Construction Photo Tour: Renaissance Hotel

by Mike Van Houten / Oct 18, 2016

Check out a construction photo tour of a nearly-complete bocce ball area of the Renaissance Hotel. The Siena continues to make its transformation into a Renaissance Hotel, Marriott's high-end brand of hotels. It will be non-casino-gaming, non-smoking. 

It's definitely a unique use of a former cavernous casino space. It's not complete, additional furniture will be coming in, but enough is here to envision the final concept. 

It's not the only Marriott property with bocce ball courts. There's all some really classy looking shuffle boards, and skee-ball. I like the color scheme and finishes, and look forward to seeing the finished product. Check out the gallery below! 

Bocce Courts - Renaissance Hotel

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  • October 18, 2016 - 9:31:10 PM

    Looks nice. With so much space though, I imagine they have some sort of business plan or marketing plan to bring in more than "just "hotel guests? Weddings? Any particular events? Restaurants? I'm having a hard time envisioning what will be the reason the average Reno resident to step foot in there.

  • October 19, 2016 - 7:39:42 AM

    This is a fantastic concept. With younger folks looking for things to do in winter during the evening I can envision this game area being a popular hangout. Really hopeful this concept is executed as well as the design.

  • October 19, 2016 - 2:44:13 PM

    Horrible interiors - bad concept, nobody is going to want to hang out in that mini golf course looking, overly lit, interior decorated nightmare. Only a matter of time before marriott pulls out of that building. That property has a curse.

  • October 20, 2016 - 8:21:42 AM

    First of all, it's not finished. Second, it won't be that bright when it is finished and finally it's not just Bocce, it will be skeeball and shuffleboard, and a restaurant/bar WITH an outdoor patio and separate bar. It's an event venue first, entertainment venue second. Meaning, we will be renting it out for private parties and yes, wedding/special events. It's a totally separate entity from the hotel, Marriott has no part in it's design or will profit from it. It's meant to sink or swim on it's own, and believe us...there's always a plan B. But we're very confident it'll be a hit, theres nothing else like it. Beyond the venue, the Renaissance will have it's own great restaurant with a new patio deck over the river, This venue won't be open until March.

  • October 20, 2016 - 9:19:32 AM

    Sort of feels like it needs a Chicago style Italian Beef stand.

  • October 21, 2016 - 10:55:48 AM

    Sounds like Matt is with developers and has good vision and flexibility. I am frequent visitor to this website and I am struck with some comments from people who really have no idea. So, very appreciative of Matt's knowledgeable post.

  • May 14, 2019 - 4:37:27 AM

    Looks great! Why don't you get bocce tables? They don't need much space, and are unique and beautiful! One of Marriott brands-Moxy Chelsea New York just installed one!