Desert Rose Inn

655 West 4th Street, Reno, Nevada, 89503, United States
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Visiting Reno in May

by sunnyaz63

I Will be visiting the Reno/Tahoe area about the 3rd week of May and was wondering how warm do I need to dress. I will be touring Reno,Tahoe and Virginia City.

I am from Phoenix and it is pretty hot in May.


Re: Visiting Reno in May

by travelgourmet

Reno and Virginia City will be lovely in the merry month of May. Past average for high is the mid 70's and lows in the low 40's. Pleasant in the day, cool to cold at night. I only know the North Tahoe area at Incline Village. It is about the same as Reno in late May. Great crisp, clean, clear weather.

Re: Visiting Reno in May

by DSwede

To build on Larry's post, I will say that Reno can be warm/hot in May (mid 70's). Virginia City can be still quite cool, particularly if there is a breeze (low 60's). Incline Village tends to be in the middle of those since the Lake helps regulate the temperatures (low 60's).

All places can drop into the upper 30's or 40's at night. Best to bring a couple light layers and shed or add them as you need.

These are average temps, so allow for some swing.

Travel Tips for Reno

Lock em up!

by thecatsmeow

I don't know what I would do without an in room safe. At the Eldorado they are rather small but I am able to fit a few camera's and other important items into it. I have to bring several prescriptions with me so I always lock them up when I am not around. Also because this is a gaming town its a good idea to only carry what you believe you will need for the day and lock up the rest. Not only for protection against others but for protection against yourself!

Reno is a people watching...

by BrendaLehr

Reno is a people watching place it is great to see such a varitety of people, all ages, races, colors, and social classes, all together in the same place. I think I go to Reno for the noise, it is full of bells and whistles always something happening and movement.

Can You Win at Poker?

by SteveOSF

Poker is a game of skill. In the casino environment, poker players play against each other and the house only takes a fee, or rake, out of each pot. Often this rake is 5 or 10 percent of each pot with a cap of some specified dollar amount placed on how much can be taken out of a single pot. The better players will defeat the less skilled over the long rung. But the casino will accumulate chips by skimming money from each pot. A skilled player must not only beat his or her fellow players, but must win enough to overcome the rake. At a table of equally skilled players, eventually all the money will be siphoned out of the game and no one will win. The casino does not care if you win or lose at poker, since they win a small amount from each pot played.

America Goes Bowling!

by mcpangie

Spectators of all ages watch the competions held in the National Bowling Stadium. I saw teenaged groupies getting blowling pins signed by their favorite PBA champs. I saw a woman with a half-ream of paper of what I figured were her favorite PBA champs she'd printed from the Internet, taking notes studiously. On Sunday I watched on ESPN because I'd have a better seat without waking up early. She turned out to the ESPN's reporter!

Bring a Watch

by SteveOSF

It is nearly impossible to find a clock in a casino. Casinos never close and their management does not want you to realize how long you have been in there or that it is time to go to bed. In fact, you usually can not even tell if it is night or day outside.

Carry a watch so you don’t loose track of time. A watch will help you from gambling way too long in any one session. It will assist in preventing you from missing your dinner or show. In fact, it might aid you to actually use your hotel room to get some sleep when in town.

Cell phones do show the time. But a watch is more convenient since you don’t have to dig it out to check the time. A watch is always available to see and makes it easier to keep track of time.


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Address: 655 West 4th Street, Reno, Nevada, 89503, United States