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From gambling and festivals to fantastic outdoor activities and excellent food, Reno’s got it all. And although considered a smaller version of Las Vegas, due to its flashy casinos, nightclubs, and wedding chapels, Reno is a great spot to take the family, with loads of parks, museums, and open spaces. Nestled in the shadow of the Sierra Nevada Mountains, in close proximity to Lake Tahoe, “The Biggest Little City in the World” is also the gateway to North America’s highest concentration of ski resorts.

Hipmunk's Best Hotels in Reno

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University of Nevada, Reno
Peppermill Resort Spa Casino
Peppermill Resort Spa Casino
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4.1
5300 reviews
2707 S. Virginia Street, Reno
from $59
Plaza On The River
Plaza On The River
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4.6
26 reviews
121 West Street, Reno
from $109
Siena Hotel Spa Casino
Siena Hotel Spa Casino
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3.7
2315 reviews
1 S Lake St, Reno
from $35
Harrah's Casino Hotel Reno
Harrah's Casino Hotel Reno
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3.3
3549 reviews
219 N Center St, Reno
from $36
Sands Regency Casino Hotel
Sands Regency Casino Hotel
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2.6
4090 reviews
345 N Arlington Ave, Reno
from $27
Super 8 Reno/University Area
Super 8 Reno/University Area
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2.1
164 reviews
1651 N Virginia Street, Reno
from $44
Eldorado Resort Casino
Eldorado Resort Casino
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3.7
3025 reviews
345 N Virginia St, Reno
from $39
Grand Sierra Resort & Casino Featuring The Summit Tower
from $44
Hilton Reno Resort and Casino
Hilton Reno Resort and Casino
2500 East Second Street, Reno
from $0
Hilton Garden Inn Reno
Hilton Garden Inn Reno
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4.1
258 reviews
9920 Double R Blvd, Reno
from $84
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When to Get a Good Deal on Hotels in Reno

For fewer crowds, pleasant temperatures, and great deals on hotels, consider a visit to Reno during the shoulder seasons. April to May and October to November are probably the best times to visit the city if you are traveling on a budget, but still want to experience all the outdoor fun that Reno has to offer.

Summer and winter are both peak travel seasons, bringing an influx of tourists, sky rocket prices, and a broad spectrum of activities, from water sports along the Truckee River and the beaches of Lake Tahoe to skiing in the 18 surrounding resorts.

Whatever season you choose to visit Reno, try being here during the weekdays as weekends are more expensive and packed with tourists and gamblers trying their luck in Reno’s casinos.  

Finding a Hotel in the Right Location Can Save you Money

For a city of 231,027 people, Reno has a pretty impressive hotel scene. And while the downtown area is crammed with upscale casino hotels and resorts, you will find an abundance of affordable accommodation options in the surrounding neighborhoods.

South Reno offers a heady mix of luxury resorts, low-cost motels as well as famous, well-priced hotel chains such as Quality Inn or Motel 6. Staying in this part of town will provide easy access to the multitude of restaurants, casinos, and entertainment venues that line the bustling South Virginia Street. Reno-Sparks Convention Center, Washoe County Golf Course, and Virginia Lake Park are also nearby.

The area around Reno-Tahoe International Airport is home to a number of reasonably priced hotels that combine comfort and convenience with a variety of recreational amenities. Moreover, budget travelers will find lots of inexpensive lodging options in neighboring cities such as Sparks and Verdi.

Stay in Reno’s Luxury Hotels without Paying the Intimidating High Costs

Enjoying a luxurious getaway may not be too far out of your budget in a city where affordable luxury and world-class entertainment come together to bring you the ultimate Nevada experience. Four Diamond properties such as Atlantis Casino Resort and Peppermill Resort Spa Casino are excellent value for money when compared to other hotels of the same category in other parts of the world.

Booking off-peak allows travelers to Reno the chance to stay in the city’s luxury hotels and grand resorts at bargain prices. Furthermore, if you don’t have any preferred travel dates, you can lower accommodation costs by booking last minute. This will not only offer you the opportunity to stay in an upmarket Reno hotel for a fraction of the price it would normally cost, but also to get free room upgrades.

Last, but not least, it is often cheaper to book your flight and hotel together as a package, so make sure you check out all the available options.

Getting To and From Reno–Tahoe International Airport

Reno–Tahoe International Airport is conveniently located less than 4 miles southeast of downtown Reno along the I-80 and HWY-395 interchange, which makes it convenient to access all parts of the city.

You can easily reach your destination as the airport is served by taxis, limousines, eight car rental companies, and paid Shuttle Service provided by Airport Mini Bus and South Tahoe Express. RTC RIDE offers public bus service from the airport to downtown Reno.

From the swanky Grand Sierra Resort and Casino to the more affordable Comfort Inn & Suites Airport Convention Center, most hotels near Reno–Tahoe International Airport offer free airport shuttle.

The Hotels Near Reno's Main Attractions

If you’re visiting the city for gambling and fun, than Downtown Reno is the best place to stay. Brimming with bars, theaters, restaurants, and flashy casinos, the area around South Virginia Street offers accommodation options for all tastes and budgets, from the cheap and cheerful Quality Inn Near Reno-Sparks Convention Center to the high-end Peppermill Hotel Casino.

Visitors willing to head out into the great outdoors - another of Reno’s main draws – should book a room in the Riverwalk district, where the fabulous Wingfield Park offers everything from biking to whitewater rafting. Some reasonably priced hotels in the area include Plaza On The River, Sands Regency Casino & Hotel, and Harrah's Reno.

Resources on Planning your Reno Vacation

Developed by Reno-Sparks Convention and Visitors Authority (RSCVA), www.visitrenotahoe.com provides valuable insights into the city’s art, culture, dining, nightlife, shopping, and sightseeing.

Other resources include Reno.com, Best Bets, and the alternative weekly publication Reno News & Review.

 

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