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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Nugget Casino Resort (formerly Dick Graves' Nugget and John Ascuaga's Nugget) is a hotel and casino located in Sparks, Nevada. It is owned and operated by Marnell Gaming. The main portion of the casino consists of two 29-story towers nestled between Interstate 80 and the Union Pacific rail yard. Treat your guests to a one-of-a-kind gathering at the Nugget Casino Resort in Sparks, Nevada. Ideally located in the heart of Victorian Square, with complimentary shuttle service to and from Reno-Tahoe International Airport, we provide the perfect setting for group travel with a variety of flexible meeting and banquet venues, beautifully designed accommodations and abundant onsite amenities. Nugget Casino in Reno on YP.com. See reviews, photos, directions, phone numbers and more for the best Casinos in Reno, NV.
1100 Nugget Avenue,NV 89431Reno
This Sparks casino hotel is located in the Sierra Nevada Mountains. This resort features a casino, a nightclub and 8 restaurants and bars.
Free WiFi is provided in each guest room at Nugget Casino Resort. Rooms include a cable TV with in-room movies. The spacious private bathrooms are equipped with hairdryers. Room service is also available.
The casino at Nugget Casino Resort offers 24-hour gaming, including blackjack, roulette, craps, specialty table games and a Poker Room, as well as Keno, a new Bingo Hall, a full-service Sports Book, slots and video poker.
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Nugget Casino Resort offers guests an indoor pool, a hot tub, 8 individual bubble pools and a gym. The Skywalk Arcade, located in the hotel, provides a variety of games and a large gift shop is located on site.
Reno-Tahoe International Airport is 10 minutes’ drive from Nugget Casino Resort.
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Facilities of Nugget Casino Resort
- WiFi in all areas
- Golf course (within 2 miles)
- Ski storage
Food & Drink
- Vending machine (drinks)
- Vending machine (snacks)
Pool and Spa
- Fitness center
- Indoor pool
- Swimming pool
Front Desk Services
- 24-hour front desk
- Currency exchange
- Tour desk
- Ticket service
- Baggage storage
- ATM on site
- Game room
Entertainment & Family Services
- Meeting/Banquet facilities
- Business center
- Gift shop
- Shops (on site)
- Convenience store (on site)
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Facilities for disabled guests
- Family rooms
- Air conditioning
- Designated smoking area
Safety & security
- 24-hour security
- Smoke alarms
- Fire extinguishers
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- Staff follow all safety protocols as directed by local authorities
- Process in place to check health of guests
- Physical distancing rules followed
- Screens or physical barriers between staff and guests in appropriate areas
Cleanliness & disinfection
- Use of cleaning chemicals that are effective against coronavirus
- Linens, towels, and laundry washed in accordance with local authority guidelines
- Guest accommodation disinfected between stays
Food & drink safety
- Physical distancing in dining areas
- All plates, cutlery, glasses, and other tableware sanitized
WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Free private parking is available on site (reservation is not needed).
Policies of Nugget Casino Resort
These are general hotel policies for Nugget Casino Resort. As they may vary per room type, please also check the room conditions.
From 15:00 hours
Until 11:00 hours
Cancellation / Prepayment
Cancellation and prepayment policies vary according to property type.
Children and Extra Beds
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
The maximum number of total guests in a room is 6.
There is no capacity for cribs in the room.
Pets are not allowed.
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Accepted credit cards
- American Express
The property reserves the right to pre-authorize credit cards prior to arrival.
John Ascuaga's Nugget is a state-of-the-art hotel featuring an excellent number of services provided for guests convenience and entertainment.
The Nugget's casino is equipped with a variety of table and card games, slot machines, bingo and sports betting.
The hotel is also home to some of the largest convention and banquet facilities in the Reno area as well as a fitness center, gift shop and a business center.
Food & beverage
The Nugget offers guests a variety of dining options, including 8 restaurants and a number of on-site bars and nightclubs.
The Steakhouse Grill serves a variety of fresh seafood and delicious steaks. Open for lunch Monday through Friday 11:30am until 2pm and everyday for dinner.
Trader Dick's combines Polynesian and American cuisine in an island-like atmosphere, complete with a giant saltwater fish tank.
Restaurante Orozko serves a unique menu of American cuisine with a Mediterranean inspiration. Open Tuesday through Saturday 5pm until 9pm.
The popular restaurant chain, John's Oyster Bar, is also located on site, serving a variety of seafood favorites.
The Rotisserie Buffet combines French country atmosphere with a gourmet food buffet. The restaurant features daily menu themes and is open daily for lunch and dinner.
Rosie's Café offers a very diverse menu with something for everyone. The cafe is open 24-hours a day.
