This is a gorgeous Suite at "The Summit at Grand Sierra Resort and Casino". It is over 450 square feet of luxury.
About the resort: 1995 Rooms, 27 Floors, 4 Hot Tubs/Jacuzzis, 10 Restaurants, 7 Bars, Elevators, Handicapped Access, Handicapped Rooms (On Request), On-Site Shopping, 24-Hour Room Service, Babysitting*, 24-Hour Front Desk, Porter/Bellhop, Concierge, Baggage Check*, Safety Deposit Box, ATM Machine, Business Facilities*, Internet Access*, Daily Housekeeping, Pets Allowed*, Laundry Service*, Valet And Self-Parking, Car Rental*, Shoe Shine Stand, Currency Exchange, Airport Shuttle, Activities Desk, Casino, 1 Swimming Pool, Cabanas, Beach Sand, Poolside Cocktail Service, Swim-Up Bar, Bowling Alley*, Bungee Jumping*, Go-Kart Racing*, 40,000-Square-Foot Children’s Adventure Center, Aquatic Golf Driving Range, Miniature Golf*, Golf (Nearby)*, Meeting Room, Water Sport Rental*, Bike Rental*, Moped Rental*, Fitness Center, Wedding Chapel, Sauna*, Spa*, Steam Room*.
Be sure and take time to visit all the wonders of Lake Tahoe and other Reno area attractions.
Price as listed ($99.) for the large King Suite with sliding screen seperating the living room (with queen hide-a-bed). Like getting two rooms and really nice when traveling with children. Rates may be higher during peak season and conventions.
PLEASE NOTE: As with most Casino Resorts there is a resort/facilty fee of $11. per day that is charged at check out. It covers the use of the pool (w/towels), the gym and other facilities.
Additionally the resort provides daily cleaning to include, clean sheets, fresh towels, replenished toiletries, coffee, bottled water, etc. The $50. cleaning fee listed above is for a usual 2 day stay. If you exceed two days the cleaning fee will increase. (The resort bills me for each day regardless but I would be willing to give my guest a bit of a break if you have a lengthy stay)
Airbnb charges me and you a small booking fee that is well worth the service they offer.
Inventory of Owner Suites is done upon check-out. Missing items are billed to guests accordingly.
Sandy really went above and beyond to fix my late booking. And she delivered! Great job
Sandi was awesome. I had to book last minute on a holiday weekend, and she went the extra mile to get me a perfect room. Everything was exactly as she described, 5 star quality, and absolutely hassle free. I will definitely book with her the next time I'm in town.
I requested this suite last minute and Sandi could not have been more accommodating, even arranging for me to stay in a friend's neighboring suite when hers was unavailable. My 3 friends and I could not have had a better time- everything was seamless! I'd absolutely work with Sandi again.
It was my birthday so I met some pals from LA in Reno . I finally decided to use airbnb and Sandi was the lucky one . But seriously she was prompt more than that this lady is above and beyond and very professional on personal level . The two suites I reserved were As shown and more. I will stay again if possible . Had a blast , the resort is amazing I won $2000 and can't say enough about the many good memories ill have of my birthday in Reno. Thanks Sandi
Sandi was very helpful. This was my first AirBNB experience and I was very pleased with the suite. We even left the casino in a little better shape than when we came :) Cheers!
Staying at Sandi’s posh casino hotel room was a nice experience. A bit on the small side (400 sq ft max) for what’s normally considered a “suite,” the room includes a nice sofa and cocktail table where a second, queen-size bed might otherwise be located. The King bed was a rich, hotel-quality sleep—the best I’ve had since the Fairmont Hotel—on par, really. Add the down pillows and comforter, and Sandi’s property is in solid three-and-a-half star territory.
The room is decorated in a slick, ultra-contemporary look—dark simulated leather walls, chrome, black marble counters and lots of slate and glass. It has a memorable east-facing view of the surrounding mountains and (in a good way) a distant view of the jets touching down at the Reno airport. The hotel was a bit out of the way for my needs in Reno—as a self-contained city, it’s surrounded by a sea of parking (NFL football stadium out by the freeway-style). Overall, it was faithful to the product depicted in the listing and met or exceeded my expectations.
One small bump occurred in the check in process with the casino’s insistence that the $22 daily guest fee had not yet been paid, after Sandi had clearly indicated it had. But Sandi quickly phoned me back and cheerfully refunded me the $22 fee the casino required before it would hand over the room keys. (The $22 fee apparently goes to cover free in-room wifi and a seasonally-available (closed during my stay) pool and hot tub adjacent to the basement fitness facility.)
At under $150 a night, all inclusive, Sandi’s property is a decent value in a town where your tourist dollar goes relatively far. Sandi was responsive, flexible, and overall good to deal with.
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Mother of 3 (pictured with my 16 yr old) and grandmother of 3. My family has traveled to both the Puerto Vallarta and Los Cabos resorts often and we just love staying there. I know you will too!
I personally own the Reno Condo's at the Grand Sierra and they are superior. The resort has some of the like units and usually rent them from $179. per night. I love to see people being able to afford a luxury room without having to pay luxury prices.