Upon arrival to this low quality hotel and neighborhood, we almost decided to leave (even without getting money back), and instead drive home 160-miles, 3-hours! I would never recommend this hotel to anyone but a meth head or homeless person. The front desk woman seemed burned out, depressed, with no smiling, happy greeting or service. Our “non-smoking” room stunk of old cigarettes and filth, and was in very poor shape with patches on the ceiling and stains on the carpet and furniture. The walls were yellowed from smoke. The bathroom was clean and in decent repair to use. The sheets, pillows and towels appeared to be clean. So we decided to stay since we paid $215 for one night during Hot August Nights Car Show in Reno. The bed was in decent shape so sleep was possible, but we did not sit on any furniture without putting down a towel first. The wood furniture was decent and the microwave and refrigerator were clean and working. The TV was very small and the remote a joke without a “guide” button. I’m not even sure they really had HBO as advertised. There was minimal toiletries and no phone book or hotel rules or services directory. The pool had sleazy people hanging around and homeless people jumped the fence to take a dip. The entire property was run-down from the parking lot and fences, to sidewalks, to stairs, rails and the elevator. Clearly there is NO pride of hotel owners/managers. Security for our vehicles as well as for the door lock on the room were concerns. A middle entrance to the parking lot was chained off, so everyone’s access was through a narrow, sharp turn entrance by the office. Complimentary breakfast was a joke: green bananas, cold cereal & milk, gross oatmeal, cheap bread for toast, orange juice and coffee, with nothing individually packaged or served (like hard boiled eggs, muffins or yogurts) to take back to a room, forcing you to sit in a minimal cafeteria-style room behind the registration desk. When we checked out, the front office woman never asked how we liked our stay, because I believe she honestly doesn’t care knowing more unsuspecting people will be tricked into staying here by the online list of amenities. I told her there were some red stained towels on the 2nd floor stairwell landing where someone had vomited the night before (obviously no hotel staff makes rounds to keep the hotel grounds presentable). Disgusting hotel!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Siegel Suites 7th Street Apartments are a great place to stay in the beautiful city of Reno, Nevada. You are literally in walking distance to downtown Reno and the entertainment district. Our apartments are conveniently located near restaurants, cafes, parks, bowling alley, and other popular Reno destinations. We rent, fully furnished studio apartments that are move-in ready with and without kitchenettes. Want to bring your own bed or other furniture? No problem. We can quickly and easily remove what you want to bring. Rent your Reno apartment today with bad credit ok, no long term lease required, and your choice of low weekly* or monthly rent. Our studio apartments are a great value, with free utilities, free cable TV, Free WIFI, and more. Get more details below. Then call us or email us to reserve your Reno apartment at Siegel Suites 7th Street. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Days Inn Reno
- Reno Days Inn