We spent 2 days at Wildflower Village -when all other hotels in downtown were full booked and leftovers rooms too expensive for our pockets. So, we've got a good deal although the distance (bus takes about 1 hour to city on a round tour, 20 min from city ) was an inconvenient. We managed to go around using bus, went to the nearby 2 restaurants, and enjoyed the wild country view. Lady who owns the place was nice and upgraded our booking- free- to accommodate my mom disability. Room had a queen bed, private bathroom, small kitchenette, love sofa, table and 2 chairs for eating. No TV, but had a book on a night stand... Saw other books at the reception, I suppose are free for the guests.
Staying there was quite an experience for us. I suppose, for any person who is not too picky or too fussy, this can be a good (and economical) place to stay while enjoying Reno.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Quiet, quaint & so unique. Hotels, studios, hostel, chapel, coffee/gift shop, two art galleries with art classes and retreats, even Penske Truck rental & supplies located on 6+ acres in a country setting, just 2 miles from downtown. 30 minute drive to Truckee, CA and 45 minutes to Lake Tahoe and ski resorts. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Wildflower Village Reno
- Wildflower Village Hotels And Hostel Reno, Nevada