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Harrah's Hotel and Casino Las Vegas

9,688 reviews
+1 702-369-5000

Top Amenities

Free Wifi
Free Parking
Pets Allowed

Harrah's Las Vegas is a Comfortable, Friendly Hotel in a Great Location 

What Do the Rooms Include?

With full climate control and comfortable beds, the rooms at Harrah's provide an inviting retreat. The Wi-Fi here is free. For entertainment, guests enjoy flat-panel TVs in entertainment centers, with cable service and optional pay-per-view-movies. The bathrooms offer a tub/shower unit. The accessible rooms feature bars, wheel-in showers, and wheelchair access. Plus, rooms have a bathing chamber with a soaking tub. The in-room safe is laptop compatible. 

What Amenities/Features are Available?

This large hotel offers business and conference features such as a business center, a meeting room, and 25,000 feet of conference/event space. There are six restaurants on-site and four bars or lounges. The outdoor seasonal pool has a poolside bar. There is a full-service spa with comprehensive services. The spa tub, health club, sauna, and hair salon are available for guest use. The large casino offers table games, slots, Keno, a booking center, and plenty of poker. 

How Much Will a Stay at Harrah's Las Vegas Cost?

Rooms start at $115 per night for the weekend, with rates dropping to $40 per night during the week. Online booking can drop rates by up to $40 per night. There is a $28 per day resort fee. 

What’s There to Do Nearby?

The hotel is located right in the heart of the Las Vegas Strip. There are a lot of opportunities for fun, gaming, dining, and shopping in the local area. The Bellagio Fountains are a ten-minute walk, the Mirage Volcano is just across the street, and Ruth's Chris Steakhouse is a three-minute walk from the hotel. 

What’s the Bottom Line?

This is a great property with cozy, inviting rooms and plenty of in-house action. 

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The Strip
3475 Las Vegas Blvd S
Las Vegas, NV 89109
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User Highlights
Overall Guest Score
"Location is phenomenal" "Terrific view of the Strip"
99% enjoyed the restaurants & bars nearby.
94% liked the proximity to shopping.
Bar and Beverages
"Bar food was delicious and fresh" "Top-notch entertainment at the Piano Bar"
Alcoholic drinks were not bad, according to 64%.
Value for money
"Deli is overpriced" "Internet and resort was charged extra"
54% thought it was adequately priced.
The price was too high for 74%.
"Cleaning staff were fantastic" "Hotel staff was very knowledgable"
76% found the staff to be very friendly.
62% indicated the reception staff was not good.
"Classy, relaxing pool area" "Pool area terrible"
Clean pool, said 100%.
"The hotel itself was immaculate" "Patio was filthy"
Only 58% said rooms were clean enough.
54% thought it was rather dirty.
"Gambling was very enjoyable" "Ice machine on our floor was broken"
55% thought the building was acceptable.
For 71%, the lobby entrance was sub-standard.
"No ham & eggs" "Anything decent for breakfast"
73% were happy with the price of the breakfast.
"Quiet AC system" "Carpet and bed linens need updating"
Beds were acceptable for 64%.
Only 66% said rooms were big enough.
"Mini bar was hot and dirty" "Carpet was old and filthy"
Only 58% said rooms were clean enough.
71% thought they were poorly maintained.
"Stained and sticky hallway carpeting" "Carpet was old and filthy"
70% criticized the unstylish hotel.
74% enjoyed the friendly atmosphere.
"Ethernet cord didn't work either" "Internet service was horrible"
80% said the wifi quality was bad.
54% thought it was adequately priced.

Good to know...

Minibar can be a problem
Rooms in need of an update
Hotel could use some updating
Reception should be more attentive
Expert Reviews
Rough Guide
Despite being the flagship location for one of Las Vegas’s very major players, Harrah’s remains resolutely run-of-the-mill.
Though this place isn't as splashy as its newer, more upscale neighbors, the 17.3-acre resort is an icon, offering the festive atmosphere of Carnaval in Rio.
Time Out
The 35-year-old resort still plays the tired Mardi Gras theme, but fresh entertainment options, new eateries and just-renovated guestrooms have injected the property with a little spirit.
Hotel Information
Bar or Lounge
Business Center
Fitness Center
Free Parking
Free Wifi
No Smoking
Pets Allowed
Spa or Sauna
From 4:00pm*must be 18 or older to check-in
Until 11:00am
# of Rooms
  • Deposit: USD 100 per day
  • Resort Fee: USD 32.48 per accommodation, per night
  • Pet Fee: USD 75 per pet, per night
  • Facilities Fee: USD 10-25 per person, per day and includes use of: Fitness facilities; Sauna; Spa
  • Breakfast Fee: between USD 16 and USD 20 per person (approximately)
Handicap Accessible
Wheelchair Accessible