Upgraded Rooms

Many rooms in the casinos have recently undergone major renovations. These rooms can be quite comfortable to stay in, and are usually a better choice over standard rooms.

Nugget Upgraded Rooms (A)

The Nugget remodeled rooms in their East Tower. When we went for a tour of the rooms, they were quite nice. More information about the Nugget Upgraded Rooms.

Peppermill Upgraded Rooms (A-)

The Peppermill has two upgraded rooms, the "Deluxe" room, which has been recently remodelled, and the "Tower" room. They are in the process of upgrading the "Tower" rooms. However, we've seen them, and they're as good as any other "upgraded room" in Reno!

Siena Upgraded Rooms (B+)

Since the Siena was completely remodeled in the last several years, the rooms are newer and nicer. The Upgraded rooms are called "Standard Queen", "Deluxe Queen", and "Deluxe King".

Eldorado Upgraded Rooms (B+)

All the rooms at the Eldorado are least what BLW classifies as "Upgraded", there's nothing old and outdated here! They call their rooms the "Petite Economy Room", "Standard Room", "Deluxe Room", and "Luxury Room".

Atlantis Upgraded Rooms (B)

The upgraded rooms at the Atlantis are the Concierge Tower Rooms, and the Luxury Tower Rooms. The Concierge tower is key-card access only.

Boomtown Upgraded Rooms (B)

Rooms in the "North Tower" are standard rooms, and come in either two-queen or a single-king configuration. The "Deluxe" rooms have a mountain view, where the "Classic" rooms do not.

Silver Legacy Upgraded Rooms (B-)

The Legacy's standard rooms are all newer, but not new. Expect comfortable *relatively* modern amenities. They're not old and run-down by any means, though.

Harrah's Upgraded Rooms (C+)

Both the East Tower rooms and West Tower rooms are claimed to be fully remodeled. They are, but they're not that fresh. They're fine, they're not old, but they're certainly not as nice as some of the newer remodels in the area.