Grand Sierra Resort and Casino
Room Reservations: (800) 501-2651
RV Reservations: (888) 562-5698
Rooms: 1,847 Price Range: $79-$255
Suites: 154 Price Range: $149-$899
Restaurants: 10 (1 open 24 hours)
Buffets: B- $14.99/$17.99 (Saturday)/$23.99 (Sunday)
L- $16.99/$17.99 (Saturday)/$23.99 (Sunday)
D- $20.99/$31.99 (Friday/Saturday)/$22.99 (Sunday)
Casino Size: 63,585 Square Feet
Games Offered: Slots, Video Poker, Blackjack, Craps, Roulette, Sports Book, Race Book, Pai Gow, Pai Gow Poker, Let It Ride, Three Card Poker, Keno, Poker, Bingo
Senior Discount: Various if 55 or older
Special Features: Two movie theaters. 50-lane bowling center. 174-space RV park ($40-$52 summer/$25-$35 winter). 50-lane bowling center. Health club. Shopping mall. Family amusement center. Laketop golf driving range. Indoor simulated golf. Five-screen movie theater.
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This is a nice hotel that often offers great deals for a weekend stay. If you are traveling with non-gamblers, this may be a good place to stay because you can get from the lobby to the room without passing through the casino. It's a good place to stay with kids and there is a miniature golf course on the property. There is a resort fee that gets waived with some promotions. Rooms are nice and as good as any 4 star hotel. Restaurants are a bit on the expensive side, $10-20 per person in the coffee shop, no great specials that I have noticed. Specifically, no graveyard specials. Sports book is big and a good place to watch football, but a bit dark so watching the bright screens there can tire your eyes after several hours. I didn't do a lot of gambling (and played no slots) but had to submit a rating, so please disregard those ratings.
We just visited the Grand Sierra Resort and Casino and were shocked at first by the construction going on. They had half of the casino floor sectioned off for remodeling and painting. The entrance was already painted white and the horse statues were replaced with couches. They still send us free room offers so we will probably be back later this year. Just hope the painting is finished by then. The only reason we stopped by this time was because I had a free %25 e-cash offer on my account. Another thing we noticed was that the players club was closed and merged with the cashier's office.
The Grand Sierra Resort is becoming one of our favorite Reno casinos. The rooms are very nice and the player's club dining coupon makes the buffet very inexpensive. This year we have been getting free room offers in the mail which have also included
When it was the Reno Hilton, this was my Reno "home". Since it became the Grand Sierra, it seems to be a property searching for an identity. Do they want to emphasize the casino, or try to become a "family fun" resort? Neither works well now.
"Classy" must mean "dark". remodeled rooms are modern decor, heavy on dark browns and blacks. Food options have been changed. Carpeting on the casino floor is also dark and has changed the "feel" from bright and spacious to rather dreary. The modestly-priced "coffee shop" replacing Lindy's is second rate, both in menu and food quality. Worst of all, they have downgraded the video poker paytables throughout the huge casino.