TripAdvisor Ranks Atlantis No. 1 Resort in Reno

By Sponsored Content, July 11, 2017

Atlantis Casino Resort Spa is a AAA Four Diamond property with the finest service in the perfect location, making it the ultimate resort. Recognized for state-of-the-art meeting facilities, dynamic casino action, award-winning dining, a revitalizing spa and luxurious accommodations, Atlantis offers guests everything they are looking for in a casino resort.

Atlantis is proud to have been named U.S. News & World Report’s No. 1 Reno resort in 2017, as well as USA Today’s No. 1 casino outside of Las Vegas. More than 60,000 square feet makes up the casino floor, where guests can play the newest slot machines and table games, oftentimes the first offered in northern Nevada. One of the more popular team building activities at Atlantis includes its free slot tournaments and poker games.

On the nonsmoking second floor, Atlantis offers 50,000 square feet of flexible meeting space, and is the only resort connected to the 500,000-sq.-ft. Reno-Sparks Convention Center via a glass-enclosed, climate-controlled Sky Bridge. All of Atlantis’ meeting space is in close proximity to guest room elevators, restrooms, the business center, dining and the high-tech Executive Boardroom. Atlantis offers two expansive ballrooms that are more 12,000 square feet in size with ample pre-function space and multiple breakout meeting rooms. All meeting rooms feature the latest high-tech features, and HD-screens provide crystal-clear clarity for presentations and videos.

Atlantis offers 824 luxuriously appointed guest rooms and suites, and Reno’s only exclusive Concierge Hotel Tower, with dramatic views of the Sierra Nevada Mountains from its exclusive 25th floor Concierge Lounge. The Concierge Lounge provides guests complimentary continental breakfast and afternoon hors d’oeuvres, business services and more. Atlantis has been named Reno’s No. 1 resort by TripAdvisor guests, and “Best Overall Resort” by Casino Player Magazine readers.

Led by the High Sierra Chefs Association’s Chef of the Year, Atlantis offers eight award-winning restaurants, satisfying any palate. Atlantis is proud to have recently won the title, “Casino with the Best Variety of Restaurants” by Casino Player Magazine readers.

After a full day of meetings or gaming, there is no better place to go to relax than Spa Atlantis, the only Forbes Travel Guide Four Star spa in northern Nevada. Guests are invited to discover unique treatments such as the Pantai Luar Eastern Asian massage, Rasul Mineral Mud Ceremony or Cleopatra Milk and Honey Cocoon, each providing their own healing properties to offer a treatment designed with health in mind. Spa Atlantis features various lounges for guests to relax, including the Laconium Relaxation Lounge and the Brine Inhalation-Light Therapy lounge, which brings a climate of an ocean shore, combining salt aerosols and chromotherapy to improve the respiratory system.

Nestled at the base of the Sierra Nevada Mountains, Reno enjoys more than 300 days of sunshine each year. Winter has snowfall, but is light on the valley floor, though heavy in the upper elevations. In the summer, highs are typically in the low to mid 90s. Reno is known for its active summer season, full of festivals and activities outdoors, and is a mere 30 minutes away from Lake Tahoe, with world-class skiing and beaches.

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