Relocating to a new town can be stressful, especially when you have a family. You want to make the best decisions you can for your children to ensure they have a happy life and a good future. And that starts with a quality education. If you’re planning on relocating to Reno, you can rest assured knowing your little loved ones have some pretty amazing opportunities when it comes to their education. Here’s why:

A study done in 2016 by US News & World Report shows that out of 28,000 ranked public high schools across the U.S., fifteen Nevadan schools made the top 10%. Not to mention that two Reno public high schools took the first and second spots as the best schools in all of Nevada. Education is not a concern if you are relocating to Reno.

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Unique Opportunities

In Reno, Nevada, our students have unique opportunities that aren’t available in other parts of the state. Here’s just a few of them:

The IB Programme

The International Baccalaureate (IB) Programme is available at two of our Nevada public schools - Vaughn Middle School and Wooster High School. Each school must be accredited and authorized by the IB, then they become IB World Schools. The IB Programme is an international program that focuses on teaching students to think critically and independently, and how to acquire with care and logic. They aim to go above and beyond the normal curriculum to develop knowledgeable and inquiring young people who strive to succeed. 

The IB Programme has many advantages for students who participate in the program such as:

The IB Programme has developed challenging programs of international education and a rigorous set of assessments. These programs encourage students across the world to become active, compassionate and life-long learners who understand that other people, with their differences, can also be right. 

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TMCC High School

How incredible would it be to get a head start on your college education while you were still in high school? Well, at TMCC High School, you have that opportunity. TMCC High School is available to students of the 10th-12th grades who are focused on their future. It’s a program held at the local community college, TMCC, which allows degree-seeking students to get a jump start on accumulating college credits. For students who are dedicated to their education, TMCC offers a one-of-a-kind experience that will prepare them for success in a way that no other school can provide. Career-seeking students can expect to receive the following benefits from enrolling in TMCC High School:

Moving to Reno means your children will grow up with the opportunity to excel in ways other students normally can't. This is because the TMCC High School program aims to prepare students for a bright future, all while saving them money on education later down the road. 

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Spanish Spring’s C3 Media Academy

Spanish Springs High School is a local public high school located in Reno’s neighboring city of Sparks. This traditional high school now offers a specialized program for students who are interested in digital media as a career. Students are required to apply to the program where, if they are accepted, will continue their main core curriculum requirements and will focus their electives credits on media arts and communication. This program isn’t offered at any other public high school in the area, making it extremely unique. Students will be able to take classes that further their digital media knowledge in the following six categories:

For students who take an interest in digital media, this program allows an exclusive insight into the different components of the digital world. 

Improvements Are Being Made

According to an article by CarsonNow.org, an evaluation of the Nevada education program has been earning positive results. It recommended that continued funding of all 7 categorical education programs will be a major priority of the county. This statement recognizes that in order for our education to improve, we need to add more funding to some essential programs. With the proper steps being taken to support specific programs, students, family, and educators will all start to benefit from the changes. Reno realizes how important the school system is, and is continually working to improve it.  

Relocating to Reno

Family corporate housing doesn’t have to be a hassle when you’re staying in a great city. Relocating to Reno has been made easy. Reno has begun taking steps to further their educational footprint on our youth. A range of opportunities are available to career-seeking students eager to get a great education. If you’re relocating to Reno and need a place to call home for a while, connect with Stay With CHC! Stay with CHC is Northern Nevada’s premier corporate housing and extended stay company. Our goal is to make your family’s temporary living as comfortable as possible, without the corporate feeling. Contact us today to start planning your families accommodations!

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The Benefits of Corporate Housing vs. Hotels

Traveling to a new city starts with deciding on where you’ll stay. Often times, it seems like hotels are the only option. In comes corporate housing. While hotels are the standard for short term travel, corporate housing is designed as a home-away-from-home for the employee looking for an extended stay. So how are the two different? Check out our list of the major differences between hotels and corporate housing.

 

 

 

 

Living Space

Often times a hotel room feels like just that – a room. The average hotel room is less than 400 square feet, which is hardly enough size to feel like a temporary home. On average, the square footage of a typical corporate housing unit is double that. Corporate housing gives you the space to stretch out and relax at the end of a hard day.

When staying in corporate housing, you won’t be coming home to a single stuffy room. A standard unit usually contains a bedroom, living room, kitchen, and a washer-dryer closet.  Some corporate stays may even have the option for an office or additional bedrooms for family as well.

