Silver Legacy Resort & Casino, Reno

Silver Legacy Resort & Casino, Reno

Silver Legacy Resort & Casino is a prominent hotel and casino situated in downtown Reno. It forms part of a network of connected hotel-casinos in the downtown Reno core, alongside Circus Circus Reno and Eldorado Reno. With over 1,700 hotel rooms and suites, Silver Legacy is known for its extensive accommodations. Notably, it holds the distinction of being the tallest building in Reno, offering stunning views of the city and the surrounding Sierra Nevada mountains.

Silver Legacy boasts a diverse selection of dining options, including six restaurants. Café Central, formerly known as Sweetwater Café and Café Sedona, provides a casual dining experience. Canter's Delicatessen, previously known as Fresh Express Food Court and Triple Play Sports Grill, offers a range of deli-style cuisine. For those seeking a fine dining experience, Ruth's Chris Steak House, formerly Sterling's Seafood Steakhouse, is an excellent choice. Other dining establishments include Sips Coffee and Tea, Starbucks, and The Pearl Oyster Bar & Grill, which pays homage to the former Fairchild's Oyster Bar that was open at Silver Legacy until 2013.

In addition to its dining options, Silver Legacy features a variety of retail stores within the resort casino. The Boutique, Tradewinds Casualwear, Reflections, Carriage House, The Gift Shop, and Chester's Harley-Davidson offer guests a range of shopping experiences. In 2015, two new retail stores were opened: Lil' Big Stuff Kid's Sweet Boutique, a children's store offering clothing, toys, accessories, and retro candy, and Libellule Florals, a floral boutique.

As part of the connected network of hotel-casinos, Silver Legacy contributes to the vibrant atmosphere and entertainment options in downtown Reno. Its blend of accommodations, gaming, dining, and retail experiences make it a premier destination for visitors seeking a memorable stay in the heart of the city.

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Sight Name: Silver Legacy Resort & Casino
Sight Location: Reno, USA (See walking tours in Reno)
Sight Type: Attraction/Landmark
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