The Noodle Hut features Asian and Italian inspired pasta dishes. Open daily from 11am until 9pm.
Gabe's Pub and Deli offers a large variety of deli and dessert favorites. The deli boasts the convenience of a fast food restaurant with the quality of a fine-dining establishment.
Aside from the excitement of the casino, there are a number of area attractions surrounding the Nugget hotel. Numerous golf courses, ski trails, and fishing options are available.
Guests can also travel to Lake Tahoe, Pyramid Lake or the Truckee River, located within an hour's drive from the hotel.
Guests must be a minimum of 21 years of age to check in to the hotel.
The resort fee includes unlimited access to:
- The health club
- The pool
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|Nugget Casino Resort|
|Location||Sparks, Nevada, U.S.|
|Address||1100 Nugget Avenue|
|Opening date||March 17, 1955; 65 years ago|
|No. of rooms||1,600|
|Total gaming space||52,000 sq ft (4,800 m2)|
|Signature attractions||Celebrity Showroom|
|Notable restaurants||Noodle Hut|
|Architect||Peter B. Wilday Architects|
Sheehan, Haase & Van Woert
|Previous names||Dick Graves' Nugget (1955–1960)|
John Ascuaga's Nugget (1960–2013)
|Renovated in||1984: East Tower|
1996: West Tower
2008: East Tower
2017: Resort Tower
|Coordinates||39°31′59″N119°45′29″W / 39.533°N 119.758°WCoordinates: 39°31′59″N119°45′29″W / 39.533°N 119.758°W|
Nugget Casino Resort (formerly Dick Graves' Nugget and John Ascuaga's Nugget) is a hotel and casino located in Sparks, Nevada. It is owned and operated by Marnell Gaming. The main portion of the casino consists of two 29-story towers nestled between Interstate 80 and the Union Pacificrail yard. There are additional attached buildings underneath and across I-80 from the towers. It is located in Downtown Sparks at the Victorian Square.
Dick Graves' Nugget was opened on March 17, 1955. Graves and Jim Kelley opened the Carson Nugget on March 1, 1954, in Carson City. In 1960, John Ascuaga (born 1925), then general manager, bought the Sparks Nugget. Ascuaga had little money when he purchased the small venue so he paid via loan, which he paid back in full within the number of years granted. Ascuaga earned money from the success of his business, which led him to expand, over and over again, throughout the 1960s and 1970s. The Celebrity Showroom, first known as the Circus Room, was constructed in the 1960s and played host to Liberace, Peggy Lee, Sergio Franchi, The Osmond Brothers, Robert Goulet and others. Construction began shortly thereafter and was completed December 26, 1984. Ascuaga deemed it one more Christmas present to the community and also deemed it an 'exclamation point in the sky'.
The Nugget's primary attraction from 1962 to the late 1990s was Bertha the Elephant and her baby, Tina, who entertained in the Circus Room many a time. They were also attractions at the annual Nevada Day parade in Carson City. Bertha died in the late 1990s.
In 1995, John Ascuaga announced that a second tower would be built, costing $75 million. Ascuaga designed it with local architect Peter B. Wilday, whose works include the Atlantis and the Peppermill. The tower opened along with a new restaurant and hotel lobby on December 26, 1996. That was the last major expansion done by the Nugget. In 1997, Ascuaga's daughter Michonne took over as CEO, running the hotel and casino along with her brother Stephen. The two said at the time they would keep the business in the family and continue to make re-investments. They also said there was no need for more hotel rooms.
The hotel hosts popular events such as the Best in the West Nugget Rib Cook-off held annually in September, considered one of the largest in the country. Also, on July 4, the Star-Spangled Sparks celebration, as well as the largest fireworks show in Northern Nevada after New Year's Eve in Downtown Reno.
Sale to Global Gaming and Hospitality and Marnell Gaming
On October 10, 2013, the Ascuaga family announced it had reached an agreement with Las Vegas-based Global Gaming And Hospitality to sell the 1600 room property. A sale price was not disclosed, arguably the last lone family run casino/resort in the industry, of which had no sister properties or outside backing, the Ascuagas affirm they were not in a position to improve their property. Global Gaming CEO Cartlon Geer, who has roots to Northern Nevada, became the new CEO and President. He confirmed that with the help of partner Husky Finance, they began in 2014 $50 million worth of improvements and remodeling to the property.
The sale closed December 16, 2013. The Ascuagas remained on board in advisory roles through the transition and after the sale was completed.
In July 2014, the Nugget Courtyard building was sold to The Siegel Group and renamed Siegel Suites Sparks.
Global Gaming and Hospitality sold the Nugget to Marnell Gaming in May 2016.
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