Hotel at a Glance: Eldorado Resort Casino
Reno’s Eldorado Resort Casino can hold its own with some of Las Vegas’s largest gaming resorts. An 81,000-square-foot casino—voted the “Luckiest Place to Gamble” by the Reno Gazette-Journal—offers high-stakes poker games, 1,300 slots, and a brand-new race and sports book venue. You’ll also find nine signature restaurants onsite, where butchers cut meat and seafood, pastry chefs bake desserts from scratch, Milanese chefs craft fresh pasta, and brewers blend eight custom beers onsite. With this deal, you’ll receive a $10, $20, or $30 dining credit daily, depending on which option you select.
- Fine dining: Roxy, one of three gourmet restaurants at the resort, has won awards from Distinguished Restaurants of North America for six years running. Enjoy entrees such as barbecue short ribs and wood-fired swordfish.
- 102 different martinis are served in Roxy’s live music lounge.
- Lively nightlife: Your options range from laid-back pubs to high-energy dance clubs with bottle service. At Cin Cin Bar & Lounge, cocktails are muddled by hand and made with fresh-squeezed juices. Brew Brothers offers eight custom microbrews and a menu ranging from pizza and burgers to Jack Daniels whiskey-glazed top sirloin.
- Choose from 80 beers from around the world at Stadium Bar. BuBinga Live is the place to be for live music and VIP service.
- Enjoy a Broadway style production in our Showroom.
Reno, Nevada: Casino City with Arts and Outdoor Adventure
Reno lives up to its billing as “The Biggest Little City in the World” thanks to its flashy casinos, cultural centers, and restaurants worthy of a much larger metropolis, all packed together on Virginia Street. If you need a break from courting Lady Luck, head to the Truckee River Arts District to explore the Nevada Museum of Art and the National Automobile Museum. Because of its location at the foot of the Sierra Nevada and just east of Tahoe National Forest, the city also puts visitors within reach of rushing rivers and high mountain ranges for hiking, rafting, and gold-rush reenacting.