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Kitchen

When you’re traveling for extended periods, eating out can be expensive and unhealthy. Hotels typically don’t have a kitchen, and if they do, they aren’t full size. This makes cooking nearly impossible in hotels. When you stay in corporate housing, you won’t have to sacrifice your diet or your dollars when you’re hungry. Corporate housing comes equipped with a complete kitchen, utensils, and space to stock up on food – just like you would at home.

Price

While hotels can be convenient for a night or two, the truth is the average hotel rates add up fast! The average daily rate for a hotel is between $75 – $195, which doesn’t include the hidden fees hotels typically sneak in for items such as Wi-Fi and housekeeping. Corporate housing companies like Stay with CHC provide a breadth of communities for every budget with options ranging from luxury stay to economically-friendly, with no hidden fees.

It’s also important to consider additional costs when staying in a hotel. Without the in-unit washer and dryer found in corporate houses, you’ll have to pay extra money at a laundromat to clean your clothes. Similarly, without a kitchen, you’ll most likely be opting to eat out, which will also add up.

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Location

When choosing a place for your extended stay, you look at price, amenities, and features, but rarely location. With hotels, you never have many options. Most hotels are typically located near high-traffic areas or noisy freeways. Each day in a hotel will feel more and more like an extended work trip, and less like temporary living.

On the other hand, corporate houses are located all over a city, giving you the option to choose a location that fits your needs. If you want a sense of normalcy, then choose a corporate house located in a quiet residential area or suburban neighborhood. Or, if you want to stay in the heart of downtown and experience the culture of the city you’re staying in, you can. Either way you stay, you’ll feel like a local and part of the community.

Amenities

When staying somewhere new for an extended period of time, you won’t want to miss out on your usual activities. Staying at a hotel can often force you to sacrifice your daily habits and routines. At best, hotels may have a subpar pool and a “gym” that’s too small to get a good workout in. Corporate housing communities often feature a plethora of amenities at no extra charge to make your stay more comfortable and ensure you can continue your daily routines. Here are amenities you may find a typical corporate house versus a typical hotel.

Corporate Housing Amenities

  • Full-size fitness center
  • Resort-style pool and spa
  • Sport courts
  • Business conference rooms
  • Recreation areas
  • Convenient locations
  • Lounge areas
  • Full-size kitchen with utensils and cookware
  • In-unit washer and dryer

Hotel Amenities

  • Standard pool
  • Room service

Service

It can’t be hard to understated how important customer service is when traveling. High-quality assistance from staff when planning a trip can significantly reduce scheduling time, stress, and mistakes. Corporate housing companies are built around extended stay travelers. When you book with a corporate housing company, you know you’ll be receiving the most experienced service.

For long-term business travel, corporate housing is the undeniable superior. With more options, accommodations, and amenities for extended living, it is the go-to option. If you are interested in choosing a corporate housing company for your next stay, contact Stay with CHC today for more information on how we can help you.

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When moving to Reno for work, you need a Reno short-term housing option that fits your needs. You may be overwhelmed by the amount of short-term housing in Reno and the different benefits each community offers. Your time shouldn’t be spent stressing about your relocation, but enjoying the time you have before you move.
At Stay with CHC, we want to make it easier for you to find your ideal temporary housing option with a post dedicated to simplifying the process. For more information about Stay with CHC, contact us today.

 

 

Two Kinds of Reno Short Term Housing

The first step we want to do to simplify your housing decision is to group temporary corporate housing into two categories based on their general features and amenities. We like to call these two distinct groups of short-term housing Corporate Comfort and Urban Chic.

Living in Corporate Comfort

Housing that belongs to the Corporate Comfort is built for the businessman. Stay with CHC communities in Corporate Comfort feature everything a manager, executive, or senior staff needs to work effectively and comfortably.

All of the Essentials

Every Corporate Comfort community is fully furnished with the high-quality furniture to make your transition quick and your stay comfortable. Each of our communities is also complete a full set of appliances to give you the complete home experience. These include washer/dryer, television, Wifi, and a full kitchen.

Working from Home Has Never Been Easier

Our goal with Corporate Comfort is to provide a place where you can conduct your work professionally and conveniently. Many of our Corporate Comfort communities come equipped with on-site conference rooms perfect for holding meetings with coworkers and clientele. Many units across our Corporate Comfort line have options for an additional office room.

