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Best poker room, you can help your self with excellent hot chocolate, coffee, waters. Apple ciders, teas, ect. People are friendly, and lots of new players, tourist.. easy to win. Do not play at Thunder Valley Lincoln Ca, and defenitly do not play at Graton...More
I was surprised at this resort. Our room was very clean, bathroom very clean and the bed was very very comfortable . The only thing that I wish was different was that there were safes in the rooms and mini fridges. Being a casino a...More
Let me start off by saying that I was here for work meetings. The last time I was in this area we stayed in a casino hotel in Sparks. I was expecting the same and boy was I pleasantly surprised! The Silver Legacy rocks. Big...More
The rooms are clean and acceptable, but old - like Reno itself, you can tell the place’s best days are probably in the past given all the competition from Indian casinos in Northern CA. There is a small hot water/coffee maker (pods etc) in the...More
Response from EldoradoResortsInc, Public Relations Manager at Silver Legacy Resort CasinoResponded 1 week ago
On behalf of the Silver Legacy, thank you for taking the time to comment about your stay. We do apologize that we did not quite meet your expectations and that you were somewhat disappointed with our decor and property. We hope we can...More
I have stayed at Silver Legacy over 20 times. I prefer Reno over Las Vegas because once you've seen the hotels and lights in Vegas, it's pretty much over. I'm sorry to say that the Silver Legacy has taken a page out of the Vegas...More
It seems "these days" that virtually all hotel/resorts in both Las Vegas and Reno have this "resort fee." It varies, but generally is in the $20 - $30 per night range. I believe the Silver Legacy's was $30/night.