Grand Sierra Resort
Reno, once the divorce destination of America and then mostly perceived as a scrubby version of Vegas seems poised for a revitalization. The former Reno Hilton will now be home to the Grand Sierra Resort and Convention Center, a four-star development that includes two condo/hotel towers, a casino, and waterparks. The resort is on 148 acres with a 38-acre lake and includes a spa, restaurants, shopping areas and family friendly amenities such as a bowling alley, aquatic golf driving range, and a children's adventure center. The resort also has a dinner theater and a wedding chapel. The Grand Sierra Resort is selling condo hotel rooms on the top floors of the existing 27-story Sierra Tower at prices ranging from $260,000 to $1,250,000.