Live in Luxury

When you have free time you should be able to take advantage of everything that Northern Nevada has to offer. Each Corporate Comfort community brings luxury living with unique amenities and features not found outside of Stay with CHC.

Depending on the location, amenities can include a full-scale onsite fitness center, pool, clubhouse and so much more. Some Corporate Comfort locations are located near world-class golf courses, private lakes, as well as fine dining, shopping, and entertainment.

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Located on its own private lake, The Vintage at South Meadows is one of our many luxury Corporate Comfort communities.

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The Vintage features business conference rooms and a full-scale gymnasium, perfect for someone looking to work and live comfortably.

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Each unit is fully furnished along with vaulted ceilings and custom fireplaces. Working from home has never been better.

Living in Urban Chic

If you’re someone who is on the go, you may want a smaller place that is more conveniently located near many important destinations. Urban Chic is our line of smaller, inexpensive short-term housing option with an emphasis on convenience and affordability.

Get Where You Need to Go

Our Urban Chic locations are located in the heart of downtown Reno, making them conveniently located near popular places of work for those traveling in cars or using the thorough Downtown bus line.

For nurses and doctors, our Urban Chic locations are only a 4-minute drive from Saint Mary’s Medical Center and an 11-minute drive from Renown Medical Center.

Our locations are also just a short walking distance from all the action downtown. Take part in many of Reno’s downtown events that happen right outside your door, such as food truck Friday, or the art walk. You’ll also be right next to the Truckee River, Idlewild Park and all the fine dining and entertainment downtown Reno has to offer.

Everything You Need In Short Term Housing

All Urban Chic locations are designed to be affordable and convenient, without cutting out the necessities. Each unit is fully furnished with kitchen supplies, TV & couch, dining nook, and appliances. While Urban Chic communities may not have the luxury amenities of Corporate Comfort, you’ll still have plenty to do living in the heart of Reno.

 

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Urban West is Stay with CHC’s more quaint Reno short term housing, located in Downtown Reno.

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Urban Chic communities were made for those who’ll be out working or want to explore all that Reno offers.

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To save you stress and time, Urban West is fully furnished and ready to move in. No need to bring furniture or dishware!

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Ready to choose your new home in Reno? Stay with CHC is Northern Nevada’s #1 short term housing and corporate housing company. We provide everything you need to make your transition as stress-free and comfortable as possible. For more information on what we can do for you, contact us today.

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Moving to a new city can be pretty tough, and when you’re bringing your family too, the change can be overwhelming. Figuring out your family corporate stay doesn’t have to be a hassle when you’re staying in a great city. Here’s why relocating to Reno is perfect for you and your family.

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Schools

Relocating to a new school is a big shake-up for the whole family. As parents, we want our children to continue to receive a quality education, no matter where they live. And our kids (although they might not say it directly) want to have a great school experience. Luckily in Reno, you don’t have to worry.

A study in 2016 by US News & World Report ranked 28,000 public high schools across the U.S. Fifteen Nevadan schools made the top 10%. Furthermore, two Reno public high schools took the first and second spots as the best schools in all of Nevada. There are plenty of public school options for children of all ages.

Weather

Every kid is a little bundle of energy. As parents, we know the value of being able to let our kids run around outside. Not only is it great exercise, but it also gives us time to ourselves (let’s be honest, we all wouldn’t mind that, right?).

If you’re from California, you might be excited to live in an area with snowy winters. Reno can get quite snowy in the winter. Luckily, the snow never gets too severe to manage. If you want more snow, Tahoe is right in your backyard. In Tahoe, when the winter season kicks in, so does ski season. Take your family up to Tahoe for a day of skiing at popular ski resorts such as Squaw Valley or Heavenly. If skiing and snowboarding aren’t your speed, you can just find a nice hill for some family sledding.

The Reno area averages around 300 days of sunshine! That’s pretty incredible, right? You can take your kids outside all year-round for some great outdoor time. Furthermore, you’ll come to enjoy staying inside with your family on those handful of cloudy days.

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Lake Tahoe

The biggest perk of temporary housing in Reno is that you have one of the best vacation spots in the whole western U.S. right in your backyard. Lake Tahoe is home to a full spectrum of activities to spend with your family on your off-days. You and your family can enjoy the crystal blue lake, golden beaches, and panoramic mountain views in any way you’d like, whether it be hiking, swimming, boating, or exploring!

