Western Village Inn and Casino in Reno from Cruzino.com

Western Village Inn and Casino
27,000 square foot casino offering over 850 slots and 9 tables. 285 rooms, three restaurants.

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Would you visit this hotel again?
yes 75%  25% no

Is this hotel family friendly?
yes 62%  38% no
Based on 8 total ratings.

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3stars  great Steaks!!
MY COUSIN IS A RESIDENT IN CARSON CITY. HE TOOK US TO DINNER AT THE STEAK HOUSE.
I WAS TOTALLY IMPRESSED AS I WALKED IN THE CASINO AND THROUGH TO THE STEAK HOUSE.
OUR STEAKS WERE EXCELLENT & generous portions!! I WAS ANXIOUS TO WALK AROUND THE CASINO. I HAD A SHORT TIME ON THE SLOTS AND MADE A FEW BUCKS.
I'D LIKE TO RETURN SOON.
I RAVED TO MY FAMILY HOW THE WESTERN VILLAGE LOOKED ON THE INSIDE. YOU WOULD NEVER THINK IT LOOKS SO NEON COLORFUL FROM THE OUTSIDE.
DIDN'T STAY AT THE HOTEL. " I'LL BE BACK! "

ALOHA,
HAWAII VISITOR
hawaii northshore visitor <Kimlynnp@yahoo.com>
Haleiwa, HI, USA - Monday, March 24, 2008 at 04:34:25 (CDT)
  ok i moved from reno quite some time ago, but in the time i have been gone there has been one thing i missed the most and that is the western vilage hotel and casino. i was to young to gamble when i lived in reno but i always went there with my parents for dinner at the few restraunts in the casino. food was ALWAYS great! and service prompt! after dinner my parents would play some slots and i would go up to the arcade upstairs and play video games. god, i will never forget the sounds of the slot machines. i lived in reno for my first 12 years, 7 years has passed and i can still remember vividly the sounds of change hitting the bucketts and people having a good time! in my time living in reno/sparks there were many casino/restraunts i went to with my parents and the western village was by far my favorite! oh and the "lake" mentioned in a previous post that runs by parallel to the hotell was a GIANT rock pit at one point in time. then in either 1996 or 1997 right before i moved reno and sparks had a pretty large flood! this pit was if i remember correctly hundreds of feet deep and a mile or 2 around or larger was filled by this flood. then later after we moved i heard they turned it into a park with a lake for boating and a beach, they even stocked it with fish for fishing!!! cool stuff! any way if your in the area check this place out!
S...
USA - Saturday, February 05, 2005 at 23:04:02 (PST)
  filthy carpet, no tv remote, no coffee maker, smelled, no clock - visually poor quality -
carole stewart <n/a>
seattle, wa, USA - Thursday, May 27, 2004 at 20:47:02 (PDT)
  I love staying there sure hope you still have 2 for 1 dinners at Mexiacan restaurant.
Georgianna Hamilton <Georgiana1@aol.com>
Paradise, Ca, USA - Tuesday, May 18, 2004 at 14:20:04 (PDT)
  Be sure to lock the chain on your door if you stay at the Western Village Inn. We checked in at midnight on a Friday night, the key we were given didn't work in the door, so the main desk sent their Security to try the pass key. We walked in on people sleeping in their bed!! Then after authorizing us a late checkout on Sunday, they sent the Security to use their pass key to kick us out of our room. Luckily I had the chain lock on the door, because I was in the shower when I heard the banging noise only to find my door open with the chain lock in place and two men yelling for me to leave "right now". When I went to complain to the management afterwards, the staff called me a liar about the authorization for a late checkout and that the incident on Friday night could not have happened. The Security chief found it humorous that his staff were walking in on people in their rooms and couldn't explain to me why they don't try using the phones first before barging into people's rooms. The manager wasn't expected to be available for about 2 more hours. Real convenient!!
Elsie Abbey <eabbey_99@yahoo.com>
Redding, CA, USA - Monday, May 03, 2004 at 21:05:39 (PDT)
  I am a local who has lived here, played here for 13 years and this casino is the best!! Have watched cocktail waitresses grow up here, work here to go on to college, have their babies here and this is one of the best kept secrets in Reno. Never g to another casino. Always bring family and friends here when they come in from out of town and Western Village always accomodates everyone!!

Employees and people visiting here come to know one another, so much many of us have become best friends, in and out of Western Villae.


Janice Salazar <jcsaladbar@aol.com>
Reno, Nv, USA - Tuesday, August 05, 2003 at 17:21:32 (PDT)
  I think downtown Reno with the big three casinos(Circus,Silver,Eldo) tied together was a bit too crowded for me. Western Village was a really cool casino where you get a more relaxed feel. The two different restaurants we visited were outstanding, we got good tasting food, well presented, fresh, large portions. We got service with a smile. (really!) When our check came, I was pleasantly surprised by what an outstanding value we had received, in both restaurants. California restaurant prices are no comparision to the everyday deals on the menu here. I suggest on your next visit to the area you should get out of downtown, (at least once) and out to Western village in Sparks. Continued: After our meal, we walked around the casino floor and found all of our favorite slot machines, (I'm a big video poker fan). We sat down to play the machines,and within just a few minutes a beautiful young lady came and offered us some complimentary drinks (cool!) I mentioned before, the ambiance here was very relaxed, music played in the backround somewhere, but it was good, NOT elevator music, or junk. The people that work in the casino here, had a different attitude, smiles, and friendly faces, and greetings, were normal here. ( I suspect that they must pay these workers more than other places;). I didn't win big on my first round on the slots, but I got to play for awhile just hitting some smaller pots. I had one eye on the crap table the whole time, and that was the loudest area in the whole casino. These people were really having a loud, rowdy, good time. I went over and joined in, and it was contagious! I was only betting like two dollars a roll of the dice but soon found myself cheering with the rest of the players. Again, if you are tired of being pushed, and crowded at the downtown Reno casinos, head east on I-80 a few miles and find a place with good food, good gaming, and good workers. Oh yeah, when we looked out our hotel window there is a huge lake right outside, very nice for an evening walk!
R <Rapidmew@yahoo.com>
G, CA, USA - Friday, July 25, 2003 at 17:57:23 (PDT)
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