Harrah's Reno

Nevada, USA

The hotel

Part of Reno’s famed leisure scene, Harrah’s Reno is more than a hotel – it’s a mega-casino, an entertainment destination, and a landmark in the city. Star of the show is, of course, the 60,000 sq ft casino, packed with table games, more than 700 slots, and keno. But high-rollers (and fruit machine fans) have more distractions in store. As well as essentials like WiFi, free parking, and a top downtown location (the nearby Reno Amtrak Station gives easy city access), you get extras like a luxury spa and fitness facilities, headline entertainment from concerts to cabaret, and 7 dining options, including laid-back joints like Starbucks, fine dining venues like Harrah’s Steak House, and the one-of-a-kind Hash House A Go Go, whose huge portions of comfort food appeared on TV’s Man v Food.

Amenities

  • Bar
  • Spa
  • Night Club
  • Valet parking
  • Safety Deposit Box
  • Fitness Centre/Gym
  • Laundry Service
  • Internet Access
  • Restaurant
  • Casino

Where is it

In downtown Reno, the hotel is near Reno Amtrak Station, connecting you to the rest of the city and beyond. There are more of the city’s big casino hotels in striking distance, giving you extra dining and entertainment opportunities.

Hotel information

928 rooms and suites. All with 32” TV with pay-per-view movies, WiFi available*, alarm clock, telephone, coffee maker, hairdryer, iron and board. Value Rooms have mountain views, a shower (bathtub may be available on request) and 1 king-size or 2 double beds, sleeping maximum 3 adults.

West Classic 1 King Rooms have mountain views and 1 king-size bed, sleeping maximum 2 adults.

West Classic Two Doubles Rooms have mountain views and 2 double beds, sleeping maximum 3 adults.

West Luxury 1 King Rooms have Reno or Truckee River views and 1 king-size bed, sleeping maximum 2 adults.

West Deluxe 2 Doubles Rooms have city or baseball park views, a fridge and 3 double beds, sleeping maximum 2 adults.

Harrah’s Steak House (fine dining, dinner). Carvings Buffet (all-you-can-eat buffet, 7 serving stations, brunch and dinner). Ichiban (Japanese, including sushi and teppanyaki, dinner). Joy Luck Noodle Bar (Asian, 24-hour with late-night menu including burgers, sandwiches and breakfasts). Hash House A Go Go (farm fare with huge portions, breakfast, lunch and dinner). Starbucks. Sapphire Lounge (cocktails, live jazz Fri and Sat). 24-hour casino (60,000 square foot, with table games, race and sports book, keno, more than 700 slots, bowling lane). The Spa at Harrah’s Reno* (spa and fitness centre). The Salon at Harrah’s Reno*. The Stage @ The Zone (sports events, live music). Sammy’s Showroom (with entertainment including concerts and feature shows, and Beer Pong tournaments on Fri and Sat). WiFi available*. Self-parking available*.

This hotel has a resort fee of $18 and a $3 city of Reno surcharge, plus tax per room, per day (payable locally, subject to change)

Resort fee includes: - Basic WiFi for two devices per room per day - Unlimited local calls - Access to the fitness center for two guests per day. Resort fee, tax and inclusions are subject to change - please see hotel check-in for current inclusions available to you upon arrival.

*Denotes local charge

Rating summary

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Traveller rating

  • Excellent (1716)
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Image of the Tripadvisor rating Smelly and Outdated

Dec 6, 2019 Tour11951138960

The place reeked of smoke as soon as you enter the building. Servers did not come around for drinks or they took a long time. The slots are really tight and not much of a selection. Small casino. Outdated.
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Dec 6, 2019 devine345 San Francisco, California

Hotel was dirty, casino badly needs updating. We had to switch rooms twice and ultimately ended up checking out early. The one bright spot was a very helpful woman at the front desk who was very understanding and recommended we call corporate. We did try to contact corporate but ended up getting the run around. In all honesty I expected more… Read more
Hotel was dirty, casino badly needs updating. We had to switch rooms twice and ultimately ended up checking out early. The one bright spot was a very helpful woman at the front desk who was very understanding and recommended we call corporate. We did try to contact corporate but ended up getting the run around. In all honesty I expected more from Caesar’s entertainment. I wish we would have just stayed home. Read less
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Maybe it was just a bad room

Dec 6, 2019 Thomas P Huntington Beach, United States

My room was in a tower across the street for the casino and seemed to be having a security problem. The resort is located in a downtown area of Reno. It is an inconvenience to need to walk outside and down the street to get to casino, restaurant or Starbucks. Also, the fitness center, valet parking and self parking are all across the street.
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Terrible room!

Dec 6, 2019 jimmP6658QQ

I traveled to Reno for knee surgery. I stayed here because it was conveniently located and easy to get to my Dr's Office. The carpet was in terrible shape and was loose enough to where the carpet bunched up with huge wrinkles. I nearly tripped on these wrinkles several times. The room was dirty and smell offputting. The bed was totally worn… Read more
I traveled to Reno for knee surgery. I stayed here because it was conveniently located and easy to get to my Dr's Office. The carpet was in terrible shape and was loose enough to where the carpet bunched up with huge wrinkles. I nearly tripped on these wrinkles several times. The room was dirty and smell offputting. The bed was totally worn out and sagged on both sides. Laying in the bed it felt as if you were going to fall out of bed. All of the pillows were paper thin and basically useless. The nightstands looked as if they had been used as a mechanics work bench. The drawers didn't even open all the way. Had you wanted to use the drawers you would not have been able to. The bed was so uncomfortable that I was not able to sleep more than an hour or so. I will not be staying at Harrah's again. One good note is that the staff is amazingly friendly, from the front desk staff to the security guards. The staff is the only redeeming quality I could note for this stay. Read less
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Dec 5, 2019 eknae11ed

Enjoyed the steakhouse at harrahs and accommodations were excellent. had an excellent room. service was exemplary and allowed for me to enjoy the visit to my alma mater and see old friends for their birthday.