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Rooms: 2,672 Price Range: $60-$210
Suites: 94 Price Range: $110-$595
Restaurants: 4 (1 open 24 hours)
Buffets: B-$19.99/$20.99 (Saturday/Sunday)
L- $22.99 D- $29.99/$32.99 (Friday/Saturday)
Casino Size: 90,637 Square Feet
Games Offered: Slots, Video Poker, Blackjack, Craps, Roulette, Sports Book, Race Book, Mini-Baccarat, Baccarat, Poker, Pai Gow, Pai Gow Poker, Let It Ride, Casino War, Ultimate Texas Hold 'Em, Three Card Poker, Keno
Special Features: Mardi Gras-themed casino. Improv Comedy Club. Mac King and Defending the Caveman stage shows.
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Nice, just nice
Stayed here 7 days last summer and will return for 11 days this summer. You can't really beat the location. My room was in the left tower in the middle of the casino but I forget the name. There was a lot of music noise from outside and the air conditioner was a little noisy. I booked a premium room this time so I hope things are better.
I like playing 1/2 no limit poker and found the summer promotion of a Sunday free roll to be worth $500 to me. I hope they repeat it this summer.
The $18 resort fee hit me this year and if I did not have over $400 in comps I would have probably booked a different place.
There is just not anything special about this place. You get exactly what you pay for.
I like virtual BJ but they only pay 6:5 at Harrah's. (I could not find any at 3:2 Like I did in 2010.) I refuse to play 6:5 BJ. You would think they could pay 3:2 given there is no dealer to pay.
no better location
Not much more good to say other than their great center strip location. Video poker is unplayable,and the blackjack rules are terrible. The recently moved poker room usually only offers 1/2 NL or 2/4/Limit and that's it. Rooms are better than average but that's all folks.
Location, location, location, it is great right in the middle of the strip. I think the casino has a great vibe, but since I am a vp player and their pay tables are bad, except for high rollers.
They have varied entertainment and restuarants, from a quick snack to expensive restuarants.
If you are a dedicated CET player this can be a great place and value.
Hoppin' at Harrahs
I've been to Harrah's a few times since there is one local to me and I can get discounted rooms in Vegas. I've never been disappointed with Harrah's but at the same time never overly thrilled. The resturaunts all have decent food, although if you're looking to really fill up Toby Keith's offers very healthy portions. Casino action isn't bad but nothing really sets it appart from any of the other strip casinos. The two things I really do like about Harrah's though is the location, right in the middle of the strip. If you like to walk you are about equal distance from the north and south end of the strip. Also, Carnival Court is great if you like live music. I enjoy setting there just catching a local cover band and even playing a few hands of BJ on their outdoor tables if I get in the mood.
We have stayed in Harrah's so many times I sometimes feel like it's my second home.We even had our Family Reunion at Harrah's! We haven't stayed in the last few years mainly because we wanted to try other places.
The best thing about Harrah's is LOCATION! It's situation next door to Imperial Palace (another property of Harrah's), across from Ceasar's Palace, right in the middle of everything on the strip. Their food is pretty good but has become quite expensive the last few years. The second best thing about Harrah's to me is that their poker room is pretty active and is an enclosed, non-smoking poker room. That alone will get there to play poker. There is an area between Harrah's and Imperial Palace outside that has many kiosks, shops, and a big bar. This place is really fun even for an old coot like me. Their bar opens about 10 am, often with a band starting out at the same time. They have the bartenders who spin, swirl, and juggle the bottles, lots of kiosks selling cool stuff...it's quite the swinging place. When my daughters who are in their 20s visited, I suggested they should go check it out. They did and they agreed it was a fun and "hot" place to be.
So Harrah's is always a good choice.
Mac King - Beyond Expectations
Saw Mac King last trip I was there for the first time. It's one of those shows you see the ads for and say 'nah, I'll skip it' or something to that affect.
This show was a great way to spend a hour and a bit one afternoon. Mac King is underrated. His show was fantastic. Extremely funny and his tricks were great!
Would definitely go and see this again.
As for the casino, it needs some work. It has a strange layout. It does have a decent VP section with a lot of machines. Not the greatest odds, but great selection...
Always like it here
WE STAYED AT HARRAH;S LAS VEGAS IN APRIL & SEPTEMBER. I am a platinum card holder and always get free offers for
rooms. The reservationists are always the nicest people to deal with. I HAVE never had a problem. The hotel staff also are
very nice. I always save my comps that I use when I am there for the breakfast buffet. IT IS ALWAYS WONDERFUL. The
watermelon was so fresh when we were there in APRIL that I JUST wanted to pull a chair up to the counter of the buffet.
I always have a good time playing the slots there. Actually do better there than at home. I always feel safe in their hotel and
have never had a problem.
I Love This Bar & Grill and the hotel is okay too!
I’m not big on the hotel portion of this place, but it’s “okay”. I prefer the Mardi Gras tower over the other one.
As far as the casino/dining options at Harrah’s, I enjoy it. They have a decent buffet, and I’m a fan of Toby Keith’s I Love This Bar & Grill. It’s touristy to visit places like that, but I can’t help but be a fan of it. The food was good, and I got a kick out of serving drinks in a mason jar.
There are better options to stay at on the strip, but Harrah’s is great for location and you can usually get a pretty good price on a room here.
Noisy, but fun.
We've stayed a Harrah's several times. Once they put us in a room that was right above the outdoor bar and the noise was so loud that we couldn't sleep, so after that, we requested a room in the other tower. Didn't win very often, tho.
