Silver Legacy Casino Resorts, Reno
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Address: 407 N Virginia St, Reno, NV 89501, United States
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
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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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Best Reno trip I've had and I have been visiting Reno for over 40 years. Silver Legacy comped me 2 nights. On top of that, I found out I had $60 in food credit too! My room was very comfortable and clean. I ate at Central Cafe, Canter' s Deli and Sips. All were really good. I will definitely tell friends and family to stay at Silver Legacy.
Not the biggest, the flashiest or the best, but overall outstanding. A really beautiful lobby, nice variety of restaurants, the rooms (especially the jacuzzi suites) are well worth the $$ .A circular second level of shops & the buffet overlooks the casino floor, which does get smoky & crowded. The casino opens up on both side to sister properties, the Eldorado & Circus Circus. Overall, a charming property, parking though can be tricky and do be aware of your surroundings as you walk through garage as you are downtown. The Silver Legacy scores better because they put an effort into guest satisfaction.
Locked out of my room for three hours. Security came to hang out after three keys where made and did not work. An hour later the locksmith showed. He explained it's a very common problem, batteries die. He tore the lock apart then explained he did not have a battery. Exhausted and tired of waiting I went to dinner then to the front desk for new keys. They offered to comp my dinner for the troubles. When I handed them my bill from the Roxy, they said sorry, you didn't put it on your room.....nothing we can do for you. I went to my room, finally open at midnight and went straight to bed. I awoke to a room with no running water?!?!! Free is too much to spend when staying here.
Nope, not for me! I need a hotel that knows the current year and has updated their decor to fit the current date. Pool was closed, and it was 99 degrees outside. Customer service was below adverage not sure why, still confused by that and the room was small with basic model decor. Not for me. If you Gamble, smoke cigarettes or anything else, like buffet style meals, don't mind the heat in the summer and can care less about what your room looks like. You will love it here....
The hotel is not bad. I like the main lobby and the casino is nice. The room is okay, maybe a little small compared to more modern facilities. There is no ventilation in the bathroom. The AC has worked for 12 hours to cool down half of the room. Not quite the value I had hoped for.
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