Located in Reno, Grand Sierra Resort and Casino provides art deco 4-star accommodation, as well as a sauna, an outdoor pool and a Jacuzzi. It offers a fitness centre, as well as fishing and miniature golf.
Each stylish room at the resort provides heating and all the essentials for a comfortable stay. They are also fitted with ironing facilities, a hair dryer and a radio.
In-house dining options include Charlie Palmer Steak and Briscola, which both serve dinner. After discovering the local area, guests can return for drinks at the bar, then enjoy a meal at Rim or Cantina.
Ideally situated, the resort is a brief car ride from Reno Tahoe International Airport and University of Nevada. Riverside Hotel is a short drive away.
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Cons:We were given a room that smelled STRONGLY of cigarette smoke and a non-working air conditioner. Staff were able to repair the AC after a few hours, however we were told no other suites were available and we’d have to stay in the smoke-filled room. Two of us had strong allergic reactions to it and we were only offered a refund on the $12/night resort fee for compensation.
Cons:I checked in online. It took longer to get my key than it would have if I just checked in at the counter. There was no help to direct us to our room. You can hear everything through the walls. In room coffee machine didn’t work.
Cons:The check in staff could be better aware of there customers. I waited forever to check in because there were talking and laughing which is fine. But i found it rude when they ignored me and then rushed me in. They seemed very annoyed that they have to work. It is work so atleast act like its a job you enjoy
Cons:The place stinks of cigarette smoke and is very poorly signposted. I ended up walking way out of my way to find a restaurant that I could actually eat at at 9:30pm. Walking through the stink of smoke to get anywhere is extremely unpleasant. I won't return.
|Check in anytime after 15:00, check out anytime before 11:00|
|Cancellation/pre-payment policies vary by room type and provider.|
Yes, reservations at Grand Sierra Resort and Casino can be cancelled free of charge with some of our providers. Make sure to read the provider's cancellation policy.
Yes, guests staying at Grand Sierra Resort and Casino can enjoy a free breakfast.
Yes, Grand Sierra Resort and Casino has a restaurant on-site.
Check-in time is 15:00 and check-out time is 11:00 at Grand Sierra Resort and Casino.
Yes, Grand Sierra Resort and Casino offers free parking.
Yes, Grand Sierra Resort and Casino offers free Wi-Fi.
Grand Sierra Resort and Casino is located in the neighbourhood of East, 1.8 miles from the centre of Reno. Fun Quest is the closest landmark to Grand Sierra Resort and Casino.
Yes, Grand Sierra Resort and Casino has a pool on-site.
No, pets are not allowed at Grand Sierra Resort and Casino.
Grand Sierra Resort and Casino is 1.3 miles from Reno.
Yes, Grand Sierra Resort and Casino offers free airport shuttle service.
There are loads of exciting activities for the entire family at this hotel, with Grand Adventure Land being the perfect place to get into the spirit of good, old-fashioned fun. Race go-karts on several different tracks, play miniature golf, or dare to take a spin on a thrilling high-velocity ride. Other options include the seasonal ice rink (free access, skate rental available) and the Grand Sierra Cinema, which screens a range of daily movies for just $4 a ticket.
Yes, several birthday party packages are available for children or the young at heart. These can be tailored to include various in-resort activities, time in the party room, soft drinks, food and party helpers.
Yes, the Grand Sierra Resort and Casino takes cabana and daybed reservations for both the Serenity Level and the Infinity Level (21+ only). Fire pits are also available to relax around in the evenings.
It’s true that you don’t need to leave the hotel to fulfil all your wishes – and this includes a shopping spree. On-site retail options range from sportswear to accessories and upscale fashion items, kids’ toys and games, specialty coins, and candy. You can also rest assured that any forgotten travel essentials can be replaced at 24h convenience store Impulse.
Guests staying in Executive or Luxury category rooms have access to the exclusive Concierge Lounge, a VIP area offering computer stations, TV, non-alcoholic drinks and a complimentary Continental breakfast. Only guests aged 18 and over may access this space.
As the journey from Reno Airport to the Grand Sierra Resort and Casino only takes around 10m, you can rest assured that a taxi won’t be too expensive. Metered, pre-arranged and rideshare cab services are all available, with rates starting from around $10 for the trip.
If your budget doesn’t quite stretch to a suite but you’re still looking for a treat when staying at the Grand Sierra Resort and Casino, why not consider booking one of the Concierge Deluxe King Rooms or A Deluxe Rooms? The former features a separate lounge area plus access to the exclusive Concierge Lounge, while the A Deluxe Rooms come with features such as a spa-inspired bathroom area and mobile docking station.
Breakfast is not usually included when you book a room at the hotel, unless you have opted for a concierge-level accommodation. Guests can choose from a variety of breakfast options, including full buffets and Continental spreads, or a quick caffeine fix from Starbucks. (Prices checked 05/06/19).