Friday, May 4, 2012

A Unique Tuscan Village in the Heart of Reno

Where can you find 5 towers with a total of 1,630 rooms (785 suites), 9 unique restaurants, 16 themed bars and lounges, one of the hottest night clubs, convenient shuttle to an international airport, a state of the art fitness center, a Vegas-style casino that includes plenty on non-smoking gaming areas, a 33,000 sq. ft. luxurious spa with the nation’s only caldarium that includes an indoor pool, sundeck and secret garden, four diamond service AND over 106,000 sq. ft. of meeting space all in one place? Only at the Peppermill Resort and Spa in Reno, Nevada. 

Great for large associations, training conferences, sales meetings and incentive travel, The Peppermill was uniquely designed as a conference hotel first and foremost. Attendees can move between meeting rooms, sleeping rooms, recreational activities, restaurants, and bars without ever setting foot in the casino. And with endless entertainment and dining options, there’s no reason for them to ever have to leave the hotel. 

Best of all, the Peppermill is a meeting planner’s dream. There’s always a friendly and knowledgeable staff member ready to help where needed. The expansive and flexible meeting rooms feature state of the art built-in audio visual equipment and the hotel has its own in-house AV department. Free Wi-Fi covers every inch of the property. 

One of the most interesting features is the absolutely luxurious and cutting-edge executive boardroom. Imagine your executive team walking into a 17th-floor reception area with breathtaking views of downtown Reno and the surrounding mountainscapes. Up the glass spiral staircase they will find a 24-seat boardroom table with plenty of outlets, individual controls for pin spot lighting and beautiful leather ergonomic chairs. Floor to ceiling windows provide spectacular views while black out curtains ensure good visibility for the floor to ceiling screen at the front of the room. The room includes two video conferencing systems, each with three large, mounted flat screens and the session chair receives an iPad to control the room’s lighting, temperature and equipment. 

Like the fabulous executive boardroom, nothing on property is short of impressive. And to think it all started with a tiny coffee shop owned by two lifelong friends in 1971. In 1979, they expanded to include gaming and in 1980 they opened some motor lodge units. From there, it has not stopped growing.

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