Known as “The Biggest Little City in the World,” Reno is becoming an extremely popular destination for its vibrant nightlife and casinos following a regeneration project, so take a look for some Reno hotels for an exciting holiday in this up-and-coming city. Reno receives a great deal of sunshine throughout the year, accompanied by very low annual rainfall. Temperatures in June, July and August often top 90°F, but in winter, despite the clear skies, it can get very cold, especially at night.
When to visit RenoWhenever you go, there will be sun, but for many, the summer heat can get too much. Spring and autumn are typically the peak vacation periods and the best times to visit, when a range of Reno events are scheduled, including the Great Reno Balloon Race in September, during which, much of the Reno accommodation can be full. Winters tend to be relatively quiet so during this time, you can often get good prices for extended stay hotels in Reno.
How to get to RenoThe main airport of the city is the Reno-Tahoe International Airport (RNO), with transfers to and from here available using the city’s extensive RTC Ride bus network, which enables you to travel in Reno very easily. The main train station is located downtown, and is served by the California Zephyr, directly connecting Reno with both San Francisco, and Chicago.
Why visit RenoFollowing its reinvention, downtown Reno has become incredibly popular due to its array of clubs, bars and casinos, giving the area a youthful feel, with many of the hotel casinos, including the outstanding Peppermill Hotel in Reno, found in this area. Outdoor sports are also popular here, and it is worth checking out the nearby Lake Tahoe, with a range of skiing located in this region.
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