We recently spent one night in Reno since being there decades ago. Sad to see that Reno has not re-invented itself as Las Vegas so successfully done. Still some fun there and the gambling is good. We found $3 craps for the night and plenty of older slots no longer seen in LV.
We stayed at this property and found it more of a Motel type operation than a Hotel. Reception, Parking and house-keeping staff were friendy and helpfull, The Hotel is run-down and in need of serious upgrading. We both awakend with plugged noses and scratchy throats, we suspected the HVAC system is also poorly maintained. Only one of two elevators was in service and the one working was also not it good operation.
The room had a coffe maker and small refridgerator and at only $54 USD was an inexpensive night stay.
We only stayed the one night
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Club Cal Neva opened on April 2, 1962 in downtown Reno, Nevada. Conveniently located in the heart of downtown Reno, is just minutes from the areas major convention and events facilities including just 2 blocks away from the National Bowling Stadium, the new MLB Triple A baseball stadium and Reno Events Center. The hotel offers some of Northern Nevada's lowest rates on comfortable and spacious rooms including rooms with views of the Truckee River. The casino features over 1000 loose slots and table games and was selected by USA Today as "one of 10 great places to court Lady Luck." Three floors of casino gaming action and six restaurants span 2 downtown city blocks! Inside you'll find downtown Reno's largest Race and Sportsbook, voted "Best Race and Sportsbook" by locals year after year. Two giant parking garages make it easy to park, stay and play! ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Club Cal Neva Hotel Reno
- Hotel Cal Neva
- Cal Neva Reno
- Cal Neva Hotel Reno