The Truckee Hotel has been integral to the fabric of this historic mrailroad town since first opening its doors in 1873. Situated in the heart of downtown, the hotel is steps away from the town’s public transit hub and Amtrak Train Depot. Its 36 rooms come in a variety of configurations and the hotel’s location makes it ideal for enjoying the best dining, shopping and nightlife without ever having to drive.
Moody’s Bistro, Bar and Beats, on the ground floor, is well known for superb service, outstanding farm to table cuisine and a meticulously curated live music scene. The Zagat rated menu at Moody's puts an emphasis on high quality local ingredients and inventive flavors, served in a lounge-inspired atmosphere.
The Truckee Hotel’s American King and Queen rooms have flat screen TV’s and private baths with vintage claw-foot tubs. The European style rooms feature queen, double and twin-sized beds and the use of shared, full bathrooms with locking doors, which are conveniently situated throughout the hotel corridors and are continuously maintained. Every guest room has its own sink and is furnished with toiletries.
The hotel has several common areas for guests to enjoy including the comfortable Whitney Room which boasts several seating areas and a large flat screen TV, and the Parlor, where a complimentary continental breakfast is served every morning from 7:30 – 10am. The hotel’s second floor balcony, which extends across the front of the hotel, offers unparalleled views of the town and surrounding mountains.
The Truckee Hotel is a destination for travelers seeking a unique and authentic local experience. Being steeped in history and lore all its own, guests at the Truckee Hotel leave with the feeling of being well cared for in every modern sense, while also having had the chance to step back in time.