Whitney Peak Hotel
What We Love
- Panoramic views of the Sierra Nevada Mountains right from the bedroom
- The hotel has both a world-class rock climbing wall and a live concert venue
- Chef Mark Estee's Heritage Restaurant, which serves the freshest local American cuisine in Reno
- Concierge Level rooms and suites located on the 15th and 16th floor offer access to an exclusive lounge (with amenities including free breakfast, light snacks, hors d'oeuvres, beverages and sweets)
What To Know
- This is a non-gaming hotel, but casinos are a short walk away
- Pets are permitted at an additional cost of $50 per day
- Smoking is not permitted
- Free WiFi
- Handicap Accessible
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
Located in the heart of Reno, against the backdrop of the Sierra Nevada Mountains, the Whitney Peak Hotel provides a luxury boutique hotel experience as an alternative to the pricey and mega gaming-centric hotels of Nevada. With features like the world’s tallest rock-climbing wall, an 1,100-person-capacity private music venue and an inspired farm-to-table restaurant, the hotel is a draw for families and couples alike. Interiors embrace the natural beauty of the mountains, incorporating warm hues of gold and natural wood decor, while walls are lined with local art. Guestrooms at the Whitney Peak are both modern and comfortable, starting at 350 square feet and featuring panoramic mountain views.
In the Area
There’s no shortage of gaming in this city, if that is indeed what you seek. Take a short walk to the many casinos or to Campo Restaurant located on the Riverwalk overlooking the Truckee River. Afterward, stroll down to the local bar, the Lincoln Lounge, which has more than 100 craft beers on tap. Those looking for a more family-friendly experience can go to the Live from the Arch outdoor concerts, which are hosted next to the Reno Arch. There are many museums in the area, but the National Automobile Museum is a must-see, with cars dating from the late 19th century to modern day.
How to Get There
Well sadly this fabulous hotel has really taken a turn for the worst. A stay this weekend although conveniently located.
Resulted in many flea bites and a room with a cigarette smell even though non smoking here, a call down stairs resulted in an offer to come up and spray some fabreeze .
The carpet was stained with pet??
It’s nice to offer rooms for pets but the cleaning must happen and with the rates as high as they are clean and vermin free would be expected.
Employees were personable but lacked the service I’ve had and loved here in the past.
The staff was very helpful and very professional. The valet service was absolutely amazing. We’ve never been to Reno before but when we come back, we already know where we are going to stay. The place was great.
When we checked in, Dustin, the person helping us, asked if this was our first visit. After I explained this was our 4th visit, he did some checking and said he could upgrade us to a King suite with access to the club lounge, neither we had experienced before. Our suite was on the 16th floor, the top floor, and was a comfortable two room suite with a kitchenette (microwave, fridge, sink and breakfast bar eating area) and living area in one room and the bedroom in the other. Both rooms had a TV. We had taken a good friend out to dinner, but the restaurant was so noisy we decided to go to our hotel room for some quiet conversation. The suite was idea for this, and we had a lovely evening. Staying at Whitney Peak has given us a much more favorable impression of Reno than we had when staying at the resorts.