There are also plenty of other hidden lakes and hiking trails throughout Tahoe to find. You and your family will have an endless amount of discoveries to make.

Reno Events

Reno is full of an incredible amount of events and festivals. And while a large amount of Reno events are geared towards adults (you didn’t know you wanted a pirate-themed beer crawl till now, did you?), there are plenty of family-friendly events as well.

The Reno Rodeo, Best in the West Rib Cook-Off, and the Reno Balloon Race are merely a few examples of the vast range of family events Reno hosts every month. My little Nora’s favorite event is the Reno Balloon Race, and you bet she asks about every month when it’s happening.

Don’t move into an unfamiliar place. Learn everything there is to know about family corporate stay in the Reno area!

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Stay with CHC is Northern Nevada’s premier corporate housing and extended stay company. Our goal is to make your family’s temporary living as comfortable as possible, without the corporate feeling. Contact us and we can get you started on finding the perfect family corporate housing in Reno.

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Moving to a new city can be pretty tough, and when you’re bringing your family too, the change can be overwhelming. Family corporate stay doesn’t have to be a hassle when you’re staying in a great city. Here’s why relocating to Reno is perfect for you and your family.

Schoolskids games playing outside school

Relocating to a new school is a big shake-up for the whole family. As parents, we want our children to continue to receive a quality education, no matter where they live. And our kids (although they might not say it directly) want to have a great school experience. Luckily, with Reno, you don’t have to worry.

A study in 2016 by US News & World Report ranked 28,000 public high schools across the U.S. Fifteen Nevadan schools made the top 10%. Furthermore, two Reno public high schools took the first and second spots as the best schools in all of Nevada. There are plenty of public school options for children of all ages.

 

Weather

Every kid is a little bundle of energy. As parents, we know the value of being able to let our kids run around outside. Not only is it great exercise, but it also gives us time to ourselves (let’s be honest, we all wouldn’t mind that, right?).

If you’re from California, you might be excited to live in an area with snowy winters. Reno can get quite snowy in the winter. Luckily, the snow never gets too severe to manage. If you want more snow, Tahoe is right in your backyard. In Tahoe, when the winter season kicks in, so does ski season. Take your family up to Tahoe for a day of skiing at popular ski resorts such as Squaw Valley or Heavenly. If skiing and snowboarding aren't your speed, you can just find a nice hill for some family sledding.

The Reno area averages around 300 days of sunshine! That’s pretty incredible, right? You can take your kids outside all year-round for some great outdoor time. Furthermore, you’ll come to enjoy staying inside with your family on those handful of cloudy days.

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The biggest perk of temporary housing in Reno is that you have one of the best vacation spots in the whole western U.S. right in your backyard. Lake Tahoe is home to a full spectrum of activities to spend with your family on your off-days. You and your family can enjoy the crystal blue lake, golden beaches, and panoramic mountain views in any way you’d like, whether it be hiking, swimming, boating, or exploring!

There are also plenty of other hidden lakes and hiking trails throughout Tahoe to find. You and your family will have an endless amount of discoveries to make.

Family Events

Reno is full of an incredible amount of events and festivals. And while a large amount of Reno events are geared towards adults (you didn’t know you wanted a pirate-themed beer crawl till now, did you?), there are plenty of family-friendly events as well.

The Reno Rodeo, Best in the West Rib Cook-Off, and the Reno Balloon Race are merely a few examples of the vast range of family events Reno hosts every month. My little Nora's favorite event is the Reno Balloon Race, and you bet she asks about every month when it's happening. 

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Relocating to Reno, NV or any new area can be overwhelming. Even after dealing with packing up, the process of moving, and then unpacking, you're left in a completely new and unknown place. Stay With CHC has created the ultimate starter guide for those heading to Reno, the Biggest Little City in the world. Whether your destination is corporate housing or your own home, this guide will get you started on everything about living in Reno.

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Living in Reno vs. Las Vegas

From an outsider’s perspective, it’s understandable how Reno looks like a smaller, more condensed version of Las Vegas but the similarities are only surface level.

Unlike Las Vegas, Reno is separating itself with a ton of growth thanks to the recent tech boom. Large startups now sit comfortably next to small local businesses. As more people are relocating to Reno, more and more festivals and events continue to po up, each more unique than the last.

The average salary in Reno is $48,815 and the cost of living 7%,with the former being higher and the latter lower than their respective national averages.

