INTERIORS: International antique and art collections, dark woods, marble floors and rich, vibrant carpeting. The fun and excitement of Nevada’s silver mining era with European touches. Strong and stately, elegant and refined.
HEALTH SPA & POOL: Located on 4th floor of hotel tower. Outdoor pool, sundeck and Pool Bar. Health Spa features state-of–the-art exercise equipment, whirlpool bath, steambath, and full massage therapy services.
UNIQUE FEATURES: Rising from the casino floor, housed within the world’s largest composite dome, 180 foot in diameter, is a 120-foot high automated mining machine; constructed of steel with brass accents. The dome provides a unique environment created through the use of the latest in lighting, sound and special effects technology. The resort casino’s vibrant exterior facade of storefronts will recreate views of Reno in the 1890’s and early 1900’s along Virginia, Sierra, Fourth and Fifth streets, adding to the visual impact of the overall project.
SITE: Two city blocks from Virginia to West streets and Fourth Street north to Fifth Street. A skywalk links the hotel towers to the main casino, restaurant facilities and additional public areas on the mezzanine level. Skywalks also connect Circus Circus Hotel Casino on the north and the Eldorado Hotel Casino on the south to Silver Legacy.
ROOMS: Three-tiered hotel towers connecting into a “Y” configuration. Featuring 1,720 beautifully appointed guestrooms including, 145 player spa suites and eight penthouse suites.
West Tower – 37 Floors
East Tower – 34 Floors
North Tower – 31 Floors
Boasts Northern Nevada’s tallest tower — 37 floors and more than 400 feet high, it will be clearly visible from Interstate 80, the principle highway connecting Reno with northern California.
GAMING: 85,000 square feet of casino space with 2,500 slot machines and 80 table games. Two Keno Lounges. Race & Sports Book featuring largest video wall in downtown Reno.
PARKING: Ten above-grade levels of self-parking and valet service, totaling approximately 2,000 spaces. Four lanes of access off Sierra Street into the Porte Cochere; two lanes of access to self-parking areas with one level designated for hotel registration.