Suites are typically upgraded rooms with additional room features. They almost always include a separate sitting area or other large space.

Peppermill Suites (A)

The new Tuscany Tower at the Peppermill is an all-suite hotel. They have a variety of suites ranging from 550 sf to 2200sf. There are also some suites in the original tower, too.

Eldorado Suites (A)

The Eldorado has a variety of suites, called the "Studio Suite", "E Suite", "Player's Spa Suite", "Large Player's Spa Suite", and "Spa Tower Player's Suite". Be aware that the Player's Suites, and many of the other suites, may be reserved for Casino VIPs.

Grand Sierra Suites (B+)

The Grand Sierra has a lot of suites, and they're pretty nice. The "Summit at the Grand Sierra" suites are really plush and comfortable. The smaller "Grand Suites" are pretty reasonable for a big step up, but the larger rooms can get expensive.

Siena Suites (B+)

There are three suite types at the Sienna, the "Hotel Suite", "Deluxe Suite" and "Tower Suite". These suites are quite nice and comfortable.

Silver Legacy Suites (B-)

The suites at the Legacy are called "Spa Suites", so named because they have a spa in them.

Boomtown Suites (C+)

There are some suites in both the North and South Tower at Boomtown. They have a separate sitting area.

Nugget Suites (No Grade)

The suites here are called "Deluxe Tower Suite", and are in both the East and West towers. The Hospitality suites have a separate sitting area, the non-hospitality suites are extra large, but the sitting area is in the main room area. More information about the Nugget Suites.

Sands Suites (No Grade)

The Luxury Suites at the Sands are relatively large at almost 800 square feet, although they do not have two separate areas. More information about the Sands Suites.

Circus Circus Suites (No Grade)

There are "Mini Suites" and "VIP Suites" at the Circus.