Reno, Nevada Hotels and Travel Guide
Famous everywhere as “The Biggest Little City in the World,” Reno, Nevada, has a lot to offer business travelers and vacationers alike. If you’re looking for Reno hotels, Extended Stay Hotels has a great place to stay at a great price.
• Extended Stay America Reno - South Meadows
Reno is probably best known for its nightlife and indoor gaming. At the Extended Stay America Reno - South Meadows Hotel, you are just a short drive from all the Downtown excitement.
Bowling enthusiasts from all over the globe are drawn to Reno, home of the National Bowling Stadium. Located just nine miles from the Extended Stay America Reno - South Meadows Hotel, the Stadium is a frequent host to the United States Bowling Congress's Open Championship Tournament.
With more than a half million square feet of meeting and exhibit space, the Reno-Sparks Convention Center makes this city an ideal host for a variety of conventions. If your visit to Reno includes spending time at the Convention Center, you will be pleased that the Extended Stay America Reno - South Meadows Hotel is just four miles away.
Reno is almost as well known for its surrounding attractions as it is for those within the city limits. Lake Tahoe, perhaps its most famous neighbor, offers world class outdoor recreation year round. The resort area of Incline Village is just 30 miles from the Extended Stay America Reno - South Meadows Hotel.
Also just a short drive away is Virginia City, the site of much of the 1850s mining activity that gave Nevada its state nickname, The Silver State. A significant part of Virginia City remains today as it looked in the mid-1860s, making it a novel place to visit.
If golf is part of your plans in Reno, don’t miss the chance to play the Lake Ridhe Golf Course, a Robert Trent Jones-designed championship golf course just five miles from your room at the Extended Stay America Reno - South Meadows Hotel.
For a great Reno hotel, the Extended Stay America Reno - South Meadows Hotel is a terrific choice.