Siena Hotel Spa Casino
Address1 Lake Street RenoSee nearby area
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Lonely Planet review
This boutique hotel is one of Reno's most luxurious addresses, with cozy, nicely appointed riverside rooms. All rooms are nonsmoking.
Our independent authors have visited Siena Hotel Spa Casino and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Reno.
Description provided by property
Featuring a spa, casino and restaurants onsite, this contemporary styled Reno, Nevada hotel is on the Truckee River and 10 minutes’ drive to Reno-Tahoe International Airport. Free Wi-Fi is offered in every room.
With Truckee River and Sierra Nevada Mountains views, each room includes a flat-screen TV, iPod docking station and en suite bathroom at Siena Hotel Spa Casino. Dark wood furnishings and light-coloured linens adorn each room.
Offering a seasonal outdoor pool and fitness centre, guests can enjoy at Hotel Siena Spa Casino. Body wraps, facials and sauna retreats are popular in the Siena Spa onsite.
In addition to 4 bars, on-site dining options include the riverfront White Water Dining & Spirits, Sushi Saga and an extensive breakfast buffet. The Coffee Bean & Bakery is open 24 hours for light bites.
The national Automobile Museum is 5 minutes' walk way from this Reno, Nevada hotel.
You must show a valid photo ID and credit card upon check-in. Please note that all special requests cannot be guaranteed and are subject to availability upon check-in. Additional charges may apply.
The Resort Fee includes access to: Gym Wi-fi in-room coffee Airport pick-up and drop-off Pool & hot tub Spa Parking
Pet Policy is as follows Pet Friendly with a 25lb weight restriction, a non-refundable one-time $50 Pet Fee per stay
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