First and foremost we recommend this accommodation for its useful on-site gym sporting new Precor equipment and its proximity to several off-site health clubs. There is a lot more to like too.Price: Moderately Expensive
If you can overlook the bright and tacky neon lights in the casino (bring your sunglasses for indoor wear), this massive 1635-room accommodation is an appealing choice for athletic-minded travelers who don't mind setting up a home-base a few miles south of downtown Reno's heart.Price: Moderately Expensive
Harrah's best attribute is its dead center location in the heart of downtown Reno. Two towers (East and West) house Harrah's 928 rooms. Neither is overly impressive, but both styles are good enough for budget-minded travelers.Price: Moderately Expensive
If staying in downtown Reno, the Siena is your best bet for comfort and ambiance, but not necessarily the workout.Price: Moderately Expensive
Nestled behind a newly-built shopping center (which includes a Starbucks and Beyond Juice) in South Reno is the 109-room Courtyard by Marriott.Price: Moderately Expensive
While we're not overly excited about this property after our visit, the dearth of appealing Reno hotels makes Grand Sierra worth recommending. The 1,000+ room property consists of two accommodations: the original hotel and a newer condominium tower (The Summit).Price: Moderately Expensive
Whitney Peak Hotel aims to connect its guests to the outdoors, and it starts by being surrounded by the Sierra Nevada mountains. This brand-new, downtown, Reno boutique hotel eschews the standard casino fare and focuses on some athletic-minded traveling instead.