Welcome to "The Biggest Little City in the World"! Whereas Reno often brings to mind a flashy gambling scene, and the casinos are definitely a major draw, there's a lot of beauty and cultural interest for vacationers on a city break in this Nevada diamond. California Avenue is a quiet stretch to enjoy a drink or a tasty Tex-Mex meal in peace, as well as browse the local boutiques. Idlewild Park is an excellent place to enjoy the sun with a stroll around the Rose Garden, or sit and contemplate life by the riverwalk on Truckee River. Then again, if you're seeking a night of boozing and betting, Reno won't disappoint. A weekend trip can encompass a stay at one of the kitsch hotels and hitting the slots, or practicing that poker face. If you're not into casinos but want to check out the nightlife, there are plenty of bars along S Virginia Street towards the river. Enjoy a cocktail among the neon lights as you plan your next Reno weekend break.
This Sparks casino hotel is located in the Sierra Nevada Mountains. This resort features free airport shuttle services, a casino, a nightclub and 8 restaurants and bars.
Free WiFi is provided in each guest room at Nugget Casino Resort. Rooms include a cable TV with in-room movies. The spacious private bathrooms are equipped with hairdryers. Room service is also available.
The casino at Nugget Casino Resort offers 24-hour gaming, including blackjack, roulette, craps, specialty table games and a Poker Room, as well as Keno, a new Bingo Hall, a full-service Sports Book, slots and video poker.
Nugget Casino Resort offers guests an indoor pool, a hot tub, 8 individual bubble pools and a gym. The Skywalk Arcade, located in the hotel, provides a variety of games and a large gift shop is located on site.
Reno-Tahoe International Airport is 10 minutes’ drive from Nugget Casino Resort.