A password will be e-mailed to you.

The next stop on our trip after leaving Death Valley National Park was Reno, Nevada where boo and I enjoyed a week split up at two different properties – John Ascuaga’s Nugget Casino Resort and Peppermill Resort & Spa.

Both are hotel/casino properties with all the amenities that come with staying at a casino/resort including multiple restaurants, a fitness center, a full service spa, a heated pool area and plenty of entertainment options.

Our first stop was Peppermill

Peppermill Resort_2727

During our stay at Peppermill, we stayed in the Tuscany Tower, which true to its name is full of Italian themed details and decor such as faux stucco walls and hand painted, Italian artwork.

Our room was beautiful with some of the comfiest bedding that I’ve experienced so far at a hotel. Perhaps, this is partly enhanced by the custom-made plush double-pillow-top king size mattresses?

Either way, I slept like a baby!

In addition to lavish decor, our room was spacious and had three flat screen TVs fitted into gold frames adding a rich touch.

Photo below: A separate seating area.

Peppermill Resort_2717z

Peppermill Resort_2717za_2737

Photo below: Hand painted artwork.

Peppermill Resort_2717zb

Photo below: The curtains dividing the sleeping area and the sitting room are remote controlled.

Peppermill Resort_2717zc

Photo below: The bathroom is really pretty and definitely large enough for two!

Peppermill Resort_2720

Peppermill Resort_2720b

Photo below: European soaking tub.

Peppermill Resort_2721

Photo below: The toiletries were great – the conditioner made my hair feel silky smooth!

Peppermill Resort_2721a

Photo below: Our room overlooked the pool area.

Peppermill Resort_2734

One of the things I regret not doing during our stay is dining at Biscotti’s. The breakfast menu has some uniquely delicious sounding items such as a Bourbon Vanilla French Toast, Lemon Ricotta Pancakes, and Short Rib Hash, to name a few!

For more information, visit Peppermill Resort & Spa