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Rating: 3.06

Address: 1000 E 6th St, Reno, NV, 89512

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    Comments (16):

    1. Paul X.
    Avoid this place like the plague.    Do a search on google maps and you'll notice how close it is to the train tracks.  Yeah, it's nice for kids to look at, but when the horn blows every 2-hours, you'll be burning the midnight oil with it.        And no, even ear plugs don't work.

    I reserved a non-smoking and got a smoking room.  After much heated discussion, they transferred me to a non-smoking.  But no extra accommodations for the inconvenience.    

    The rooms are dark and not well lit.  Even the nonsmoking rooms wreak of smoke.  The room decor are old.

    The casino hall is not inviting.  

    2 advantages of this place!  Ample parking space from lack of customers.  And nice and cheap.  But for an extra $20 per night, it's money well spent to go somewhere else to get a good nights sleep.

    07/01/09 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    2. Helen H.
    Pretty dumpy but it was oh-so cheap.   However, the crowd in the downstairs casinos is really sketch. I was seriously worried for my safety.

    02/08/08 | Link | Rating: 2.0
    3. Scott S.
    Just a quick 10 block complimentary shuttle ride from all the downtown casinos, the Holiday Inn in Reno is a nice less expensive alternative.  The rooms were nice and clean.  The beds are very comfortable and the bathrooms are very nice.  Located just off of I-80, an exit after downtown, its convenient, and located in a relatively safe area.  If you really can't wait to gamble, there is a quiet little casino attached to the hotel.  I've seen Holiday Inn hotels that vary some in quality.  This was a good one.  4 stars!

    15/05/08 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    4. Walter d.
    Spent 5/6 & 5/7 here while judging a horseshow at Reno Livestock & Convention Faciltiy.  This hotel is now actually the Reno Ramada Inn and to me ,represents a better face with the new ownership.  Shuttle arrived at airport for pickup promptly/driver was very polite.  Check-in was easy.  Was pre-occupied due to bad Yelp reviews.  Found lobby neat and clean.  There was no stink of stale cigarettes in hall and none in the room.  Bathroom had signs of being recently redone. Enough towels, soap, shampoo, etc., to show recent upgrade.  Bed and bedding felt  & smelled new.  They need to re-place cathode ray TV.  We ate that evening at the restaurant and service people need to sharpen up.  Food was less than average.  They are obviously trying and I would come here without hesitation again.  This is a reasonable hotel to be considered a bargain.

    08/05/09 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    5. Keith K.
    A couple minutes away from the main drag in downtown Reno, the Holiday Inn is a no-frills place to stay. Don't let the on-property "casino" and restaurant stand in your way of eating and gambling.

    14/11/06 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    6. Ronda J.
    This is now the Ramada Hotel and Casino....

    O.K, like one of the reviewers, I also thought after reading some of the reviews that I may have made a mistake...I got a "no refund rate" and pretty much had to stay.
    Upon pullin up, my husbands first remark was "this place looks old". The outside needs some updating...maybe paint over the pink exterior (which it looked like they were in the process of doing)...but when I entered the lobby, I was pleasantly surprised. It was inviting and surprisingly kept up. There was some difficulty checking in, but the front desk was pleasant and helpful. The rooms are nice..the carpet looked fairly new on the 8th floor. The work out room is small..only 2 treadmills and 3 bikes, and I did not see a continental breakfast, nor was it mentioned to us. There were some minor things...my hair dryer was broken and they said that they would send someone to fix it...they never came. One of our couples experienced a fire drill at 3 am along with a leaky sink and a toilet issue, so I am not sure their review would be so generous. They did receive and additional discount at check out. This hotel could use a cafe' style restaurant, although they do have one that appears to open for dinner and a diner with hot dogs and hamburgers in the casino. Denny's is about a block and 1/2 away (so is Carrows).

    The Casino is a little shabby, but fine for a winding down before bed. The big casinos downtown are only a mile away. The pool is decent...no one was at the pool on a fairly warm May weekend.
    This does'nt compare to the more expensive hotels, but for half the price, I would stay again.

    22/05/09 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    7. John W.
    To make a confirmation of a previous reviewer this is now the Ramada Hotel and Casino....

