Whether you're visiting for a few days, a month, or looking for an interim relocation or temporary housing solution, our studio suites feature living, dining and sleeping areas. All rooms feature plenty of work space, a fully-equipped kitchen, flat panel televisions with DVD players, as well as on-site guest laundry, wireless high-speed Internet access, pool, hot tub, fitness center, business center with printing capabilities, gourmet coffee bar served Monday thru Friday, and professionals who go out of their way to make you feel like you are at home.
Company Info: Rating: 2.57
Address: 9795 Gateway Dr., Reno, NV, 89521
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1. Judy L.
Great place to stay. Clean, friendly, rooms comfortable, kitchenette was great to have. Staff went over and above to accommodate our needs. Bed was too hard for us so they went out and bought a memory foam pad. Fabulous. Plan to stay in this hotel again.
14/02/11 | Link
| Rating: 5.0
2. Albino M.
The Hotel charge an extra fee of 10$+tax per night for non-smoking room. This is an unbelievable new fee that doens't seems real. Also the heater was not working properly and was very noisy.
21/02/11 | Link
| Rating: 1.0
3. Jon F.
We have stayed at other Extended Stay Americas . This Extended Stay has the same "+"s. In your room is a kitchenette complete with dishes. There is a coin laundry in the motel and there is a elevator to access the upper floors. The have a unique key for your room (No magnetic card keys problems!) Great for long stays, save on not eating out all your meals. Great for business travelers (away from the downtown) located in a quiet area near restaurants, Just off 395 at South Meadows (Exit #60)( South of downtown Reno).
Tamarack Junction Casino (Food/Gaming)is near by (Exit#61 to South Virgina).
Maybe listed as Extended Stayamerica.
15/08/09 | Link
| Rating: 4.0
4. Dave G.
Skip this place. No Shampoo in the room! Once a week maid service! Very poor Air circulation in the room. Not to mention the smells and stains on the carpet in the hallways! It's in a fairly nice quiet area business neighborhood. They will nickel and dime you for anything can. So lets say you travel with someone and want two beds...they will ask for another $10.00 per night for a room with two beds. Come on! I have never been to a hotel that charges extra for that. I guess I can't beleive they don't even put hair shampoo in the rooms? Wow! Unless it was an oversight. The night time desk clerk could not even find a single bottle. So if you do decide to stay here....you've been advised. I left this property early and cashed in points at a major chain hotel. Even though the room was very inexpensive....thanks to a hotel reseller. I had to get out of that place.
30/08/12 | Link
| Rating: 1.0
5. D B.
Not impressed. Would not stay again. Can get comparable rooms for the same price or less and get the daily maid service everyday. If they shared this information at checking, I would have stayed elsewhere. Not recommended.
21/01/13 | Link
| Rating: 1.0
6. J J.
I stayed here for 2 weeks while finding a place to rent in Reno...
- Price is reasonable IF you want a kitchen (if you don't need a kitchen, I have no idea why you would stay here)
- Older man, older woman, and Kam were the best people working there
- Wifi worked fairly well
- Quiet location
- HARD hotel beds!!
- Fire alarm went off 4x during my stay even though the vent was on as well as all my windows were open
- Despite a request done over a week in advance, hotel wouldn't accommodate
- The 3 young, Hispanic (just being descriptive) women that worked there weren't friendly, helpful, or intelligent
- By 8am, you are down to very few breakfast items remaining
- Breakfast is coffee, apples, instant oatmeal, granola bars, and prepackaged muffins (hope you don't mind banana nut everyday because the chocolate chip and blueberry were hardly there!!)
- Slow elevator for a hotel with only 3 floors
- Only 1 luggage cart in the whole hotel
- Parking lot is packed at night
23/08/13 | Link
| Rating: 2.0
7. Melissa P.
This hotel is located on the south end of Reno in a quiet, scenic suburban area. There are some tract home neighborhoods and lots of highway strip malls all building up to a solid white-collar middle-class vibe.
This hotel is nestled in with a few others exactly like it, Hilton & Marriott etc. I'm not sure who the parent company of 'Extended Stay America' is, but it's not immediately apparent from the interior or exterior design. I guess it reminds me most of a Holiday Inn Express. This particular hotel is clean and appears to have been furnished within the past 10 or so years. The staff I met were friendly, and my father-in-law really likes the manager. I met her down at the continental breakfast, which is a coffee table by the front desk with some fruit and Quaker bars alongside coffee and hot water. She's a sassy midwestern woman with what I would describe as Texas hair and a horse-lady vibe. Keep in mind that my personal descriptors may conjure images that are completely different from reality. I'm just telling it like I see it!
The rooms are simple and stress-free. Nothing special and nothing fancy, but certainly clean, comfortable and large enough to spread out a bit. There is a small kitchen upon entering with some counter space, and sink and a full size refrigerator. I believe there is a small stove/oven as well. My first impression of the bed was "ugh, saggy," but it turned out to be firm and lovely when laid upon. There were plenty of pillows on the bed with one sheet and a middle blanket under the cover. I cranked the AC up before we went to bed, and it was extremely quiet considering how cold it made the room. Very efficient machine, but the thin sheet and blanket on the bed barely kept enough body heat in to keep me sleeping soundly. I know, I know - I could have easily gotten up and turned down the AC. It's my own fault.
We ended up staying 2 nights, and taking a lovely walk down to a lake across the street on our first morning. There are geese and ducks and plenty of grassy picnicking areas around the lake/pond. I highly suggest it if you have pets (or rambunctious children) and want to walk them (or tire them out).
All in all, this place acheives exactly what it intends. It's a middle of the road long-term hotel for those who want something quiet, clean and convenient. NO SHAMPOO IN THE BATHROOMS.
23/07/13 | Link
| Rating: 4.0