Satisfy Your Hunger With Something Different In Reno

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Goodeats historic towns, epic lake days and all the coffee you could hope for. That is exactly how it went for a lot of people who prefer visiting and staying in a luxury hotel in Reno. You can simply capitalize on your strength to explore the best of what the city has to offer. No matter that is chowing down on a Poke bowl at Food Truck Friday or climbing on the world’s “Tallest Artificial Climbing Wall” at Whitney Peak, you can never old back and do it all in Reno Tahoe.

Got Coffee?

You might not think of Reno when you think of some wonderful coffee, but we challenge you to check out one – or all – of the amazing coffee shops in and around the city. There are quite a lot of local roasteries serving up delicious tea and coffee, the majority of which offer quaint and comfortable places to plan your day’s adventures or simply take in the scenery. A favorite spot – Hub Coffee Roasters – is situated right on the Truckee River so you can take in the morning light reflecting off the river. What better way to start your day?

Climb To The Top Of The Top

Would you like to get a bird’s eye view of the city? We have got you covered. Whitney Peak Hotel, which is not far from a boutique motel in Downtown Reno, boasts an outdoor climbing wall that reaches 164 feet over Downtown Reno and the famous Reno Arch. The climbing wall has been recognized by the Guinness Book of World Records as the “Tallest Artificial Climbing Wall” and is a must-do for the ones on the lookout for a unique experience in and around the city.

The place is popularly known to offer a variety of other climbing options, including classes, indoor walls and bouldering. When you are all set to head out for a rock climbing adventure, there are a plethora of popular climbing spots within a short drive of the city.

Lake Daze

Now that you have worked up a sweat, cool off in the pristine waters of Lake Tahoe. Being the largest alpine lake in North America with 72 miles of oceanfront, there are a plethora of spots to relax on a sandy beach, cannonball off a boulder or paddle out onto the crystal clear water. The deep blue water of the lake is framed by pine trees and the majestic Sierra Nevada Mountains, meaning that regardless of where you find yourself spreading out of your towel, whether at Chimney Beach, Sand Harbor or another beach, the view will be second to none.

Fresh Food, Fresh Air

Summertime means dining al fresco in Reno Tahoe, and Food Truck Fridays at Idlewild Park is an even that can’t be missed. Come hungry because the weekly event usually draws around 35 food trucks, including those from favorite local restaurants.

Do not miss to book a room for rent in Reno at Kramer’s Midtown and enjoy trucks serving everything from Korean BBQ and poke bowls, t pizza and Mexican street tacos.