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|"The Japanese restaurant Ichiban was wonderful"||(in 4 reviews)|
|"Very nice and clean room."||(in 161 reviews)|
|"The room and the view stunning!"||(in 43 reviews)|
|"rooms were dirty they smelled"||(in 16 reviews)|
|"The room was not clean."||(in 179 reviews)|
|"Tues maid service horrible"||(in 30 reviews)|
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Location was ok.
It took 1 1/2 hours to check in. After the long check in, we went to the rooms reserved( two doubles) to find we were given 2 king rooms. Back to the check in desk. Another wait in line. Difficulty getting info for wifi. Front desk was terrible.
That when we got there at 11 pm they still had are room avalable very clean and friendly
Location and price
Room was not clean. Stains on wall. Floor dirty. I believe bed was clean I hope!
It had somewhat of a central location and it also had free parking and complementary valet.
The line to check in was moving slow, only one person was checking in regular guests. Then I finally get a room and then we go up to it and there were strong bleach fumes so I had to ask for a room change.
The location is great. The hotel is too outdated.
Parts of this property are very stinky.
The bright lights of Las Vegas and the feel of small-town living can be found with a stay at Reno Hotels’ Harrah’s Casino Hotel in Reno. With the accommodations expected of a Harrah’s property, guests can enjoy a comfortable getaway in the heart of Reno surrounded by fine dining, ample slots, and extravagant entertainment.
Guests have more than ten different room types to choose from at Harrah’s in Reno, each one offering basic amenities like a flatscreen TV with Pay-Per-View and complimentary WiFi. Higher-end models like the spacious Royal Suite feature an additional sitting area, spa tub, walk-in shower, and spacious bathroom. East and West Tower rooms provide different views of the sparkling lights of Reno while Executive Mini Suites are an upgraded space compared to standard guest rooms.
Guests won’t go hungry as Harrah’s delivers an assortment of eateries all boasting menus of flavorful cuisine. Harrah’s Steak House, the first in Northern Nevada to join the Fine Dining Hall of Fame, is a classy restaurant with succulent steaks and fresh seafood. Casual dining can be found at Carvings Buffet, Ichiban, and the scratch-made menu of Hash House A Go Go. Quiznos and Joy Luck Noodle Bar offer a meal on-the-go to busy travelers.
Just outside the doors of this Harrah’s property, visitors have access to the Biggest Little City in the World, but it’s inside where the chain’s staple entertainment unfolds. Frequent events, shows, and concerts are held at The Outdoor Plaza, Sammy’s Showroom, and The Stage @ The Zone. Guests can also submerge themselves in the cool waters of The Pool or in the sea of more than 700 slots and table games on the casino floor.
Harrah’s Casino Hotel in Reno delivers the charm of Vegas with nearby access to the quaint Northern Nevada city, outlying golf courses, and ski resorts for a change of scenery.
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Most popular landmarks
- Reno Amtrak Station 92 m
- National Bowling Stadium 188 m
- Reno Riverwalk District 297 m
- National Automobile Museum 355 m
- Pioneer Center for the Performing Arts 386 m
- Washoe County Library 0.6 km
|Sparks RTC Centennial Plaza||4.4 km|