Reno, NV
By Summer Brons

Known as "The Biggest Little City in the World", Reno is a fun-filled vacation destination offering unlimited entertainment options. Ranking fourth in population in the state of Nevada, Reno is far more than just a gambler's town. is your one-stop shop for booking your next trip to Reno. With the Reno-Tahoe International Airport (RNO) just five minutes from downtown, flying in is a breeze. Reno's airport offers service from eight different airlines and services over four million travelers each year, making it the 60th busiest airport in the United States. You can book your trip to Reno with by clicking this link ( But don't forget about your hotel; can also help with that. By clicking here (, you can start your search for low pricing.   

Get your vacation started however you like; this city is a perfect blend of both outdoor and indoor activity. While the winter season does draw a lot of tourists thanks to the 18 nearby ski resorts, Reno is an outdoor enthusiast's paradise year-round. Golfers love it for the more than 50 golf courses within 90 minutes. Hiking, mountain biking, camping, and rock climbing may be popular activities as well, but if you're looking to experience something a little different, give some thought to air adventure. If you've ever thought about jumping out of an airplane, skydiving is a common activity here in Reno; along with hang-gliding, airplane tours, and hot air balloon rides. One you see the beautiful Nevada landscape from the ground, you'll be able to imagine why folks love to see it from above. If you like watersports, Reno has you covered there, too. Whitewater rafting, sailing, and fishing are all available thanks to surrounding lakes and the Truckee River.    

Folks who aren't quite the thrill-seeking type will still have plenty of things to do in Reno. knows the shopping is great here, with Meadowood Mall and The Summit being two of the hotspots. Deal-seekers will also want to venture to Reno's sister town of Sparks to peruse The Legends at Sparks Marina, which offers outlet shopping and the world's largest all-sports store, Scheels. The cultural scene is also strong in Reno, with an arts district lining the Truckee River that hosts a variety of museums and galleries.    

Food is always a crowd-pleaser, especially when it comes to vacations. Reno has some excellent dining choices, whether you're in the mood for international cuisine, unique local fare, classic favorites, or an upscale meal experience. is certain that every appetite will be satisfied while in Reno. The neighboring cities of Sparks and Tahoe expand the menu further still, if your tastebuds long for even more.    

Obviously, can't discuss Reno without touching on the city's amazing nightlife. "Last call" is not a phrase you'll hear while out and about in this town! From swanky nightclubs to sports bars, Reno has an all-hours venue for thirsty folk no matter the preferred scene. Casinos are also still just as enjoyable here as ever, and with so many to choose from you're free to try your luck amongst this adult playground as long as your budget allows for it.    

Whether you're into the great outdoors, or hoping to brush-up on your blackjack skills, Reno is the place to be! Book your trip with and enjoy our great rates for your next getaway.


  • 1. Circus Circus Reno
  • 2. National Automobile Museum
  • 3. Sierra Safari Zoo
  • 4. Idlewild Park
  • 5. Nevada Museum of Art
  • 6. Atlantis Casino
  • 7. Terry Lee Wells Nevada Discovery Museum
  • 8. Virginia Lake Park
  • 9. Truckee River Walk
  • 10. Mount Rose Ski Resort


  • 1. RenoFest Bluegrass Festival - March
  • 2. International Bachata Festival - April
  • 3. Reno Jazz Festival - April
  • 4. Reno Turkish Festival - May
  • 5. Cinco de Mayo - May
  • 6. Reno River Festival - June
  • 7. Fourt of July Fireworks - July
  • 8. Best in the West: Rib-Cook Off - August/September
  • 9. Celtic Celebration - October
  • 10. Oktoberfest - October


Homewood Suites by Hilton Reno
5450 Kietzke Lane, Reno, NV
By Richard Twaddell

The hotel is centrally located so as to access downtown Reno and all it has to offer. Reno-Tahoe International (RNO) Airport is just minutes away; no need to hurry as check is 4 p.m. If you are early to arrive there is a luggage holding service so that you may begin to enjoy your visit in Reno immediately. Transportation to and from Reno-Tahoe International (RNO) Airport is provided by the Whittlesea Taxi Service.

The suites of the hotel are designed to give you all the luxuries of home while on your next trip or vacation. The different size suites that are available at this hotel are studio, one bedroom or two bedroom suites. There are different bedding options in the suites including two double beds and/or one king bed depending on the size of the room. If you are traveling with an infant, cribs are available upon request. Each suite has a kitchen that includes a full refrigerator, stove, dishwasher, and microwave. There is a color television in each suite that has a full cable package, as well as children’s video rental. Vacationers can use the complimentary high speed wireless internet to stay on top of their emails and surf the internet.

Homewood Suites by Hilton, Reno has some great amenities that guests can utilize during their stay. Guests can keep up their normal fitness work out in the hotel’s fitness center. There is an outdoor pool that guests can relax in after a long day, or swim in for exercise. If you need to wash your clothes, the hotel offers a laundry room for guests. The business center is open each day and offers printing, faxing, and other services. Lastly, pets are welcome but there are fees and size limitations.

Spend your time in the heart of downtown Reno and easily enjoy all the city has to offer by booking your room at Homewood Suites by Hilton, Reno (