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Seasons Inn in Reno, NV

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Rating: 2.56

Address: 495 West St, Reno, NV, 89503

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    Comments (9):

    1. Omar V.
    I guess I had really bad expectations of this place since it looks pretty scummed out from the outside.  Why was I staying here? Well everything else was booked! We totally forgot it was the beginning of Hot August Nights and when we arrived at 1:30 in the morning all of the hotels were either booked or not taking reservations till the next day at 7.  We stayed here after seeing that they had vacancy.  The lady in the front didn't really know what she was doing as it was her third night on the job.  When we asked her if we got a AAA discount she said "yes but I don't know how much".  The next morning we went back to pay for another night and the lady said "the price already includes the discount".  Shady!
    Anyways I would only recommend staying here if 1) you are on a budget 2) if everything else is booked.  

    The good?
    Rooms were clean
    Your car is easily accessible and you dont have to deal with tipping the valets
    Right behind the Silvery Legacy

    The bad:
    The place looks pretty shady from the outside
    Even though the rooms were clean you still get that cheap hotel feel

    Bad-

    04/08/08 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    2. Brian T.
    Convenient location if you're hoping to spend some time exploring Reno's downtown.  And from what I've seen, this is one of the least expensive downtown choices.

    The parking is free.  There are a couple of restaurants nearby.  The staff were friendly.

    One downside:  the advertised free wireless didn't come in very strong in my room despite the fact that I was relatively close to the lobby.

    28/07/10 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    3. Paul S.
    This would have been a 1-star review, but my rating scale was unexpectedly altered by Resident Inn in Grand Island, NE. ("Thank you, Resident Inn!" -- Love, several other hotels.)

    So here's the breakdown on Seasons Inn:

    Exceptionally good: Room availability when everyone else is fully booked.

    Pros: Reasonably clean, not terrible location, hospitable clerk at night during check-in, and they have an elevator.

    Cons: Expensive (for the area + condition of accommodations), dated, exterior-facing doors, constant loud & drunk foot traffic outside doors, seedy atmosphere, no hot water, bathroom sink doesn't drain, no clock, no microwave, no fridge.

    Exceptionally bad: When I mentioned the lack of hot water & the non-draining bathroom sink to the morning clerk during check out, she *actually* rolled her eyes at me and said nothing. Yeah, sorry for expecting $100/night to buy me those luxuries.

    04/10/10 | Link | Rating: 2.0
    4. Carla F.
    I will never, never, NEVER stay here again. Let's put aside the fact that the bathrooms are falling apart, the blankets look like they are 50 years old, the walls are incredibly black. Just picture this "Inn" like the movie set of vacancy. The little old hag running the front desk is the rude of all rude, miserable, depressed ass people I've ever ran into...AAA needs to get rid of this "inn" as a preferred hotel! It's an embarrassment to represent this f****n place!!!! Oh, the only reason I stayed here was because somebody else reserved this dump!!

    08/09/10 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    5. j w.
    Totally fine for the price.  I picked this place because it was right downtown and although I was just passing through, the other places in this price bracket were in way sketchy parts of town with numerous mentions of drug dealers and prostitutes in their reviews. Not fancy or especially updated, but clean, well lit parking and nothing biting me in the night.

    17/11/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    6. danton s.
    66 doollars is steep. But out of spite from other locations, like the GATEKEEPER next door, it is definitely an upgrade. I had a good time. 37 channels available on the television, if anything i would be giving THE IFC channel a bad review. The front desk guy is spooky.
    he gives me the heeby jeebies in regards to deja vu and resemblances towards other people as well as attitude issues that may or may not be there. REALLY, though he seemed very sweet, his tattoos set off FLASHBACKS and the three stories is nice to look at considereing that there was a new PAINT JOB done on the outside of the building. ITS not the best but it seems better than neighboring spots: but at 50 a night with a 50 dollar deposit YOU would totally be better off at Circus Circus, since thats what it costs. Early check in was NOT an option, so the convenience of getting in here EARLY was the luxury.

    09/10/13 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    7. iriejen T.
    You get what you pay for. Room was clean and front desk guy was very helpful and nice. Pretty noisy at night if you crack the window.

    10/07/13 | Link | Rating: 2.0
    8. Vivian S.
    I am appalled by the way this hotel handles their bookings and the customer service. My friends and I made reservations and confirmed with a lady on the phone that we were going to arrive between 3am and 6am on a Saturday and that we needed a extra cot. She told us that we were good to go and to just call on our way there. Saturday comes and before I get a chance to call them, I get a voice message telling me that the hotel was "overbooked" and that my reservation was cancelled! At 3am, we had no place to stay. I called the hotel and the manager by the name of "Scott" answered the phone and said that this is how they do bookings and it was "industry standard". He said there are not rooms for us and all the cots were taken. Apparently, they overbook expecting people to drop out and if not enough people drop out, they just cancel other people's reservations. I told him that it was not professional and that because his employee had confirmed with us, we did not make alternative accommodations. Scott then decided to tell me that the staff no longer works for the company. I think he was lying. I do NOT recommend supporting this organization as they are unethical.

    02/09/14 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    9. Yasya G.
    What can you expect for $70 a night? Well, I was pleasantly surprised.
    It's in a prime location (only half a block from Circus Circus), everything in the room was clean including the sheets, the drawers, sink, toilet and shower, there were plenty of clean towels, the television actually had a remote (and it worked!), and the lady at the front desk was friendly and very nice--she even let us leave our car in the lot while we left to grab breakfast after we checked out!
    If you're looking for fancy hotel to stay in, then you can pay double the price at Silver Legacy, but if you're just looking for a clean room to sleep in after a full day of gambling then this place has everything you need at a reasonable rate.

    I would definitely stay here again! (but minus one star for not having a mini-fridge or microwave)

    21/09/10 | Link | Rating: 4.0