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The Weather in Reno

Reno lends itself to the unpredictability of the desert climate. A typical summer day in Reno can start hot and perfectly clear, but can quickly turn to thundershowers without a moment’s notice. And, just like the warmer months, winter and autumn in Reno can be wildly unpredictable. Don’t be surprised to find yourself stuck in a flash snowstorm that crept over the Sierras.

The average high’s in Reno are around 92 degrees during the months of June, July, and August. On the flip side, the average lows reach a chilly 21 degrees around December and January. Bring your beanies!

The Different Sections of Reno

It may take you a while to understand the culture and feel connected with your new home. Here’s a quick rundown of the city. For each section we've also included a handful of favorite spots to hit.

 

Downtown

Even if you’ve only seen a bit of the city in pictures or videos, the bit you’ve probably seen is of Downtown Reno. This is the place where most of the excitement happens!

Bars, casinos, fine dining, theatre, and entertainment all centered around the Truckee River. Even Reno's own baseball team, the Reno Aces, have their stadium located downtown. When you're downtown you won’t be hard-pressed to find something to do.

Downtown also has plenty of metro areas to make getting to and from downtown a breeze.

Things to do in Downtown Reno:
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  1. Circus Circus: A great place to go with or without kids. Circus Circus has a whole section of carnival games, shows, and prizes. If you’re feeling lucky, take a chance at the adjoining El Dorado with their hundreds of slots and gambling machines. Don’t forget to check in frequently to see which famous band or comedian is performing.
  2. Java Jungle: There are many great bars and coffee shops in Reno. But Java Jungle is one of the few that is both. Half café, half barroom, Java Jungle has excellently mixed cocktails, beer, food, and wine. While you're at it, hop across the street to Noble Pie for a slice of some late night pizza.
  3. Wingfield Park: The place for outdoor activity. Wingfield park has been described as the oasis of Reno. Nestled along the Truckee River, you’ll find basketball and tennis courts, bike paths, picnic tables, and an amphitheater for summer concerts and events. When the weather is fine you'll find the citizens of Reno cruising down the Truckee River.

 

Midtown

Just south of Downtown, Midtown has been developing into a diverse mix of unique stores and small business. On a typical walk through Midtown you’ll come across beautiful murals and old Victorian homes converted to small businesses. Midtown is also home to many local craft beer breweries offering one-of-a-kind beverages that you can't find anywhere else. Stop by any of Reno's local bars to sample!

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  1. Junkee Clothing Exchange: If you’re looking for antiques, furniture, or clothes to make a dazzling costume for Burning Man, Junkee is the place to go. Take a trip through over 15,000 sq. ft. of unconventional clothing, prints of vintage art, nostalgic decor, and one-of-a-kind accessories.
  2. Midtown Murals: Midtown is known for its extensive array of beautiful murals. Take a walk through Midtown and discover more than 70 hidden murals along the walls of South Virginia Street and the backstreets in between. Happy hunting! *For a helpful map of all the murals’ locations, click here!
  3. Natural Selection: If you are looking for the definition of a curiosity shop, then head to Natural Selection. Tucked along a side street in Midtown, this quaint shop is filled with a plethora of taxidermy, bones, and exotic plants. You’ll find every nook brimming with ethically sourced specimens, fossils, and other oddities.

 

Northern Reno

If you head north from the center of Reno you'll start to notice the area start to resemble that of other college towns. As you head farther north you'll notice the Reno skyline begin to take shape. In the daytime, you'll find the scale of the snow-capped Sierra Nevada to be incredibly beautiful. Likewise, at night the buildings of Downtown Reno will light up into a stunning spectrum of neon colors.

Places of Northern Reno
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  1. University of Nevada, Reno: Directly north of Downtown Reno is the UNR campus, home of the Wolf Pack. Lush green expanses and huge trees surround the campus and quad. Plenty of events are held at the UNR campus. From presentations on the scientific and educational studies to the huge Reno Jazz festival. 
  2. Reno Rodeo: If you’re looking for a taste of country culture then the Reno Rodeo is the place to be. Cattle drive and bull riding events are weekly events at the Reno Rodeo.
  3. Rancho San Rafael Regional Park: One of the largest parks in Reno. Over 600 acres of trails, greenery, playground and picnicking. If your dog is comfortable with other off-leash dogs, then let your furry friend run around the huge dedicated dog park area. During the early days of September, the entire park becomes home to the Great Reno Balloon Races, one of the largest hot air balloon events in the United States.

