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- Address: 407 N Virginia St, Reno, NV 89501, United States
- Timings: 24-hrs Details
- Phone: +1-7753257411
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Casino, Resort, Games, Adults
Silver Legacy Casino Resorts - Review
During the time when Las Vegas was becoming more popular that Reno, due to the lavish casino-hotels coming up, Don Carano and Clyde Turner, CEOs of two popular casino legacies, came together to give stiff competition to Sin City. The result was this opulent 41 stories high Resort Casino, which is the largest building in all of Downtown Reno. Lit up green mostly, the casino building definitely stands out in Reno and is known as the “Emerald City” of Reno. There are over 85 table games and 1,400 slot machines, to give you an unforgettable gaming experience.
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How To reach Silver Legacy Casino Resorts by Public Transport
- Reno Amtrak
- N Virginia/5th (West) Bus Station.
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Silver Legacy Casino Resorts, Reno Reviews
So it's October 13, 2018. I just got kicked out of the Legacy Casino by a security person named Rose for being in the bathroom too long. She also gave me problems about my tagged luggage which I have each time I've gambled on their casino floor, used their bathroom, went to their Circus Circus arcade, or have gotten something to eat at their establishments. I did hair and makeup and used my phone and their bathroom once. I'd planned on using the slots briefly, going into Circus Circus arcade, and eating, before my bus comes to leave town. Rose would not tell me if the head of guest relations was available. I called and ask for something in writing that the legacy was kicking me out for being in their bathroom too long. Head security dispatch, "Dan Forrester?" Stated that it's private property, and they don't have to give me anything in writing. Since this Casino never addressed the situation with the male worker coming into the women's room on my visit a month ago, I will no longer patronize the Legacy Casino. During my two visits, I have seen other women doing exactly what I was doing, yet they did not get questioned. They were also not black. Definitely not a fan of this place. On my previous visit, I was at Circus Circus and one of the basketballs I was using, flew out of it's structure, one arcade game from mine, and hit a kid about 10 years old in the face. He was okay and his parent was not angry, but I immediately apologized and asked his parent, if I could give him $5. That's what you do, right your wrongs. Two thumbs down to the Legacy Casino. One month ago was when I wrote this initial review. Although security said they would compensate me for my experience they nor legacy never did. I just traveled via Amtrak and Flix bus to Reno, via California. I just had a very disturbing and creepy experience. A male worker was standing and lurking at me while I was refreshing my makeup in one of their restrooms. He did not announce his presence, and he came in anyway. He did not bring in his tool box, and he turned on all of the water facets, flushed all of the toilets, and I caught him watching me again, so I took his picture and immediately called Silver Legacy. I'm upset over this. I was told by a Supervisor, that no male is supposed to enter the women's room. Two stars instead of one, for the kind help of a security person. One star after today's experience.
One of the better hotels in Downtown Reno. The outside is very cute and clean (unlike Circus Circus for example). The inside of the casino itself is like any other decent casino. The bathrooms were clean and very serviceable. The casino did have a slight smell to it. Would recommend going inside if you've never been. The Starbucks inside is cute, also.
We stayed here on a road trip and found it very clean and comfy. Our housekeeping staff did a fine job on very busy times and we were great full. Hotel has every convenience one could ask for, great gaming, fine dining, and a very helpful staff. Thanks for a great stay. Stayed here again on another road trip and sorry to say Sterlings steakhouse is closed and is being replaced with a Ruth Chris steakhouse. I don't have anything against Ruth Chris but I I'll miss Sterling's as it was a fine restaurant and will miss the staff that made it what it was.
The Silver Legacy Resort Casino was a very pleasant experience. The only thing I didn't enjoy was the housekeeping. They kept bothering me about cleaning my room. But the room service food was absolutely delicious. I enjoyed everything about it except for the housekeeping (like I mentioned before). The room was very nice and I enjoyed it. The bed was huge and big enough for me and my husband.
My stay was enjoyable. The room was very clean and had a beautiful view of the mountains. I didn't like that a mini fridge isn't standard. The hotel is doing construction on the pool but they give you a sheet with info for a pool at St. Mary's you can use for free with your room key. The reception staff were all very nice. Overall a pleasant stay for night away.