Two FREE nights at Grand Sierra Resort Reno

a plane on the runwayGrand Sierra Resort, Reno is running an unbelievable promotion: up to two FREE nights and two FREE breakfast buffet per day in November and December. Going by the tripadvisorreviews, it is a decent hotel. So, I am sure, this offer won’t last long! In case you can’t go, you will only lose $25 deposit.

Do any of you have any experience with this hotel?

Terms and Conditions

Credit card billing address must match state photo ID at check in. Management reserves all rights. Must be at least 21 and present valid state identification to redeem. One reservation per household with a minimum 72 hours between trips. Subject to availability. Based upon residency greater than 50 miles from GSR. Cannot be combined with any other offer. $25 deposit required, refundable upon checkout. If you cancel you forfeit the deposit. Offer code WLCMBK is for up to two consecutive free nights and one breakfast buffet per person per day, limit two and is valid 11/6-12/23/11 except 11/10-19, 11/24-25 and 12/7-10.

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  1. Regular rooms are so-so, but if you could upgrade to “summit” – then it’s very good.
    Overall, nicest hotel in Reno, with lots of stuff to do bedsides gambling, and a couple of good restaurants.

  2. Great txs so much. Got two nights. Never been to RENO and there looks to be much fun in the sun to do! Any idea’s on how to work them for an upgrade from the free std room?

  3. @Crackerjoe thanks for the info. @deltaGOLDflyer, you can upgrade to “The Summit” by paying $25.

  4. Not the most upscale hotel in the world, but it works. Big casino floor, varied restaurants, and a good sized pool area, but nothing fancy like in Las Vegas.

    Usually the casino floor is the best part of the trip here — reasonable table limits and busy enough to be fun. Just don’t expect Las Vegas and you’ll be fine.

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