 

Moving to the Outskirts of Reno

Not only does Reno have an incredible range of activities, but it's also located near many other great places. Each area that surrounds Reno has its own unique personality and fun things to do. While living in Reno, you'll have access to so many wonderful places to explore. Here are just a few!

Sparks

Often mistaken as a part of Reno, Sparks is actually about half of the area that people consider Reno. Notable locations in the Reno-Sparks area include the Nugget Casino, The Outlets at Legends, and the Marina.

Spanish Springs

Spanish Springs is the suburban side of the bustling city of Reno. Just a short 25-minute drive from the north of Reno will lead you to this wonderful expanse of Ranch style real estate. In the Summer months, you’ll find plenty of people tinkering in open garages or enjoying the warm evening breeze.

Lake Tahoe

Trying to write a little blurb on Lake Tahoe is harder than you think. There’s so much to do! Too many Nevadans, the sapphire-blue waters of Lake Tahoe are a tropical escape only two hours away. You’ll find both locals and vacationers taking advantage of the golden beaches and warm water. Common activities include jet skiing, paddle boarding, kayaking, and even parasailing. Lake Tahoe is also known for its many hiking trails. If you’re feeling adventurous, take a hike to one of Lake Tahoe’s many hidden lakes.

In the winter months, skiing and snowboarding become the big the pastime. Skiing resorts like Squaw Valley and Heavenly at Stateline will become flooded with avid snow-sport enthusiasts. You’ll also find casual-goers snowshoeing and cross-country skiing the snow-ridden trails of Tahoe.

Virginia City

Virginia City is perfect if you want a taste of the old West. A small church nestled on a hill, old Victorian architecture, and a graveyard are just a few historical landmarks that you’ll see.

For 5 reasons to Virginia City, check out our blog here.

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Things You Should Know When Relocating

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places to eat in reno

When it comes to food, you may find yourself sticking to the same boring chains you've had over and over. And why wouldn't you? Your down time shouldn't be spent researching places to eat but enjoying yourself. So save yourself the monotony; Stay with CHC has created a list of our favorite places to eat in Reno, breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

 

Peg’s Glorified Ham n' Eggs

The best and most filling breakfast in town. Peg’s Glorified Ham n’ Eggs has been voted best breakfast in Reno 12 years in a row! This petite but popular restaurant has grown from a small chain to over 4 locations throughout Northern Nevada, as well as one in California!

On the menu you will find a plethora of egg dishes, including 8 different kinds of egg benedicts. Peg's most iconic dish is the huevos rancheros, served on a full-sized skillet. But you better be hungry, because this dish includes hash browns, slaw, pinto beans, warm tortillas, a slice of cantaloupe, and their delicious huevos ranchero.

If you are planning on going, prepare for a bustling environment. Waiters with food piled high will be maneuvering between packed tables and hungry customers waiting to be seated. Speaking of waiting customers, arrive at Peg’s earlier so you can get your name on the wait list, becuase there'll most certainly be a wait.

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Süp

Living in Reno is not complete without an occasional visit to a local sandwich and soup shop. For Reno, that place is Süp. This quaint sandwich shop located in Midtown serves several kinds of soups and sandwiches each day. Each sandwich and soup is made from scratch from the freshest locally-sourced ingredients.

For a guaranteed winner choose the pesto turkey. But if you’re feeling a bit more adventurous choose The Pita. It includes chicken, celery, spinach, toasted almonds inside a warm pita.

Every day is a new set of 6 homemade soups, so be sure to check what they are serving before you head down. Treat yourself to a nostalgic meal during your  with the tomato bisque. This creamy classic pairs great with a warm grilled cheese or a tuna melt. For an even heartier soup, try the broccoli cheddar or the loaded baked potato, these soups will fill you up just by themselves!

 

 

Laughing Planet Café

Laughing Planet Café is easily one of the places to eat in Reno with the most personality. The quick-service restaurant is adorned with plastic toy dinosaurs on each table that fit perfectly with the lime green and turquoise color scheme.

The personality doesn’t end at the aesthetics. Each burrito and bowl that Laughing Planet serves is full of unique and fresh ingredients that create a one-of-a-kind experience.

For example, the Bollywood Bowl is a delicious combination of grilled chicken, curry-roasted chickpeas, spinach, yams, and roasted cauliflower all over brown rice, topped with spicy coconut sauce. You can’t get a meal like that anywhere else.

