Hotels and Resorts in Reno, Nevada

Reno is perfect for the traveler who likes the glitz and glamour of Las Vegas, but prefers a more comfortable, laid-back atmosphere. Bright lights, small city.

The casinos in Reno offer every exciting gaming option one would expect from a top resort area, but with a lot less foot traffic. And when you want to stretch your legs and delight your appetites, the revitalized downtown is always buzzing with great restaurants, buffets, shows and citywide events. Almost everything in Reno is within walking distance.

Reno’s setting is ideal, lying at the foot of the snowcapped Sierra Nevada Mountains and on the shores of the Truckee River. When strolling the picturesque Riverwalk, catch a glimpse of Canadian geese and hawks. If you’re feeling vigorous, nearby hiking, fishing, skiing and boating are all waiting to offer you a challenge.

The “Biggest Little City in the World” just might be the most fun little city in the world. Car enthusiasts love the National Automobile Museum, one of the largest collections of antique automobiles to be found anywhere. The annual Great Reno Balloon Race is a colorful celebration of the joy of flight. And once you sample Reno’s chili and rib cook-offs, you’ll acquire a taste for this city – spicy and satisfying!

 
Hotels and Resorts in Reno
  The Concierge Tower at Atlantis Casino Resort Spa Reno
  The Tuscany Tower at the Peppermill Hotel & Casino
  Atlantis Casino Resort Spa
  Peppermill Resort Spa Casino
  Harrah's Reno Casino/Hotel
  Silver Legacy Resort Casino
  Circus Circus-Reno

RenoFun Fact: In 1871, a Reno tailor named Jacob Davis came up with the idea of reinforcing his canvas pants with copper rivets when the local miners and railroad workers required stronger clothing. Soon, he and his canvas supplier Levi Strauss patented this technique to create what would become Levi's jeans.