Harrah's Las VegasHot
Toll-Free Number: (800) 392-9002
Reservation Number: (800) 427-7247
Rooms: 2,672 Price Range: $60-$210
Suites: 94 Price Range: $110-$595
Buffets: B-$21.99/$30.99 (Saturday/Sunday)
L- $25.99 D- $31.99/$34.99 (Friday/Saturday)
Self Parking: $9 (1-2 hours), $12 (2-4 hours), $15 (4-24 hours)
Valet Parking $15 (0-2 hours), $20 (2-4 hours), $24 (4-24 hours)
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. Mac King comedy show. Fulton Street Food Hall with nine different food stations.
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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.
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.
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.