The only reason I didn't give it 5 stars is the price. $300 a night for a pretty standard room with a view of a wall outside. It's probably a pretty standard rate though. That being said, the room was clean and quiet. The casino was fun and I did pretty well. The lowest table limit was $25.00, which scares many people away. I don't generally play slots or video games but gave it a try this trip and did okay there as well. There were plenty of tables open and the casino is spacious. There are a few good places to eat as well. I had the best pastrami of my life at Brew Brothers! I'd stay there again.
To Video Poker players: Choose this casino for 9-6 paytables. This the maximum payoff the serious players. They have some that are lower but most are of the 9-6 or 9-5. One should not play with machines that offer less. The hotel is great, rooms are fabulous. Good restaurants. Friendly dealers. THE ROW casinos, which this casino is associated with only offer a $25 minimum only on the Pai Gow poker tables. For Reno visitors, choose this casino or the Peppermill and Atlantis for video poker. The Atlantis has the BEST paytables for video poker. Avoid the Silver Legacy and Circus Circus for V/P machines.
I have been coming here for 35+ years and have had wonderful experiences at the Eldorado. Because of the pandemic, haven’t been here for a few years. So I noticed a few changes that were disappointing: - Valet parking. They now charge $10 for your stay. I can afford it, but I put this under the “nickel and dime” annoyance category. - Early checkin fee. Really? I am checking in early so I can start gaming and you want to charge me? “Nickel and dime” - Can’t call for room service…you are directed to use a website. This is a full service hotel, not a Holiday Inn. - Millies (coffee shop) has limited hours - Hotel room not fully outfitted…no hand soap, less than a roll of toilet paper, and short on towels - limited open tables in the casino and higher minimums I am disappointed, but mainly sad that my favorite hotel has seen better times. On a positive note, had a great meal at La Strada. Long term manager Mike came over and said hello to us and made us feel welcome. Sushi restaurant was great and so was Roxies. Came during the week and not very busy. …
My husband and I stayed for three nights. Our room was beautiful 😍 We will definitely stay again. And of course we will recommend to others. All employees are very nice,and helpful never too busy to answer questions.
Having a great time . Great food all located in the Row.. Just steps away.. Everything is close by.. Room is clean and newly remodeled.. Public Restrooms as well!! Everyone on the staff i ran into is very Helpful!! Thank You El Dorado!!
I've now stayed at all 3 hotels at the Row--Eldorado Resort Casino was a disappointment. I booked a smoking king room - I am a Gold member -upgraded for an extra $20 and had a crappy room -- was 4th floor --window facing a concrete barrier-so no view--room was dirty. Music was bumping to 2am --loud boom boom booms of the the bass could be felt. Next time--if there is a "next time" I will stay at Silver Legacy or Circus Circus--
We always enjoy our stay at the ElDorado. it is conveniently located and the staff is great. Our host EVIE is wonderful. We also enjoy the restaurants and being connected to the other resorts - The silver legacy and Circus Circus.
Let's start with the arrival to the property...nice that they have EV chargers but it stops there. The elevator was not functioning so I had to drag my suitcase up two flights of stairs. Then I check in to the "luxury" room which was your standard Motel 6 room with a lovely view of the building's AC unit and roof. First stop--bathrooms. Clogged toilets. Latches don't work on the stalls. Second stop--the bar. Expect to pay $7 a beer and $11 for hard alcohol. The slot machines were not very kind either. To add salt to the wound, you can spend a boat load of money and not have cocktail service. Most places in town understand they are short staffed and unable to provide decent cocktail service so if the bartender sees you playing, they'll comp your drink. To end the evening, it was time to eat. Nothing was open after 9pm, no room service either. I found one place in Silver Legacy but the last time I ate there I was really glad I had some Pepto on me. For all of this frustration I paid an extra $40 for a resort fee (hint: they won't tell you that when you book the room). I'm not sure for what. I guess I could have taken advantage of the clothes iron in the closest and recouped my $40. There are much better properties (Atlantis, Peppermill) that have better food, nicer facilities, and most of all, a better experience. I waited a long time to return to downtown and thought this would be a lot of fun for my wedding anniversary, I will NEVER return...NEVER.…
Eldorado is connected with Silver Legacy and for the best. Has a little bit for everybody. A food court and a huge arcade and games section for kids and teenagers. Along with an assortment of different types of restaurants to check out. Two nights is plenty enough to see everything and do. It seriously is the Biggest little city in the world.
El Dorado is my favorite at the Row. They always have VIP casino hosts available to accommodate your needs.They are diligent about keeping your environment sanitized clean and comfortable. They have been adding reward credits and small credits to my reservation too. The pool was wonderful, the food was great, & the staff was pleasant and helpful going out of their way to Help implement a joyful experience.