Along with a plethora of soups, salads, burritos, quesadillas, and bowls, Laughing Planet has a large selection of energizing smoothies. Each smoothie is packed full of fruits and veggies, grab one to kickstart your day or as a sweet treat after a long week.

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Sakana Sushi

 

Sushi is no stranger to Reno. With over twenty sushi restaurants, there are plenty of options to choose from, and plenty of discussion about which of the sushi places to eat in Reno is truly the best. However, one establishment stands out above the rest, Sakana Sushi.

Unassuming on the outside, Sakana Sushi is a much more intimate space than other larger, busier restaurants such as Ijji’s and Oceano. The smaller space provides customers with faster service and higher-quality food. 

Sakana’s menu is robust and full of plenty of options for both casuals and sushi lovers alike. Try the Ocean Delivered for a beautiful multicolored California roll topped with tuna, salmon, yellowtail, albacore, shrimp, and seaweed salad. It tastes as good as it looks.

For a roll with a kick, the Sharkbait contains spicy tuna, shredded crab, and avocado, deep-fried for crunch and topped with ponzu and savory unagi sauce.

For any hungry day the all-you-can-eat is the best option. Not only does it include unlimited orders of any roll, but you’ll also have access to their numerous appetizers such as potstickers, tempura, and calamari. If that’s not enough, after a delicious and filling meal your server will offer you a choice of several flavors of homemade ice cream!

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Reno is full of great places, restaurants or otherwise. You can find fun things to do in Reno by checking out our blog here.

Or, you can find a full list of monthly festivals and events in Reno.

Why Choose Stay With CHC for your Extended Stay Reno?

Corporate travel and relocating for an extended stay Reno can be challenging and stressful amongst the workload that you may already have. You’re headed to a new city often without knowing anyone in the area and are trying to quickly settle in during your downtime. When choosing a corporate housing company, you want one that doesn't leave you to do the dirty work. Stay With CHC provides personal service, decades of Reno relocation experience, and premium housing options for all price ranges and needs.

Your Extended Stay Search in Reno

When you begin your housing search for your Reno extended stay, you want a company that will take care of you in more than just your housing. Stay With CHC is a Reno temporary housing company that will ensure your stay is the best it can be. Our expert team gives you resources for all types of recreational activities in the area, as well as providing custom furniture or catering to any other requests to make your stay better. When you Stay with CHC, your extended stay Reno experience will go much further in quality and convenience than anywhere else.

We currently have 8 Stay With CHC temporary housing communities across Reno and Sparks. Each Reno extended stay location provides a unique luxury experience that can't be found in other corporate housing companies.

Community Amenities

Many of our temporary home communities are equipped with amenities that will make you feel welcome. We believe that your transition moving to Reno should be as easy and comfortable as possible. Our communities feature a wide variety of amenities for you to make your extended stay Reno trip worthwhile. Some common amenities in most of our locations include:

Furnished Apartments

Don’t worry about bringing furniture with you. At Stay With CHC, we take every possible measure to make relocating to Reno a fun and exciting transition. We believe that your time spent should be enjoying your stay, not worrying about the details.

Our extended stay apartments in Reno are fully furnished with high-quality furniture and stylish pieces floor plans. Furthermore, we understand the importance of modern technology during your stay, not only for relaxing but also for work. Our locations are equipped with up-to-date washers, dryers, televisions, and internet access. If you need something for your extended stay Reno, we’ll be sure to locate it right away!

Room Packages

We believe that you deserve to feel at home. We offer multiple room packages for your needs and lifestyle. Our communities have room options for families with kids or even a home office option. If you have a need, our staff is ready to assist you in your relocation to our beautiful city. Talk to us today about our temporary family living options!

When you Stay With CHC, you’re joining a team of people who are committed to your comfort and convenience. We want you to experience the area like a local during your extended stay Reno and enjoy any downtime that you have while here. Explore our 8 unique extended stay housing options in different Reno neighborhoods, or give us a call to get any questions answered!

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Are you taking part in a Reno extended stay? There are many activities that Reno and the surrounding areas have to offer. The historic town of Virginia City is one of our favorites to visit, and has something for practically everyone. Why not take a short trip to what was one of the most affluent cities in Nevada more than 100 years ago?

 

Here are 5 reasons why we can’t stop going on about Virginia City.

