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2500 E 2nd St Reno, NV 89502
2500 E 2nd StUSNVReno89502
Resort, Video Arcade
Video Arcade
Movie Theater
Bowling Alley
Concert Hall
Night Club
Asian Restaurant
Steak House

With $25 million in renovations underway, Grand Sierra Resort and Casino is located in the heart of Reno/Tahoe and features a level of luxury and sophistication unprecedented in Reno. Guests have access to over 40 championship golf courses, 18 legendary ski resorts, hiking, biking and equestrian trails, fishing, boating and guided tours to Tahoe, Carson and Virginia City. GSR is northern Nevada's largest resort destination with 1,990 guest rooms, 845 of them luxury suites. The property offers a wide variety of accommodations for the every day business traveler to the complete family vacation with amenities that include 200,000 square feet of meeting and convention space, 10 distinct restaurants, health club and spa, headliner entertainment, exciting nightlife, Cineplex, 50-lane championship bowling center, outdoor thrill rides, and aqua golf driving range. Grand Sierra is the largest casino north of Las Vegas.

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Chris Dong
reviewed a month ago
My girlfriend and I had a pretty nice stay here last weekend. We got in on a Groupon that was $89 for two nights and included two passes to the breakfast buffet each day. Our room was huge; it had a king-sized bed and a completely separate sitting area with a couch and chairs. The room was clean and the bed was relatively comfortable. The staff was friendly enough. I have a bunch of nitpicks that I thought I'd throw out there: - The parking lot is pretty confusing. We had to circle a number of times before we found a lot that was close to the entrance. Better signage within the lot would help. - Getting an elevator felt like it took way too long. There are five elevators servicing our are of the hotel and it took 3-4 minutes to get one. It most large hotels I've stayed at in Reno and Vegas, I have to wait 1-2 minutes max. This happened even really early in the morning (7 am). - The water pressure and design of the sink in the bathroom was odd in that it was impossible to NOT get water all of the place. Even putting both hot and cold water at the lowest setting and then running your hands under the water resulted in water getting all over the counter. Other than these nitpicks, the stay was pleasant. I probably wouldn't pay more than the $89 + tax I paid for the two nights.
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Tyler Harding
reviewed 3 months ago
The hotel portion itself is nice, helped by a somewhat recent renovation (much more modern looking now). The best part about GSR is the expansive on-site venue, entertainment and dining options. The downside here is the distant location from all other attractions in Reno - its far removed from downtown Reno (not walkable).
Ron Cohen
reviewed 7 months ago
Had to wait a half-hour to check in, and when we finally got to the counter the clerk was unpleasantly passive-aggressive. She offered to have the luggage delivered to the room, then didn't follow through so the bags were in limbo for some time while we were on deadline for an engagement outside the hotel. At check-in our credit card was charged $150 against possible room damage, as if we were renegades likely to trash it. Then, after my granddaughter left a small stuffed animal they wanted $17 to mail it back to her -- and were snippy when we said they should contact us back when they released the damage charges to our credit card. And don't play miniature golf -- the course is a disgrace, boring and badly maintained and a waste of $10 for one adult and one child. Although the rest of the facilities were excellent, we were staying in an expensive room and expected -- and would have liked to receive -- service with less "attitude", especially with an $11/day "resort fee" added to the room's cost.
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Andrew Love
reviewed 2 months ago
GSR, what can I say, we were there less than an hour. We checked in to our room, dropped our bags and immediately went down to the casino. My friend was carded and he provided a State Issued Picture ID from the State of Utah. We were told that they wouldn't accept the ID, They had just accepted my ID and it's exactly the same. Both valid ID's. I asked if they could transfer us to another hotel. They said no. I asked if I could get a refund they said no. I told them I was going to issue as many Bad Review across as many sites as possible, to which Anthony the head of Security stated that "Threatening the hotel was unacceptable and that we could leave or he'd call the police and threaten trespassing." Seriously? So 10pm at night in Reno 37 degrees outside and the GSR kicks us out of the hotel. To add a real threat to injury, Anthony states, "If you do follow through with your threats to write bad reviews, we have all your information and know where you live" What is this a mafia thing? You can't be serious! People, for the love of god, do not stay at the GSR unless you are comfortable with real person threats from their security staff.
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Patrick Johnston
reviewed a month ago
I stayed at the Grand Sierra a few months ago and had a great time. Very nice getaway, I enjoyed the restaurants and had pretty good luck gambling. Wish the movies started earlier in the day. Am planning on going back soon, looking forward to it.
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Matt Evert
reviewed a month ago
Excellent Buffet, friendly staff and excellent rooms cleaned daily, would recommend. Starbucks inside the hotel is a bonus!