Grand Sierra Resort and Casino is a festival sponsor and venue host for Artown July Festival and Encore.
Grand Sierra Resort and Casino (GSR) is in the heart of Reno Tahoe USA. GSR is northern Nevada’s most complete resort destination with nearly 2,000 guest rooms and suites. The property offers a wide variety of accommodations with amenities that include 200,000 square feet of meeting and convention space, branded retail shopping, headliner entertainment, a cinema, a 50-lane championship bowling center, outdoor thrill rides, aqua golf driving range, the largest casino north of Las Vegas with 24 hours of heart-pounding action plus so much more. GSR is a proud member of Summit Hotels and Resorts, a prestigious brand of Preferred Hotel Group.
John Ascauga’s Nugget
John Ascauga’s Nugget is the host hotel for Opening and Closing Nights, Family Series, World Music Series and Missoula Children’s Theatre.
John Ascuaga’s Nugget features over 1,500 hotel rooms in two luxurious hotel towers – East and West, and the Nugget Courtyard. It’s conveniently located adjacent to I-80 less than five minutes from the Reno-Tahoe International Airport and downtown Reno and in the heart of the Victorian Square, home of many fun regional special events. The views of the Reno city lights and magnificent Sierra Nevada Mountains are spectacular.
Reno Tahoe USA
In Reno Tahoe USA, your stay is as important as what you do while you’re here. It’s got to fit your style, your needs, and of course, your budget. Plan your getaway today at any one of our first-class hotels, motels and gaming properties in addition to numerous vacation rental options, all within a short distance of the Reno-Tahoe International Airport.
No resort destination in North America has a stronger lineup of unique, highly attended special events than Reno Tahoe USA! Coupled with the beauty of our high desert scenery nestled along the foothills of the Sierra Nevada, the tranquil setting of a river running through the heart of a vibrant downtown, and the delightful mild climate . . . . . there’s at least 1,000 reasons to visit. See for yourself!