With a stay at Whitney Peak Hotel, you'll be centrally located in Reno, steps from Reno Arch and National Bowling Stadium. This hotel is within close proximity of Reno Events Center and National Automobile Museum.
Make yourself at home in one of the 310 air-conditioned rooms featuring refrigerators and flat-screen televisions. Your memory foam bed comes with down comforters. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and cable programming is available for your entertainment. Private bathrooms with shower/tub combinations feature designer toiletries and complimentary toiletries.
Rec, Spa, Premium Amenities
Don’t miss out on recreational opportunities including a nightclub and a fitness center. Additional features include complimentary wireless Internet access, concierge services, and gift shops/newsstands.
Grab a bite to eat at the hotel's restaurant, which features a bar, or stay in and take advantage of room service (during limited hours). Quench your thirst with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge. Continental breakfasts are available daily for a fee.
Business, Other Amenities
Featured amenities include a computer station, complimentary newspapers in the lobby, and dry cleaning/laundry services. Planning an event in Reno? This hotel has 20,000 square feet (2 square meters) of space consisting of a conference center, conference space, and meeting rooms. A shuttle from the hotel to the airport is provided for a surcharge at scheduled times, and self parking (subject to charges) is available onsite.
Reno is usually about dingy hotel rooms inside of casinos. This hotel was the first time we had ever seen anything different, and it was really nicely done. The renovation was high end and nicely done, from the public spaces to the individual rooms. The staff was also super friendly.
There were two drawbacks. One was the parking. The garage was really gross, with garbage everywhere and even an abandoned car. The garage entrance is far from the hotel entrance. The garage has an attendant hiding in a room so it's as though the garage is unattended and anyone off the street can go in there. And on top of all that the hotel doesn't validate parking. It's just a random downtown garage that isn't part of the hotel and doesn't feel very safe. The other drawback was that everything in the hotel closes early so if you want to do anything other than sleep you might have to go to the casinos anyway.
Decor, room & staff were amazing. The hotel has a very active-lifestyle, current, relevant, green, boutique vibe. Very hippster yet unpretentious and comfortable. We will say here everytime we are in Reno. It is also right in the heart of the casino strip if that's your thing and the river district. Hotel restaurant has a great vibe but we had dinner elsewhere.
Excited to eat at the restaurant, we were disappointed to be told there was a wait for the kitchen to catch up even though half the restaurant was empty. We don't terribly mind a wait but were further surprised that we were not offered an empty table for a drink or two. No pagers or method of contact were available to let us know when they could seat us, which made the situation a bit more ackward. We finally made the decision to eat elsewhere, at Campo and were so glad we did. Excellent food & service!
Small corridors in entrance area, no casino
Whitney peak is right in the heart of reno. Its the perfect location and right on the strip of downtown reno. The rooms are spacious, clean, neat, and comfy. Most definitely will stay here again on my next trip to reno.
The only negative thing i have to say about whitney peak is the parking, which is across the street from the hotel and plus its an additional charge. Otherwise, all is good.
I enjoy the central location of the hotel and the walkability to restaurants and bars. Beds were very comfortable and the hotel restaurant was very good and $ reasonable. Hotel reminds of Hard Rock Hotel (light). Would definitely stay again and recommend others to do so.
The free Wifi was a little hit or miss, mostly a miss. Room was little cozy, but acceptable for 2. the rooms were very clean, but house keeping staff did forget to leave soap and face towels. Disappointed that there was no pool, but management said one is coming in the not so distant future.
New, modern and very clean. Nice decoration and atmosphere. The location could not be any better.
No pool or spa. Restaurant service was slow. Bartenders were slow. Restaurant value was low. I will probably not stay there again.
The restaurant was phenomenal, along with the room and rock gym. I really loved the place.
The front desk clerk never asked how my stay was, which implies he didn't care. I went out of my way to tell him about a clogged drain issue in my room and he didn't empathize at all or attempt to reconcile the situation. I just left, and plan to write the Whitney peak management so that they can improve on guest relations.
The location was ideal & everything was within walking distance.
Due to a local festival going on, the parking was very difficult. Also, the sign of the hotel was not easily visible from the road.
So some positives were the location (right next to the welcome to reno sign), the rock climbing on the side of the building (I didn't get to try but seemed great). Pork chops were good, huge portion with spinach was good. The coconut vanilla organic tea was awesome. The staff was very friendly and eager to help out. I would stay here again.
The entrance is not the greatest but they said it was because of the win festival so everyone had to valet. The air conditioner in the hallways was out, they said they were working on in when we got there upon check out 2 night later it was still out. Not a casino which sucks kinda miss coming downstairs and gambling.
The bed was nice.
Valet took 1 hour to get my car. Hotel is hard to find, there is no major street you can use to get there. Staff seemed too young, immature, and didnt really care about guest's concerns. Restaurant is not good but ok if your starving. They make it seem like your staying at the most luxurious place on earth but its nothing fancy. And who cares about rock climbing? Get a pool or something!
The room & view were both beautiful. The smoke-free atmosphere is hard to come by in Reno. They are dog friendly and the rock wall is amazing.
When I got there I had to carry my luggage and a sleeling child by myself. not a single employee asked if I needed help. Thank goodness there were mond guests at the hotel who helped me on to the elevator. I went to eat at the restaurant that was attached to the hotel, Heritage, & I kept being told they were understaffed. The food was good, but the customer service wasn't. I ordered a cheeseburger for my son and a cobb salad without onions for myself. When our food arrived there was no cheese on the burger and there were onions on my salad. It took me a good 10 mins to flag down my server to get our food fixed. On the day we were leaving, we waited to try and get on an elevator for over 45 minutes because they only have 2 elecators for the entire hotel. We ended up using some crazy staircase they led us in the wrong direction. Long story short the hotel is beautiful. The customer service is horrible.
We had stayed at the Silver Legacy the night before so coming to Whitney Peaks was a breath of fresh air if you don't like smokey casinos. The rooms are great size for a family of four.
They really need to work on the elevator situation. For a hotel of that size to only have two working elevators is unacceptable. Expect 5 min waits at the elevator and to squeeze like sardines when you get on.
Comfy room, great location (I was traveling on Amtrak, which is only 2 short blocks away), friendly, enthusiastic staff; tasty nibbles in the concierge/executive lounge
Staff is still a bit green; Breaking a $20 bill at the front desk shouldn't require the desk staff having to leave the desk to go to the office I didn't realize mixed drinks were available in the conc. lounge until I was ready to leave