 

1. Victorian Era Architecture

Whether you chose to go on a guided tour, or just explore the town for yourself, visitors cannot help but stare in awe at the buildings that cover the hillside. A schoolhouse with arching windows, a decadent church, vintage saloons and a breathtaking opera house are just a few of the many wonderful attractions.

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Oh yes, if you are in the mood for something sweet or savory, the restaurants in Virginia City aim to please. Many of them are located in historical buildings that have been refurbished over the years. Many of these restaurants bring to life the delicious side of vintage life with homemade root beers and candies.

3. Old West Saloons

Saloons offer the perfect time to sit down and relax with a drink while you experience old western history. Attractions such as the world famous Suicide Table enthrall visitors with stories of ghosts and robbers.

4. Events

No matter what time of the year, something wild is always going on in Virginia City. One of our favorites is Christmas on the Comstock. The entire town lights up this time of the year. Father Christmas awaits families at the Visitors Center, and daily events occur at the beautiful Piper’s Opera House. Later on in the year, visitors enjoy the International Camel Races, and the Nevada 150 Masquerade Ball.

5. Museums

There is a museum in nearly every other building on C. Street. Mark Twain spent much of his time in Virginia City, the influence of his experience, seen in many of his writings. Tidbits of his history can be seen in many of the museums around town. The Fourth Ward School is a favorite of many. Built in 1876, the school is almost perfectly preserved on account of a sharp attendance drop off in the early 1900’s.

Reno Extended Stay

While on your Reno extended stay, take advantage of the many adventures and activities that the Northern Nevada area has to offer. From Reno to Lake Tahoe and everywhere in between, there will always be something new for you to do on your free time. For more information fun things to do in Reno and nearby areas, check out our Relocating to Reno blog! It's full of fun locations and things to do.

The Reno-Tahoe area has some great events in store for March!

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Are you doing business in the Reno-Tahoe area during March? Apart from getting all your work done here are some awesome events to check out.

Genoa Bar- Summer Music Series

March 7-8th
The Genoa Bar is “Nevada’s Oldest Thirst Parlor” built in 1853. Genoa is a beautiful little secret that is tucked away between Carson City and Gardnerville. It is about 20 minutes from Carson City and 50 minutes from Reno.

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Virginia City Rocky Mountain Oyster Fry

March 15th
We talked about some of the great reasons to visit Virginia City in our last post but here is another! On Saint Patrick’s Day weekend more than 3,000 people flood the streets of historic Virginia City to watch and taste as cooks compete to see who can fry up the best Rocky Mountain Oysters. Virginia City is 36 minutes south of Reno.
For more information on the events going on in Virginia City, click here.

Wine Walk

March 15th
On the third 3rd Saturday of the month the Wine Walk, put on by Reno’s Riverwalk Merchant Association, takes place in downtown Reno. This is a great opportunity to enjoy the beautiful scenery and explore the establishments in the merchant district surrounding the Truckee River. While sipping wine, of course.
The Riverwalk Merchant Association has it’s own website with information on all the fun events they have coming up this summer, find it here.

Kerak Shrine Circus

March 21st-23rd
The Kerak Shrine Club of Reno is bringing the Circus back to town! It will be held at the Reno Livestock Events Center with the following showtimes:

Friday 7pm
Saturday 11am, 3pm & 7pm
Sunday 1pm & 5pm

Tickets are $14.00 for Adults and $12.00 for children and available for purchase here.

Beer Crawl

March 22nd
If wine isn’t your thing, then come down and check out the Reno Beer Crawl! It is on the 4th Saturday of the month in the same downtown district as the Wine Walk. The crawl is from 2-6pm with $5 admission fee that gets you a glass and map to go explore the more than 15 establishments participating.
Find out which businesses are participating here.

Broadway Musical HAIR

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The arts culture in Reno is on the rise, so come and experience “the rock musical that sparked a revolution and ignited a generation”! Come see HAIR at the Pioneer Center for the Performing Arts on:

Friday, March 28, 2014 at 8:00pm
Saturday, March 29, 2014 at 2:00pm & 8:00pm
Sunday, March 30, 2014 at 2:00pm & 7:00pm

Ticket prices vary and are available for purchase online here.

Stay with CHC loves for our clients to be able to enjoy our home as if it was their home. Our outstanding concierge service would love to help set you up with to experience any of these events while you are staying with us.

Call (775) 856-3333 for more information on accommodations.

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