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Peppermill Resort Spa Casino
Reno, NevadaEnter your email address and zip code for pricing and availability
Why Stay At Peppermill Resort Spa Casino
Nightlife lovers who prefer a more relaxed casino experience—plus eco-conscious amenities and access to nature—opt for this mega-resort in Reno, Nevada.
Reno may be Nevada's second city when it comes to gambling, but the Peppermill Resort Spa Casino is no less spectacular than the Las Vegas mega-complexes it emulates: a huge hotel-casino with more than 1,600 rooms, 16 bars and lounges, and 10 restaurants. When you're ready to try your luck, the Peppermill delivers with a poker room, 1,900 slots, and a slew of gaming tables. And in 2010, it became the first U.S. hotel to heat and cool its grounds with geothermal energy.
Active travelers can take advantage of Reno's extended ski season, which starts as early as October and in April.
Bring your bathing suit year round: the hotel has two geothermal-heated swimming pools, complete with waterfalls, fountains, and poolside cabanas.
Arrive at Reno Tahoe International Airport (RNO) which is approximately 3 miles from the hotel. Anticipate about 15 minutes of travel time.2702 S. Virginia Street, Reno, NV, United States
Hotel FeaturesBack to Top Property Amenities
- Two Outdoor Pools
- Fitness Center
- Boutique Shops
- Souvenir Shops
- 42" LCD HD TVs
- Several Phones
- Original Artwork
- Marble Bathrooms
- Double Sinks
- Soaking Tubs
- Separate Showers
- LCD HD TVs in Bathrooms
- Seven Restaurants
- Bars + Lounges
- Poolside Dining
- Nightly Entertainment
- Hotel taxes included Please note a $12 nightly resort fee will be collected by the hotel at check-in
Why We Love Reno
With some 300 days of sunshine a year and a low-key mountain location, Reno lures more than just casino-loving high rollers. Virginia Lake and Yori Park are just a quick walk from the Peppermill for hiking, biking, golf, and skiing.
Tahoe City, 2600 Alpine Meadows Rd.
Best Day Trip: Drive 20 minutes northeast from Reno to hit the links at the Red Hawk Golf Resort, home to Hills, designed by three-time U.S. Open winner Hale Irwin, and Lakes, a public course situated in Audubon-certified natural wetlands.
Sparks, 6600 N. Wingfield Parkway.
Where to Eat: Almost everything served at 4th St Bistro is obsessively local, from the organic produce to the meat and poultry sourced from nearby ranches. Don't miss the pan-seared foie gras, prepared with grenadine-poached rhubarb.
3065 W. 4th St., Reno.
Dinner for two $60.
Where to Drink: Friday nights begin with salsa dancing lessons at the Edge, an 8,000-square-foot, Vegas-style nightclub inside the Peppermill. Toast your luck with the bar's sake-infused bellini, made with peach puree and muddled berries.
Drinks for two $15.
Why Go Now
September 7 - 9, 2012
Great Reno Balloon Race
More than 100 of the nation's top hot-air balloonists take to the skies in this annual competition.
Rancho San Rafael Regional Park.
October 20 - 21, 2012
Check out some of the world's most exotic reptiles at this two-day, family-friendly event.
Ramada Reno Downtown Hotel & Casino: 1000 East Sixth St.
November 3, 2012
Chocolate, Wine & Roses Festival
A live and silent auction for guests dressed as old-school Hollywood icons (proceeds benefit local nonprofits).
Chateau at Incline Village, Tahoe.