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Where to stay in Reno?
Best cheap hotels in Reno
Reno airports & Subway stations
To stay near Reno train station, look into Travelodge Reno, which puts you within a short walk of it.
Convenience of staying in hotels downtown
If you're traveling to Reno for pleasure and want to stay in the center, book a hotel next to Casino at Siena Hotel Spa, such as Harrah'S Reno. Travelers visiting the city for Nevada Fine Arts will find hotels within walking distance from it, including Legacy Vacation Club Reno and Motel 6 Reno - Virginia Plumb.
Luxury and boutique accommodation in Reno
Luxury seekers might opt for a stay at Atlantis Casino Resort Spa, a 4-star hotel with a casino, a health club and an outdoor heated swimming pool. For travelers who enjoy glamor and style, a hotel such as Silver Legacy Resort Casino near Eldorado Hotel and Casino is a perfect choice. The 3-star Circus Circus Reno is an excellent chain hotel featuring a casino, a golf course and hiking.
Explore and find your best apartments, B&Bs and others
Lakeside Luxury Lounging is a cozy apartment only 15 minutes' walk from Nevada Fine Arts. Modern Reno Apt. - 8 Mi To Mt. Rose Ski Tahoe, situated near Bowers Mansion Regional Park, is a cozy bed-and-breakfast hotel offering snow skiing, horse riding and fisheries. Families traveling to Reno with children might consider staying at a hotel like Whitney Peak Hotel, boasting free self-parking, a sauna and a patio. For a relaxing vacation, reserve a resort hotel near Nevada State Fairgrounds, such as Ramada Reno Hotel And Casino or Hyatt Place Reno Tahoe Airport.
City Guide: Discover the best of Reno
Reno is a prototype of Las Vegas.
It’s no less vibrant with the noise from the slot machines, games of poker played in the casino and pulsating nightlife, but Reno is smaller than Las Vegas. This peculiarity earned the city the reputation of the "biggest little city in the world".
You can immerse yourself in an atmosphere of total fun in Reno at a very affordable price at Booked.net. Be it a room in cheap hotel in Reno to luxury offers all available at our website. You can check them out with maps, photos and secure forms.
While all casinos can be found downtown, parties in Reno are held everywhere. For instance, one of the most famous, the Burning Man Festival takes place at the Black Rock City, in Reno’s neighborhood. Despite its size, Reno specializes in mass entertainment.
If you feel that Reno is too small for you, you should change scenery to neighboring Lake Tahoe with its world-class ski opportunities and Truckee River Whitewater Park. But you are going to come back to Reno for its cultural vibe.
- Nevada Museum of Art, designed by Will Bruder in 2003 and now houses national and international exhibits
- Wingfield Park features an amphitheater with regular performances and a kayak park open year round
- California Avenue, a location for small shops and restaurants
- Victorian Square, the center of downtown Sparks with casinos, restaurants
- Idlewild Park, a place to stroll from downtown along Riverside Drive
The town of Reno was established as a past of Charles Fuller’s business. He constructed a bridge across the Truckee River to Virginia City where gold was found. The businessmen charged a fee to cross the bridge, but provided gold-seekers with a house to rest their head. In addition, when the railroad arrived in Nevada, Reno was officially established. Reno grew rapidly thanks to its riverside location that played a vital role to farmland east of Reno.
With the times Reno abandoned agriculture to sustain itself through gambling. As a result it earned the reputation of "Sin City" for the illegal gambling, and easy divorces. The first high-rise to combine hotel and casino arrived to the city under the name of Mapes Hotel in 1947. Since then hotel business and service-based economy has contributed to the lion’s share to the city’s budget. Today you can stay in any hotel in Reno with Booked.net.