RENO, Nev. (March 7, 2022) – Visit Reno Tahoe today released transient lodging and room tax statistics showing January 2022 surpassing January 2021 in the three major visitation indicators tracked by the organization, with Washoe County resorts generating the second-most taxable room revenue ever for the month of January.

“I’m proud of our team and the effort they’ve put forth over the last two years,” said Visit Reno Tahoe President and CEO Charles Harris. “The results we’re seeing in Reno Tahoe are a positive sign for the entire travel industry, and I’m excited for the opportunities that lie ahead as we enter this new period of transition.”

In January 2022, Taxable Room Revenue in Washoe County was up 33.6%, from $20,859,636 to $27,867,470, compared to January 2021. Cash Occupied Rooms were up 16.6% year-over-year, from 179,058 to 208,754, and Average Daily Rates increased 14.6% over that same period, from $116.50 to $133.49. This January’s taxable room revenue was second only to 2019, when area hotels generated $28,502,864 during the month of January.

Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak lifted the state’s government-issued mask mandates on February 10, 2022. For information on how Northern Nevada is working to accommodate travel, please visit the Health and Safety pages on