski resorts and casinos. Below is our list of the top five hotels in Reno of 2016.

Atlantis Casino Resort Spa


( – $87 – $243

Located approximately 2.2 miles from the Reno-Tahoe International airport, this 5-star hotel connects to the Reno-Sparks Convention Centre via a sky bridge right across the street. The rooms have oversized windows that let in plenty of natural light, enabling guests’ breathtaking views of the Nevada hills. Atlantis also offers various casino games with non-smoking sections for non-smokers. The hotel has different suites and rooms to cater for various tastes and budgets. There is a spa as well, and eleven dining options. Notable amenities include an exercise room, a hot tub, as well as indoor and outdoor pools.

Hyatt Place Reno Tahoe Airport


( – $123 – $183

With the Reno Riverwalk District and Nevada Museum of Art a short distance away, this airport is arguably the best spot for explorer-travelers. It offers elegant, beige-tone rooms featuring distinct living areas and custom-designed beds. The rooms are equipped with free Wi-Fi, mini-fridges, flat screen TVs, as well as tea and coffee making machines. Guests also get to enjoy complimentary on-site parking, hot breakfast, and an airport shuttle. Amenities include a heated indoor pool, gym, an outdoor heated tub, as well as a market & licensed cafe serving snacks and drinks 24/7. The non-smoking hotel also offers meeting rooms and computers for personal.

You’ll be spoiled for choice when it comes to leisurely activities. The hotel is surrounded by amazing attractions, including contemporary golf courses, exemplary ski resorts, and world class casinos. You can also head downtown Reno, where there are excellent restaurants, casinos, shopping, and general entertainment. The National Automobile Museum, Sierra Safari Zoo, Terry Lee Wells Nevada Discovery Museum, Wild Island Family Adventure Park, and Reno Riverwalk are also great for family adventure.

Peppermill Resort Spa Casino


( – $88 – $212

This hotel has been operating for over 40 years. It is a short distance from Virginia Lake and easily accessible from Reno Airport. It features contemporary rooms adorned with custom mahogany furnishings, pillow-top mattresses, and marble bathrooms. Each room is equipped with high speed internet, mini-bars, and flat screen TVs. Suites incorporate living areas and specific features based on the room, including hand painted artwork, whirlpool tubs, and four-poster beds. Additionally, there is a nightclub, fourteen lounges, and twelve restaurants, as well as amenities such as a spa, fitness center, two outdoor pools, and meeting venues.

You’ll especially love the nightlife at Peppermill Resort Spa, where locals and vacationers blend for happy-hour specials at Reno’s unique Fireside Lounge and live entertainment at The Terrace Lounge. If you’ve still got the energy, you can dance through the night at EDGE Nightclub to the tune of DJ tracks. In terms of gaming, Peppermill Casino features an elegant High Limit Table Games area, the most luxurious Poker Room in Reno, and an exclusive High Limit Slot area. Guests are treated to nonstop gaming action. There’s a Race and Sports Book Theater featuring more than a hundred viewing screens, a smoke-free Poker Room, Keno, Baccarret, Pai Gow Poker, and so on.

Eldorado Resort Casino


( – $69 – $177

This neon-lit casino is a walking distance from the National Automobile Museum and a few minutes away from the National Bowling Stadium. The hotel was opened by Don Carano in 1973 with 282 guest rooms, a gaming floor, slots and table games. Amenities come in the form of a live entertainment room, nine dining options, 24/7 hour casino, an outdoor pool on the fifth floor, elegant garage parking, and a fitness center.

Meticulous attention has been paid to every detail to ensure your stay at the luxurious resort casino is exceptional. The casino floor provides nonstop entertainment for you to lose yourself, after which you can pamper yourself at the elegantly decorated suites and guest rooms. Alternatively, you can dine in one of the hotel’s 9 award winning restaurants, such as the contemporary Roxy with spectacular dining presented in a romantic, European-setting; or the stunning La Strada, which serves fine Italian cuisine.

Holiday Inn Express and Suites Reno Airport


( – $132 – $170

This is an exclusively non-smoking and non-gaming hotel located just a few minutes’ drive from the Renown Medical Center. It is three minutes away (driving distance) from the Reno-Tahoe International Airport and although it does not facilitate gaming, there is a series of casinos within a two-mile radius. The rooms are all equipped with whirlpool tubs, microwaves, mini-fridges, desks, and flat screen TVs. It is free for children that are 19 and below, as long as they are accompanied by an adult. Each room has free Wi-Fi and an option between soft and hard pillows. Suites incorporate pullout sofas. Further services include a fitness center, an indoor pool, a free breakfast bar, and a business center with guest laundry, meeting rooms, and free on-site parking. The meeting room can accommodate up to fifty guests.

There are a wide range of activities to keep you busy during your stay. For starters, the National Bowling Stadium is just three miles away from the hotel, as well as the Reno Events Center, Reno Sparks Convention Center, and Reno Aces Baseball Stadium. For the outdoor enthusiasts, you can ski in one of the several ski resorts around Lake Tahoe, which is just forty five minutes away. The historic Virginia City is also just forty minutes away.

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