The Grand Sierra Resort & Casino in Reno is offering two free nights, bookable through December 23rd.

You have to enter your zip code when searching for reservations, because the offer is restricted to guests from outside their local area.

A “Luxury Summit Suite” upgrade is $25 per night. Although I don’t quite understand how the website describes a standard room as ‘amost 500 square feet’ and then the more expensive suite as being ‘420 square feet’. Meanwhile, a Grand Suite is listed at $55 per night additional and clocks in at ‘558 square feet’.

It looks as though the offer is aimed at regular diners of Charlie Palmer’s Steak House, though appears bookable by anyone. The property itself looks ‘fine for Reno’ which is to say that I wouldn’t make a special trip because of free hotel nights. But if I was going to be in Reno anyway, it’s probably a decent enough place to stay relative to alternatives.

(Thanks to reader Stu for the pointer.)

  1. Jim Lewis said,

    Brilliant. I just took advantage of it for a trip I had planned in August.

    Thanks so much.

  2. Pegasus said,

    I stayed here before on Priceline, $25/night. It’s comparable to Holiday Inn.

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