This is a very interesting place, and surely not for everyone. My husband and I stayed just one night on our way to California and thought it was different and fun. Certainly not a run-of-the-mill chain motel. We didn't want to stay at a casino and the price was right at $55 before tax. We had to look around a little before we found the owner and were able to check in.Check-in wasn't fast, but we weren't in a hurry, so it was fine and the owner was interesting and fun to talk to. The motel section we stayed in was painted and decorated to look like a little French village (see photos.) The property is old but well cared for and the dated decor just adds to the charm. The rooms have no TVs and no phones. We enjoyed the convenience of the small kitchenette. This is not a five-star property with all the frills but if you are looking for something clean, comfortable and affordable this may be just the place.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Quiet, quaint & so unique. Hotels, studios, hostel, chapel, coffee/gift shop, two art galleries with art classes and retreats, even Penske Truck rental & supplies located on 6+ acres in a country setting, just 2 miles from downtown. 30 minute drive to Truckee, CA and 45 minutes to Lake Tahoe and ski resorts. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Wildflower Village Reno