Nice, reasonably mid-strip place to stay
Harrah's is a great and affordable place to stay mid-strip. Their selection of games is excellent, although their video poker pay schedules are not great (typical of a Caesars Ent. property). They are very generous with their free room offers, even for low rollers. The rooms are clean just be sure to stay away from the rooms adjacent to Carnival Court! KGB burgers are great!
Very Decent Place
Check in was fast. We had a 15 minute wait and did so during prime hours. The front desk was very accommodating, giving us an upgrade without even having to offer any money for it.
Their slots were consistent. While I do not play them much, I think i was up a little over our three day trip. The lady was down, but that's all she does is play the slots. Three days, she was only down a hundred or so; there was tons of fluctuation. She won $500 our last day on a penny slot, getting her back to even par. Video Poker, however, has poor pay scales for anyone other than the $5 players.
As for their table games, they are standard Harrah's Entertainment rules. Not much odds on craps and poor BJ, both payouts and rules. They are right next to Casino Royale, so why play craps there anyway, right?
Overall, it's a great place for someone who is looking to have fun, not be pampered, but be taken care of well. Drinks are quick and strong, atmosphere is great, food us food, and dealers are friendly. I would not hesitate to stay there again, especially if the room is "free."
Nice place to park.
An older casino located in the center of the Las Vegas strip, Harrah's is the best place to park when visiting the strip. Take Desert Inn then hit Paradise or Koval, and park in the rear parking garage. It is free to park there and is a prime location.
Harrah's is a favorite of the budget-conscious tourist and the table games are usually packed and rowdy when I visit. I used to play (and win) at a couple of slots, but the payout on the machines seems to be less so now I avoid gambling here. The casino has a little Keno room for those looking to buck the odds and rack up some loot... good luck, I wouldn't hold my breath. The cocktail waitresses are usually decent here.
The Harrah's buffet is average at best, and unless you have coupons then I'd advise you to go elsewhere. Country music fans will enjoy having a drink at Toby Keith's restaurant. I've never visited, but I've heard decent bands playing while walking past. There are other restaurants here, but nothing that would make me go out of my way.
There is a decent value to be had at Harrah's, and that is the Mac King show. King is a magician/comedian and you can usually find buy 1 ticket/get 1 free coupons for his show. The show is okay, nothing special, but a decent buy if you can't afford tix anywhere else.
Overall, Harrah's is an okay casino that has seen better days. Once the economy bounces back, I predict Harrah's being torn down and replaced by a more attractive casino. Until then, I recommend utilizing Harrah's parking garage and walking the strip... bypass Harrah's casino unless you like being crowded in small walkways by the bottom rung of Vegas travellers.
I Love Harrah's
I've stayed at Harrah's many times and will be there again in 3 weeks. I've stayed at other hotels and keep coming back to Harrah's.
The player's club has great offers as well as great customer service. I like the access to other casinos as well as the Monorail and strip.
We usually eat at Harrah's restaurants and Toby Keith Bar is a must at least once each visit. I've won and lost at Harrah's but always have a good time.
I just love Harrahs!!!
Simply put, I just love Harrahs. We stayed at Harrahs last July and had a fabulous time.
Our room had a very nice view, clean, comfortable and a safe.The location on the strip was extremely nice for sightseeing.
We ate most of our meals at Harrahs as the food was delicious and reasonablly priced.
Loved the slots and won a little. Loved the casino layout. Thoroughly enjoyed Mac King.
The piano bar was fun but the best was Toby Keith's Bar and Grill.
We were treated very good and will always stay at Harrahs.
Don't miss this good time
Visited this place 7/9/08 thru 7/10/08. Great place to play. Won on roulette.
Park next door at Casino Royale, grab a $1 margarita as you walk over to Harrah's.
The best is upstairs. Toby Keith's I Love This Bar and Grill is a must! I had the pulled pork sandwich. Drinks are in jars. Order the Mason Dixion drink. When a Toby video comes on screen, free shots at the bar. The bar tend shoots them straight in your mouth! A great place to hang out.
It may not be the glitziest of casinos, but they have some of the best amenities for "normal" people I have ever seen. I have stayed at Harrah's many times, it is always consistently good.
The service is good, the atmosphere is comfortable, not oppulent. It's a place for normal people. Good hotel, GREAT restaurants that are reasonably priced, the piano bar is very entertaining, and the carousel bar is one of the best places in Vegas to just sit, watch the flair bartenders mix up your beverage and enjoy the music!
You can't beat the location, at center Strip, and they have one of the easiest access monorail stations on the strip. The casino is very active, and you will hear a lot of hoop & hollar coming from the table game areas. It is a fun casino with a lot of play choices.
I've never won big in this casino, but I haven't lost big either. You can play a long time on your bankroll, good place to build up reward points. Highly recommended.
6 to 5
Piano bar and Canival Court are great. But I am a blackjack player and this is not a very good place to play blackjack. Way too many 6 to 5 paying tables
Harrahs Las Vegas
I go to Vegas 3-5 times a year.Stayed at Harrahs for the first time in December 2007. I found nothing wrong with the place, but I just have other favorites.
The food was excellent, the Carnaval court is great, the piano bar is great, location is great but for the price I have a few other options that I like better.
I would stay there again if the situation was right but it would be a second choice.
Stayed here many times. Best spot on the strip. We enjoyed the food and service. We win here, too.
Rooms were always clean, comfortable, and were not noisy. They do not charge an arm and a leg for staying there, either.
Noisiest rooms we have ever stayed in, and we have stayed in both towers.
Love harrahs it's my favorite place to stay
center strip quick walk to many casinos
good variety of slots and games
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