Peppermill opens $400 million hotel expansion
Since opening as a small coffee shop in 1971, The Peppermill resort-casino has become synonymous with great food and customer service and is a favorite among visitors and locals alike. After 36 years in business the Peppermill recently unveiled a $400 million expansion and features some of the largest, most lavish accommodations available in northern Nevada.
The new Tuscany tower showcases eight distinct room designs that range from 550 square feet to 2,220 square feet. Each of the new 600 rooms have plush pillow-top king size beds, two high-definition televisions, custom-made furniture, custom hand-painted art and Wi-Fi access. The European-style soaking tubs, enclosed shower with dual shower heads and marble flooring, accentuate the beauty and luxury of the Tuscan theme.
The Peppermill's new Tuscany Ballroom features 62,000 square feet and is the largest free-span convention center in northern Nevada. The Tuscany Ballroom will host artists such as Willie Nelson, Merle Haggard and Howie Mandel in the upcoming months.
The new expansion also adds the 10th and newest restaurant, Biscotti's, to the Peppermill's culinary lineup. The inventive menu introduces new dishes and twists on classic comfort food, and an extensive wine bar and cellar make for a memorable meal.
The expansion is continuing into 2008 with a three-story spa and salon, resort pools with Tuscan gardens and a new steakhouse slated to open in the fall. Visit the Peppermill at www.peppermillreno.com to make room reservations for the new Tuscany tower.