    We came across this place because we were in need of a Hotel we wanted to bring our two dogs along....So after some research we found out this Ramada Inn is pet friendly. But get this,not only are they pet friendly you can keep your dog (s) in the same room up to 3 dogs. Now factor in the room rate for humans which is less than the larger Casino Hotels... that's a plus. Of course there is a small deposit.... that's it brother your done! Now for the facts and nothing but the facts..........
    This Ramada is off the beaten track a few blocks away from the hustle and bustle of Virginia St. They seem to have a good following or should I say regulars who stay at the Hotel who are very friendly I must say and the front desk check in was speedy no crazy long lines.... and the staff was very polite and helpful.There's a swimming pool a restaurant which makes a pretty good pizza bye the way,an yes they have an upscale menu you can go and sit down restaurant style or have your food delivered to you're room...However the menu choices are limited and a bit pricey,did I mention they also have a bar and a small casino it all looked very comfy cozy. The lobby was very nice looking and pleasant, not overbearing as some places are. We had our 2 dogs with us a 5 year old chiwawa and a 1 month old chiwawa puppy.
    They allow pets in the lobby and if you stay there all pet people are located on the 3rd floor. You have to ask yourself a question? Would you leave your kids or family members with strangers??? Well would you?
    Whew! You know they would be a hoop in and howling for 3 or 4 days... so why not bring Fido along with you. Five stars for the dogs being with you in the room.

    31/10/10 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    8. Carole G.
    Why stay here when they have all of those wonderful hotel/casinos in downtown Reno?

    At first glance, it doesn't seem like what you want to do. But, if you travel with pets as I often do, then this is one of the only places you can stay.

    On second glance, you notice that this is where all of the locals play. The casino isn't large and it isn't fancy. But, if you like to play Blackjack with a single deck and start with a low minimum bet, this is probably the only place where you can do that.

    I've been coming here once a year for many years and what impresses me the most is that the dealers and the pit bosses recognize and remember me and my Mom every single time. These are nice people who have worked here a long time. I appreciate their kind attention to really good service.

    The rooms are nothing special. In fact, they are in need of some upgrading. There is not a good restaurant to be had here; definitely eat elsewhere. But, it's close enough to the rest of the Reno scene so you can still enjoy all that is Reno, stay here with your cat or dog, play $3 Blackjack if that's what you like, and catch up on old times with your pit boss "friends." Yes, I'll be back.

    23/01/08 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    9. ToAsTy T.
    i'd give it more stars but i'll explain why i can't.

    The staff is nice and polite at the holiday inn, i like the rooms, which are quaint and decent. It has a bar and a restaurant and a casino attached to it.

    My negatives are:
    1) The Casino attracts the non-socialite crowd, but more of the need the gambling fix crowd. One good thing (sorta), theres alot of patrol cars roaming the parking lot in the middle of the night. Is it really a good thing?
    2) The high speed internet was slower than 56k. It was my first time seeing a warning message from gmail.com saying how i seem to be on a slow connection and can opt for a basic lo-bandwidth gmail menu.
    3) Whats up with the train switching yard a few blocks away? Being awaken by their very annoying multiple train whistles. 1st night it was at 1:15am, and 4:15am, and 2nd night at 4am and at 7am.
    The 7 am horn blow i didn't mind, i was going to wake up around that time anyway but come on!

    Well if you do the deal of a lifetime but not knowning where you'd stay button from hotwire.com , i think this is their default spot.

    30/03/08 | Link | Rating: 2.0
    10. Brian F.
    did not like it at all.  It was cheap though.

    Shower head was rusty, ceiling had water marks(not just in the bathroom), smelled of smoke, room didn't have a TV remote, TV reception was all blurry, room was kinda dirty looking, shower went from burning hot to ice cold on its own, etc etc

    the list keeps going.  btw, as lorrie said, its the reno plaza hotel and casino now, but u can still see the holiday inn signs...also they have a ramada banner in the main entry too.

