Grand Sierra Resort and Casino is in the heart of the Reno-Tahoe area. Featuring nearly 2,000 hotel rooms with standard, suite and luxury rooms many featuring views of downtown Reno, great pool views, and spectacular mountain view.
Colorful rooms come with flat-screen TV. Upscale suites with contemporary decor and separate living rooms; some feature wet bars and marble bathrooms.
1 King bed or 2 Queens depends on availablity
448 square feet of space
City, pool, lake or Sierra view available
Comfortable sitting chair
GSR bottled water, refreshed daily
Coffee and coffee maker
Iron and Ironing Board
Flat Screen TV with premium HD channels and pay-per-view movies
Writing desk and chair
Updated bathroom with shower-tub combo
This lakeside casino resort sits 2 miles from Reno-Tahoe International Airport and 5.2 miles from Tahoe National Forest.
Dining options range from a steakhouse to an all-day diner; there are 7 bars, a nightclub and a live entertainment venue. Other amenities include a pool with cabanas (fee), a bowling alley, a spa and a driving range. A theme park offers go-kart racing and simulated sky diving.Other amenities include a pool with cabanas (fee), a bowling alley, a spa and a driving range. A theme park offers go-kart racing and simulated sky diving.
Some are free and some are charge a fee. Pls check with hotel/resort.
I will be able to help if you need during your stay.
The hotel will charge the credit card for a refundable security deposit. This charge is for room service, pay per view, or any service that is not cover by the room rate. However, this charge will be credit or refund if the guest has no other service. THIS IS A SECURITY DEPOSIT ONLY.
Reno is home to a variety of recreation activities including both seasonal and year-round. In the summer, Reno locals can be found near three major bodies of water: Lake Tahoe, the Truckee River, and Pyramid Lake. The Truckee River originates at Lake Tahoe and flows west to east through the center of downtown Reno before terminating at Pyramid Lake to the north. The river is a major part of Artown, held in the summer at Wingfield Park. Washoe Lake is a popular kite and windsurfing location because of its high wind speeds during the summer.
Skiing and snowboarding are among the most popular winter sports and draw in many tourists. There are 18 ski resorts (8 major resorts) located as close as 11 miles (18 km) and as far as 98 miles (158 km) from the Reno–Tahoe International Airport, including Northstar California, Sierra-at-Tahoe, Alpine Meadows, Squaw Valley, Sugar Bowl, Diamond Peak, Heavenly Mountain, and Mount Rose. Other popular Reno winter activities include snowshoeing, ice skating, and snowmobiling. There are many bike paths to ride in the summer time. International bike competitions are held in Lake Tahoe over the summer time.
Guest will be responsible to pay for all normal hotel charged fee when check out such as resort fee and daily use fee total around $68 per day. Guest also pay tourism tax and sales tax. These fees and taxes are NOT included in Home Away rate.
The resort sits 2 miles from Reno-Tahoe International Airport and 5.2 miles from Tahoe National Forest. Within half an hour to ski resort and lake Tahoe.
Taxi & shuttle bus available upon request the hotel concierge
A 6-lane freeway passing under a series of underpasses
I-80 in Downtown Reno
Reno was historically served by the Victory Highway and a branch of the Lincoln Highway. After the formation of the U.S. Numbered Highways system, U.S. Route 40 was routed along 4th Street through downtown Reno, before being replaced by Interstate 80. The primary north-south highway through Reno is U.S. Route 395/Interstate 580.
The Regional Transportation Commission of Washoe County (RTC) has a bus system that provides intracity buses, intercity buses to Carson City, and an on-demand shuttle service for disabled persons. The bus system has its main terminal on 4th Street in downtown Reno and secondary terminals in Sparks and at Meadowood Mall in south Reno.
Numerous shuttle and excursion services are offered connecting the Reno–Tahoe International Airport to various destinations:
South Tahoe Express provides connecting shuttle service to South Lake Tahoe resorts.
Eastern Sierra Transit Authority provides shuttles to destinations south along the US-395 corridor in California, such as Mammoth Mountain and Lancaster
Modoc Sage Stage provides shuttles to Alturas and Susanville, California, along the northern US-395 corridor.
Greyhound and Silver State Trailways stop at a downtown terminal. Megabus stops at the Silver Legacy Reno.
Reno was historically a stopover along the First Transcontinental Railroad; the modern Overland Route continues to run through Reno. Reno was historically the southern terminus of the Nevada–California–Oregon Railway (NCO) and the northern terminus of the Virginia and Truckee Railroad. Using the NCO depot and right of way, the Western Pacific Railroad historically provided rail service to Reno. In the early 20th century, Reno also had a modest streetcar system. Downtown Reno has two historic train depots, the inactive Nevada-California-Oregon Railroad Depot and the still active Amtrak depot, originally built by the Southern Pacific Railroad.
Amtrak provides daily passenger service to Reno via the California Zephyr and multiple Amtrak Thruway Motorcoaches connecting to trains departing from Sacramento.
The city is served by Reno–Tahoe International Airport, with general aviation traffic handled by Reno Stead Airport. Reno–Tahoe International Airport is the second busiest commercial airport in the state of Nevada after McCarran International Airport in Las Vegas. Reno was the hub and headquarters of the defunct airline Reno Air.Get the full listing »