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Atlantis named #1 Reno Hotel in U.S. News & World Report’s Best Hotels of 2017 Rankings




Atlantis Casino Resort Spa is honored to reveal that it has been recognized as Reno’s top hotel by national publisher, U.S. News & World Report, as recently announced in its annual Best Hotel Rankings program. Additionally, Atlantis’ Concierge Tower, the only of its kind in northern Nevada, has earned the prestigious award program’s second highest mark, just behind the Atlantis property as a whole.

“This accolade reinforces our steadfast commitment to deliver an exceptional guest experience,” said Cheraz Ecker, Atlantis Casino Resort Spa General Manager. “It’s an honor to be recognized and to continue to lead the industry in hospitality excellence.”

Atlantis offers 824 luxuriously appointed guest rooms that are thoughtfully designed for relaxation and comfort, including its Concierge Tower, with VIP check-in and a key-card access glass-enclosed elevator ride to the top. These one-of-a-kind accommodations feature custom furnishings and access to the 25th floor Concierge Lounge with complimentary continental breakfast and afternoon hors d’oeuvres overlooking the surrounding cityscape.

According to U.S. News & World Report, the seventh annual Best Hotels rankings evaluate more than 3,000 luxury properties across the United States, the Caribbean, Canada and Mexico. The methodology accounts for both expert and guest sentiment, in addition to the various industry accolades a hotel receives. In addition to its latest industry accolade, Atlantis is AAA Four Diamond rated and Forbes Travel Guide Recommended.


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Atlantis wine dinners are collaborative expressions of an award-winning culinary staff, wine program (sponsored)

On Tuesday, July 25, the Atlantis will welcome Cain Vineyard & Winery to the property, sharing four wines, from 2008-2016, alongside a menu curated to both complement and contrast the wines.