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BEST WESTERN PLUS Airport Plaza Hotel Star Rating 3        
1981 Terminal Way

A 0.5-mile drive from Reno-Tahoe International Airport, this upscale airport hotel is 3 miles from the casinos of downtown Reno.The modern rooms and suites have free WiFi, flat-screen TVs, and desks, as well as minifridges and coffeemakers.
Legacy Vacation Club - Reno Star Rating 2        
140 Court Street

A block from the Truckee River, this casual, colorful hotel is an 11-minute walk from the Eldorado Reno casino and 2 miles from the University of Nevada.Relaxed suites feature free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and kitchens. Upgraded suites add pull-out sofas, while some have separate living rooms and additional bathrooms.
Circus Circus Hotel and Casino-Reno Star Rating 3        
500 N Sierra St

A 3-minute walk from the Reno Events Center, this circus-themed casino hotel is connected by skywalk to Eldorado Resort Casino and Silver Legacy Resort Casino Reno.The colorful rooms feature flat-screen TVs. A resort fee covers in-room coffee and Wi-Fi access for 2 devices per room.
Courtyard by Marriott Reno Star Rating 3        
6855 South Virginia Street

This modern hotel is a 14-minute walk from shopping at Meadowood Mall and a 2.2-mile drive from the Reno-Sparks Convention Center.Contemporary rooms offer free WiFi and flat-screen TVs with premium cable channels, plus desks and coffeemakers.
Eldorado Hotel Casino Star Rating 4        
345 North Virginia Street

Around the corner from the National Bowling Stadium and the Reno Events Center, this modern, neon-lit casino hotel is located 0.4 miles from the National Automobile Museum.Polished rooms are equipped with flat-screen TVs, coffeemakers and Wi-Fi (fee).
Extended Stay America Hotel Reno Star Rating 2        
9795 Gateway Drive

Off I-580 in south Reno, this modest all-suite hotel is 4 miles from the Reno-Sparks Convention Center and 9 miles from the casinos of Downtown.Traditional studio suites feature flat-screen TVs and free Wi-Fi, plus kitchenettes and desks. The 1-bedroom suites add separate living areas with pull-out sofas.
Harrah's Reno Star Rating 4        
219 North Center Street

This buzzy high-rise casino hotel sits in downtown Reno, and is a 5-minute walk from the National Automobile Museum and 4 miles from Reno-Tahoe International Airport.Casual rooms and suites offer mountain or city views, and feature flat-screen TVs and minifridges. Suites add separate living rooms and whirlpool tubs; some have pull-out sofas and separate walk-in showers.
Grand Sierra Resort and Casino Star Rating 4        
2500 East Second Street

This happening lakeside casino resort sits 2 miles from Reno-Tahoe International Airport and 5.2 miles from Tahoe National Forest.The colorful rooms have flat-screen TVs and Wi-Fi.
Ramada Reno Hotel and Casino Star Rating 3        
1000 E 6Th St

This straightforward casino hotel is 3 blocks from I-80, 1.1 miles from the National Automobile Museum and 3.4 miles from Reno-Tahoe International Airport.
La Quinta Inn Reno Star Rating 3        
4001 Market

A 17-minute drive from Reno-Tahoe International Airport, this modern lodging off Interstate 580 is also a 2.3-mile drive from the National Automobile Museum.Coffeemakers are offered in each straightforward room, as well as free high-speed Internet and flat-screen TVs with HD channels.
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Reno is a city in the northwest of Nevada, US and also called 'the biggest little city in the world.' It lies near Lake Tahoe and is desert land by the Sierra Nevada and in the south of Washoe County. It is part of the Reno-Sparks metropolitan area, the second largest in the state of Nevada. Before Las Vegas took its crown, Reno was the gambling capital of the US and it is still most famous for being the birthplace of Caesars Entertainment Corporation and home to many casinos. Despite some of its classic and smaller casinos being closed down and demolished (such as Mapes Hotel and Palace Club), it still serves San Francisco Bay and Sacramento in terms of gambling tourism (while Las Vegas takes care of South California). Some larger hotel complexes and casinos have popped up in Reno in recent years, including Grand Sierra Resort and Peppermill, which are well worth a visit to try your luck! Events fill up the calendar in Reno to attract tourism. They include:

Hot August Nights, a 50's convention celebrating class cars and attracting car enthusiasts

Bowling tournaments at the national Bowling Stadium

Street Vibrations, a rally event for fans of the motorcycle

The Reno Air Race, a 7 days national championship at Reno Stead Airport with various races and demonstrations, including acrobatics

reno nevadaArtown festival, where the Parks, Recreation and Community Services Department hold over 400 events every July Reno reaches out to visitors all year round. There are accommodation options, restaurants and nightlife to suit a range of age groups and interests. Above all else, it is obvious that Reno has made lots of efforts to improve its visitor experience in the past couple of decades. Despite the decline as casino capital, it still offers an experience similar to Las Vegas. There are a number of museums for various interests. reno nevadaThe National Automobile Museum south of Truckee River is home to 19th and 20th century cars including those owned by celebrities such as Elvis Presley and Frank Sinatra and the cars featured in the films Titanic and driven by James Dean in Rebel Without a Cause. The Nevada Museum of Art shows exhibits of art associated with protection of the land and is the only American Alliance of Museums accredited art museum in Nevada.

The outdoors is celebrated in Reno, thanks to its location as a seasonal recreational attraction. Many people choose to camp during their stay there and fishing and hiking are popular activities. There is plenty to do all year round. Lake Tahoe, Truckee River, Wahoe Lake and Pyramid Lake are utilised by those who enjoy watersports or want a paddle in the summer. In the winter, the area draws in enthusiasts of skiing and snowboarding, with 18 ski resorts ranging from 10 to nearly 100 miles away, including Northstar California and Sugar Bowl. In terms of travel for tourists, Reno/Tahoe International Airport is within easy reach.