Whether you’re headed to Fallon, NV for work or for play, the city’s thriving cultural movement and abundance of recreational activities will make visiting incredibly memorable.
Known as the “Oasis of Nevada,” Fallon is just 60 miles east of Reno. No matter what time of year you’re at an IHG hotel in Fallon, there’s always a fun festival or attraction for you to visit. Practice your target skills at October’s World Championship Cowboy Fast Draw, one of the oldest timed shooting spectacles around. Or watch karts compete for first place at Rattlesnake Raceway’s clay oval.
Support teens with a passion for the rodeo by attending Fallon HIgh School Rodeo’s “Giddy Up Season,” which runs from June through October. Or see the real thing at the Donnie Waters Invitational Roping Classic at the Churchill County Fairgrounds. With a $400k purse, it’s one of the steepest prizes in the sport. Pro ropers from 15 states come to Fallon to compete in this invitation-only event. Also at the Churchill County Fairgrounds is the Oasis Stampede and Country Fair, including 4-H exhibits and a ranch hand rodeo.
Fallon is also home to one of the finest national recreational trails in the country. Take a self-guided tour of Grimes Point to see rock writings and petroglyphs depicting constellations and hunting grounds created more than 8,000 years ago by ancient civilizations.
Guests at our IHG hotels in Fallon are never far from the action. With a wide range of amenities and a friendly staff, an IHG hotel is the perfect home away from home, so you can rest, relax, and refresh before making the most of your stay in Fallon.
The hotel has an indoor pool which is heated year-round to 87 degrees; our outdoor pool is open from May 31st through October 1st. We have a Jacuzzi whirlpool and workout room which was updated in 2011.
All in all, a very nice hotel. I would definitely stay here again.
PROS: The hotel room was roomy, clean, and comfortable. Plenty of lighting and comfortable beds. I loved that the pillows were all[More]
marked "soft" or "firm". Staff was very attentive and friendly. Easily the nicest place to stay in Fallon, NV. The towel animals were a nice touch.
We used the conference rooms and they were spacious and allowed for use of AV equipment easily. Also nice and clean.
CONS: The air conditioning system is quite loud and does not allow you to set a temperature, so the room waffled between too warm and too cold. The room also has a flashing light near the door when it's completely dark, which made it difficult to fall asleep. Also, as a guest with celiac who eats quite healthy, the breakfast consisted of few options for me. [Less]