Tuscany Tower At The Peppermill Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsTuscany Tower At The Peppermill Hotel Reno
We loved this hotel.. The price was good and the hotel was really grand. We were in the Tuscany Tower and our room was a room with 2 king beds. The bathroom was all marble and had a huge jetted tub and a double headed walk in shower.
The room had several light switches that could control the intensity of light --- three in the main bathroom area and one more in the separate toilet.
We had a nice view over the pool.
There was a large marble desk and counter area and a huge table and bench also all marble.
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