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Despite pandemic, hotel guests trickled in

By John Seelmeyer
Grand Sierra Resort

The hotel business in Reno and Sparks didn’t entirely come to an abrupt halt during the COVID-19 shutdown.

It just felt that way.

Hotels and motels in the area rented rooms for about 42,600 nights during April, according to figures collected by the Reno Sparks Conventions and Visitors Authority.

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