Hipmunk Hotels: The Best Boutique Stays in Reno

Situated in Nevada, Reno is often called ‘The Biggest Little City in the World,” thanks to its high number of casinos and other awesome things to do. Visitors to this low-key tourist destination can spend the day exploring the famous National Automobile Museum, which features over 220 classic cars. In the evening, visitors can head to one of the many casinos or sample some of the nightlife. So, whether you’re thinking of visiting Reno at some point, or if you’re just curious about what it has to offer, then here are the five very best Reno boutique hotels found there.

Best Reno Boutique Hotels

Circus Circus Hotel & Casino

This super affordable hotel has so much to offer its guests. Each spacious room features cable television, complimentary WiFi, and an in-room coffee maker. Suites come with a separate living area, a wet bar, and a spa tub with jets. With an impressive six dining options to choose from, it’s safe to say that this hotel is a must for foodies. The Circus Circus Hotel also has a 24/7 fitness center, an on-site casino with free live performances, and a neighboring health spa.

Best Reno Boutique Hotels: Circus Circus Hotel
Circus Circus Hotel by David Stanley on Flickr / CC BY 2.0

Plaza On The River

A little more expensive than the previous hotel, the Plaza On The River has all the added luxurious touches a guest could ask for. Each room has a beautiful view of the city and the Truckee River, as well as free WiFi, cable television, and free local calls. A regal room features a full kitchen and a whirlpool tub. Amenities include a rooftop spa tub, indoor heated pool, a game room, and a fitness center. Plus, guests can enjoy a complimentary breakfast served in the lobby each morning.

Reno Arch
Reno Arch, Reno, Nevada by Ken Lund on Flickr / CC BY-SA 2.0

Siena Hotel

If rest and relaxation are exactly what you’re looking for, then you’ll love the Siena Hotel. Guests can enjoy a day in the outdoor pool and drink cocktails at the poolside bar, before taking advantage of the full-service spa. Dine at one of the three on-site restaurants; The Whitewater on the River is Reno’s only riverfront restaurant. Each room at the Siena Hotel includes premium bedding, high-speed Internet access, a safe, and luxurious complimentary toiletries.

Siena Hotel
Siena Hotel by jbarreiros on Flickr / CC BY-SA 2.0

Harrah’s Casino Hotel

Perfect for those on a budget, Harrah’s Casino Hotel offers a classic suite with two double beds, or a skyline suite, which features a king-sized bed and extra living space. On the other hand, the spa suite features a large tub and walk-in shower. The hotel also includes an outdoor swimming pool, a full-service spa, and the Sapphire Lounge, which has plenty of drinks options and live music.

Harrah's Resort Reno
Harrah’s Resort Reno, Nevada by Prayitno on Flickr / CC BY 2.0

Peppermill Resort Spa & Casino

This super extravagant hotel has so much to offer. Guests can splash around in one of the two spacious pools, take advantage of the 24-hour casino, and work out in the state-of-the-art fitness center, before enjoying a treatment at the spa. This hotel also includes a whopping ten on-site restaurants. Rooms feature premium bedding, a 42″ television, complimentary WiFi, and the option of room service and an in-room massage.

Peppermill Reno
Fireside Lounge at Peppermill Reno by Travel Nevada on Flickr / CC BY 2.0

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About Lauren Davidson

Since 2013, Lauren has been writing for various travel and lifestyle websites. Her first piece of writing was a travel guide on the Algarve region of Portugal, where she lived for over a year. Currently residing in Sheffield, England, she is studying Journalism and has a blog at www.natteringblonde.com. You can follow her on Twitter at @Lozikinz.

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