Choice Hotels International, in collaboration with Brookwood Hotels, opened the WoodSpring Suites Reno Sparks, the brand's first hotel in Nevada.
Located at 140 Salomon Court, the new-construction hotel is minutes away from downtown Reno, providing extended-stay travelers with access to the Reno-Tahoe International Airport; the University of Nevada, Reno; the Reno-Sparks Convention Center; and the Tesla Gigafactory, as well as several hospitals and local businesses.
"Reno is experiencing a renaissance, making it the ideal place to debut Nevada's first WoodSpring hotel," Ron Burgett, VP of WoodSpring Suites development at Choice Hotels, said in a statement. "In addition to its growing technology sector—which earned the city a reputation as 'the next Silicon Valley'—Reno benefits from one of the fastest-growing job markets in the nation. This makes the area perfectly positioned for future growth. We look forward to working with Brookwood Hotels once again to meet increased demand with the WoodSpring Suites Reno Sparks."
The four-story, 122-room WoodSpring Suites Reno Sparks is purpose-built for the unique needs of extended-stay travelers. Each suite includes an in-room kitchen with a full-size refrigerator and complimentary Wi-Fi. The hotel also includes an expanded lobby with a coffee station, a fitness center, and a guest laundry room.
The WoodSpring Suites Reno Sparks joins Brookwood Hotels' portfolio of more than 100 WoodSpring hotels throughout the country, with additional projects currently under construction.
"The opening of the WoodSpring Suites Reno Sparks is an important milestone. It not only marks the continued expansion of the brand and our portfolio in new markets, but also the growth of our relationship with Choice Hotels," Darien Wright, COO of Brookwood Hotels, said in a statement. "We are also excited the property will be managed by Nationwide Hotel Management Company."