Grand Sierra Resorts and Casino continues its ongoing quest to create an unparalleled guest experience by embarking on several resort improvements in early 2021. Advances in the resort experience include front door conversions of accommodation, room upgrades, expanded entertainment and dining options, and updates to resort common spaces.

“In 2011, owner Alex Meruelo invested in making GSR the premier gaming resort in Reno-Tahoe,” said Shannon Keel, GSR President and General Manager. “We take pride in providing a premium guest experience that provides the best amenities in northern Nevada. No resort in our area can match our swimming pool experience, entertainment options, or luxurious room finishes. These latest updates are simply a reflection of Meruelo’s commitment to excellence and his unbeatable pursuit of providing an unrivalled hospitality and guest experience.”

Most notable of the new updates is the design variation on the resort’s front porte cohere. Arriving at Reno’s top gaming destination, you’ll see a beautiful new stone facade, pole decor, wagon drive, improved overhead ceiling design, stunning brass doors and colorful water features that showcase eye-catching, color-changing lights.

“The Blossom,” a unique chandelier that spans 36 feet, weighs more than 16,500 pounds, and has 480 spotlights and 5,000 LED lights in total, welcomes guests inside. The design, with more than 600,000 hand-knitted Egyptian crystals on a carved brass frame structure, was inspired by the beauty and symbolism of the Sakura, or Japanese cherry blossom. Along with “The Blossom,” there are more than 135,000 colorful hand-made mosaic tile floors installed in 407 sections.

You can also find an overall update to the casino, which includes new flooring, fresh paint, and Scientific Games’ Duo Poo Duo Chai Coin Combo and Dancing Drum Prosperity, IGT’s treasure chest and more. In addition, Casual Restaurant 2nd Street Cafe Express will be updated with new finishes and expanded seating areas with improved menu offerings including fresh baked pastry, powerball, pokeball, sushi roll, charcuterie platter and more.

Just in time for summer, GSR’s The Pool is getting major updates with its innovative new food court featuring expanded bars featuring new signature cocktails such as Honey Mango Mule, Dragon Fruit Lemonade, and Watermelon Basil Margarita, as well as food trucks with snack bite options including Mexican menus and Asian concepts. Another recent addition to GSR’s The Pool is Millie the Duck, a 12-foot-tall duck sculptor who arrived at GSR from the resort’s sister property, Sahara Las Vegas. Millie is named after nearby Mill Street.

Just beyond the casino-level rendezvous bar, there are updates to the resort entertainment zone, which includes adding a jamba juice smoothie shop, updating the Fun Quest video arcade and entertainment center, and a multi-level renovation to the GSR bowling center. Upgrades to the bowling center include a new bar and grill, plus a new VIP bowling suite that includes eight VIP lanes and an accompanying private suite.

Resort upgrades continue at Summit Tower, where rooms are being refreshed to feature a luxurious but comfortable design aesthetic. Room updates include new Italian curved furniture with stone tops, a well-decorated headboard featuring custom scones and outlets, updated seating areas including well-lit workspaces, and custom closets. Room upgrades also include bathroom updates with new flute walnut vanities with custom mirrors, cream stone flooring and walls with contrasting slab accents. 슬롯사이트 추천 In addition to room updates, the Summit Tower guest hallway and elevator lobby will also be renovated to complement the room design.

Additional public area improvements include renovating the resort’s public toilets featuring large-scale travertine flooring and walls with contrasting accents and glass mosaics, as well as a new well-lit Vanity including the toilets and seats in the women’s bathroom, as well as large custom murals and warm cob lighting.

Since acquiring GSR in 2011, Alex Meruelo has invested more than $200 million in upgrading the resort. Nearly all properties have been enhanced, including the renovation of GSR’s 2,000 hotel rooms and casino floors; the renovation of The Pool, an open-air oasis year-round; the renovation of the 200,000-square-foot conference and convention space; the all-new Infinity High Limit Game Room; the renovation of the acclaimed historic Grand Theatre; the birth of the wildly popular Lex Nightball; the addition of the largest ethnic and sports books in northern Nevada; and new restaurants.

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