RENO, Nevada— Grand Sierra Resort in Reno, Nevada, recently completed a remodel of its Vista Tower as part of a $55 million property-wide capital improvement investment. Guests can now choose among rooms and suites in the Summit Tower, Sierra Tower and the newly remodeled Vista Tower and renovated meeting and convention space.
Property-wide Capital Improvements
GSR invested more than $55 million in capital improvements throughout the casino resort last year alone. Since assuming ownership of GSR in 2011, Alex Meruelo has invested more than $330 million in resort upgrades across the property. Work has included renovations to GSR’s 2,000 hotel rooms and casino floor; a transformation of the outdoor pool area; renovations of its 200,000 square feet of meeting and convention space; an all-new Infinity High Limit game room; a renovation of its historic Grand Theatre; the creation of the wildly popular LEX Nightclub; the addition of northern Nevada’s largest race and sports book; enhancements to the front porte-cochere; new restaurants and more.
In addition to the renovation of more than 600 rooms, other 2022 additions to GSR include a new Starbucks, revamped Second Street Express quick-serve restaurant and the addition of Reno’s first Chickie’s & Pete’s Crabhouse and Sports Bar. Work also includes modifications and expansion of the resort’s Funquest arcade and bowling alley to include eight VIP bowling lanes, as well as a $10 million dollar race and sportsbook upgrade.
The Vista Tower has a variety of suite layouts. The Director Suite offers all the standard luxuries with an open floor plan and an option for a second bedroom, while the Ambassador Suite features a wet bar, living room, marble spa bathroom and a private bedroom.
At more than 1,500 square feet, the Presidential Suite includes a king bed and one-and-a-half bathrooms, including a marble bathroom with a Jacuzzi tub. The Diplomat Suite boasts an open-layout marble bathroom with a spa shower, a dining table with seating for eight, a small kitchen and multiple living areas.
GSR’s most exclusive suite, the Chairman Suite, is over 2,000 square feet and houses two king bedrooms, two and a half bathrooms, a wet bar area, multiple dining and lounge areas and views of the valley.
In the Summit Tower, guests can choose from a queen room, king room, deluxe rooms and Executive and Studio suites.
The Sierra Tower features luxury hotel rooms, studios and suites with bright, modern décor. Options include king and queen rooms, deluxe rooms, as well as Executive, Studio and Director Suites. Concierge Rooms are also available for guests 18 and over.
For more information on the resort’s accommodations or to make a reservation visit grandsierraresort.com.