    05/01/09 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    11. Laurel B.
    Not bad.  We were in Reno for the 30th anniversary on the bench for the judge my b.f. clerked for, and we pricelined this for some low, low price.  (He pricelined this.  There's some new rebranded hotel called the Grand Sierra with high thread-count sheets, and that's what I would have picked.)   Free, but slow, wi fi, and the rooms were fine.  Quite clean, not badly decorated, really, for a H.I.  

    The casino was a bit depressing, though, as is the Reno casino scene (to the extent that we saw it).  There's that air of desperation. On the plus side, Reno has some great elements, not the least of which is its location.  The land itself is gorgeous:  high desert, Truckee only spitting distance away, some of the best recreation around.  And there are plenty of decent places to eat/drink outside of the casino realm, not that we made it to them this round.  (PJ's is supposed to be awesome for breakfast, but we arrived 20 minutes after they stopped serving.  Aargh.  The menu sounded great.)

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    25/06/08 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    12. Lorrie M.
    This place actually recently got changed to "Reno Plaza Hotel" even though you can still see the Holiday Inns sign.

    It was cheap for New Years on a last minute deal, but I would definitely never stay here again. It was pretty much the kind of dump that you would expect for paying what you did and the showers are cold and not that clean, the room is dark and not very well lit. The TV is blurry and hardly gets a good signal despite a decent selection of channels.

    The hotel reeks of smoke despite non-smoking zones and floors and they don't even know what it is that they're talking about when you ask them a question ... any question. Not recommended.

    05/01/09 | Link | Rating: 2.0
    13. Emerald C.
    Last December my fiancee and I went on a trip, to Reno.  We stayed in this company, the Ramada Reno Hotel, yet did not know what to expect because we did not know Reno very well.  Come to our surprise it was a beautiful place, filled with beautiful personalities within the staff that work there.

    We had encountered a minor incident with some locals, but like heroins the people at Ramada Reno came to our rescue.  They treated us like family, treated us like VIP's, and made sure we were at the most elite comfort they could give us.

    If you were to ask me if we would go there again, we would say:  HELLLLLL YESSSS!!!

    07/02/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    14. Alicia D.
    We had been driving all night and we were exhausted.  All the inns were full, but Jaime granted my Christmas wish and found us a room and let us check in early!  We tumbled into bed with grateful hearts!  Thank you Jamie and Ramada

    07/01/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    15. John R.
    Stayed in their KING SUITE on 12/27-12/28. This place is soooo run down. I was excited given the great rate on the suite, but now I see why. Upon entering the casino/hotel are massive clouds of smoke, with no filtering to move the air. It was a race to the check inn counter!

    Some things that could use improvement, how about an ice machine on the suite level? or somewhere near? I had to take the elevator from the top floor to the bar area to ask the bar tender for ice for my bucket.

    No central heating/air, the wall units were loud and far too sensitive to adjustment, made the visit almost unbearable. The bathroom was very small, and the toilet looked to be about 15 years old or more. There was no bath fan and no hot shower light, so the steam and odors just kind of linger in there. The TVs were about 15 years old as well. They were old box TVs that had a very loud hiss or hum to them and were so blurry they hurt my eyes. This was far from a suite.

    29/12/14 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    16. Alan A.
    I have stayed here quite a few times before.  I'm always pleased with it.  This stay, I got a room from Hotels.com for less than $50.  Not bad for a Saturday night in Reno. Plus, no "Resort Fee" like the downtown hotels charge.  This hotel is close to downtown, close to UNR, and close to the Nugget in Sparks.  

    When I checked in, I asked for a room with a city view.  He actually upgraded me to a bigger room with a king bed on a higher floor.  Room had no smells, bathroom was spotless, and yes, the furnishings were a bit older, but no worries.  Bed was *very* comfortable. TV was an older model, but had good reception.   Wifi was good.  Room had coffee, but no fridge or microwave.   No biggie to me.  

    The hotel has a small casino, ($2 single deck blackjack on a Saturday night.  Can't beat that.)  It has a full service restaurant in the lobby, and a small 24 hour diner in the casino.  I ate at the main restaurant, and the food was just OK for what I paid.  Next time, I'll just eat in the casino diner, or find a restaurant in town.  

    Overall, a great stay.  Like I said...  I've stayed here many times before, will stay here again without a hesitation.

    15/03/15 | Link | Rating: 4.0